Review: Legion Lost #1

LEGION LOST #1 Written by Paul Levitz Art by Francis Portela I have an admission…I did not like Legion Lost. At all. It’s not that it’s poorly written or drawn; it’s because I just didn’t care and noth... Read More...

Review: Suicide Squad #1

Suicide Squad #1 Written by Adam Glass Pencils by Federico Dallocchio Inks by Ransom Getty The John Ostrander Suicide Squad ran 66 issues back in the 90s and was one of my favorite books. It was “Th... Read More...

Review: Batman & Robin #1

Batman & Robin #1 Written by Peter J. Tomasi Pencils by Patrick Gleason Inks by Mick Gray To be fair, this relaunch has been a haven for me insomuch as I fell off with many books many years ago,... Read More...

Review: Red Lanterns #1

Red Lanterns #1 Issue Title: With Blood and Rage Written by Peter Milligan Pencils by Ed Benes Inks by Ed Benes ME ANGRRYYYYY!!! Red Lanterns #1 is an oppressively dark, unyieldingly bleak, and unapol... Read More...

Review: DeathStroke #1

DEATHSTROKE #1 Issue Title: Back To Basics Written by Kyle Higgins Pencils by Joe Bennett Inked by Art Thibert DEATHSTROKE #1 finds our character, Slade Wilson, fresh off of a multi-target assassination ... Read More...

Review: Grifter #1

GRIFTER #1 Issue Title: 17 Minutes Written by Nathan Edmonoson Pencils by Cafu Inked by Jason Gorder Cole Argent is a con man who is suddenly hearing dark and sinister voices inside of his head. ... Read More...

Review: Detective Comics # 1

DETECTIVE COMICS #1 Written and Drawn by Tony Daniel Inked by Ryan Winn As a huge fan of Batman in general – he’s my favorite superhero – I was particularly excited about the reboot of Detective Comics as... Read More...

Review: Batgirl #1

BATGIRL #1 Written by Gail Simone Pencils by Ardian Syaf Inks by Vincente Cifuentes One of the coolest things about DC's New 52 launch is that they have the unique ability to rewrite history and tweak chara... Read More...

Review: Animal Man #1

Animal Man #1 Written by Jeff Lemire Art by Travel Foreman and Dan Green Animal Man #1 is a perfect example of what most excites me about this DC New 52 relaunch. It gives me the opportunity to drink i... Read More...

Review: Men of War #1

MEN OF WAR #1 Written by Ivan Brandon Art by Tom Derrenick Men of War is strange. And not good strange. The book is split into two parts, with the first part following Corp. Joseph Rock through his ass... Read More...