Today, we look at three stories and how important the patriarch of the family is to the people involved. In Gotham City, Batman and Swamp Thing work on a surprising […]
Sometimes, you get a couple of kids who just don’t like each other but manage to work together for the greater good, like in Super Sons. Other times, it leads […]
The final issue of the four-part crossover THE BUTTON leaves The Flash and Batman with more questions than when it all started. And the countdown to the next big thing […]
Cassandra Cain has her final showdown with her mother, Lady Shiva, in Detective Comics. And Supergirl has some surprising appearances before getting sucked into the Phantom Zone.
The revamped Hanna Barbera line at DC Comics sees its own superteam have a final battle against their big bad in Future Quest, while the gang confronts Velma’s brother in […]
What would an intergalactic Neighborhood Association think about Prehistoric Bedrock? Hopefully, The Flintstones never find out. Then there’s new kids trying to be heroes in Project Superpowers: Hero Killers.
Free Comic Book Day provided me with a lot of stuff to check out yesterday, so I’m taking a break from our regular slate of reviews to take a look […]
The third chapter of THE BUTTON, in this week’s issue of Batman, packs an emotional punch, but does it answer any of the questions about the the button, or the […]
I never thought I’d willingly pay money for a comic book all about Big Moose, Riverdale’s resident roughneck, but there’s a first time for everything, I guess.
Batgirl writer Hope Larson continues to bring the funny and the feels while Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips return the focus back to their main character in Kill Or Be […]
The Fastest Man Alive and the Dark Knight Detective flop through the timeline to investigate THE BUTTON, but wind up in a place that shouldn’t exist in the latest issue […]
DC Comics continues to explore its new status quo with the second part of THE BUTTON, but how can you pass up a special book about a huge high school […]
Let’s finish off the comics week with a look at a handful of books that really have nothing to do with each other, except that I enjoyed them!
The Man of Steel is still dealing with the ramifications of what Mxyzptlk did to him, both in Superman and Trinity, while Green Arrow deal with villains who want to […]
Josie and the Pussycats get kidnapped to an Antarctic ice palace to stand trial for plagiarism in another issue chock full of somewhat random references.
The next big DC Event that is supposed to give clues to the whole mystery of Rebirth kicked off on Wednesday, as Batman decides to examine THE BUTTON discovered in the […]