Upcoming Comics: November 29, 2017

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! It’s officially the kickoff of the holiday season, so I hope you’re ready for a month full of crazed shopping, carols, and holiday parties (because…

New Talent Showcase 2017 #1 review

Last year, DC Comics released their New Talent Showcase, a collection of shorts to spotlight recent graduates of their writing and art programs.  As a collection it was a mixed bag, but…

Suicide Squad #30 review

In this chapter of Suicide Squad, we get silly, fun action with a giant, red, dinosaur-alien. To quote the great Samuel L. Jackson from Jurassic Park, “Hold on to your butts.” After…

DC Super Hero Girls: Summer Olympus review

It’s summer vacation for the students of Super Hero High, and with it comes opportunity for new adventures.  With the school year behind them, what are the likes of Wonder Woman, Batgirl,…

Batman Beyond #14 review

Dan Jurgens returns to Batman Beyond, and doesn’t really do much in this issue… Well, that’s disappointing. I’m going to be honest, the biggest disservice to this issue is the fact that…

Justice League of America #19 review

Orlando’s second chapter of “Surgical Strike” contains a combination of highs and lows. For me, Prometheus overcomes a chunk of this issue’s opportunities and tips the book towards the enjoyable side of…

Harley Quinn #32 review

“Off the Leash” is Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner’s epilogue to the “Vote Harley” storyline and brings a whole new level of grim to what’s already been a pretty violent arc. On…

Nightwing: The New Order #4 review

Well, last issue was pretty good, right? After the slow moving debut issue, Nightwing: The New Order took its time getting anywhere interesting.  The second issue was even slower than the first,…

Detective Comics #969 review

Stephanie is back on the team, politics once again put Gotham against Batman, and the villains are amassing to counter Batman’s Gotham Knights.  All this and more in this week’s chapter of…