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Comic Book Fandom vs Reality, The TOM KING Edition

Few fans are harder to keep happy than comics fans. I know because I'm one of them. When fans are displeased with a writer,...

Review: THE DREAMING: THE WAKING HOURS #5 – The End of the Beginning

Writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Nick Robles continue their outstanding Sandman Universe saga with "The Dreaming: The Waking Hours" #5. Along with Mat...

Review: FAR SECTOR #9 – The Eye of the Storm

From Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell comes another chapter of DC's surprise hit with Far Sector #9. While this issue is comparatively uneventful compared...

Review: STRANGE ADVENTURES #7 Makes Us Question Everything

Usually, for a Strange Adventure review, I would write this in two parts: one section discussing the storyline of Adam's book, the other showing the modern-day...

Review: BATMAN CATWOMAN #1 isn’t About Batman and Catwoman

There's something to be said for "romances" that plant themselves firmly in the realm of the platonic. Stories that discuss the connection between friends,...

Review: SUICIDE SQUAD #11 is the End of the Beginning

DC Comics' Suicide Squad #11 concludes this no-holds-barred romp through the DC Universe. Or does it? Writer Tom Taylor, artist Bruno Redondo, colorer Adriano Lucas and...

Review: JOHN CONSTANTINE: HELLBLAZER #12’s Glorious Conclusion

John Constantine: Hellblazer should never have been canceled. The book is one of the strongest series to ever come out of DC Comics this century (2000-2020)....

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #28 Shows Why A Price Must Always Be Paid

JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #28, available in stores on Tuesday, November 24th, wraps up the The Cost arc in fantastic fashion. Last issue Zatanna used her...

Review: BATMAN #103 Sees The Dark Knight Clash With Ghost-Maker

Batman vs. Ghost-Maker Batman isn’t the only head vigilante anymore. As the city continues to pick up the pieces after the Joker War, a new...

Review: RORSCHACH #2 is a Slow-Burn Neo Noir Mystery

Writer Tom King, artist Jorge Fornez, colorist Dave Stewart and letterer Clayton Cowles take their time in DC Comics' Rorschach #2. There's no rush to...

Allies and Enemies in CATWOMAN #27

Catwoman #27 brings Selina Kyle back to Alleytown, and she's got grand plans for the neighborhood – and the people within.

PUNCHLINE #1 Gives Us Background to the New Clown Princess

Punchline Stands in the Spotlight! When James Tynion IV started his run of Batman, he introduced the character of Punchline to the world. Joker’s new...

Review: THE DREAMING – THE WAKING HOURS #4: An Enchanting Lesson In Fantasy

Where every issue of this series has been nothing but great so far, "The Dreaming: The Waking Hours" #4 is the best chapter yet....

Review: A Confusing But Wholly Intriguing Start in SWEET TOOTH: THE RETURN #1

Writer and artist Jeff Lemire (Black Hammer, Animal Man) and colorist Jose Villarrubia have returned to continue the tale of one of the best...

Review: HELLBLAZER: RISE AND FALL #2, Speak of the Devil

Written by Tom Taylor, with art by Darick Robertson, colors by Diego Rodriguez and letters by Deron Bennett, Hellblazer: Rise and Fall #2 is a funny,...

How A Series Wraps Up In BATGIRL #50

Batgirl #50 wraps up Barbara Gordon's series in this giant-sized issue, telling three Batgirl stories for the price of one.

Review: The End is Nigh in JOHN CONSTANTINE: HELLBLAZER #11

To call the cancellation of DC Comics' John Constantine: Hellblazer unfortunate is underselling it. Writer Simon Spurrier, along with brilliant artists like Matias Bergara and...

Review: SUICIDE SQUAD #10 is Really Sad by Choosing to be Very Fun

Written by Tom Taylor, with art by Bruno Redondo, colors by Adriano Lucas, and letters by Wes Abbott, DC Comics' Suicide Squad #10 doesn't get...

Review: BATMAN #101 Prepares For The Future in a Dull Way

Batman Picks Up The Pieces... The Joker War is over, and all that’s left is the ashes. While Batman faced Joker, armed with a high...

BATGIRL #50 Preview: Meet The New Batwoman

As the current Batgirl series heads for its conclusion, DC has announced that a new character will be making her debut in issue #50:...