Underwinter #3 Review

BLOOD HAS BEEN SPILLED. Blood, Traps, sex, violence. All the beautiful things we have to come to expect from this series. There is a recurring nightmare for our musicians that is their lives at the...

Detective Comics #957 Review

Spoiler has been "grounded" by Batman to give her time to grieve the "death" of Tim Drake and clear her head. However, the events of the Victim Syndicate impacted her and helped convince her that superheroes aren't helping the world; they're making it worse. Now, outside of the Batfamily, her mission is to stay two steps ahead of them and ultimately prove they are not needed.

Deathstroke #19: The Lazarus Contract Part 3 Review

"The Lazarus Contract" continues this week with Deathstroke #19. After drawing the Speed Force from both Wally Wests, Deathstroke is now the "fastest killer alive" (self-titled). The Titans and Teen Titans struggle to come up with a plan to take Deathstroke down, and new light is shed on the origin of the so-called "Lazarus Contract".

Wonder Woman #23 Review

This is it, the conclusion to "The Truth" with everything coming to a head how will Wonder Woman's origins hash out? Minor spoilers ahead. Right away let's take a second to admire that first page...

Action Comics #980 Review

Things are starting to heat up as the team of supervillains are out to recruit their last member General Zod. With Superman finding his backup Himalayan fortress destroyed will he be able to stop...

Mother Panic #7 Review

Violet learns a life she once saved has faced almost certain death yet again, there's a new killer out there and now she has to take a deep look into her place in Gotham! There's...

Batman/The Shadow #2 Review

Last issue we had a huge reveal that The Shadow could have been one of Batman's early mentors, Henri Ducard. Which could be an interesting take on the relationship between Batman and The Shadow...

X-O Manowar #3 Review

With Aric and his rag-tag team of disposables up against the wall facing certain death how will they manage to get out of this one? The opening pages by David Mack and Zu Orzu really encapsulate...

Aquaman #23 Review

Aquaman #23 starts a new story arc that finally puts the focus on Aquaman's role as King of Atlantis. With well-written dialogue, a unique plot, and good art, this issue sets the "Crown of Atlantis" arc off to a good start.

Royal City #3 Review

Royal City is not your average comic, in that currently, there are no sci-fi nor superhero ties here. Instead, this is more of a real life comic, following a dysfunctional family that had fallen...

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