Simon Saint

Batgirls #7 review

Now that Batgirls has wrapped up its first arc, the story is moving forward at a steady pace into its next one. Last issue…

Batgirls #5 review

My excitement over Batgirls seems to be dwindling with every issue I pick up. Five issues in and I feel like the plot is…

I Am Batman #5 review

“Represent. Always represent.” These are the words that conclude I Am Batman #5, and they feel almost cathartic. Not only is it the final line in…

I am Batman #4 review

I am Batman #4 is a comic dedicated to cleaning up plot threads and establishing a new status quo that doesn’t seem too different…

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…

Nightwing #84 review

Nightwing #84 is a skippable, yet breezy enough read for long time fans. Tom Taylor’s script doesn’t spend much time addressing dangling plot threads…

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 #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…