“Gotham’s got its own little Justice League up and running.” (Detective Comics #969 Comic review)

Detective Comics #969: “Fall of the Batmen” Part 1! Writer: James Tynion iV Pencils: Joe Bennet Colors: Jason Wright Letters: Sal Cipiano Cover: Guillem March and Tomey Morey As the Bat-family comes together quickly picking up the pieces from where they left off, they put Read More …

Down the Rabbit Hole (Batwoman #9 Comic Review)

Batwoman #9 Writer: Marguerite Bennett Artsit: Fernando Blanco A wild ride of discovering your true fears and their sources and how to overcome them and bring strength from that, issue nine gets real. This issue was so enjoyable for me.  We really get to learn Read More …

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 …

The life you save just might be your own (Green Lanterns #35 Comic Review)

Green Lanterns #35 Written By: Tim Seeley Art By: Carlo Barberi Colors By: Ulises Arreola The life you save just might be your own. What You Need to Know:  Fighting anxiety is one thing.  Fighting Bolphunga the Unrelenting is another.  Jessica Cruz manages to work Read More …

Bats Out of Hell (Justice League #33 Comic Review)

Justice League #33   Writer: Joshua Williamson Art: Tyler Kirkham and Mikel Janin Cover: Ethan Van Sciver and Jason Wright What You Need to Know: The Metal Story Arc continues as the Dark Knights have taken the fallen Justice League to the castle of [REDACTED] Read More …

The Turbulent Tale of Ragged Rory Regan (Ragman #2 Review)

Ragman (2017) #2   Written By: Ray Fawkes Art By: Inaki Miranda Colored By: Eva De La Cruz Lettered By: Josh Reed Ragman Created By: Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert Ragman, a lesser known hero from the annals of DC comics makes his triumphant return Read More …

Spoilers for Arkham Knight. (The Batman Who Laughs #1 Comic Review)

The Batman Who Laughs #1   Writer: James Tynion IV Artist: Riley Rossmo Colors: Ivan Plascencia Letters: Tom Napolitano Cover: Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson This time: We’re treated to a one-on-one with the Batman Who Laughs, recounting a familiar story of things gone wrong. Read More …

“He’s just the stupid man I stupidly love.” (Batman #35 Comic Review)

Batman #35: The Rules of Engagement: Part 3! Writer: Tom King Pencils/Inks/Cover: Joëlle Jones Cover and Interior Color: Jordie Bellaire Letter: Clayton Cowles Catwoman and Talia Al Ghul come face to face at last! What will Batman do to stop them from killing each other? 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 …

#SquadGoals (Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #16 Comic Review)

“Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #16 Manslaughter Part 2” Writers Julie Benson & Shawna Benson Artist Roge Antonio Colors Marcelo Maiolo Letters Deron Bennett Cover Yanick Paquette & Nathan Fairbairn Variant Cover Kamone Shirahama Group Editor Brian Cunningham When we last left off: Gotham Read More …