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JUSTICE LEAGUE #39 Shows Us Why The World Still Needs Superheroes

We still need superheroes, especially when things look pretty bleak.

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: A Cold-as-Ice Conclusion in DETECTIVE COMICS #1016

Nora continues to act out her plan in Detective Comics #1016, out this week from DC Comics. What exactly she intends to do, though,...

Review: Nora Goes Rogue in DETECTIVE COMICS #1015

Mr. Freeze finally has his beloved wife back by his side. But, as we see in Detective Comics #1015, out this week from DC...

Review: Batman/Superman #3 – Rise of the Scarab Supreme

Batman and Superman try anything they can to get to the bottom of the plans of the Batman Who Laughs in Batman/Superman #3, out...

Review: The Freezes Reunited at Last in DETECTIVE COMICS #1014

What would you do if you suddenly woke up years in the future, having been frozen (against your will, might I add) by the...

WONDER TWINS #7 Returns With Life Lessons

After a quick hiatus, DC Comics WONDER TWINS #7 returns to comic stands this Wednesday, keeping the wonderful wit and heartfelt messages it was...

THE RIDDLER: YEAR OF THE VILLAIN Is A Thoughtful Story About Ridiculous Supervillains

Year of the Villain is in full swing, and DC’s been dissecting, examining, and challenging its best baddies all the way to the top...

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE #30 and the Time Heist for Totality

The Year of the Villain is in full swing, and Justice League #30 kicks off the Justice Doom War. It is the culminating event...