• 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 Canary #6 Review

    Truth be told, I was pretty much set on Black Canary being the best monthly title of 2015 by the third issue, but with Annie Wu’s return on interiors, there’s a very specific case to be made that no one but she, Brenden Fletcher, Lee Loughridge, and Steve Wands...
  • 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...
  • Batman & Robin Eternal #12 Review

    Batman & Robin Eternal may seem like an odd title to pick out to be a moment for sober reflection, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that this is the territory that the title and its architects have staked out for it. As this issue in particular dives deeper than...
  • Clean Room #3 Review

    When a series maintains a debut as strong as Clean Room, it can become a serious challenge to continue conveying the same level of excitement and urgency in an effective way, but what Gail Simone and Jon Davis-Hunt are achieving here is a rapidly spreading bloodstain. The exact location...
  • 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...
  • Harley Quinn #23 Review

    This entry is a prime example of how quickly and effectively Conner and Palmiotti can shift gears from outlandish humour to chilling violence as Mason Macabre and the mayor’s wrath over his son’s murder returns to the forefront. Things kick off in typical screwball style with Harley and Cy’s...
  • Batgirl #46 Review

    The Eggplant Avenger comes bounding into Burnside this issue, bringing not only her bad self but the supporting cast of Genevieve Valentine’s Catwoman run along for the ride. If you’re still in mourning at the end of Selina’s time at the head of the Calabrese family, this issue will...
  • Batman and Robin Eternal #11 Review

    Past a gorgeously psychedelic cover from Guillem March, the revelations come fast and furious this issue as Dick and Harper, believing they’ve tracked down David Cain, instead come face to face with The Sculptor, the woman Mother utilized to psychologically mold her children. Lucky for them however, she put...