James Tynion IV

DC Vs. Vampires #9 review

For every evil vampire, there is a vengeful soul out there looking for them. With the forces of good in the DC Universe mostly…

DC Vs. Vampires #8 review

SVOT is a heavily used business term. It is an acronym for the phrase, “Single Version Of The Truth.” It means that everyone in…

The Joker #15 review

After a one month break The Joker is back to wrap up the series with its final issue. We left off last time with…

DC vs. Vampires #7 review

DC has been warned about their vampire problem since the New 52. As soon as Andrew Bennett was out of his toxic relationship, it…

The Joker #14 review

After an action packed issue last month, I expected The Joker to slow down again this month, though I didn’t realize how much the…

The Joker #13 review

Now that we know who is behind A-day and everyone has arrived in Texas, it’s surely time for some answers regarding everything that’s been…

The Joker #12 review

At last, a book gives me a chance to really share my expertise: critiquing how a creative team chooses to represent my home state…

The Joker #11 review

After a break for backstory last month, this issue gets back to the main plot by diving headfirst into the Sampson family’s motivations and…

The Joker #10 review

Last issue Jim Gordon once again came face to face with Joker, and learned a little more about what’s been going on behind the…

The Joker 2021 Annual #1

In this annual, Matthew Rosenberg joins James Tynion to take a step away from the present day tale going on in The Joker to…