Bingo Love Review

Bingo Love should win best OGN this year.  I know it’s only February, but this book has it all.  It has great writing, fantastic characters, and it has beautiful and vibrant art.  But most of all, it’s a relevant story for any person of color that has struggled with expressing their love for a person of the same sex. 

Detective Comics #952 Review

In Detective Comics #952 the League of Shadows along with Shiva have finally arrived. Kicking off an action packed issue, we see Ra's Al Ghul talking with Shiva as a lead into why this...

God Country #6 Review

God Country has continued to be my favorite new miniseries from any publisher. With it being a six issue run, we all knew that this would be the inevitable end of the story, even...

Dark Nights: Metal #2 Review

What is this all about? In this issue, Batman tries to keep a secret from the rest of the Justice League, in an elaborate plot to (spoilers) solve a mystery that traces its...

Action Comics #987 The Oz Effect Review

What is this all about? In this issue, the mysterious Oz accelerates his plans to attack earth. Superman spends enormous amounts of energy intervening due to catastrophes striking all over the world. He comes to...

Harley Quinn #32 Review

HARLEY QUINN #32 REVIEW Writers: Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner Art by: Bret Blevins & John Timms Colored by: Alex Sinclair While the last few issues have shown Harley diving into the political realm, in this issue, we just...

Justice League #37 Review

I love Justice League arcs where the League has to go against the American government. When done right, I find these issues often lead to interesting, important conversations about what a superhero’s role is supposed to be in the universe of the comic.

Super Sons #1 Review

This is a book I have been waiting for since the Rebirth announcement. The pairing of Jon and Damian just seems like such a good idea, each boy being the exaggeration of their fathers....

Green Arrow #32 Review

This issue was great. It picks up right after the Suicide Squad tie-in. The art is fantastic and we see some images of the Batman who laughs that no one should ever see.

All-Star Batman #9 Review

In the arc "Ends of the Earth" Scott Snyder has explored 3 ways, so far, the world could have ended. First with Cataclysm in "Cold to the Core" where Batman confronts Mr. Freeze in...

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