Ice Cream Man #1 Review

The writing was excellent and that art is a perfect match for the story.

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.

Harley Quinn #35 Review

The humor, mystery and action all played perfectly in this comic, and now that the introduction is out of the way, we can see Bat-Harley in all her glory.

Batman #39 Review

The third part of the "Superfriends" arc in Batman arrives this week and it does not disappoint as Wonder Woman joins the party.

Nightwing #37 Review

Not a disappointing issue, but one that could have provided much more answers than it did.

Green Lanterns #39 Review

This issue shows that, yes, all may look bleak at times, and it may look like hate has won, but at the end of the day you have to believe the good in people will shine brightest, and love will win.

Trinity #17 Review

This is a pretty good start to a story that offers a bit of mystery, some pretty good action and great art that marrries all together in one nice package.

Blast From The Past Review: Action Comics #8

Overall the story is thrilling, mysterious and light-hearted and it makes you think twice about Superman’s ‘simplistic’ and ‘boring’ morality!

Witchblade #2 Review

This new series is far removed from the previous Volume and the short lived TV series, and that is such a good thing! I love this new take on Witchblade and eagerly await Issue #3.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #18 Review

Each release of this title, whether on a run or a filler issue, never fails to captivate me and all my attention; especially the artwork.

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