Teaming the legendary John Romita Jr with Scott Snyder, All-Star Batman continues to be the best Bat-book on the stands today!
Judging by its first issue, Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures will be the best Saturday morning cartoon that never aired.
All-Star Batman has been a combination of talent perfectly delivering everything a Batman fan could want in a tale for the ages.
The crazy train keeps rolling and All-Star Batman #2 doesn’t even come close to taking a step back, strapping readers to Batman’s side as he treks along the perilous route laid out for him.
All-Star Batman #1 is unsurprisingly excellent, given the top-notch creators behind it. Indeed, the only surprising aspect of it is the end of the issue!
This week in our Pull List the Kabooooom Crew recommend picking up Lumberjanes #8, Wonder Woman #36, Batman ’66 The Lost Episode, and more!
DC Comics’ Villains Month is upon us. We’ve read for months about the 3D covers and DC’s financing woes, but what really matters is the content. Each issue this month deals with the background story of a DC Universe villain. So what is worth checking out and what should be passed up? ACTION COMICS #23.1: […]
Written by TONY S. DANIEL Art by ED BENES & ROB HUNTER Back-up Art by SZYMON KUDRANSKI Colors by TOMEU MOREY Back-up Colors by JOHN KALISZ Letters by JARED K. FLETCHER Back-Up Letters by DEZI SIENTY Detective Comics has been a series marred by cringeworthy dialogue from Tony S. Daniel. This issue is little exception. […]