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Batman Damned #1 Review

Written by Brian Azzarello Art by Lee Bermejo Batman Damned is the first book to be featured in DC Comics new Black Label series of comics which serve as a more adult, mostly non canon set...

Harley Quinn #58 Review

Writer: Sam Humphries Artist: John Timms Colorist: Alex Sinclair Letterer: Dave Sharpe I’ve been wanting to see this kind of storyline for a while. After getting framed for murder, Harley Quinn has to convince Batman she’s innocent. It...

The Flash #35 Review

This is an emotionally packed and meaningful story. The Flash will need to be as smart as he is fast to navigate the future as things unfold.

Green Arrow Annual #2

Written by Julie & Shawna Benson Art by Carmen Carnero Colors by Trish Mulvihill Letters by Deron Bennett THIS IS A NO JUSTICE TIE-IN. Recommended to read issue #4 of Justice League No Justice before reading this review. In...

Analog #4

Writer: Gerry Duggan Artist: David O'Sullivan Jack is on his way to Tokyo to do the bidding of the mysterious Aunt Sam, but Jack has his own plans regarding the tape he's carrying. Of course everyone...

Doomsday Clock #7 Review

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Gary Frank Colorist: Brad Anderson Doomsday Clock is taking its time on multiple levels, but that’s not an issue for this book. Johns and Frank need time to craft a well thought out...

Old Lady Harley #1 Review

Writer: Frank Tieri Artist: Inaki Miranda Colorist: Eva de la Cruz Spoilers ahead! Once I finished reading Old Lady Harley, alone in my apartment, I couldn’t help but mutter, “Holy f***, that was good.” I loved Frank Tieri’s...

Detective Comics #962 Review

What will become of our heroes in the Intelligence Finale: Judgement Day? Will Azrael overcome his inner demons? Will Ascalon rise up and purge Gotham of sinners? Find out in this week’s Detective Comics...

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.

Harley Quinn #42 Review

Writer: Frank Tieri Artist: Mauricet Colors: Paul Mounts Spoilers Ahead! I’ve been excited for this issue ever since Frank Tieri teased it on Twitter a few weeks back. It certainly lives up to expectations, delivering a fun twist...

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