Injustice 2 continues to be more than a mere video game tie-in book. In terms of quality, both in art and story, this is as fine a comic as you will find anywhere.
Amazing visuals paired with a cliche-ridden script make Redlands #1 a comic that may appeal to genre fans and followers of the artists involved but no one else.
The tale of the Hard-Traveling Hero continues, as Green Arrow’s quest to bring down The Ninth Circle and their corporate sponsors leads him to Metropolis and the fattest fat cat of them all – Lex Luthor!
Mix one part alternate history with two parts pulp fantasy and you have Elsewhere – one of the most unique comics I’ve had the good fortune to read in recent memory.
This new story arc, starting with issue #8, serves as a reminder to readers that Rocket Girl is beautifully drawn, high-octane fun.
Stan Lee once said, “Every comic book is someone’s first.” I quote “The Man” in this context because the philosophy that every comic book story should be told with the new reader in mind is so rare these days and that ideal seems to permeate every issue of the DC Rebirth Titans comic. Indeed, the […]
It’s odd how, in some respects, DC Comics has tried to have it both ways with those DC Rebirth properties that are connected to a television series on The CW. Logically, one can see the appeal of trying to win readers from an audience of millions but at the same time not wanting to alienate […]
[SPOILER WARNING: The following review contains SPOILERS for both the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game and the tie-in comics.] In the wake of an ally’s death and some unseen enemy’s declaration of war on Bruce Wayne’s plans to rebuild the world in the wake of the destruction unleashed by Superman’s Regime, it’s only natural […]