Nightwing 80: Into the Fire

It goes without saying that the Nightwing creative team is publishing one of the best comic books right now. Today’s Nightwing issue is nothing short of a shot of serotonin for Nightwing fans. Not only is this week’s supporting cast used to the best of their ability, but our titular character is once again theContinue reading “Nightwing 80: Into the Fire”

Review: Dark Nights Death Metal: The Last Stories of the DC Universe

Dark Nights Death Metal: The Last Stories of the DC Universe is a lovely farewell story to the DC Rebirth initiative. For a while now, it’s seemed like the rebirth concept had been fading, but with Dark Nights: Death Metal coming to a close ( and DC Future State on the rise) it’s been madeContinue reading “Review: Dark Nights Death Metal: The Last Stories of the DC Universe”

Review: Robin 80th Anniversary Falters More Than it Flourishes

When DC Comics announced a 100-page giant celebrating the character Robin, and the many people who have donned the mask, fans rejoiced. Armed with a plethora of writers who have either made an impact on the character or have a strong love for them. Topple that with a combined thirteen artists and inkers and thisContinue reading “Review: Robin 80th Anniversary Falters More Than it Flourishes”

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.”