Ram V

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…

Catwoman #32 review

Catwoman #32 takes a slight detour from the main narrative to examine Selina Kyle’s influence on those who have come in contact with her….

Justice League #61 review

In many ways, it’s hard to believe we’re only three issues into Brian Michael Bendis’ run of Justice League. I can’t say I’m complaining! Reviewing…

Catwoman #31 review

Catwoman #31 brings the series back to a heist oriented storyline, but Ram V’s script delivers these familiar goods in a stylish package. Fernando…

Catwoman #30 review

Catwoman #30 is a set up issue, but Ram V’s script makes sure to dole out the necessary exposition with ample style. While this…

Nightwing #79 review

Nightwing #79 shows that Tom Taylor understands not only what makes Dick Grayson tick but what makes him appealing to so many readers in…

Catwoman #29 review

Catwoman #29 is another strong outing for Ram V and Fernando Blanco that manages to expand the scope of the series without falling under…