I’m sad to see this series wrapping up again, but I am enjoying the story and art. Jim Zub is telling his story and isn’t letting the story drag. After every issue has ended in the series, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the next issue.
This Batman comic will not be for anyone who wants bloody fights, action, adventure, or killer crocs, but it has a lovely Tom King version of Bat/Cat romance that will be enjoyed by a certain type of reader.
HARLEY QUINN #32 REVIEW
Writers: Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner
Art by: Bret Blevins & John Timms
Colored by: Alex Sinclair
While the last few issues have shown Harley diving into the political realm, in this issue, we just...
BATGIRL #17 REVIEW
Writer: Hope Larson
Pencils: Chris Wildgoose
Inks: Jose Marzan Jr. and Andy Owens
Batgirl #17 closes out the Summer of Lies arc with a potent message about drugs and a lackluster final fight. At the...