Gotham by Midnight (comic)

Gotham by Midnight #12 review

When your biggest disappointment with a comic is that it just didn’t have another 100 pages in the issue or the lick and a...

Gotham by Midnight #11 review

Gotham by Midnight takes us to the edge of an apocalypse for the City of the Bat. Ikkondrid has risen from the swamp more...

Gotham by Midnight #10

Ironically titled “Nothing Will Stop Us”, Gotham by Midnight No. 10 picks up where we left off: Jim Corrigan covered in gore and his...

Gotham by Midnight #9 review

I am genuinely stunned by what just happened in this book. Literally, my jaw dropped as I turned the pages toward the climax. That...

Gotham by Midnight #8 review

For a moment there, I thought it was going to be a week full of crazed man-hungry tigers (see Batgirl No. 43) as this...

Gotham by Midnight Annual #1 review

Gotham by Midnight gets its own annual, which, though a bit surprising, is certainly very welcome given the overall quality of the book and...

Gotham by Midnight #7 review

“Nobody Cares” is the title of this venture into the teeming dark underbelly of Gotham City, the irony being in the juxtaposition of a...

Gotham by Midnight #6 review

When we left the Midnight Shift back in March, a cataclysm had occurred. The team had come up against the evil consciousness of the...

Gotham by Midnight #5 review

Last issue we ended with a clash of titans as the Spectre faced off against the murky creature of genocide Ikkondrid smack-dab down in...

Gotham by Midnight #4 review

You thought you were just going to get another installment of “how the gang got together” highlighting Dr. Tarr, didn’t you? Ray Fawkes and...

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