Batman/Superman #26 review

Vandal Savage has forced a small village in Siberia to do his bidding, extracting uranium from a stockpile of old nuclear warheads that were stored in an unused decommissioned site. Surviving for…

Batman/Superman #24 review

Batman and Superman’s working relationship is shaky at best. The only reason there is any sort of communication between the two is because Gordon wants to bring Superman down, but he also…

Justice League United #13 review

Deep in the heart of the Zeta Beam resides what remains of archeologist Adam Strange. From this strange source that intersects through time and space, Strange is able to see where every…

Teen Titans #11 review

Red Robin is determined to clear the name of his friend and former teammate, Superboy by any means necessary. With his back against the wall, old friends against him, and time quickly…

Justice League United #14 review

What’s better than World War II and a bunch of heroes/villains? Probably a few things, but either way the combination works well in the pages of Justice League United. The title delivers on…

Robin: Son of Batman #5 review

Have you ever had a time in your life when you had good intentions and thought you were doing right and it totally blew up in your face? Well that’s what happens…

Black Canary #5 review

Things jump up to the next level for the notorious band named Black Canary as they continue rambunctious tour across the country. With tar aliens, government agencies, mysterious ninjas, scorned lead singers,…