Batman/TMNT Adventures #6 review

Let’s go for one final ride, dudes and dudettes. Yes, despite the threat of Mad Hatter being wrapped up in the previous issue, Matthew Manning and Jon Sommariva have one more story…

Batman/TMNT Adventures #5 review

I’m going to be real here: this is pretty much Fan Service: The Comic Book.  As much as this series has built to a climax, it almost takes a back seat to…

Batman/TMNT Adventures #4 review

Month in and month out, I’m loving these title pages.  It’s a strange thing to mention, but given that they’re the first thing you see after the cover it’s important to leave…

Batman/TMNT Adventures #3 review

There’s a phrase that I’ve caught myself using lately to describe the books I cover: “a really good time,” or some derivation thereof.  At the end of the day, that’s really all…

Batman/TMNT Adventures #2 review

These title cards are awesome. In fact, the whole visual aesthetic of this series is pretty outstanding so far.  Save for a few notable exceptions, I downright love the look of this…

Batman/TMNT Adventures #1 review

Do you love Batman: The Animated Series? What a silly question, of course you do. Do you miss seeing the character designs gracing television and the printed page?  And not the New…