Comic Review: GREEN ARROW #39

Four months have passed since the creative team on Green Arrow changed and much has likewise changed in the reality of Green Arrow. Many of these changes – like the introduction of Felicity Smoak – have shifted the book toward something closer to the world of the television series, Arrow.  Yet other changes have brought […]

Comic Review: GREEN ARROW #35

Oliver Queen has had – to put it mildly – a hell of a year. It all began when he nearly lost his company and was framed for murder thanks to the machinations of one would-be super-villain. This drew Oliver into a world he didn’t know existed – a world of secretive families united by […]

COMIC REVIEW: Batgirl #29

BATGIRL #29/ Written by GAIL SIMONE/ Art by FERNANDO PASARIN/ Inks by JONATHAN GLAPION/ Colors by BLOND/ Letters by DEZI SIENTY/ Published by DC COMICS Barbara Gordon has been trying to lay low as Batgirl, and who could blame her? Her last adventure saw her boyfriend wounded and made her father, Commissioner James Gordon, into […]

REVIEW: Batman #5

REVIEW: Batman #5

Written by SCOTT SNYDER Art by GREG CAPULLO & JONATHAN GLAPION Colors by FCO / Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS Stan Lee was fond of saying that every comic is someone’s first and thus it should read like that. It should introduce characters and establish main ideas and themes that will quickly familiarize readers on issue two […]

REVIEW: Men of War #1

REVIEW: Men of War #1

Written by IVAN BRANDON & JONATHAN VANKIN/ Art by TOM DERENICK & PHIL WINSLADE, JONATHAN GLAPION & LE BEAU UNDERWOOD Colors by MATTHEW WILSON & THOMAS CHU / Letters by ROB LEIGH With the New 52 comes a lot of spandex wearing superheroes, but that is not the case for Men of War. Instead, Ivan […]