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 …

Kicking off with a mind-blowing cliffhanger! (Dark Nights: Metal #1 Comic Review)

Dark Nights: Metal #1 Review 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 …

Metropolis is stricken with fear (Superman #29 Comic Review)

Superman #29 Written by: Keith Champagne Pencils by: Doug Mahnke Inks by: Jaime Mendoza with Scott Hanna and Rob Hunter Colors by: Wil Quintana and Tony Avina Cover by: Ryan Sook Previously: The Kent family rented an RV and took off on a Fourth of Read More …

I Believe the Children are Our Future (Justice League #26 Comic Review)

Justice League #26 Author:  Bryan Hitch Penciler:  Fernando Pasarin Inker:  Oclair Albert Colorist:  Brad Anderson Previously:  Do you know who the Justice League are?  Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, and Green Lantern? (but not Hal Jordan…it’s the new guy…Simon Baz)  Then that’s Read More …

Superman and SuperLuthor team up against The Machinist, until they don’t (Action Comics #985 Comic Review)

Action Comics #95 Written By: Rob Williams Art By: Guillem March Colors: Hi-Fi Previously: General Zod assembled a team to break his wife and son out of The Phantom Zone, and left Cyborg Superman trapped there. The Kent family moved from Hamilton back to Metropolis, Read More …

The Kent family road trip pays honor to America’s Veterans (Superman #28 Comic Review)

Superman #28 Written By: Keith Champagne, Patrick Gleason, Peter J. Tomasi Art By: Scott Godlewski Colored By: Gabe Eltreb Previously: The Kent family rented an RV and took off on a Fourth of July road trip, stopping at Niagara Falls, the grave of Deborah Sampson, the WWII memorial Read More …

JUSTICE LEAGUE: Seven of Our Favorite Moments from the SDCC Trailer

DC Comics and Warner Brothers released their new 4 minute trailer for Justice League at San Diego Comic Con this weekend and it sure got the hype machines buzzing! From Motherboxes to New Gods to Aquaman riding on a Parademon, the trailer was full of Read More …

PREVIEW: Scott goes to war in Mister Miracle 2

When DC released the preview for the first issue of Tom King and Mitch Gerads’ highly anticipated Mister Miracle series launches August 9th, readers got to see Scott Free under the cruel tutelage of Orion, to his wife Barda’s objection. Now in a glimpse into Read More …

DOOMSDAY CLOCK: Geoff Johns releases images and details for biggest DC Event in over 30 years.

It’s been a little over a year since DC Universe Rebirth #1 came out and audiences were shocked when they saw Batman holding the pin from Watchmen. Since then, DC fans have been waiting for the inevitable meeting between the characters from Watchmen and those Read More …

Take the day off with the Superfam (Superman #27 Comic Review)

Superman 27 Review Written by: Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Art by: Scott Godlewski Colors by: Gabe Eltaeb   Previously: Superman allowed his son to take the lead for a day to teach him some responsibility.   What Happened: A sleepy Superman comes home exhausted one night Read More …