Detective Comics #957 Review

Regardless of what may happen, Detective Comics #957 is a fast-paced issue that serves as a solid re-introduction for Stephanie Brown as the Spoiler. Aside from that, there isn’t too much to say about the issue. James Tynion and Christopher Sebela did a fine job here writing an issue that was as informative as it was entertaining.

HAL JORDAN AND THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #21 Review

Writer Robert Venditti had me believing that I knew where his story was leading me, but I was wrong, and the reveal at the end of this issue came as a beautiful punch to the ribs that, despite not putting me on my ass, left me breathless for a short while. Thanks Rob.

HAL JORDAN AND THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #20 Review

I very much appreciate the situation that writer Robert Venditti has setup, because even if the GLC is successful, Hal Jordan—for reasons that you’ll learn in picking this comic up—is going to have some serious explaining to do after taking responsibility for his actions.

Detective Comics #954 Review

Fans of Ra’s al Ghul will get a lot out of this issue, but Batman fans, you know, the people who buy these comics, aren't going to be too happy, or at least I wasn't, and figure that those with similar tastes to my own won't be either.

Batman #20 Review

Batman #20, just like the rest of the issues in the ‘I am Bane’ arc, is a stunning representation of what a modern comic book can be if the stars align, and every member of the creative team puts forward their best efforts. Batman #20 is the type of comic that long-time Batman fans deserve.

SUPERMAN #25 Review

I honestly don't even know where to begin. Comics like Superman #23 are the reason I love doing what I do. I've never had a job where the work itself was a reward. My biggest reward has to be this series. I jumped in just after "Superman Reborn" and every issue since has pulled me in deeper. Each time adding a new type of creepiness. This time it's of the A Clockwork Orange variety.

BATMAN #23 Review

Batman #23 is a great issue that provides readers with an entertaining break between story arcs. The pacing of this issue is somewhat faster than what has become typical for comic books with plots that span multiple issues. The issue certainly benefits from this quickened pace and ends up being a solid page-turner.

Wonder Woman #23 Review

Maybe it’s because I have a soft spot for the god of war or I know what it’s like to feel like you live in madness and the love of a woman can calm the storm inside (see my love for King Kong), but Wonder Woman #23 spoke to me.

BATMAN #22 Review

THE BUTTON’ part three! The cataclysmic events of DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1 continue here! The Dark Knight and The Fastest Man Alive, the two greatest detectives on any world, unite to explore the mystery behind a certain blood-stained smiley button embedded in the Batcave wall.

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #19 Review

Only two issues in, this current arc is building nicely, and now that I’ve seen the face of the enemy, and have gotten a small taste of the power it wields (thanks to the final pages of this issue) I’m convinced that the final showdown is going to be quite entertaining