Batman/Superman #24 review

Batman and Superman’s working relationship is shaky at best. The only reason there is any sort of communication between the two is because Gordon wants to bring Superman down, but he also…

Batman/Superman #25 review

Jim Gordon continues to try his best to get some gosh darn respect in the streets of Gotham as the new Batman, but it doesn’t come anytime soon in this issue of…

Batman/Superman #22 review

Well, it’s finally here. The clash of the titans! Batman and Superman’s meeting is finally shown in the pages of comics since their drastic changes.  They had a quick scuffle in DC’s…

Batman/Superman Annual #2 review

The Batman/Superman Annual plays out as sort of an extended epilogue for the previous arc. I enjoyed the last few issues involving Superman’s nemesis, Xa-Du the Phantom King, so I was curious to see…

Batman/Superman #20 review

Here we have the conclusion to this stunning Kryptonian tale of family, friendship, and revenge. Of course, Batman’s involved, but only in key moments. Family Affairs mainly focuses on the members of the House…

Batman/Superman #19 review

Batman/Superman #19 opens with a brief history of the capitol city of Kandor on the now eradicated planet of Krypton. The narration is provided by the book’s current villain who has been making Superman’s…

Batman/Superman #18 review

Right out the gate, I will say that I loved everything about this issue (sans the number of ads). If this is the type of storytelling and understanding of the dynamic between…

Batman/Superman #17 review

My father sometimes uses a phrase to express his excitement over something he enjoys. It’s common enough (even though I’ve always thought it somewhat strange) but it’s exactly how I felt after…

Batman/Superman #16 review

Batman/Superman “The Nemesis Objective” has mind wiped itself of all the mind wipe hullabaloo that came before. We have a brand new arc that is a good jumping on spot for new readers,…

Batman/Superman #15 review

I’ve been very optimistic about this series. In the face of delays, artist changes, and strange directions I’ve said, “Okay, let’s go with it.” As this issue concludes an “arc” I kind…