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Batman: Urban Legends #20 review

Urban Legends is consistently one of the best books I have the pleasure of reviewing. Especially with the last few, we’ve been given nothing…

Detective Comics #1064 review

After introducing Harvey Dent into the mystery, Ram V continues to develop his narrative here in Detective Comics #1064. This time he has new…

Robin #15 review

With the Shadow War done and wrapped, Damian has found himself reunited with his parents, and back in Gotham. Now that he’s patched things…

Detective Comics #1061 review

Over the past two issues of this arc we’ve seen the Riddler weave riddles over the airwaves and Gotham citizens committing crimes without a…

Robin #14 review

Shadow War is well on its way to wrapping up, and Robin is a major factor in that. This issue continues the event directly…

Robin #12 review

Now that the tournament is over and its instigators have been wrangled it’s time for Damian to return home. But just what kind of…

Checkmate #2 Review

Almost all of my fears have been assuaged. Where Checkmate #1 was a bloated, oddly paced mess of setup and thread-hanging, the sophomore issue of…

Checkmate #1 review

Checkmate is back! After the events of, well, Event Leviathan, the world is dominated by Mark Shaw, head of the Leviathan terrorist group, and…