Nightwing #44 review

Ben Percy and Chris Mooneyham begin their run on Nightwing, and as much as I want to say they knock it out of the park… I can’t. Well, Mooneyham hits a home…

Deathstroke #31 review

It’s early, but we’ve already reached the point in “Deathstroke vs. Batman” where I’m starting to lose interest.  It’s a shame, too, as the debut issue was surprisingly engrossing and had lots…

Harley Loves Joker #1 review

Back in August of 2017, Paul Dini and Bret Blevins concluded a nine-issue backup story in the regular Harley Quinn comic series, but the story didn’t actually end! And now at last,…

Upcoming Comics: May 2, 2018

As much as I want to say I’m focused on Wednesday’s comic releases… I can’t. I’m still wrapped up in Avengers: Infinity War! The intensity and experience of that movie is still…

Teen Titans #19 review

Teen Titans #19 not only concludes the arc It Ain’t Easy Being Green, but it’s also the final issue of Ben Percy’s run. Last month we saw that Beast Boy got “bio-hacked,”…

Suicide Squad #40 review

It’s no secret that my opinion on Suicide Squad, as a series, hasn’t been very high as of late. I’ve found the story about Hack to be very predictable, and therefore boring…

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…