Nightwing #39 review

Sam Humphries continues to deliver a mixed bag of intrigue and lack-of-focus in this chapter of Nightwing “The Untouchable.” In many ways, Humphries has developed some great beats for “The Untouchable.” Unfortunately,…

Super Sons #13 review

It’s been a pretty busy year for our Super Sons.  Their series kicked off last year with one of the strongest debut issues in recent memory, thanks in no small part to…

Justice League #39 review

The deranged Fan has divided and scattered the Justice League. Public opinion is sinking, systems are compromised, and our heroes appear to be under siege. How can they stop an adversary who…

Batman/TMNT II #4 review

What a weird ride this series has been: it started off pretty lackluster, turned things around in its second issue, and then hit what I can only hope is its nadir at…

Injustice 2 #20 review

Tom Taylor plays with the lives of the Injustice characters like a cruel and merciless god who occasionally has a good day and decides to do something kind for a change. So…

Batman: Sins of the Father #1 review

Telltale Games, purveyors of cinematic, choice-driven video games, graced us with their first Batman season in 2016 and it was very well-received so it’s not surprising that a second season followed and…

Batman And The Signal #2 review

Issue #1 of Batman and the Signal was a rocky but not altogether unsatisfying start. Issue #2 continues the odd story of Gotham by daylight and avoids the major pitfall of the…

Harley Quinn #38 review

The “Angry Bird” arc continues, but this time without much in the way of actual angry birds.  We know that Oswald Cobblepot is still pulling the strings from behind the scenes, but…

Trinity #18 review

At the heart of the current arc in Trinity is quite an exciting kernel of an idea; Earth’s three greatest heroes inserted into a fantasy milieu. Unfortunately, after reading Trinity #18, I’m…