Batman #47 review

Booster Gold is stuck in a futuristic hell of his own making where everything is a twisted version of its rightful self and all the characters are crazier than loons…including Booster.  All…

Batwoman #15 review

I think it’s fair to say that ‘The Fall of the House of Kane’ has crumbled under the weight of expectation. Issue #15 is action-packed but still feels a little flat because…

Justice League: No Justice #2 review

Brainiac has been taken out by Amanda Waller, but what sounds like a victory cry may actually be the death-knell for Earth’s heroes and all they hold dear. They’re in a race…

Harley Loves Joker #2 review

Two weeks ago, I kvetched a bit that Paul Dini and Bret Blevins spent an awful lot of time playing catch-up from the Harley Loves Joker fill-in, as well as cramming in…

Detective Comics #980 review

With the release of Detective Comics #980, we are only one issue away from the conclusion of James Tynion’s stint on Detective Comics.  Will he be able to pull off a memorable…

Suicide Squad #41 review

In my opinion, Suicide Squad hadn’t been that great lately. The book’s quality suffered from predictable storytelling, plot holes and character interactions that, to me, felt more mandatory than natural. But, since…