Jay Barrett is a Netflix connoisseur. He's spent years curating his queue list and studying how the streaming service has evolved throughout the years. His achievements include: eating 27 chicken tenders in one sitting, bench-pressing over 275 lbs., and becoming a Pokemon master. He's a national treasure.
Batman just proposed to Catwoman! After 77 years of flirtation, forbidden attraction, mulitversal collapses, reboots, and elseworld stori... Read More...
Writer: Marc Guggenheim
X-Men Gold #2 is simple, effective, and timely as Guggenheim is slowly helming the X-Men back to their former glory.
We rejoin the story after the last issue’s cliff-hanger reemerg... Read More...
Writer: Scott Snyder
Colors: Lee Loughridge
Letters: Steve Wands
Scott Snyder can do no wrong when it comes to Batman. Why? Because he understands the history and meaning of the charac... Read More...
Writer: Marc Guggenheim
X-Men Gold #1 is a welcome, glorious, return to mediocre that comic X-fans have been begging for since 2012.
It’s been a dark, macabre several years for homo superior. Under the mi... Read More...
Writer: Liz Prince
Artist: Amanda Kirk
Colors: Hannah Fisher
Letters: Jim Campbell
Coady and the Creepies would have absolutely been published by your middle school newspaper but I don’t know why an... Read More...
Writer: Sarah Vaughn
Art: Lan Medina
Colors: Jose Villarrubia
Letters: Janice Chiang
Reading this new Deadman book will remind you of that one emo/goth friend you had in high school. It’s sometimes ... Read More...
Writer: Tom King
Pencils + Ink: David Finch
Colors: Jordan Bellaire
Letters: David Finch, Jordan Bellaire, Danny Miki
Batman #16 will make you laugh and scream as Tom King starts a new cha... Read More...
Welcome to Barrett vs. Comics!!!!!
That’s right, I'm Brutal Barrett and I'm here to fight comic books !!!! You already know me from all my gloriously insightful reviews on the site but I just have oh so... Read More...
Writers: Lonnie Nadler + Zac Thompson
Art: Eric Zawadzki
Colors: Dee Cunniffe
The Dregs #1 tackles the expansive socioeconomic gap between the homeless and rich using a brilliantly provocative metaphor... Read More...
Writer: Joshua Williamson
Pencils: Howard Porter
Colors: Alex Sinclair
Letters: Rob Leigh
Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #6 marks the end of a pointless event comic that casually castrat... Read More...