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!
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 […]
When Barbara Gordon discovered that her hacker handle of Oracle had been co-opted by a computer geek/Batgirl fanboy named Gus who was trying (albeit sloppily) to take her place as the hero The Dark Web deserved, she decided to give him the benefit of the doubt and offer him a chance to help her out. […]
Even if you’re not a video game fan, Injustice 2 is an enjoyable comic from start to finish. With great characterization, fantastic artwork and a fair amount of humor, this is one book that should be on every comic lover’s pull-list.
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.
This issue is something of a disappointment after the first special, with the characterization being paper thin and the story fairly standard stuff for a team series. Taken as a work of commentary however, the book becomes a brilliant piece of satire, albeit it possibly unintentionally. I can’t say I liked it much but neither did I dislike it.
If you’ve never read a Green Arrow comic, this topical issue pitting Green Arrow and Black Canary against a gang of corrupt cops is a great place to start!