Can he play well with others? (Supersons #7 Comic Review)

Written by Peter Tomasi Pencils and inks by Jorge Jimenez Colors by Alejandro Sanchez Cover by Jimenez and Sanchez   Previously: After rejecting assistance from Superboy, Robin met up with the Teen Titans who are investigating a surge of metamorphic energy. The team are attacked Read More …

A love letter to Jack Kirby dripping with nostalgia (Sandman Special #1 Comic Review)

Sandman Special #1 Written by Dan Jurgens and Steve Orlando Pencils by Jon Bogdanove and Rick Leonardi Inks by Jon Bogdanove and Dan Green Colors by Madpencil and Steve Buccellato Cover by Paul Pope and Lovern Kindzierski Previously: In 1974, Jack Kirby came up with Read More …

Batman…And Green Batman! (Green Arrow #29 Comic Review)

Green Arrow #29 Written By: Benjamin Percy Art and Colors: Juan Ferreyra   What we know: Ollie Queen is on trial for murder, but has taken his chase of the Ninth Circle across the country to find and bring them to justice.  He has been Read More …

Meet the Junior League! And When Can We Send Them Back? (Justice League #27 Comic Review)

Justice League #27 Author:  Bryan Hitch Penciler:  Fernando Pasarin Inker:  Oclair Albert Colorist:  Brad Anderson My initial read-through of this issue left me fairly unimpressed.  Reading back through, looking for details, didn’t help things. Previously:  So, the Justice League have kids years from now:  Hunter Read More …

Spyraling Out Of Control (Nightwing #27 Comic Review)

Nightwing #27 Writer: Tim Seeley Art: Javier Fernandez Colors: Chris Sotomayor “Spyral” Part 2: Nightwing and the Huntress team up to bring down the mysterious Second Hand after the shocking revelations of last issue’s cliffhanger ending. What You Need to Know: For months, Bludhaven has Read More …

Bon Appetite! (Batman #29 Comic Review)

Batman #29: The War of Jokes and Riddles: Part Four Writer: Tom King Pencil/ Cover: Mikel Janin Inks: Hugo Petrus and Mikel Janin Colors: June Chung What you need to know: The Joker and the Riddler’s reign of terror has over taken the city of Read More …

It’s not easy being a Mutant slumlord (Aquaman #27 Comic Review)

Aquaman #27   Written By: Dan Abnett Art, Color and Cover By: Stjepan Sejic Lettering By: Steve Wands Publisher: DC Comics What you need to know:   With the continued isolation of Atlantis and the rule of King Corum Rath still reigning supreme, the forces Read More …

Assassins,Assassins Everywhere (Wonder Woman #28 Comic Review)

Wonder Woman #28   Writer: Shea Fontana Art: David Messina Cover Art: Jesús Merino & Alex Sinclair (variant by Jenny Frison) Summary: This issue continues the “Heart of the Amazon” storyline, which is turning out to be a more involved and interesting arc. The story Read More …

Lies, Secrets, and Poisoned Pizza (Titans #14 Comic Review)

Titans #14 Written by Dan Abnett Panels and Cover Art by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund and Andrew Dalhouse The trust between the members of the Titans is crumbling, causing them to lash out at one another and reveal their inner fears and insecurities to their Read More …

Out of Control Kryptonian! (Supergirl 12 Comic Review)

Supergirl #12 Written by Steve Orlando Pencils by Robson Rocha Inks by Daniel Henriques Colors by Michael Atiyeh Can Supergirl handle school and a crisis when her powers are out of control? What you need to know: This issue picks up right after the end Read More …