Titans Annual #2 review

Annual #2 is the last issue in the current run of Titans before the team join in with the events of No Justice and then get a semi-reboot in Titans Special #1…

Detective Comics #979 review

Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong, The General, releases the entire might of Brother Eye and the Omacs against the recently shattered Batfamily.  Will they be able to put their past behind them and band…

Trinity #22 review

Its the final issue of Trinity and though it’s been clear for a while now that the series wouldn’t be going out on a high, characters act as they should, in-world rules…

The Silencer #4 review

Viktor Bogdanovic joins The Silencer with this issue, and man does his work look good! Last month, I went on a bit of a rant about how DC is handling their New…

Justice League of America #29 review

The Justice League of America are stranded at the dawn of time, and the god of superheroes lies slain at their feet.  Can they defeat Chronos and ensure the continued existence of…

Batman and The Signal #3 review

Duke’s make-or-break series comes to a dramatic end and though the book itself suggests he’s here to stay, I suspect readers may feel differently. Just like the previous issues of Batman and…

Batgirl #22 review

With a title like “Strange Loop” I can only hope that writer Hope Larson isn’t planning to Ground Hog day us with this closing arc on Batgirl.  So far the signs are…

Batman Beyond #19 review

In issue #18, Batman Beyond took a step in the right direction by finally bringing an end to the parade of one-dimensional villain encounters and by introducing lasting changes to the status…

Upcoming Comics: April 25, 2018

I don’t know about you, but I’m still on a high from Action Comics #1,000, and I’m also growing more excited for the creative changes that are on the horizon! DC released…