Comic Book Reviews.

Harley Quinn #38 Review

This issue is automatically all right in my book for bringing the Condiment King back into the mix. In fact, this whole issue is a delightful smorgasbord of B-list Batman villains wreaking havoc in New York.

Justice League #39 Review

More interesting threads keep getting added to this storyline. I can’t wait to see how they all come together.

Batman #41 Review

As a part one to a story this is an intriguing opening. The payoff, hopefully, is worth the price of admission. At the very least this is a beautifully disturbed vision of obsession. Buy the ticket, take the ride...

Sonitus #1 Review

This is one rare issue where dialogue does not rule the day but the story still comes across loud and clear. Married with a unique art style and coloring, Sonitus is one gem worth checking out.

Super Sons #13 The Parent Trap part one

Written by, Peter J. Tomasi Pencils by, Carlo Barberi Inks by, Art Thibert Colors by, Gabe Eltaeb Letters by, Rob Leigh Recap Previously in Super Sons Issue #10, Batman and Superman provide the Super Sons with a...

Superman #41 The Last Days

Written by, James Robinson Art by, Ed Benes Colors by, Dinei Riberio Letters by, Rob Leigh Overall Score 7 Reviewed by, Tom Zimm Recap In the previous issue, Superman and Superboy travel to an alien planet to help save...

Batman and The Signal #2 Review

This mini-series was one of the more eagerly anticipated titles spinning out of Metal. The delays between issues does not help, but the scope of Duke's powers and how he is connected to others that have also developed abilities should be enticing enough for you to forgive these long waits.

Green Lanterns #41 Review

I had a lot of fun reading this issue. Tim Seeley and crew built a very interesting world that I hope we get to see a lot more of in the future, added a lot of info to the mystery that they set up, and made me genuinely laugh out loud a few times

NIghtwing #39 Review

This arc is long but we are basically rounding third base right now and I have my fingers crossed for a decent dash to home plate. If it doesn’t pan out we’ve always got Jamal Campbell’s magnificent art to look back on and wax lyrical about.

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. 

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