Batman #21 sees Batman begin investigating that bloodied smiley face button, musing over its connection with the timeline disturbances. A connection, which is then barely touched on.
Black Canary flies solo in this month’s Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey but logic problems with her backstory keep this story from soaring high.
[SPOILER WARNING: The following review contains SPOILERS for both the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game and the tie-in comics.] Another world. Another time. The Joker put his theory that one bad day could tarnish even the most sterling of souls to the test. The end result was the destruction of Metropolis and the death […]
Anxiously awaiting the start of Series Ten? This Twelfth Doctor comic will prove a welcome appetizer for those Doctor Who fans who can’t wait for the weekend.
The Flintstones has been one of the biggest surprises in the world of comic books over the last year. Writer Mark Russell has adapted the “modern Stone Age family” into a genius collection of social and political commentary. Booster Gold/The Flintstones Special #1 – one of a series of Hanna-Barbera related tie-in specials that DC Comics released this week […]
Action Comics #976 gives us an action-filled, feel good beginning, while the anticipation Jurgens builds through the unanswered questions at the end of the issue paint an exciting future for Superman.
The main problem with Vampirella #1 is this issue creates more questions than answers, but the amount of potential here warrants giving Cornell more time to develop what direction this series is actually going to take.
The final battle has commenced! As Superman confronts his tyrannical alter ego, a now-heroic Harley Quinn faces The Joker of another Earth!