Batman #7 Review

Batman #7 Written by Scott Snyder Pencils by Greg Capullo Inks by Jonathan Glapion Review by Bobby Shortle Scott Snyder's Batman has been all about history. The genealogy of the Wayne's, the ... Read More...

Wonder Woman #7 Review

Wonder Woman #7 Written by Brain Azzarello Art & Cover by Cliff Chiang Colors by Matthew Wilson Reviewed by Steve Seigh Happy birthday Wonder Woman! Okay, now that we've done that let's tal... Read More...

Swamp Thing #7 Review

Swamp Thing #7 Written by Scott Snyder Art by Yanick Paquette Colors by Nathan Fairbairn Review by Bobby Shortle There is something rather stunning about an artist's ability to be patient. Scot... Read More...

Justice League #6 Review

Justice League #6 Written by Geoff Johns Art by Jim Lee and Scott Williams Review by Bobby Shortle It has taken me a full six issues to fully understand my problems with Justice League, but now ... Read More...

Batman #6 Review

Batman #6 Written by Scott Snyder Pencils by Greg Capullo Inks by Jonathan Glapion Review by Bobby Shortle The task of following up something as unique and satisfying as Batman #5 is daunting to sa... Read More...

Review: Batman and Robin #6

Batman and Robin #6 Written by Peter J. Tomasi Pencils by Patrick Gleason Ink by Mick Gray Reviewed by Aaron White HOMERUN. With baseball season just around the corner, that's the first word th... Read More...

Justice League #5 Review

I was all ready to write the book off after issue four and if I didn't have such a big weakness for Johns's writing I would have probably done so. Well, this is one instance where addiction pays off because Justice League #5 is the first issue in the series that I've felt truly satisfies.

Batman #5 Review

Batman #5 Written by Scott Snyder Pencils by Greg Capullo Inks by Jonathan Glapion Review by Bobby Shortle It's been a few days since I first read Scott Snyder's Batman #5 and it has taken th... Read More...