Our final run of Subway Shorts for the week once again focuses on DC Comics’ two oldest titles, along with the second issue of a new title about classic cartoon characters in an updated setting. After the jump, it’s Action Comics, Detective Comics and The Flintstones! Advertisements
We’re taking a break from DC Rebirth this week to check out a new Image Comics No. 1, rife with conspiracy and occultism – The Black Monday Murders review comes after the jump.
The DC Rebirth continues on, as we look at new issues of The Flash and Wonder Woman.
Two more comic books last night, where several characters are trying to find out what’s going on in their lives. Today – Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps 2 and New Super-Man 2!
We’re back with a new week of comic book reviews, looking at the comics I read on the subway ride home the night before. Today’s edition features a couple of new Rebirth No. 1s from DC Comics – Red Hood and the Outlaws and Superwoman.
The newest volume of the the new DC Comics Cinematic Universe was expected to be a mess, then after a series of reshoots, there were high hopes. But those didn’t last long once the movie was released, even though it still did well at the box office. But was it really any good?
Coming later today, a review of Suicide Squad! But for right now, it’s more comic books!
We close out a week of comics today with the World’s Finest in their own books – Superman 4 and Batman 4. Thankfully the comics are better than The Quest for Peace and Batman & Robin!
Today, I take a look at two vigilantes looking for justice on those who have wronged them and a team taking down some threats on a trip to Ireland. Let’s focus on Green Arrow, The Shadow: The Death of Margo Lane and Ghostbusters International.
Really, these are subway and sleepy time shorts, since I only read one of them on the subway. Today, I’m taking a look at a couple of No. 2 issues – Nightwing and Justice League.
Today, we look at two issues featuring female cops as leads – one in a political scandal and a second as a space cop fighting off a Red menace. It’s Dynamite Entertainment’s Control 3 and Green Lanterns 4 from DC Comics in today’s Subway Shorts.
We’re back with more comic book reviews for the week, based on what I read on the subway ride home the night before. Today, we look at the last issue of the Street Fighter-GI Joe crossover and the latest issue of Jughead, as part of the new Archie reimagining.
Ever since the announcement of a Ghostbusters reboot, there have been complaints about the Ghostbusters reboot. I’ve been a fan of the original since the first time I watched it on a VHS as a kid. So I had a little trepidation about seeing the update.
It is new comic book day! Let’s take a look at what we’ve got coming this week!
We close out the week with three books featuring the Trinity of DC Comics – Batman in Detective Comics, Superman in Action Comics and Wonder Woman in… well… Wonder Woman.
Today, we take a break from Rebirth and DC Comics and instead focus on three books from three other publishers. We’ve got comics with established, long-running characters (G.I. Joe – A Real American Hero and Archie) and the latest miniseries detailing a relatively new universe (Jupiter’s Legacy 2). Let’s get started.