Harley Quinn Romances #1 Review

Harley Quinn Romances #1 Review – It’s Valentine’s Day and Harley Quinn (as well as other DC characters) have big plans! In Harley Quinn Romances #1, an 86 page anthology, romance is front and center. Unfortunately, as far as anthologies go, I wasn’t feeling the love with this one, though there are a couple bright spots throughout it. Continue reading Harley Quinn Romances #1 Review

The Flash: One-Minute War Special #1 Review

The Flash: One-Minute War Special #1 Review – A lot can happen in 60 seconds…as the Flash event “One-Minute War” rages on, writer Jeremy Adams gives you further insights into the alien speedster race that has invaded Central City, and how the Flash Family fights back. Check out The Flash: One-Minute War Special #1 Review HERE! Continue reading The Flash: One-Minute War Special #1 Review

Action Comics #1051 Review

Action Comics #1051 begins a new format for DC’s most action-packed title, offering not one, not two, but three epic adventures of Superman and the entire Super-Family! Following the bombshell events of Action Comics #1050, the world’s relationship with Superman is forever changed, the upper limits of his supercharged powers have yet to be reached, and the House of El’s transformation of Metropolis, led by Steel, has begun. But Lex Luthor has found the perfect instrument with which to undo everything Superman is working to achieve: Metallo, whose hatred of Superman is matched only by his hatred for Luthor himself. Then, in “Lois and Clark 2: Doom Rising,” Dan Jurgens and Lee Weeks return to tell the tale of young Jon Kent on the farm with his parents, learning about his abilities, coming of age…and battling the Doombreaker?! And finally, Power Girl returns in part one of a three-part story spinning out of Lazarus Planet! This issue marks the first appearance of new characters, new costumes, and a new era of Action Comics! It all starts here! Continue reading Action Comics #1051 Review

Action Comics #1050 Review

The Dark Crisis is over, and a new dawn shines on the DCU! In the wake of cataclysmic battles with Mongul, Henry Bendix, and Pariah’s Dark Army, Kal-El is back on Earth and here to stay. And the people of our planet are ready to look up, up, and away into a brighter tomorrow. Well…most of the people. Clark Kent’s reunion with Lois and his son, Jon Kent, proves fleeting when strikes the ultimate attack from Superman’s greatest adversary: Lex Luthor. But this time something is different…Luthor has stolen something from Clark’s life, something so important that it will change the very planet itself! If you think you’ve seen the biggest battle between Superman and Lex Luthor—think again! This clash will rock the course of their lives forever…and it’s only the beginning.

Two years’ worth of Superman stories come to a head in this oversize anniversary issue with all-star talent that launches Superman and the DCU into an exciting new era! Continue reading Action Comics #1050 Review

Action Comics #1049 Review

“KAL-EL RETURNS” PART 5-THE EPIC CROSSOVER BETWEEN ACTION COMICS AND SUPERMAN: SON OF KAL-EL CONTINUES! We’re only one month away from the mammoth Action Comics #1050, and tensions between the Super-Family and Lex Luthor have never been higher. Meanwhile, in the Fortress of Solitude, Steel, Supergirl, and Kong Kenan repel an alien invasion! Continue reading Action Comics #1049 Review

Punchline: The Gotham Game #4 Review

Punchline: The Gotham Game #4 Review – After the events of Catwoman #50, Punchline’s operations are in total disarray. Or are they? In Punchline: The Gotham Game #4, Roman Sionis (AKA Black Mask) attempts to gain control of the Gotham drug trade, pulling together the heads of all the Gotham crime families, as well as recruiting Tiger Shark and The Ventriloquist (along with Mr. Scarface) to assist in keeping the drugs flowing. But Punchline and her Royal Flush Gang aren’t going to give up control that easily, and Bluebird (AKA Harper Row) is also gunning for Punchline. Gothamites, clear the streets, there’s a Mexican standoff coming! Continue reading Punchline: The Gotham Game #4 Review

Harley Quinn #26 Review

Harley Quinn #26 Review – It’s Harley overload in Harley Quinn #26! Last issue, The Harley Who Laughs was revealed to be jumping across multiple Earths, killing Harleys on each one so she will ultimately be the last Harley alive in the multiverse. But our Harley and Old Lady Harley (who was accidentally transported to Earth-Prime) battled The Harley Who Laughs and smashed her multiversal transporter, causing Harleys from dozens of other Earths to suddenly appear on Earth-Prime. Now, all those Harleys are wreaking havoc across Gotham City and our Harley has to call in some old friends in a desperate attempt to save the city. Also, Kevin gives Harley some tough love! Batwoman gets ambushed by four violent Harleys! Victor Zsasz gets made up! And can I please get paid a dollar for every time I use the word “Harley” in this paragraph? I need a new car! No? Aw f*#@! Continue reading Harley Quinn #26 Review

