This has been one of my favorite Rebirth titles and it is still going strong. It’s too bad that this title will be going to monthly status soon. But in the meantime, be sure to check out this great issue. 8/10
“Nightwing Must Die” has been a love letter to old school fans of Nightwing and Grant Morrison’s 2009 Batman and Robin series. Seeley continues the nostalgic feeling of the previous three parts of the story arc and presents another well written chapter.
Character development continues to shine in Superman #21, but the plot suffers due to an overload of content. That said, there was still enough coherent story told to still have me excited for the next issue.
Thor has struggled in the MCU with his movies being rather lackluster or just not as good as other chapters in this film universe and it’s about time that changed. So, will Thor: Ragnarok give Thor the time to shine? Here are my reasons as to why it definitely will!
DC Comics has given an official press release about a new line of comics that will be spin offs from the Dark Days/Dark Nights event this summer.
Last month it was reported that Joss Whedon (Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron) was in final talks to direct, write, and produce a solo Batgirl film. We don't have any official confirmation that he's made a deal with Warner Bros. quite yet, but thanks to an interview with Variety, we know he's definitely preparing to make the film.
The long awaited crossover event "The Button" has finally kicked off with Batman #21. This story arc is one of the most anticipated comic book events of the year, and will follow Batman and The Flash as they investigating the button Batman found in DC Comics Rebirth #1.
Titans #10 is the conclusion to the three issue story arc, “Made in Manhattan”, and I really don’t know how to feel about it. The issue is made up mostly of a fight scene between the Titans and the Fearsome Five, and while I enjoy the action, I find the whole situation a little unbelievable ...