With a story shockingly free of humor and Daffy Duck grounded in a realistic Gotham City, one wonders just who the target audience for The Joker/Daffy Duck was?
Batman: Kings of Fear is a gloriously retro tribute to the Batman books of the 1990’s, with over-the-top artwork that captures the dark spirit of Gotham.
Rest easy, fans of Marvel Comics’ cosmic stories. Infinity Wars #1 is a worthy continuation of the saga of The Infinity Gems.
The rules of magic are changing. The world is broken. And Wonder Woman is going to fix it, whether the magical heroes and villains help her or not!
Fantastic art and a solid story make this revamp of Carol Danvers’ origins worth reading, though it is unclear when it is taking place in Marvel’s timeline.
Mother Panic meets a strangely altered Batman as the DC Comics’/Young Animal crossover event “Milk Wars” continues.
Sam Humphries’ script and Ethan Van Sciver’s art unite to form an amazing comic focused on a truly detestable villain.
This new story arc, starting with issue #8, serves as a reminder to readers that Rocket Girl is beautifully drawn, high-octane fun.