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…

Justice League: No Justice #1 review

Dark Nights: Metal is done, and the heroes of the DC Universe emerged victorious. But there was a cost: the Source Wall—the very boundary of the universe—has been cracked, exposing the worlds…

Batman: White Knight #8 review

It all comes down to this: Batman, Joker and the GTO confronting Neo, Hatter, and the army of mind-slaves that used to be Gotham’s fiercest supercriminals. Can Neo’s Napier-negging nefariousness be nixed?…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #22 review

Bizarro’s secrets continue to erode, exposing more of the shocking truth to his friends at every turn. What will Jason find out from Ma Gunn’s mysterious granddaughter? What will Artemis find out…