Dark Knights: Metal #6 Review

Writer: Scott Snyder Pencils: Greg Capullo Inks: Jonathan Glapion Colors: FCO Plascencia Letters: Steve Wands Dark Knights: Metal #6 All is lost. The earth has descended into the Dark Multive... Read More...

Dark Knights: Metal #5 Review

Writer: Scott Snyder Pencils: Greg Capullo Inks: Jonathan Glapion Colors: FCO Plascencia Letters: Steve Wands Since it started Dark Knights: Metal has been building, issue after issue has ramped ... Read More...

Batman #36 Review

Writer: Tom King Artist: Clay Mann Inks: Clay Mann & Seth Mann Colors: Jordie Bellaire Letters: Clayton Cowles Getting engaged is supposed to be one of the happiest moments in your life, an e... Read More...

Action Comics #987 Review

Action Comics #987 Review Written by Dan Jurgens Pencils by Viktor Bogdanovic Inks by Jonathon Glapion, Jay Leiston and Viktor Bogdanovic Colours by Mike Spicer Reviewed by Lorna Maltman (maltman... Read More...

Character Profile: Superman

Character Profile: Superman Created by: Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster Publisher: DC Comics First Publishing Date: May 1938 Column by: Max Mallet “For a lot of people, Superman is and has always been Ameri... Read More...

Wonder Woman: A Beginner’s Guide

No other female comic book character has grown to be the icon that Wonder Woman is. With over 70 years under her belt, she’s fought Nazis, Greek gods, and social issues in the patriarch’s world. As the brainchi... Read More...

Superman #19 Review

Story: Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Pencils: Patrick Gleason Inks: Mick Gray Colors: John Kalisz Letters: Rob Leigh Superman #19 is part three in a crossover with Action Comics for the “Superman: ... Read More...

Superwoman #7 Review

Superwoman #7 Script & Layouts: Phil Jimenez Finishes: Matt Santorelli Pencils/Inks: Jack Herbert (pages 6-16) Letters: Josh Reed Colors: Hi-Fi Superwoman #7 concludes the Who Killed Supe... Read More...

Action Comics #973 Review

Action Comics #973 Variant Writer: Dan Jurgens Artists: Patch Zircher & Stephen Segovia Inkers: Patch Zircher & Art Thibert Letters: Rob Leigh It’s finally time to wrap up the lingering ... Read More...