The Wild Storm #8 Review

Another stunning chapter in the most bizarrely beautiful "grounded" sci-fi adventure on current comic book shelves is here.

Harley Quinn #30 Review

Harley is back on the campaign trail in full force, but she may be out of the race sooner than we anticipated.

Green Arrow #33 Review

This issue is a a slow down after the gotham resistance tie in. It's a fantastic narrative that shows the reader that Oliver Queen isn't some punk kid. He has people who rely on him and he has his support structure

Super Sons #9 Review

In this issue, the old magician, Kraklow, gains a new motivation. And, a living planet is pushed to the brink by the Super-Sons.

Superman #33 Review

This story sets the groundwork for a larger story that pits Lex Luther, as king of Apokolips, against Superman and his family.

Green Lanterns #33 Review

This was a rough start to a new Green Lanterns run. I had a hard time even finishing it. The story was dry and uninteresting. I find myself not caring much about what happens next.

Batman #33

A fresh start post-Bat/Cat engagement begins this week with a new arc from writer Tom King, artist Joelle Jones, and colorist Jordie Bellaire. "The Rules of Engagement" finds Batman on the road again, but this...

New Super-Man Vol. 2: Coming to America Review

New Super-Man: Coming to America not only exceeds its predecessor, it also expands upon the story, themes as well as fleshes out the characters in exciting ways.

Building a Bigger Sanctuary

This week on the internet and in public spaces like NYCC there has been a lot of discussion of the toxic culture that surrounds comics especially with regards to race and gender/sex. Over the...

The Flash #32 Review

Barry must balance his personal life with his life as The Flash even as he's transferred to Central City’s worst prison.  

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