I’m writing from an Amtrak train on its way to Boston, which is appropriately the first name of one of the characters being talked about here! Read on for reviews of Deadman: Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love and The Shadow: The Death of Margo Lane. Advertisements
Now that the pre-Flashpoint Superman has dispatched of Doomsday and the Eradicator, he finally has the opportunity for some down time. Let’s take a look at Superman 7 and Trinity 1.
There’s a lot to catch up on this morning, as DC Comics released the opening two chapters of the first Rebirth-era crossover, along with a new book focusing on DC’s Big Three and Big Blue takes a day off. This edition of Subway Shorts covers Batman 7 and Nightwing 5, the first two chapters of “Night of the Monster Men.”
Today, IDW starts a revolution where everyone seems like a jerk and Dark Horse introduces us to a Martian who just wants to be loved. I’m looking at Revolution 1 and Black Hammer 3.
Mark Waid finishes his first year in Riverdale and a flashback to Seattle one year ago highlights today’s edition.
It’s an extra-sized edition today, taking a look at four DC Comics Rebirth books released last Wednesday – Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps, The Flash and Wonder Woman.
It was another set of randomly chosen comics read on the R train and then the N train heading back to Astoria last night, which now brings us to The Black Monday Murders and Scooby Apocalypse.
I know that tomorrow is technically Batman Day, but we’re going to do a Bat-themed Subway Shorts today. Well, really, it’s mostly centered around Tim Drake, Batman’s third Robin, currently […]
What a huge load of comics I just bought! The new twice-monthly mandate on a number of comics – plus a large amount of books I’m interested in being released in the second week of the month – is pulverizing my bank account today. Let’s take a look.
It’s sidekick day at the Casual Geekery, with quick looks at the latest issues of Nightwing and Jughead. Now there’s a team-up that someone should make happen!
The comics from August’s Fifth Week are finished off with a look at two DC Comics books that aren’t branded as part of Rebirth – Gotham Academy Annual 1 and Justice League of America 9.
Another one-shot today as I take a look at Top Cow’s new series, Eden’s Fall.
Just one book telling two stories this week as we head back to the 1970s to see how a couple of iconic sci-fi TV characters got their starts, in IDW’s X-Files: Origins.
We finish off a jam-packed week with a little variety, with another day of three books with well-established characters from three different publishers – DC Comics’ The Flash, Archie Comics’ Archie and IDW’s GI Joe: A Real American Hero.
How about we start the work week with three books from three different publishers that have some odd stuff going on. Today focuses on Titans 2, Weird Detective 3 and Ghostbusters International 8.
There’s no theme to the books I read last night on the train, I literally did “Eeny Meeny Miny Moe” to choose. So today we have Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps and Wacky Raceland.