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 …

“Five Days of death. Five days of blood. Five days!” (Batman #28 Comic Review)

Batman #28: The War of Jokes and Riddles: Part 3 Writer: Tom King Art: Mikel Janin Cover: Mikel Janin Pencils: Mikel Janin Inks: Mikel Janin Colors: June Chung Gotham City is crumbling and soon it will fall to its knees as the War takes its Read More …

Harley Takes a Serious Undertone in her Latest Installment (Harley Quinn #23 Comic Review)

Harley Quinn #23 ‘Family Circles’ story written by Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Connor Panels by John Timms, Coloring by Jeremiah Skipper Cover Art by Amanda Connor and Alex Sinclair ‘Harley Loves Joker’ story written by Jimmy Palmiotti & Paul Dini Panels by Bret Blevins, Inks Read More …

“WHAT DO MAY FLOWERS BRING?” (Batman #26 Comic Review)

atman #26: The War of Jokes and Riddles: Part Two Writer: Tom King Art: Mikel Janin Cover: Mikel Janin Colored by: June Chung The War for Gotham has begun! The Joker and The Riddler continue their fight across Gotham, leaving bodies and laughter throughout the Read More …

Graphic Review: The Killing Joke

Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 2008 (Originally March 1988) Writer: Alan Moore Artist(s): Brian Bolland Colorist(s): Brian Bolland (Originally John Higgins) By: Colin Ginter Batman: The Killing Joke; by all means the very definition of a classic comic. Despite being one I’ve long enjoyed Read More …