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 god Hermes. Jay was always an interesting character…

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 same issue twice? No, seriously, this is 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 editors must create a story that will most…

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 the Outlaws run – found in issues three…

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 allegedly because it happens off-panel and all that’s…

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 #0, and I’ve been decidedly split on how…

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 half of the books I review are going…

Red Hood/Arsenal #3 review

You are in for a ride. It’s been a long few days. I’m in the last stages of getting over a pretty bad flu that’s come at me for the last two…

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 against an interdimensional super-being bent on pitting the…

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 to a future ruled by the sentient robot…