BATGIRL #24 REVIEW Writer: Gail Simone Artist: Fernando Pasarin Inker: Jonathan Glapion Colorist: Blond Review by Suzanne Nagda Man, Gail Simone puts the Gordon family through the wringer issue by….
Batwoman #23 Writers: J.H. Williams III & Haden Blackman Artist: Trevor McCarthy Colorist: Guy Major Review by Suzanne Nagda Batwoman #23 delivers another solid issue as Kate Kane prepares to….
All-Star Western #18 Written by: Justin Gray & Jimmy Palmiotti Art by: Moritat Backup Art by: Staz Johnson Cover by: Glenn Fabry Reviewed by Talisha Harrison aka Tali Adina The conclusion of Vandal Savage’s savage….
All-Star Western #17 Review Written by: Justin Gray & Jimmy Palmiotti Art by: Moritat Backup Art by: Staz Johnson Cover by: Bill Sienkiewicz Reviewed by: Talisha Harrison aka Tali Adina A new story arc begins….
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….
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….
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….
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 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….
Justice League Dark #4 In the Dark Part Four: By the Light of the Moon Written by Peter Milligan Art by Mikel Janin Review by Bobby Shortle Confused; that’s the….