Bruce and Damien Wayne search the streets of Gotham for a runaway teen and uncover a horrifying secret that touches their family in the one-shot “Orphans.”
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is the perfect balm for anyone burned by one too many mediocre superhero movies, bringing to the big screen plenty of laughs and some unexpected but clever critiques of the superhero scene at large.
Three teenagers united by heroism and issues with their parents are about to have their world-views changed forever by one bad night in Teen Titans Special #1.
Two different comics from this week dealt with the same concept – a future hero traveling in time to alter their past – but in completely different ways.
The Gotham Resistance storyline concludes unevenly, with a Green Arrow comic surprisingly lacking in Green Arrow doing much of anything.
The “Gotham Resistance” continues to fight, but can Harley Quinn maintain her chirpy optimism when she sees what the Dark Multiverse has done to Poison Ivy?!
A blast from the past unites Nightwing and Batgirl on a new case, as we finally learn the untold tale of how Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon first met.
[SPOILER WARNING: The following review contains SPOILERS for both the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game and the tie-in comics.] Bruce Wayne has lost much in his war on crime and, more recently, his war with Superman and the Regime that sought to take over the world and force peace upon it. He’s lost his […]