Batman/Superman #14 review

If you’ve been reading my reviews of this series, you’ll know I’m a fan. I like how Greg Pak handles the inner monologues. I like the interactions between Bruce and Clark and…

Batman/Superman: Futures End #1 review

Futures End Month hits Batman/Superman this week and it’s an overall welcomed visit. We aren’t treated to anything particularly new or groundbreaking, nor are we given an overly moving story. What we have is the…

Batman/Superman #13 review

This must be the Madden video game curse for comic books. Apparently, if an athlete is featured on the cover of a new Madden video game, that player will suffer significant injuries…

Batman/Superman #12 review

I’m not gonna lie; I absolutely loved the opening arc of this series. Seeing Bruce and Clark interact with each other at two different stages of life was both intimate and funny….

Batman/Superman #11 review

A research mission consisting of three individuals enter the Phantom Zone and fight bad guy before narrowly finding their way out. Sounds like the Frankenstein storyline in Futures End, no? Unlike Futures End though, you won’t…

New 52 – Batman/Superman #10 review

When Batman falls into a coma after repairing a satellite, Superman uses his X-ray vision to find the source of the problem and discover a microscopic spaceship lodged in The Dark Knight’s…

Batman/Superman, Vol. 1: Cross World review

The Superman/Batman series has been relaunched for the New 52, but with Batman’s name first and an opening storyline that explores the DC Multiverse. “Cross World” rewinds the clock to an adversarial…

New 52 – Batman/Superman #9 review

Last month, DC Comics published chapter 4 of a crossover called “First Contact.” Today, DC Comics published chapter 3 of “First Contact.” Now, who here can tell me where they went wrong?…

New 52 – Batman/Superman #8 review

Jae Lee returns as artist and the Worlds’ Finest teams of two different universes meet for the first time in “First Contact” Part I, which is released the same day as Part…