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Catwoman #49 review

Catwoman #49 is the best issue in the series to come out in a while with its solid balance of well executed action sequences…

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 #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 #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 #9 review

Last month we got to know Lady Bane, aka Vengeance, a little better. She has broken away from her handlers, but still has a…

The Joker #3 review

Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A clown walks into a room, shoots some poor policeman’s daughter in the spine, and then kidnaps…

Nightwing #74 review

There’s going to be a lot of talk about Nightwing #74 regardless of whether or not it’s actually a quality book. It marks a…

Nightwing #73 review

The Joker War is here and it’s come to further cement its stake in Dan Jurgens’ run with Nightwing #73. While there are some…