Comic Book Reviews.

Detective Comics #969 Review

This issue was an entertaining read and left me wanting more. The Victim Syndicate is obviously back and, judging from the title, they have built some momentum or are about to.

Justice League of America #19 Review

Bottom line, this is a great book no matter how you slice it. Great dialogue. Great art. What more could you ask for?

Redneck #7 Review

Lisandro Estherren and Dee Cunniffe are on their “A” game as usual and I continue to love the gritty tone they continue to convey in this series.

Glitterbomb: The Fame Game #3 Review

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.

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.

Nightwing: The New Order #4 Review

Emotional and gripping, this story will leave the reader begging to see what’s next.

Batman Annual #2 Review

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.

Action Comics #992 Review

Superman struggles to make sense of Jor-El’s appearance and what it says about the kind of man Jor-El was

Harley Quinn #32 Review

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

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...

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