Legacy Endings (Justice League #31 Comic Review)

Justice League #31   Author: Bryan Hitch Penciled: Fernando Pasarin Cover: Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair What You Need to Know: The future children of the Justice League just can’t catch a break! The identity of Sovereign has been revealed and Wonder Woman is none Read More …

Swim, Batwoman. Swim. (Batman: The Drowned #1 Comic Review)

Batman: The Drowned #1   Writer: Dan Abnett Artists: Phillip Tan and Tyler Kirkham Colors: Dean White and Arif Prianto Letters: Tom Napolitano Cover: Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson Last time: The Dark Knights have arrived, a team of twisted Bruce Waynes from atop Challengers Read More …

“She has accepted.” (Batman #33 Comic Review)

Batman #33: The Rules of Engagement Part 1! Writer: Tom King Pencils/Inks/Cover: Joëlle Jones Cover/Interior: Jordie Bellaire   After his proposal to Catwoman, Batman and Catwoman leave Gotham to take care of something that Batman feels he has to do to finally redeem himself.  He Read More …

Superman with a plan, and a bar scene? (Dark Nights Metal #3 Comic Review)

Dark Nights: Metal #3   Written by Scott Snyder Pencils by Greg Capullo Inks by Jonathan Glapion Colors by FCO Plascencia Cover by Capullo, Glapion and Plascencia SPOILER WARNING: Usually our reviews are relatively spoiler free, allowing you to read and enjoy the issue. While Read More …

“You’re a monster.” (Detective comics #966 Comic Review)

Detective Comics #966: “A Lonely Place of Living” Part Two! Writer: James Tynion IV Pencils: Eddy Barrows Inks: Eber Ferreira Colors: Adriano Lucas Cover: Barrows, Ferreira, Lucas   Tim Drake roams the Mr. Oz prison with some help from a person dressed up as Batman; Read More …

With a Name Like Sovereign… (Justice League #30 Comic Review)

Justice League #30   Author:  Bryan Hitch Penciler:  Fernando Pasarin Inker:  Andy Owens, Mick Gray, Batt, Scott Hanna Colorist:  Brad Anderson   Previously:  The kids of the Justice League are here from the future.  Aquaborg (a Aquaman/Cyborg amalgam) has followed them.  Aquaborg took out the Read More …

“We’re Gotham’s favorite power couple.” (Batman: White Knight #1 Comic Review)

Batman: White Knight #1 Script/Art/Cover: Sean Murphy Colors and Cover colors: Matt Hollingsworth In Gotham The Joker has run amuck for far too long; escaping and being put back to Arkham all over again has been a nuisance. Batman has had it with The Clown Read More …

Shine on, you crazy Bat (Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1 Comic Review)

Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1   Writer: Sam Humpries Artist: Ethan Van Sciver Colors: Jason Wright Letters: Tom Napolitano Cover: Jason Fabok and Brad Enderson Assistant Editor: Andrew Marino Editor: Mike Cotton Group Editor: Eddie Berganza Last time: The Dark Knights have arrived, a team of Read More …

“What’s the difference between a joke and a riddle?” (Batman #32 Comic Review)

Batman #32: The War of Jokes and Riddles: Conclusion! Writer: Tom King Pencils/Inks/Cover: Mikel Janin Colors: June Chung The end is here! At last the final pieces are on the board and it will be an all-out war. Catwoman will now see how far Batman Read More …

Steve Orlando, Bringing Back Underutilized Characters Since 2015 (Batman Beyond #12 Comic Review)

Batman Beyond #12   Writers: Vita Ayala and Steve Orlando Pencils: Siya Oum Inks: Dexter Vines Colors: Tony Avina Letters: Travis Lanham Cover: Bernard Chang and Marceleo Maiolo Variant: Dave Johnson Associate Editor: Rob Levin Editor: Jim Chadwick   Previously on Batman Beyond: As Bruce Read More …