Fathers, sons, and secret underwater bases (Supersons #10 Comic Review)

Super Sons #10 Review   Written by Peter Tomasi Pencils by Jose Luis Inks by Jose Luis Colors by Hi-Fi Cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez Previously: On an adventure in a parallel dimension, Robin and Superboy saved a whole planet. In the process, Read More …

Hope, in this dojo, does not exist (Superman #35 Comic Review)

uperman #35 Review   Written by Peter J Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Art by Travis Moore, Stephen Segovia and Art Thibert Colors by Dinei Ribeiro Cover by Patrick Gleason and Dean White Previously: Lex Luthor, Superman, Superboy and Lois Lane are all on Apokolips! Lex Read More …

Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain, he’ll bore you. (Action Comics #991 Comic Review)

Action Comics #991 Review   Story and Breakdown Art by Dan Jurgens Pencils by Viktor Bogdanovic Inks by Bogdanovic, Trevor Scott and Scott Hanna Colors by Mike Spicer Cover by Nick Bradshaw and Brad Anderson Previously: Mr. OZ has revealed himself to be Superman’s father, Read More …

Gather ‘round and hear a story from Grandpa Batman (Batman: Lost #1 Comic Review)

Batman: Lost Review   SPOILER WARNING: Usually our reviews are relatively spoiler free, allowing you to read and enjoy the issue. While this issue is still readable and enjoyable after reading this review, it may contain more spoilers than our normal content   Written by Read More …

The Trial of Slade Wilson (Deathstroke #25 Comic Review)

Deathstroke #25 Review   Written by Christopher Priest Pencils by Carlos Pagulayan Inks by Norm Rapmund, Jason Paz, and Trevor Scott Colors by Jeromy Cox Cover by Ryan Sook Previously: Deathstroke has received several summons from the Secret Society, but has ignored all of them Read More …

Lois Lane feels the Fury on Apokolips (Superman #34 Comic Review)

Superman #34 Review Written by Peter J Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Art by Ed Benes, Doug Mahnke and Jack Herbert Colors by Dinei Ribeiro Cover by Patrick Gleason and Dean White Previously: A pair of Apokoliptian fanatics have kidnapped Lex Luthor and asked him to Read More …

WB and DC announce Scooby-Doo! and Batman: The Brave and the Bold movie!

After a brilliant and heart-wrenching finale, fans of Batman: The Brave and the Bold have been missing the silly and swashbuckling atmosphere of Batman and his many friends. Now the parody/homage/celebration of Silver-Age Batman returns for an animated feature film featuring a crossover with the Read More …

Jor-El: The man with the neverending plan (Action Comics #990 Comic Review)

Action Comics #990 Review   Story and Breakdown Art by Dan Jurgens Pencils by Viktor Bogdanovic Inks by Bogdanovic, Trevor Scott and Scott Hanna Colors by Mike Spicer Cover by Nick Bradshaw and Brad Anderson   Previously: Mr. OZ has revealed himself to be Superman’s Read More …

New Dimension, Same Old Story (Super Sons #9 Comic Review)

Super Sons #9   Written by Peter Tomasi Pencils and inks by Jorge Jimenez and Carmine Di Giandomenico Colors by Alejandro Sanchez and Ivan Plascencia Cover by Jimenez and Sanchez   Previously: The Super Sons have found themselves in a parallel Dimension! An evil wizard Read More …

“Welcome to Apokolips, hope you survive the experience!” (Superman #33 Comic Review)

Superman #33 Written by Peter J Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Pencils by Doug Mahnke Inks by Jaime Mendoza Colors by Wil Quintana Cover by Ryan Sook Previously: In the page of Darkseid War, Lex Luthor defeated Darkseid and gained a Lexbox, a modified motherbox that Read More …