Ram V

Justice League #70 review

Hey all! Nick’s still on vacation, so I’m covering Justice League for him this week! Shouldn’t be too rough, I love the League! Now, let’s…

Catwoman #38 review

Catwoman #38 is a disappointment on almost every level. It pains me to write this, but Ram V’s Catwoman run sputters out in its…

Catwoman #37 review

Catwoman #37 deftly manages to raise tensions across separate plot threads that culminate in a satisfying conclusion for Alleytown’s scrappy defense against Fear State…

Catwoman #36 review

Catwoman #36 suffers from a slight mismatch between art and script, but Ram V, Nina Vakueva, and Laura Braga’s efforts result in a strong…

Catwoman #35 review

Despite being a tie-in for the Fear State event, fans of the series should definitely still pick Catwoman #35 up. Ram V’s script does…

Catwoman #34 review

Catwoman #34 more than lives up to the high expectations last month’s cliffhanger set for it. Ram V’s script is excellently paced, mature in…

Catwoman #33 review

Catwoman #33 picks the pace right back up on a narrative front, effortlessly regaining its high stakes after two issues of backstory. That’s not…

Justice League #64 review

Alright, that’s it. Justice League and its backup, Justice League Dark, do not belong in the same comic book. Both of these books have their merits…