Green Arrow #29 is as brave and bold a Batman/Green Arrow team-up as one could wish for.
Aquaman continues to be one of the best books in the Rebirth line. The stories are as rich and lively as the artwork.
The Queen Of The Jungle returns to monthly comics in a solid story made somewhat less sterling by lackluster interior artwork and poor visual continuity.
It is a rare thing for an event book to live up to its hype. Dark Knights: Metal #1 is such a rarity. The DC Comics Universe has been changed before but for once it doesn’t seem like hyperbole to say that nothing will ever be the same again!
Dark Days: The Casting does little to clarify just what we can expect from Dark Knights Metal, but proves an engaging read with fantastic art in spite of that.
This week on our pull list we have Dark Nights: Metal #1, Future Quest Presents #1, and more!
An encounter with the other side of The Speed Force leaves Barry Allen plagued by doubt and mysterious new powers that he can’t control, in this first chapter of NEGATIVE.
The final issue of The Ninth Doctor’s first full comic series ends in disappointment, as a good story and a great artist are benched by a less-skilled artist.