Detective Comics #982 review

This may be Michael Moreci’s first venture into writing Batman, but he’s no stranger to DC, having contributed previously to both the Wonder Woman and Nightwing titles. “The Cursing of Gotham City”…

Detective Comics #981 review

The end is finally here!  Will the BatFamily be able to stop Tim and the Omacs from obliterating all crime in Gotham City as we know it, or, will we return to…

Detective Comics #980 review

With the release of Detective Comics #980, we are only one issue away from the conclusion of James Tynion’s stint on Detective Comics.  Will he be able to pull off a memorable…

Detective Comics #979 review

Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong, The General, releases the entire might of Brother Eye and the Omacs against the recently shattered Batfamily.  Will they be able to put their past behind them and band…

Detective Comics #978 review

I have a lot to discuss here, and I have mixed emotions about many elements within this story… So, let’s just jump into it! Fair warning though, there are spoilers aplenty after…

Detective Comics #977 review

James Tynion has a tendency to overwrite, filling his pages with an abundance of exposition and fluff… This isn’t one of those instances. SHOW SPOILER ▼ First off, I have to give…

Detective Comics #976 review

When James Tynion IV was first announced as the new writer for Detective Comics, he made the statement that he wanted to be on the title till issue #1000.  Having said such…

Detective Comics #975 review

Detective Comics #975 continues to deal with the fallout resulting from Batwoman killing Clayface.  But whereas #974 contained extremely volatile reactions from some of the cast, this issue has given the characters…

Detective Comics #974 review

Detective Comics #974 is mainly about the fallout of Batwoman’s actions from the previous issue.  3 weeks ago, we saw Kate Kane take Clayface’s life by shooting him through the head with…