Comics Reviews

  • REVIEW: Batman Eternal #1

    The new Batman title has started, after previewing in the main Batman title, and they're going straight to the serous dark side. The opening sequence...

  • REVIEW: Batman ’66 #9

    The first story, Zelda’s Great Escape, features Zelda the Great battling the Dynamic Duo. However, in this tale she is not committing crimes, but kidnapping...

  • REVIEW: Green Arrow #30

    This is book five of the “Outsiders War” storyline, and it is getting crazier by the panel. War wages, unlikely bonds are made and lives...

  • REVIEW: Detective Comics #30

    After a two year run on The Flash, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato take the reigns of Detective Comics. While it’s too early to tell...

  • REVIEW: The Movement #11

    The Movement ticks down its final few issues as cancellation sadly looms on the horizon. Gail Simone turns her pen (ok, more likely word processor...

  • REVIEW: Aquaman and the Others #1

    I admit to a degree of bias going into this book. DC, when they rebooted, made a lot of sweeping statements that have fallen apart...

  • REVIEW: All-Star Western #29

    Personally, I'm still celebrating Hex returning to the Old West. I think it's where he belongs, not in the modern era Metropolis or even 1800's...

  • REVIEW: Aquaman #29

    I gave the last issue of this book some high marks. It was a very nicely done story, focusing on good characterization with some really...

  • REVIEW: Forever Evil – Rogues Rebellion #6

    I wanted to love this series. I've always liked the Rogues, and it started out decently, but has been going downhill a while in my...

  • REVIEW: Talon #17

    I'd been hoping for quite a while that Talon would start doing some issues that weren't about the Court of Owls. Even Batman gets a...