WONDER WOMAN: MILESTONES!
A compendium by Bob Reyer
Suffering Sappho! Here's a not-so-quick rundown of some of the major moments in Wonder Woman's more than 75-year history! (For the most part, issue date... Read More...
Script: Joshua Williamson
Art: Howard Porter
Letters: Steve Wands
The Flash #22
The Flash #22 brings part four of “The Button” crossover. It’s the final issue of it and it ends with quite... Read More...
Character Profile: Selina Kyle, A.K.A. Catwoman
Created by: Bob Kane and Bill Finger
Publisher: DC Comics
Comic Book Debut: April 1940 (Batman #1)
Column by: Max Mallet
“I’m Catwoman. Hear me roar.” ... Read More...
Writers: Scott Snyder and Steve Orlando
Artist: Riley Rossmo
Colorist: Ivan Plascencia
Letterer: Clem Robins
Batman/The Shadow is a crossover from DC Comics and Dynamite. Not knowing anything at all about... Read More...
Writers: Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV
Artist: Steve Epting
Colors: Jeremy Cox
Letters: Deron Bennett
Batwoman #2 starts with a flashback to “the lost year” and quickly comes back to the present.... Read More...
Script: Tom King
Pencils: David Finch
Inks: Danny Miki and Trevor Scott
Colors: Jordie Bellaire
Letters: Derron Bennett
Batman #20 brings us part five of the “I Am Bane” storyline, which continues being ... Read More...
Batman: The Killing Joke (1988)
Writer: Alan Moore
Artist: Brian Bolland
Colorists: John Higgins, Brian Bolland
Letterer: Richard Starkings
Review by Max Mallet
*Warning: Spoilers Ahead... Read More...
Writer: James Tynion IV
Artist: Christian Duce Fernandez
Colors: Alex Sinclair
Letters: Sal Cipriano
Review by Deanna Chapman
Detective Comics #951 brings us part one of the “League of Shadows” arc. Th... Read More...
I've Got Batman in My Basement
Directed by: Frank Paur
Written By: Sam Graham and Chris Hubbell
Original Air Date: September 30th 1992
Synopsis: While trying to thwart Penguin's robbery of a ra... 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...