Batman: Bloodstorm review

It’s Halloween, so what better time is there to read some spoooOOOoooky Batman stories?  And really, when else should you read about a guy who dresses up like a vampire bat and…

Harley Quinn #30 review

It’s no secret how much I dislike the character of Mason Macabre. I cheered when he was originally written out into the witness protection program, groaned when Harley Sinn caught up to…

Batwoman #8 review

Marguerite Bennett’s Batwoman fever dream not only continues, but takes it up a notch. With the Scarecrow fully working his chemicals on an imprisoned Kate, we see her disturbing memories of the…

Batman #33 review

Whether I love what King is doing or hate what King is doing, there is always one thing that I find consistent in his work, and that is his penchant for taking…

Nightwing #31 review

This is the second issue in a row with a pretty misleading cover.  Last issue made it look like Raptor and Blockbuster were going to team up to take out Nightwing, which……

Trinity #14 review

If fighting possessed Outlaws was hard, how on earth can Batman and Wonder Woman hope to take on Superman possessed by Deadman possessed by…Circe? A pit? Whatever it is, it’s mean, and…

Titans #16 review

Don’t be fooled by the cover, Wally West barely has any relevance in this issue. No, no… Not that Wally West. He’s dead again, remember? The other Wally West (DC’s/ Abnett’s choice…

Justice League #31 review

It all ends here. In this, the final issue of Bryan Hitch’s run on Justice League, we see the culmination of over a year of storytelling. Does the conclusion of “Legacy” redeem…