Detective Comics #998

Written by Peter J. Tomasi Pencils by Doug Mahnke Inks by Jaime Mendoza Colored by David Baron In the previous issue, Batman and his mentor, Thaddeus Brown, fought their way out of a trap set by a monster...

The Batman Who Laughs #3 Review

Written by Scott Snyder Pencils and Inks by Jock Colored by David Baron During the pages of The Batman Who Laughs #3 we see and deal with a Batman who has been pushed to the edge in...

The Flash #64

Written by Joshua Williamson Pencils by Rafa Sandoval Inks by Jordi Tarragona Colored by Tomeu Morey In part one of The Price found in Batman #64, The Flash and Batman are pictured collecting evidence at The Sanctuary after...

Blackbird #5

Written by: Sam Humphries Art by: Jen Bartel Colors by: Triona Farrell Letters by: Jodi Wynne Most stories, in comic books or elsewhere, tell familiar tales. I thought Blackbird was going to be the story of a girl...

Superman #8

Brian Michael Bendis, writer Ivan Reis, pencils (p.5-13) Brandon Peterson, art (p. 1-5, 14-23) Alex Sinclair, colors Joe Prado, inks (p. 5-13) Josh Reed, letters In the previous issue, Jonathan Kent returns from his trip with his Kryptonian grandfather, Jor-El....

Justice League Dark #8 Review

Writer: James Tynion IV Penciller: Alvaro Martinez Bueno Inker: Raul Fernandez Colorist: Brad Anderson Zatanna and Wonder Woman chase a lead to find Mordru. Bobo’s in charge of a magical bar where all kinds of mystical creatures gather....

Hawkman #9: Deathbringers Attack

Written by Robert Venditti Art by Bryan Hitch Inks by Hitch & Andrew Currie Colors by Jeremiah Skipper Letters by Starkings & Comicraft The end is near and Carter has run out of options. Robert Venditti has written a...

Batman #64 Review

Written by Joshua Williamson Pencils and Inks by Guillem March Colored by Tomeu Morey This issue is one that I’d say requires you to have read or have knowledge of the ongoing events that both Batman and...

Adventures of the Super-sons #7

Peter J. Tomasi, writer Carlo Barberi, pencils Matt Santorelli, inks Protobunker, colors Rob Leigh, letters Previously in Super-sons, Robin and Superboy are captured by Tommy Tomorrow and taken to a planet for juvenile offenders called Takron Galtos along with...

Giant Days #47

Written by: John Allison Art by: Max Sarin Colors by:  Whitney Cogar Letters by: Jim Campbell Daisy has been learning how to drive In the background of the last few issues of Giant Days. This month we finally...

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