Green Arrow #32 review

I wasn’t expecting much from this issue, and as a stand-alone issue, I think it’s ok… But there are so many epic moments that happen here that I’m literally like, “Go Metal!…

Batman #32 review

Did Selina say, “Yes”.  Did Selina say, “No”.  That’s probably the biggest question on everyone’s mind right now.  But before we get to that, we need to evaluate the rest of the…

Batman: White Knight #1 review

What if the Joker wasn’t crazy anymore? What if the brutality of Batman became too much for his beloved city to accept? Sean Murphy’s Batman: White Knight #1 is at last here:…

Injustice 2 #11 review

Conner and his parents (Green Arrow and Black Canary) are reunited! Wildcat may actually survive his encounter with EvilBats! Harley Quinn changes sides (again)! And Damian gets a haircut! The most exciting…

Harley Quinn #29 review

Welcome to “Debates and Delusions” wherein Harley Quinn takes on the other mayoral candidates after huffing fear toxin compliments of Scarecrow himself. If that sounds like the kind of deranged thing you’d…

Justice League #30 review

Who is the mysterious Sovereign? What is her connection to the League? Why is Arthur her man-wench? Is Wonder Woman really the cause of everything that will be bad in the world?…

Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1 review

What if the indomitable will of Bruce Wayne, rather than promising to avenge his murdered parents, instead received the most powerful weapon in the universe and possessed the ability to avenge them…

Nightwing #30 review

Well, we’re reaching the end of the road.  In just a few short months, Tim Seeley will no longer be writing Dick Grayson.  Beginning with December’s 35th issue, current Green Lanterns writer…

All-Star Batman #14 review

Yarr, ye scavernous bilgerats.  Buckle yer swash and hoist the mainsail, prepare to weigh anchor and set course for adventure as All-Star Batman draws to a close. If you have any doubts…