Reviews

Batman: Flashlight Projections review

Imagine you’re a citizen of Gotham City. You’re out at night and you hear a variety of sounds: the wail of sirens in the...

Suicide Squad #46 review

Welcome back to Sink Atlantis, a four part crossover event running through Aquaman and Suicide Squad. This is part 3, which means that this...

Titans #25 review

The first few pages of Titans #25 had me feeling a little deflated. I rolled my eyes when I saw yet another mindless leviathan...

Catwoman #3 review

This week, we take a deeper look into the Creel family as Selina goes head-to-head with them for the first time! So far, I’ve been...

Red Hood and the Outlaws #26 review

Jason Todd's friends are gone! Bizarro's heroic sacrifice has stranded he and Artemis in some bizarre reality—and left Red Hood all alone. Without his...

Detective Comics #988 review

James Robinson knows what he wants from Batman and he commits to it from the opening page. Though he touches on Batman’s ongoing girlfriend...

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #58 review

Or perhaps "Riddles" would have been a more appropriate title, as that's what this story consists of: a series of riddles where the Titans...

Harley Quinn #49 review

Welcome back to the Harley Quinn show; it’s the conclusion to the two part arc, Clown For Hire, and boy oh boy, it’s a...

Adventures of the Super Sons #2 review

Make no mistake: despite the lower score, Adventures of the Super Sons is not a bad comic.  It feels weird when I don't connect...

Nightwing #48 review

This week, Nightwing travels to the Isle of Harm to compete in a deadly motorcycle race… Because… Well, there are reasons, but they’re so...