With fantastic art obscured by the text of a story where randomness replaces any semblance of a plot, DC Comics’ first Black Label release is Damned Awful.
The Winged Wonder returns and he’s seeking answers regarding his past. Yet the answers Carter Hall seeks may only lead to more questions…
The first ballyhooed issue of Brian Michael Bendis’ run on Superman is here. Does it redefine the Superman mythos? No, but it’s a mostly solid Superman story.
Harley Quinn #34 is a fantastic finale, cementing that Conner and Palmiotti’s run as the quintessential, modern take on Harley Quinn.
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.
Dark Days: The Forge – the first prelude to the upcoming Dark Knights: Metal event – could be said to be the summer’s most eagerly anticipated comic book with no sense of hyperbole. Reuniting writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo – the dream team behind the critically acclaimed and beloved by fans New 52 […]
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 […]
Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad? This should be a short fight, right? Wrong! Joshua Williamson spins a surprising tale to make this fight interesting.