Over the years, DC Comics has introduced a ton of villains. Some have been truly fiersome, others have been a tad bit ridiculous (here's looking at you Polka Dot Man), and still some have been legitimately terrifying. In honor of Halloween, here's the 7 bad guys that give us goosebumps ..
I have waited to patiently for this trade as the last one left with such cliffhanger that I could barely contain myself with anticipation. As always Robert Kirkman has done it again with story line and character development. I beg you now if you are not caught up on the comic to stop reading now...
I Hate Fairyland is everything you love about Pop-Culture references, blatantly obvious innuendos, and the most adorably demented art you can find. I am convinced that this needs to be turned into an adult cartoon and become a wild hit. Skottie Young has turned what I thought would be a short run of fun into a sprawling adventure that I keep coming back to for a great laugh.
As I said in a previous review for Detective Comics, this is what transcendence feels like in a comic book, this rings true now more than ever. I thought this team was at it's best before and they just keep proving me wrong each issue, getting better and better.
Six issues of Batman and we are running at full speed, Tom King has set up his world and now gets to play in it. In issue six we get the I am Gotham Epilogue, wrapping up this storyline to move into the next. Gotham Girl/Claire has absolutely lost her mind, after having to kill her own brother she has snapped. We see her flying around Gotham saving the city while still talking to her dead brother Hank.