Sean Buckley

A Batman fan as long as he can remember, Sean has waged a personal battle to become the best writer there ever was. An All-American, a musician, and a historian by trade, Sean will spend the next two years honing his wordsmith abilities. A self-diagnosed insomniac, he has been known to work til the wee hours of the morning with little or no lucidity. He was called "one rad dude" once.

Earth 2: Society #5 review

During the original run of Earth 2, one of my favorite characters was Jay Garrick, who received his speedster powers from the dying Greek…

Batman Beyond #5 review

Last issue of Batman Beyond featured…you know what? Just read the last review. Or this one. It doesn’t matter. Did I just read the…

Justice League 3001 #4 review

The last few months of Justice League 3001 have felt like a learning experience for both the readers and the creative team. Writers and…

Red Hood/Arsenal #4 review

This current incarnation of Red Hood has been, shall we say, emotionally lacking.  Outside of two exceptional issues in the recent Red Hood and…

Earth 2: Society #4 review

Last time in Earth 2: Society, planetary overlord, interdimensional-traveler, and overall fragment of self-preserving pond scum Terry Sloan allegedly bit the dust.  I say…

Batman Beyond #4 review

We’re about halfway done with the first arc of Batman Beyond, which promises to end the story which started last year in Future’s End…

Justice League 3001 #3 review

Let me illustrate, for like the third time this month, that I hate time-skips. Between Earth 2: Society and Justice League 3001, pretty much…

Earth 2: Society #3 review

It’s been a difficult year for the Wonders of Earth 2.  They had to deal with the destruction of their home planet, a battle…

Batman Beyond #3 review

Two months ago, the “definitive continuity” of the DC Universe was shifted on its end with the disastrous results of Future’s End and Tim Drake’s transportation…