Seven Dark Nights: Metal one-shots announced

Gearing up for Metal, DC Comics have revealed seven upcoming one-shot tie-ins to the Scott Snyder/Greg Capullo epic.  Each issue will be handled by a different creative team, featuring some of the…

Justice League of America #8 review

  I’ve essentially obliterated every issue of Justice League of America ever since its debut. I don’t say that to brag, just to indicate that I’ve come to expect poor storytelling/ execution…

Suicide Squad #19 review

  Eradicator and Cyborg Superman have broken into Belle Reve… That’s not good. That’s not good for Waller, the Squad, or the world…   I’m going to be honest with you, Suicide…

Dark Days: The Forge #1

Here is a list of things I love in comics:  Batman, Superman, Hawkman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, the Joker, and big dramatic splashy action pages. Here’s a list of things in Dark Days:…

Detective Comics #958 review

Spotlight on Azrael! Jean Paul Valley may have overcome his programming, but he may never truly be free of the Order of St. Dumas. When an old friend brings grave tidings, the…

Supergirl #10 review

Steve Orlando can write. It wasn’t that long ago I praised his Batman/Shadow team-up as one of the best Batman comics I’d read in a long time. The script there was neither…

Titans #12 review

  I can’t tell you how happy I am to move past “The Lazarus Contract.” Nothing worthwhile really came from the story, aside from a few transitions that were randomly included at…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #11 review

We’ve reached the tipping point! As the Amazons of Bana-Mighdall confront General Heinle and his army, the Outlaws find themselves on different sides of the same conflict. But who’s right? And can…