Elektra Vol. 1 Review

Elektra Vol. 1 Written by W. Haden Blackman Art by Mike Del Mundo Colors by Mike Del Mundo & Marco D’Alfonso Letters by VC’s Clayton Cowles Review by Logan Anthony Rowland Someone’s assassin. Elektra... Read More...

Gender Issues: Elektra

Welcome back to Gender Issues, the bi-monthly column about what comics featuring women have to offer. Lately, we’ve been taking a look at Marvel and their slew of female leads. Captain Marvel, Black Widow, Ms. ... Read More...

Elektra #1 Review

Elektra #1 Writer – W. Haden Blackman Artist – Michael Del Mundo Colors – Mike Del Mundo w/ Marco D’Alfonso Lettering – Clayton Cowles Review by Joey Braccino This comic is amazing. Period. ... Read More...

Gender Issues: Batwoman

There’s been a lot of talk about Kate Kane recently. Batwoman, as she’s better known, fights in Gotham City and deals primarily with mystical elements. Her relationship with Batman is loose, and her role in his... Read More...

Batwoman #22 Review

Batwoman #22 Story by J. H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman Art by Trevor McCarthy, Colors by Guy Major Review by Mara Wood   On the mission to uncover information on Batman, Batwoman... Read More...

Batwoman #17 Review

Batwoman #17 Story by J. H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman Art by J. H. Williams III Review by Mara Whiteside   But reality doesn’t tear at the seems like cloth. Reality gets disembowele... Read More...

Batwoman #16 Review

Batwoman #16 Story by J. H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman Art by J. H. Williams III Review by Mara Whiteside   The Batwoman team has shown their readers that they can handle larger-th... Read More...