Nightwing #22 Review

Nightwing #22 was a good opening issue to “Blockbuster”, and is definitely worth getting if you are a Nightwing fan and want to see his next big adventure.

Isola #5 Review

Written by Brenden Fletcher & Karl Kerschl Art by Karl Kerschl & Msassyk Letters by Aditya Bidikar Issue five of Isola was a bit disappointing, but more because of the confusing riddles from Moro and the unclear...

Batman #44

8 out of 10 Now this is more like it! After that truly awful Poison Ivy trio of issues writer Tom King is back to the main story of Batman and Catwoman's upcoming wedding. Like...

The Weatherman #2

Writer: Jody Leheup Artist: Nathan Fox Colorist: Dave Stewart Letterer: Steve Wands Fresh from having his dog killed in front of him and his life completely destroyed, Nathan finds himself being interrogated by his (ex?) girlfriend, shackled and...

Batman #63 Review

Written by Tom King Pencils and Inks by Mikel Janin Colored by Jordie Bellaire On the surface, Batman #63 is a book filled with happiness. We get to see both Batman and Bruce Wayne happy and smiling,...

Sheath Comics

Sheath Comics primarily follow Ethan Cooper on his discovery of his super powers. The story and the humor are what drive this comic series, for sure. The story takes place in our real world,...

The Flash #35 Review

This is an emotionally packed and meaningful story. The Flash will need to be as smart as he is fast to navigate the future as things unfold.

Flying into the Past: Review of Hawkman #2

Written by Jeff Lemire and Robert Venditti Pencils by Bryan Hitch Inks by Andrew Currie and Daniel Henriques Colors by Alex Sinclair Cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair Hawkman keeps soaring high to find himself in this second issue from...

Justice League #6 The Totality Part 5 Review

Writer: Scott Snyder Artist: Jorge Jimenez Colors: Alejandro Sanchez Spoilers ahead! One of my favorite aspects of The Totality storyline has been the artwork. I love the focus on macabre horror squeaking in, especially in the design of...

Harley Quinn #33 Review

Harley Quinn #33 Review Writers: Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner Art: Bret Blevins, Otto Schmidt, and Moritat Colors: Alex Sinclair and Otto Schmidt The last issue saw Harley Quinn in full-on homicidal mode: killing everyone responsible for the...

What's New