Review: Batman 90 Explores the Sins Past of Gotham’s Rogues

Writer James Tynion IV has written many Batman stories in his career. Whether under the flagship title itself or another series, the writer has built a reputation for writing a traditional Batman/Bruce Wayne. But it’s this issue that shows his knack for understanding Gotham’s people doesn’t stop with the heroes, it extends to the villainsContinue reading “Review: Batman 90 Explores the Sins Past of Gotham’s Rogues”

Strange Adventures Review: Adam Strange: War Hero or Monster?

Writer Tom King is looking for another home-run in Strange Adventures, and he might just get it. Luckily, Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads have a knack for taking shelved characters and bringing them into the limelight. However, this time they’re accompanied by the classic Golden Age style of Evan Shaner. With these superstar artistsContinue reading “Strange Adventures Review: Adam Strange: War Hero or Monster?”

Review: The Flash 750 Carries More Than Two Surprises

The Flash 750 holds a plethora of writers and artists per story that make for one of the most spectacular issues for the series. Writers Joshua Williamson, Geoff Johns, Frances Manpaul, Brian Buccellato, Marv Wolfman, and Scott Lobdell and artists Rafa Sandoval, Stephen Segovia, Jordi Tarragona Scott Kolins, Frances Manpaul, Riley Rossmo, David Marquez, BrettContinue reading “Review: The Flash 750 Carries More Than Two Surprises”

Review: Batman Curse of the White Knight Book 7: The Fall of The Batman

Batman Curse of the White Knight Book 7 is the penultimate issue of the sequel to Sean Gordon Murphy’s hit series Batman White Knight. After learning the shocking truth about the Wayne family’s wealth, Bruce is rethinking everything. The consuming melancholy tone throughout the issue is further pushed by the stellar writing and art byContinue reading “Review: Batman Curse of the White Knight Book 7: The Fall of The Batman”

Review: Batman 89 showcases the brewing storm in Gotham

Last week’s issue of Batman by James Tynion IV was a nonstop thriller. With Gulliem March and Danny Miki on art, the issue has a very ‘classic’ Batman feel to it. To be Moree specific, an early 2000’s Batman story. This is further enforced by the striking colors by Gulliem March and Carlo Pagulayan whoContinue reading “Review: Batman 89 showcases the brewing storm in Gotham”

Review: Daredevil #18 showcases the importance of small victories

What happens when a deranged crime lord kidnaps the granddaughter of a rivaling mob family? Writer Chip Zdarsky and skilled artist Jorge Fornés ask this very question in Daredevil 18. The issue opens with The Owl kidnapping Libris’, the very same head of the Libris crime family Izzy Libris, granddaughter. Chip Zdarsky once again envelopesContinue reading “Review: Daredevil #18 showcases the importance of small victories”

Review: “To Alfred”: Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P.

When Former Batman writer Tom King killed Alfred Pennyworth last August (Batman #77) everyone knew that the repercussions would ripple though the threads of of the Bat-Family. Now, about six months after publication, we all get to grieve. Writers Peter Tomasi and James Tynion IV team up with artists Eddy Barrows, Chris Burnham, Sumit Kumar,Continue reading “Review: “To Alfred”: Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P.”