Teen Titans #6 Review

I enjoyed this but it's basically a cut and pasted copy of just about all the other issues and what the cartoon had to offer. The humor is there, along with all of the...

Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #1 Review

If you didn’t read the first series, don’t fret because the second series is looking like it’s going to be just as good as the first.

Superman #36 Review

The apocalyptic nature of the story with the future of a planet at stake felt weighty enough and important enough for a character as powerful as Superman.

Batman/The Shadow #1 Review

While some may not know it, The Shadow has been around for 87 years at this point. Making his name on pulp novels and radio shows in the 30s, with a fandom larger than arguably...

All Star Batman #14 Review

In this issue, Alfred tells us about the sacrifices he’s made, the relationships he’s lost, and enemies he’s faced.

Witchblade #3 Review

This title is not getting the attention I feel it deserves right now. If you have not read the previous two issues, I highly recommend picking them up and giving Witchblade a try.

Green Arrow #30 Review

Not much happens in Green Arrow #30, but tstrong dialogue and character development from Percy and some great art from Schmidt make this a fun issue overall.

New Super-Man #1 Review

Having read most of the DC Rebirth titles out there, I have to say this is contention for my favorite title out right now. I can’t wait to see where this goes, plus the cliffhanger at the end has me foaming at the mouth to see what happens next.

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #34 Review

Venditti and Herbert are an epic team and really truly deliver an excellent comic.

Trinity #15 Review

Absolutely great story with great art gives us just a great superhero story from start to finish. 

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