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Review: Cold-Blooded Murder in DETECTIVE COMICS #1018

The holidays arrive in Gotham in Detective Comics #1018, out this week from DC Comics. But despite the festivities, the discovery of a brutal,...

Review: THE FLASH #85 Sees Preparation for the Battle against Cold

The Flash slows down to build characters The Rogues have won. As the Legion of Doom has begun their assault on the world, newly empowered...

LOIS LANE #7, Another Brilliant Chapter in the LOIS LANE Series

Lois Lane #7, written by Greg Rucka, art by Mike Perkins, colors by Gabe Eltaeb and letters by Simon Bowland, is just another chapter...

ACTION COMICS #1018 Treads Water to Set Up Big Things for Superman

Action Comics #1018, written by Brian Michael Bendis, with pencils by John Romita Jr, inks by Klaus Janson, colors by Brad Anderson, and letters...

JOKER/HARLEY: CRIMINAL SANITY #2- The Hunt is On

Joker leaves another crime scene for Harley and the police to ponder over in Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #2, out this week from DC Black...

The Enemy of Your Enemy in BATGIRL #42

Batgirl #42 was the dramatic conclusion to the Oracle Rising plot, making clever use of storytelling and character development to change the narrative.

Review: A Peaceful Unmaking in THE DREAMING #17

The Dreaming #17 is one of the most poetic and emotional chapters in this story so far. In fact, it's likely one of the most...

Review: Tim Meets His Future Self In BOOKS OF MAGIC #15

BOOKS OF MAGIC #15, available in comic book stores Wednesday, January 1st, dabbles in time travel with the introduction of an alternate version of...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: COMICS SCENE MAGAZINE #25 (April 1991)

Welcome to 'I'd Buy That For A Dollar' a column where I will be exploring the weird and wonderful world of dollar bin diving....

DC’s RWBY Rewards Its Fanbase For Their Commitment

The biweekly issues of DC's RWBY based on Rooster Teeth's animated series have reached their ninth short story and is taking full advantage of its side...

Holiday Flashback: Larfleeze and the Truth About Santa

Santa Claus and the Christmas season are no strangers to the comic medium. Every year come the holiday season, there are a slew of...

DC Comics Exclusive Preview: BOOKS OF MAGIC #15

Books of Magic #15 hits your local comic book store on January 1st, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive...

Review: LEGION OF SUPERHEROES #2 Fleshes Out The World

The Plot of the Legion thickens! The Legion of Superheroes has made a return in the DC Universe. They hail from the 31st century where...

Review: The End is Finally Here in DOOMSDAY CLOCK #12

The Doomsday Clock hits Midnight It’s November 22nd, 2017, and the first issue of Doomsday Clock hits shelves. The world met it with critical acclaim...

Review: A Jumbled, Yet Mostly Satisfying Conclusion in BATMAN #85

This is it. Tom King’s epic story reaches its culmination with Batman #85, out this week from DC Comics. Here’s the critical question, though:...

Review: JOHN CONSTANTINE HELLBLAZER #2 Urban Horror That Doesn’t Hold Back

Like King Arthur of old, Constantine is a representation of England. He is a manifestation of the country in human form.

SUICIDE SQUAD #1 Is Undiluted Fun

Suicide Squad #1, written by Tom Taylor, with art by Bruno Redondo, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters by Wes Abbott, is a promising...

WONDER WOMAN: DEAD EARTH #1 Rushes Past Its Own Brilliance

Written and drawn by Daniel Warren Johnson, with colors by Mike Spicer and letters by Rus Wooton, Wonder Woman: Dead Earth #1 rushes to be...

Review: AQUAMAN #55—Fueled By Hate, Or Love?

Aquaman and his archenemy, Black Manta have hated each other ever since that fateful day in which our hero accidentally caused the death of...

DC Comics Exclusive Preview: LUCIFER #15 – Enter John Constantine, Hellblazer!

Lucifer #15 hits your local comic book store on December 18th, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview...