• The Dark Knight 3 The Master Race #2 Review

    As Carrie matches wits with Yindel in the main event and Lara spars with her mother in the Eduardo Risso drawn minicomic, legacy and parenting weigh heavily on the second issue of DK3, or at least until the titular master race make their first appearance. After nearly a month...
  • New Avengers #4 Review

    Teddy Altman is still King Arthur of Space, and I am still nearly beside myself in delighted and amused joy. Unfortunately, his Prince Consort Billy Kaplan (yes, really) may have been possessed by an evil Cthulhu-like space wizard from the fifth incarnation of the multiverse (we’re currently on the...
  • Saga #32 Review

    It’s easy to forget between bounty hunters, Lying Cats, and endless cycles of death, destruction and devastation, Saga is essentially a story about one family trying to keep it together against all odds. In Saga #32, the story gets back to that core as the focus shifts back to...
  • Angela: Queen of Hel #3 Review

    Marguerite Bennett continues to go wild with her signature epic-comedic style. Angela: Queen of Hel #3 overflows with classical allusions and snarky comics references and non-stop wordplay. Angela continues to battle her way through various Hel-ish trials, accompanied all the way by Sera’s non-stop wit and tongue-in-cheek narration. But all...
  • Ms. Marvel #2 Review

    Jersey City’s embiggening heroine may have done some growing up during the eight-month storyline gap due to Secret Wars, but in Ms. Marvel #2 she faces her biggest enemy yet, straight from the pages of Captain America. That’s right, folks — spoiler alert — Kamala’s taking on HYDRA. If...
  • The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Vol. 2 #3 Review

    Issue #3 of the second volume of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl continues the time-travel shenanigans begun in issue #2. While the past and present storylines don’t mesh quite as well as they did in the previous issue (being as they do sort of collide in the past and all),...
  • Jessica Jones: 1.13 AKA Smile Review

    Jessica Jones’ dark, moody first season comes to an end in a finale that’s disconnected, undecided, but strangely satisfying. In one fell swoop, Jessica saves Luke and defeats Kilgrave, but this ending isn’t a clean, cathartic victory. After bravely saving herself and dozens of people from a terrible villain,...
  • Couple-ish: 1.3 Oh, For the Love of…Mine and 1.4 Channel Trailer Recap

    In episodes three and four of Couple-ish comes a great advent of the writing in this series, in which, rather than vlogging the behind-the-scenes experience, Dee and Rachel are using in-universe vlogs to prove the Canadian government that they are indeed a couple. I love that the execution of...
  • 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...