New 52 – Batwing #27 review

NOTE: For a better reading experience, check out Detective Comics #27 BEFORE reading this issue or this review! Luke Fox is back from Rome and Gotham is looking quite different. Everything is…

New 52 – Batwing #26 review

Under the alias of “Duke Turner,” Luke Fox travels to Italy to find Italian crime lord, Charlie Caligula, who is hosting a one of a kind fighting tournament. If you love stories…

New 52 – Batwing #25 review

A young hero-in-the-making is the one and only friend of a victim of constant bullying until one day something fantastic happens to the abused boy and he is given extraordinary power. However,…

New 52 – Batwing #24 review

The month-long hiatus caused by Villains Month reminds me how much I wish DC would implement a recap page at the front of every book. When Batwing’s armor began to malfunction and…

New 52 – Batwing #23 review

This series is on a roll when it comes to covers. The most recent 3 covers by Ken Lashley have been among the best from any bat-title. But does the content within…

New 52 – Batwing #22 review

Do you like really over-the-top sci-fi stuff in your Batman comics? Then you’re going to like the new Batwing that Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray are writing. I thought that the series…

New 52 – Batwing #21 review

I really wish DC would stop with the cover copy. Batwing #21’s cover is bad-ass and it would’ve looked a heck of a lot better without “THE WRATH OF LION-MANE!” crowding its…

New 52 – Batwing #20 review

I’m going to give a brief review of issue #20 before jumping into this week’s Batwing #21 review. I think all the Batwing fans should appreciate that. Anyway, Batwing #20 is a…

New 52 – Batwing #19 review

All aboard! JUMPING ON POINT ALERT Never read an issue of Batwing before in your life? You’ll do fine here. As long as you know what Batman Inc. is and that there…