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Review: Settling an Old Score in DETECTIVE COMICS ANNUAL #3

The death of Alfred Pennyworth is an event likely to haunt the comics landscape for years to come. For instance, Detective Comics Annual #3,...

SUICIDE SQUAD #2 Leaves the Reader in the Dark, and It’s Brilliant

Written by Tom Taylor, with art by Bruno Redondo, colors by Adriano Lucas, and letters by Wes Abbott, Suicide Squad #2 takes confusing turns...

ACTION COMICS #1019 Review: The Series Begins Running in Place

Action Comics #1019, written by Brian Michael Bendis, with pencils by John Romita Jr, inks by Klaus Janson, colors by Brad Anderson, and letters...

Review: The Trip to Arkham Goes Wrong in THE FLASH #87

The Flash Heads to Arkham The Rogues’ Reign has come to an end. While struggling to control their powers, The Flash Family joins with the...

Review: Willpower Versus Ultimate Control In GREEN LANTERN: BLACKSTARS #3

GREEN LANTERN: BLACKSTARS #3, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, January 29th, concludes writer Grant Morrison's three part miniseries, and it's definitely one...

Review: We Wish You a Monstrous Christmas in DETECTIVE COMICS #1019

What begins as the investigation of an occult mass sacrifice—run of the mill stuff in a city like Gotham—evolves into eldritch-level horror in Detective...

SUPERMAN #19: “I’ll Take a Superman Story with Everything on It”

DC Comics' Superman #19, written by Brian Michael Bendis, with pencils by Ivan Reis, inks by Joe Prado, Danny Miki, Julio Ferreira and Oclair...

BATMAN: CURSE OF THE WHITE KNIGHT #6 – Digging Up the Past

The past comes back to haunt the Wayne family in Batman: Curse of the White Knight #6, out his week from DC Black Label. First...

Review: FAR SECTOR #3 Gives Voice to The Masses

  Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell bring forth their most emotionally provocative chapter thus far with the third issue of "Far Sector." The...

The Epitome of Escapism in BATGIRL #43

Batgirl #43 dives into the realm of fantasy, providing some fun parallels while distracting Batgirl in some surprising ways.

Review: Tim Questions His Identity In BOOKS OF MAGIC #16

BOOKS OF MAGIC #16, available in stores Wednesday, January 22nd, brings back the future version of Timothy Hunter, and his intentions appear to be...

Review: FREEDOM FIGHTERS #12 Achieves Victory on Earth X

The Freedom Fighters’ Final Stand The Freedom Fighters have pushed back against Hitler II’s regime since issue one of this series. As they assault the...

Review: THE FLASH #86 Sees The Fall of Cold and Barry

The Flash Finishes Off The Rogues’ Reign Captain Cold is on the rampage. After taking over Central City with an upgrade from the Legion of...

Review: An Old Romance Blooms And A New Threat Emerges in AQUAMAN #56

On Wednesday, January 15th, AQUAMAN #56 hits comic book stores with a new creative team and a new direction. Kyle Higgins has taken up...

Review: BATMAN #86 Begins A New Story With a New Creative Team

A New Era of Batman Begins It has been a long time since the Batman title has had a new creative team. Tom King has...

Review: THE DOLLHOUSE FAMILY #3, Where Demons Stay Meddlesome

"The Dollhouse Family" has been one of the most intriguing horror comics in recent memory thus far. This third issue only proves the point...

HAWKMAN #20 and the Kingdom of the Crystal McGuffin

Hawkman #20, written by Robert Venditti, pencils by Fernando Pasarin, inks by Oclair Albert and Danny Miki, colors by Jeremy Cox and letters by...

GOTHAM CITY MONSTERS #5: Cue the Monster Mash

Written by Steve Orlando, with art by Amancay Nahuelpan, colors by Trish Mulvihill and letters by Tom Napolitano, Gotham City Monsters #5 presses pause to...

Frank Miller: The Transition From Comics To Illustrated Novels

Frank Miller. Most people likely know the name for his work on Batman, for better or worse. Well, critics won't have to cringe much...

ARMAGEDDON 2001: The Unexpected Vs the Inevitable

Some endings are inevitable, some endings catch us by surprise. Armageddon 2001, written in 1991 by Archie Goodwin, Dan Jurgens and Dennis O'Neil, is...