Batman: Red Death #1 review

We get our first spotlight on Metal’s Dark Batmen with Batman: Black Racer Red Death #1. Oh, sorry… Was that telling?   Batman: Red Death is ok. It’s not great, but it’s…

Injustice 2 #10 review

We’re barrelling headlong toward the conclusion of Injustice 2 and what should be quite the cataclysmic confrontation between Batman and his “in-laws”–so say nothing of his estranged son and his zombie butler….

Harley Quinn #28 review

“Vote Harley!” We’re kicking of Harley Quinn’s mayoral candidacy in this book that’s an odd combination of a car-theft-ring bust and what’s looking to be Madison’s ultimate downfall. It’s one of those…

Batwoman #7 review

Marguerite Bennett (going solo on this installment) writes Batwoman like a fever dream. It’s disorienting, the logic is nearly impossible to follow, and you come away with a vague sense of there…

Batman #31 review

This issue is pretty straight forward and predictable, which isn’t something I’ve come to expect from King.  Even when I’ve disliked a route he has chosen to take, it’s still been fresh. …

Trinity #13 review

The Trinity continue to battle with Possessed Red Hood and the Possessed Outlaws, as Constantine finds himself in a colder clime. Can the Dark Trinity be freed from the Evil Trinity by…

Justice League #29 review

  Reunited—for the first time! As the Justice League continues to contemplate the Justice Seed, the kids begin to set their plan in motion. But the future isn’t done with them yet,…

Super Sons #8 review

Join Metropolis’ favorite son and Gotham’s… Robin as they traverse a dangerous new world.  Can Superboy and the Boy Wonder make their way back to Earth?  Just where in the universe did…

Nightwing #29 review

The Dark Knights of the Dark Multiverse have arrived, and in their wake comes destruction.  To recap: Challengers Mountain, the headquarters of the Challengers of the Unknown, has suddenly nestled itself in…