Teen Titans #14 review

Crash! Bang! Kersplatt! Onomatopoeia threatens all of the above on the citizens of Star City, and only Robin and Red Arrow stand in the breach. Maybe! Can the rest of the Titans…

Batgirl #17 review

“Summer of Lies” concludes its bumpy ride with a bit of a crash landing. Hope Larson’s Batgirl and Nightwing team-up is charming and we get all the sort of fun banter we…

Upcoming Comics: November 22, 2017

Last week, we asked if anyone was interested in joining the team, and we received an abundance of entries! Due to the number of responses we received, we are now closing our…

Doomsday Clock #1 spoiler-free review

It’s one of comics’ biggest mysteries, as well as one of the biggest “holy crap” moments to come along in years: the characters of Watchmen are coming to the DC Universe. Once…

Trinity #15 review

It’s here at last—the conclusion of “Dark Destiny.” Will Circe succeed in sucking the souls out of scads of slavish supers? Or will our heroes find a way to prevail? Find out…

Justice League #33 review

The Justice League has been defeated! With Batman and Superman lost in the dark, and Cyborg subdued by the Murder Machine, the Batman Who Laughs and his Band of Bad Bat Boys…

Batwoman #9 review

Scarecrow is the star of this issue of Marguerite Bennett’s Batwoman, “Stay High”. And Prime continues to represent a nadir of character development and interest in my personal book of “failed mission…

Injustice 2 #14 review

This might feel like a lull in what has been a long string of relentless action, but it’s a much-needed pace-breaker in which Tom Taylor can let us catch our breaths and…

Dark Nights: The Batman Who Laughs #1 review

It’s no secret that I don’t love the whole “Metal” event we’re having, but this book was a surprisingly not-terrible read. Even better than not-terrible, it was actually pretty great!  While it…