Batman/Superman (comic)

Batman/Superman #20 review

All right, folks, Reis is back on art duties! Look, I’ve been singing this book’s praises since the start of this arc, and I’m…

Batman/Superman #19 review

I’m sad and disappointed. I’ve been reviewing this title since #1, and it’s no secret that I’ve been very critical of the series during…

Batman/Superman #18 review

The previous two Batman/Superman issues are outstanding comics. On the one hand, it’s great when a creative team starts out strong. On the other…

Batman/Superman #17 review

This is a great comic! Among the many different books on stands these days, Batman/Superman certainly stands out. While it’s too early to judge…

Batman/Superman #15 review

I haven’t been the biggest fan of Williamson’s Batman/Superman run, to say the least. To me, this title has been problematic since #1. This…

Batman/Superman #14 review

Batman and Superman created an AI program to stop villains, but for some reason this program decided that in order to figure out how…

Batman/Superman #13 review

In the previous issue, Batwoman and Steel found out that Batman and Superman had been captured by a hostile computer program. Despite Batman’s warnings…

Batman/Superman #12 review

This is the first issue of the new “Planet Brainiac” arc in Batman/Superman. For those who are looking to get into this series, this…