DC Horror Presents: Sgt. Rock vs. The Army of the Dead #5 Review

DC Horror Presents: Sgt. Rock vs. The Army of the Dead #5 Review: hey’ve blasted their way through impossible scenarios and burned their way through throngs of undead soldiers. But now Sgt. Rock and Easy Company find themselves hot on the trail of an enemy even they may not be able to handle: an über-upgraded, rejuvenation serum-addicted Adolf Hitler. Check out the DC Horror Presents: Sgt. Rock vs. The Army of the Dead #5 Review HERE! Continue reading DC Horror Presents: Sgt. Rock vs. The Army of the Dead #5 Review

The Flash #791 Review

The Flash #791 Review – “The One-Minute War,” part two! The heroes are split after the alien speedsters known as the Fraction smashed into Central City, and must attempt to fend off attacks while trying to formulate a plan. But there’s no time for the heroes to take a breather, as besides the speedsters, Miss Murder is also hunting the team—and she has speed hounds… Check out The Flash #791 Review HERE! Continue reading The Flash #791 Review

The New Champion of Shazam! #4 Review

The New Champion of Shazam! #4 Review – Mary Marvel continues carrying on the mantle of Shazam in The New Champion of Shazam! #4, which closes the mini-series with the resolution of Mary’s missing parents, as well as revealing the master villain who has been working in the shadows throughout the mini-series, wreaking havoc with Fawcett City and Mary herself. Continue reading The New Champion of Shazam! #4 Review

The Flash #790 Review

The Flash #790 Review – As any super-speedster worth their salt will tell you, time can move pretty slow for the incredibly fast. So what happens when an entire armada of conquering speedster aliens shows up on Earth’s doorstep? The most intense battle the Earth has ever waged in the span of 60 seconds begins! Check out The Flash #790 Review HERE! Continue reading The Flash #790 Review

Danger Street #2 Review

Danger Street #2 Review – Danger Street #2 continues Tom King’s story with characters semi-obscure (The Creeper and Warlord) to characters that have been nearly totally forgotten (Lady Cop and The Dingbats of Danger Street) in a Watchmen-type story that explores the dark corners of the DC Universe, including Apokolips. It’s an attempt to give these forgotten characters a purpose in modern day DC Earth-Prime, and like last issue, it stumbles a lot along the way. Continue reading Danger Street #2 Review

WildC.A.T.s #3 Review

WildC.A.T.s #3 Review – The Halo Corporation has introduced their version of The Seven Soldiers of Victory, but Grifter, Zealot, Deathblow and Maxine are still on the front lines in WildC.A.T.s #3, coming into conflict with The Court of Owls while in the midst of a mission to protect a child who, if killed, would trigger a “Crisis”-level event. It’s an action-packed issue filled with swordplay, bullets and intrigue. Continue reading WildC.A.T.s #3 Review

Gotham City: Year One #4 Review

Gotham City: Year One #4 Review – The new crime-noir classic rolls on! Slam Bradley’s search for the Wayne heiress takes a tragic, deadly turn and the simmering pot that is Gotham City is about to boil over! As the world falls apart around him, Slam must decide between justice and revenge—a choice that will echo down the generations and redefine both Gotham and Batman! Check out the Gotham City: Year One #4 Review HERE! Continue reading Gotham City: Year One #4 Review

The Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #4 Review

The Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #4 Review – Why did The Joker cross town? To get to the bottom of the mystery that has been haunting him: Who is the man pretending to be The Joker and what does he want? But every lead he follows is a dead end, and every move he makes brings the Red Hood one step closer to him. What happens when the former Clown Prince of Crime comes face-to-face with the current crime boss of Gotham? Everyone is dying to find out. Check out the Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #4 Review HERE! Continue reading The Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #4 Review

DC Vs. Vampires #12 Review

DC Vs. Vampires #12 Review – Supergirl’s mission to get off-world comes to an explosive end. And it’s Batgirl versus Nightwing for the fate of the entire planet—the stakes couldn’t be higher as the future of humankind is on the line! Check it out in the DC Vs. Vampires #12 Review HERE! Continue reading DC Vs. Vampires #12 Review

Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 Review

Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 Review – The Great Darkness is defeated, but the final war has only just begun between the remaining heroes and Deathstroke’s Dark Army! Who will be left standing? The Justice League and the infinite Earths have returned, but at what cost? Do not miss the shocking conclusion that launches the DCU into 2023! Check out the Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 Review HERE! Continue reading Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 Review

Harley Quinn The Animated Series: Legion of Bats #3 Review

Harley Quinn The Animated Series: Legion of Bats #3 Review – Poison Ivy, the new leader of The Legion of Doom, is busy interviewing potential new members as Harley continues her exploits with the Bat Family in Harley Quinn The Animated Series: Legion of Bats #3. Mayor Joker (yes, on this Earth, The Joker is the Mayor of Gotham City) is kidnapped and held hostage! A lover from Ivy’s past shows up with a mysterious proposal! Harley takes on a new Bat-themed identity! All this, and Frank the giant talking Venus Flytrap too! Continue reading Harley Quinn The Animated Series: Legion of Bats #3 Review