This week in DC, Supergirl gives the Maid of Steel a strong start, Cyborg #1 is a good place to start for new readers, and there are strong issues of Nightwing and Batman. Read More
This week in DC: The Legend of Wonder Woman sticks the landing, Gotham Academy is back, and John Ostrander has a new Suicide Squad story. Read More
Harley Quinn takes on Hitler, Deathstroke’s excellent revival continues, Superman outsmarts Doomsday and Blue Beetle back! All this and more in our reviews of this week’s DC Comics. Read More
I counted over 10 big fight sequences this week in DC but only a few of them are really good. What is good? Supergirl makes a magnificent return to comics, Gotham Girl gets an origin, and Green Arrow gets blown up. Read More
The Rebirth of Deathstroke shines under Christopher Priest’s pen, ‘All-Star Batman’ by Scott Snyder debuts and Lois Lane finally gets superpowers. That, plus more Wonder Woman Year One and the satire of modern life continues in the ‘Flintstones.’ Read More
Harley Quinn is everywhere! Fighting zombies! Working for the government! Hanging out with Ivy! Oh, and new issues of Batman, Superman, Nightwing, Aquamn, JLA, Green Lantern and Green Arrow too. Read More
It’s a good week across the board for Gotham’s youth movement, as Batgirl, Nightwing, the students of Batman Boot Camp, and even Red Hood deliver strong issues! Read More
The original Birds of Prey are reunited at last, and Constantine is back in his old stomping grounds. Meanwhile, who are Gotham and Gotham Girl? Read More
‘Nightwing’ debuts strong and ‘Flash’ continues to establish itself as one of DC’s best new books. Meanwhile, dueling Wonder Woman origins! Read More
Future Quest and Flintstones offer something different from the regular DC lineup, while the Rebirth books mostly continue Rebirth’s winning streak. Just don’t ask about Bloodlines. Read More
It’s a small week for DC Comics but Legend of Wonder Woman leads a quality line-up featuring Grayson, The Dark Knight Returns III and, surprisingly, Deathstroke.
All Supergirl fans should be reading this new series but the rest of the non-Rebirth books from DC are a decidedly mixed bunch. Read More
In which Corrina gets ranty about Lex Luthor but we enjoy all of these week’s Rebirth titles, especially Wonder Woman and Flash. Read More
Looking for a great superhero comic this week? Check out Astro City, which is head and shoulders above the rest of DC’s offerings this week. Read More
We’ve enjoyed the DC Rebirth titles this month from DC. And then came this week….still, there’s a spectacular Batman issue and a freaky issue of Clean Room. Read More
Ray takes a look at the imaginative Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy crossover, and we check out the final issues of Constantine the Hellblazer, Black Canary, Green Lantern Corps: The Edge of Oblivion, and Red Hood/Arsenal. Hint: we’ll only miss the first two. But we love the new Adventures of Supergirl, the title that the Woman of Steel richly deserves.
Wonder Woman, Flash, Detective, Action Comics, and Aquaman all successfully restart with their Rebirth issues. Wacky Racers, however, never gets past the starting gate. Read More
The number of Doctor Fates in the DC Universe doubles, DC begins the return of Terry McGuinness and Harley Quinn takes on Nazis this week in DC. Read More
Batman’s new writer has a spectacular start, Black Canary and Green Arrow get the band back together, two new Lanterns try to bond and, well, the new Superman isn’t sure what to do yet. Read More
This week sees the last issue of the instant classic, The Omega Men, as well as the most oddball, weird and delightful fun group of character in the Secret Six. We’re also going to miss the casts of We Are Robin and Batgirl. The latter series isn’t going away but the new creative team is taking us away from the Batgirl of Burnside.
DC Comics reorders its universe once again, starting with Rebirth #1. Ray dug the old-school vibe, while Corrina thinks it’s a far more of an advertisement than a good story. Read More
Martian Manhunter and Titans Hunt come to a close, but it’s the Hanna-Barberra heroes of Future Quest who steal the day. Read More
This week, Supergirl flies back into comics with a book, Adventures of Supergirl, based on her television show and if you’re a fan of the show, you should buy it. If you’re a fan of Supergirl, you should buy it. Read More
In a lackluster week, Midnighter and Wonder Woman steal all the good moments. Well, except for Shaggy Shazam, that is. Read More
Omega Men speeds to a conclusion, a definitive Batman run wraps up, and We Are Robin and Black Canary are determined to go out on top. But the less said about Teen Titans, Superman/Wonder Woman and Justice League 3001, the better. Read More
The most entertainment value of the week is found on Harley’s Little Black Book team-up with Zatanna, and not just because the creative team is not-so-gently tweaking the co-Publisher of DC Comics.
Women shine this week at DC but none more so that Amanda Waller in a plan shooting down Nazis. Plus, looks like a version of TV Supergirl is coming to the DCU. Read More
This week, Batgirl hits 50, Peter J. Tomasi hit two runs this week with his work on Superman and Batman: Detective Comics, and I became distracted by Mikel Janin’s art on Superman. So pretty. Read More
Just four comics this week from DC but they’re all excellent. Read More
Secret Six guest-starring Batgirl is bittersweet this week and, meanwhile, Midnighter hops around the DC Universe. (But not to fight Deathstroke, thankfully.) Read More