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.
  • Gotham Academy #13

    To put it bluntly, Gotham Academy #13 is a little bit of an awkward read as it tries to balance the usual Olive Silverlock character angst, a zombie adventure plotline, and being a tie-in to “Robin War” while switching over artists from the painter/cartoonist extraordinaire Karl Kerschl to Adam...
  • Detective Comics #47 Review

    In the third chapter of “Robin War”, writer Ray Fawkes and artist Steve Pugh steer Detective Comics #47 back to the political roots of Robin War #1 while capturing some of the sassy humor and little differences between the Robins in the character driven Grayson #15. And they use...
  • Batman and Robin Eternal #10 Review

    With its extreme hacking, Gnostic terminology, and frightening religious establishment, Batman and Robin Eternal #10 might seem like you’re reading a knock off of The Invisibles or watching some action-packed, if occasionally scripted in a clunky fashion version of The Matrix with Batman supporting characters. The prominent roles given...
  • Grayson #15 Review

    Scripter Tom King and artist Mikel Janin really try to capture the essence of what it means to be a Robin in Grayson #15 with Dick Grayson starting to settle in as a father figure and headmaster of the “Robin school” where he, Tim Drake, Jason Todd, and Damian...
  • Investigating Alias #13-14

    Alias #13-14 concludes the arc “Rebecca, Please Come Home”  set in the tiny and pretty racist town of Lagos, New York. Along the way, writer Brian Michael Bendis wisely makes the whole mutant angle, including the bigoted pastor and his ironically named First Unity Church a red herring, and...
  • Robin War #1 Review

    In honor of the 75th anniversary of Robin, DC Comics has decided to have the first Robin-centric crossover featuring basically every character who has worn the “R”, including Dick Grayson, Damian Wayne, Tim Drake, Jason Todd, and the whole We Are Robin squad. Robin War #1 is a comprehensive...
  • Batman and Robin Eternal #9 Review

    In both their Batman and Robin Eternal and DC Comics scripting debuts, Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly (Hacktivist) manage to tell a Red Hood and Red Robin buddy adventure guest starring Bane. They also providing some character development for both Harper Row and the villainous Mother, who appears and...
  • Gotham Academy #12 Review

    Gotham Academy #12 concludes the first year of stories about the amateur detective/sleuthing/supervillain discovery club at Gotham’s most prestigious and Gothic prep school with one last escape and chase through the spookiest place in the city, Arkham Asylum. Writers Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher also wrap up the main...
  • Midnighter #7 Review

    The ending of Midnighter #6 was quite shocking when writer Steve Orlando and artists ACO and Hugo Petrus revealed that Midnighter’s boy friend Matt was actually Prometheus, a powerful DC Comics villain who figured prominently in Grant Morrison’s run on JLA.  Prometheus is one of the few characters with...