The War of Jokes and Riddles kicks off in Batman, while his son gets into a row with Superboy in Super Sons. And we get some resolution to an Archie […]
It’s the fifth Wednesday of the month, which means the pickings are slim for new books, but I’m sure we’ll make it through.
Big week this week, as we finally get the last issue of the Batman-Flash crossover and new storylines kick off all over the place!
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 […]
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!
DC Comics kicks off one of its most anticipated crossovers this week, with “The Button” being the highlight of another packed week of comics.
Another week packed with what looks to be a lot of big releases, and I know I’m going to have a lot of fun going through these books. But what’s […]
Family reunions are a big theme in today’s edition, as we take a look at the first issue of Jeff Lemire’s new book, Royal City, which focuses on a writer […]
It was going to be a relatively slow week in terms of new comics, but I managed to find some things to stretch out my reading, with a few new […]
It’s a big week of comics and only about half of the books I’m buying are related to DC Comics’ Rebirth initiative. Let’s take a look at what we have […]
I’m giving thanks today for a great selection of comics available today! Let’s take a look at what’s on offer this week.
We have a short week of content here, as I’m only working two days this week to prepare for an early Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday night. In honor of that, I’m […]
Today’s books for review are all over the place, spanning from National City to Krypton (Supergirl), from the deepest reaches of space to Warworld (Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps), and a New York Police Department interrogation room… at least a few weeks in the future (The Black Monday Murders).
Another Wednesday, which means it’s New Comic Book Day!
There were a lot of first issues released this week – I looked at Death of Hawkman 1 yesterday – and today I look at three more (with one more still to go!). The ride home last night gave me the chance to take a look at He-Man/Thundercats 1 and Shade the Changing Girl from DC Comics and Moonshine 1 […]