Doomsday Clock #3 review

A funny thing happened early on in this issue of Doomsday Clock: I started buying into it.  Now, this series has been pretty entertaining since day one, but I’ve still kept it…

Suicide Squad #34 review

Suicide Squad #34 is part two of The Chosen One, an arc written by Si Spurrier and illustrated by Fernando Pasarin (pencils), Sean Parsons (inks) and Blond (colors). It picks up right…

Teen Titans #16 review

Teen Titans #16 is a one-shot issue brought to you by the guest creative team of Marv Wolfman, Tom Derenick, Trevor Scott and Jim Charalampidis. This issue presents a one-shot narrative with…

Justice League of America #23 review

I’m going to be real here: Steve Orlando has been teasing that this arc will do things no other DC Comic has ever done before, so that got me thinking about what…

Nightwing: The New Order #6 review

Dick Grayson just wanted to save the world. To a degree, he did: by robbing the world’s superpowered beings of their abilities, he prevented the inevitable collateral damage that would result from…

Batgirl #19 review

Hope Larson brings winter to Burnside/Gotham in this first part of a new arc titled “Cold Snap” that features our polar pal the Penguin–someone with whom Batgirl has a fairly well-established history…

Upcoming Comics: January 24, 2018

I started writing this post, and saw that Doomsday Clock is releasing this week… Since then, all I’ve wanted are pancakes. Lots and lots of pancakes… Also, for those of you wondering,…

Harley Quinn #35 review

What better way to kick off this new era in the Harley Quinn series than by just going full batshoes crazy in a new arc that promises us lots of Man-Bat serum,…

Injustice 2 #18 review

Batman and Batgirl suit up in arctic Bat-tle gear to infiltrate Superman’s Fortress of Solitude.  Everyone else just has on their regular day-wear.  It’s a strange choice that Xermanico executes in an…