Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #50 review

It’s Christmas time in Titans Tower, and that means presents, milk and cookies, and deciphering the true identity of Santa Claus. …wait, what? Yes, it appears that the Titans have more questions…

Batman: White Knight #3 review

Batman’s the bad guy. That’s what Jack Napier wants Gotham to believe, and when the Dark Knight’s hands are far from clean, the city doesn’t need much convincing. But the artist-formerly-known-as-Joker has…

The Shadow/ Batman #3 review

Have I told you how much I love this book? Well, let me tell you… I love The Shadow/ Batman! I love everything about this book, and I’m bummed that it’s just…

Batman #36 review

Batman is engaged…and he hasn’t told his bestest bud Superman yet. The issue consists of both Lois and Catwoman trying to get their men to call the other.  In turn, Batman and…

Injustice 2 #15 review

It’s nice to see Wonder Woman take center stage in Injustice both in the recent Annual and now in the book itself.  Previous Injustice has centered largely on Batman and Superman (with…

DC Holiday Special #1 review

Who’s ready for some holiday cheer?  If you’re counting down the days, here’s 11 stories to count down with (really more like ten and a half since one of the stories is…

Nightwing #34 review

We have reached the end of an era. Tim Seeley has been writing Dick Grayson pretty consistently for the past several years.  He and Tom King detailed Dick’s exploits as Agent 37…

Justice League #34 review

We’ve seen Batman have bad days before. Sometimes, even someone as brilliant and well-trained as Bruce Wayne makes errors in judgment and pays the price. But what if the bill comes due…