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Review: STRANGE ADVENTURES #4 — Boring Truths vs Entertaining Lies

I hesitate to call DC Comics' Strange Adventures #4 boring. That obviously has some negative implications, which aren't true of this issue. It is boring...

Tom King Resurrects Rorschach In October

Fresh on the critical success of the HBO Watchmen mini-series, DC Comics has announced  a Rorschach maxiseries from Tom King, Jorge Fornés, Clayton Cowles...

STRANGE ADVENTURES #3: Things Get Cut-Throat and Political

There's a beautiful rhythm to DC Comics' Strange Adventures. Like watching a tennis match, the issues play off of one another. Writer Tom King, artists...

STRANGE ADVENTURES #2: A Little Less Strange, A Lot More Terrific

There's so much to be said for DC Comics' Strange Adventures. Like so much of writer Tom King's other works, this story is willing...

STRANGE ADVENTURES #1 Gives Us Two Stories for the Price of One

Writer Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads are back! This time, they're working with artist Evan "Doc" Shaner. Or are they? The King and...

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:...

Our Favorite Comic Books From The Past Decade (2010 – 2019)

The past ten years of the comic book industry have been insane, to say the least, as superhero films dominate the landscape, and creator-owned...

Review: the Sins of the Father & the Son in BATMAN #84

Thomas Wayne has masterminded all the misfortunes and tragedies to befall his son over the last three-and-a-half years of Batman comics. What, precisely, was...

Review: Farewell to the Father in BATMAN #83

For Bruce Wayne, Alfred Pennyworth was more than his loyal butler. He was a surrogate father, someone who was always there to assist and...