Logan Dalton

Logan Dalton

Logan is a nerdy, bisexual ginger, who recently graduated university with a degree in English Literature and Overanalyzing Comic Books. He loves comics, music (especially New Wave and BritPop), film (especially Quentin Tarantino and Edgar Wright), sports (college football and NBA), TV, mythology, and poetry. Joss Whedon is his master, Kitty Pryde is his favorite superhero, and his current favorite comic is The Wicked + the Divine.
  • Batman and Robin Eternal #13

    True to its cover, Batman and Robin Eternal #13 reveals a great deal of secrets about Mother, her Children, and especially Cassandra Cain, and why she is helping Dick Grayson and the Bat-family. Scripter James Tynion and artist Marcio Takara probe deep into the mind of this silent girl,...
  • Black Magick #3 Review

    The slow burn of Black Magick continues in its third issue although luckily no one dies or does any self-immolating like in issue one. Writer Greg Rucka and artist Nicola Scott continue to zero in on Rowan Black and her feelings as she struggles to balance her life as...
  • Robin Son of Batman #7 Review

    Robin, Son of Batman #7 Plot by Patrick Gleason Dialogue by Ray Fawkes Pencils by Scott McDaniel Inks by Andy Owens Colors by Chris Sotomayor Letters by Tom Napolitano Published by DC Comics With regular Robin, Son of Batman writer/artist Patrick Gleason relegated to plotter, Robin, Son of Batman...
  • We Are Robin #7 Review

    “Robin War” goes a little bonkers in We Are Robin #7, which doesn’t focus on the We Are Robin kids (Even though Duke’s narration is ever present.) as much as the skills and determination of Tim Drake and Jason Todd as they stage a breathtaking prison break. Along with...
  • All-New X-Men #2 Review

    All-New X-Men #2 is a slight improvement on the first issue mostly thanks to the well-worn, yet still clever strategy from writer Dennis Hopeless of splitting up characters in a team book into twos or threes for more meaningful character interactions. After he gets imprisoned for beating the Ghost...
  • WicDiv #17 Review

    Up to this point, Sakhmet, the Egyptian lion goddess of war, is the Pantheon member, who has been fleshed out the least in WicDiv. This changes in WicDiv #17 when writer Kieron Gillen and guest artist and letterer Brandon Graham (Multiple Warheads) show what makes the sexiest and most...
  • Power Up #6 Review

    The conclusion of Power Up #6 lacks  tension and is similar to the third act of a Marvel Cinematic Universe film (or scarily 2015’s Fantastic Four) with the heroes teaming up together to take down one big bad guy and then go home. And this isn’t even the Big...
  • Investigating Alias #15

    In this standalone issue of Alias entitled “It’s Raining Men”, writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Michael Gaydos delve into Jessica Jones’ life and also what a “typical” day looks like for her. Or just one not involving dealing with rural bigots, superhero sidekick wannabes, or a far reaching...
  • New Romancer #1 Review

    Everyone’s favorite aristocratic, bisexual, British Romantic poet, whose personal life was probably more fascinating than his actual writing, Lord Byron comes to the 21st century in veteran Vertigo writer Peter Milligan (Hellblazer) and up and coming artist Brett Parson’s (21st Century Tank Girl) New Romancer #1. This comic is...