Superman Reborn raises more questions than it answers, but Midnighter and Apollo concludes in spectacular fashion. Read More
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Parents and children take center stage in our two favorite comics this week, Superman #11, with Batman and Superman and their Super-Sons, and Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye #2, where Cave and his daughter, Chloe, must work together against nefarious forces.
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
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
‘Nightwing’ debuts strong and ‘Flash’ continues to establish itself as one of DC’s best new books. Meanwhile, dueling Wonder Woman origins! Read More
‘Grayson: Agents of Spyral’ contains the first four issues of the series, plus the ‘Futures End’ tie-in and a story from ‘Secret Origins’ issue eight. I was really surprised by the story after having read it. The writers were true to the character, making him boyish and happy-go-lucky. He was still high-flying and quick with a quip. He still kicked major butt. He was the same Dick Grayson who has been a fan-favorite for these past 75 years. Read More
When you walk into Four Star Studios the first thing you notice are the action figures lining numerous shelves all around the office. Your eyes then pass over the bookcases filled with graphic novels. Then there’s the entertainment center that … Read More