DC Rebirth

Curse Your Sudden, But Inevitable Betrayal (Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps Issue #24 Comic Review)

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps Issue #24   Written by: Robert Venditti Art by: Ethan van Sciver Letters by: Dave Sharpe Colors by: Jason Wright There’s a murderer within the ranks of the ...

The Escape (Supergirl #11 Comic Review)

Supergirl #11 Written by Steve Orlando Pencils and Inks by Brian Ching Colors by Michael Atiyeh It’s the final installment of “Escape from the Phantom Zone”. Can Supergirl and Batgirl defeat the Phant...

Worst. Yacht Club. Ever. (Nightwing #24 Comic Review)

Nightwing #24 Writer: Tim Seeley Pencils: Miguel Mendonca Inks: Diana Conesa Colors: Chris Sotomayor Nightwing soars through a flurry of losers to face down a creep with a five head. What You Need to ...

The First Ring. (Green Lanterns #26 Comic Review)

Green Lanterns #26 Written by Sam Humphries Art by Ronan Cliquet Cover by Mike McKone Before there was a corps representing each emotion on the emotional spectrum, there was one ring with the power to...

Terror Titans 2: A Family Affair (Deathstroke #21 Comic Review)

Deathstroke #21 Written by: Christopher Priest Art by: Diogenes Neves, Jason Paz, Jeromy Cox, and Willie Schubert     Previously: Deathstroke used the speed force that he stole from New Wally Wes...

“WHAT DO MAY FLOWERS BRING?” (Batman #26 Comic Review)

atman #26: The War of Jokes and Riddles: Part Two Writer: Tom King Art: Mikel Janin Cover: Mikel Janin Colored by: June Chung The War for Gotham has begun! The Joker and The Riddler continue their fig...

Send-offs, Sweethearts, and Seekers (Wonder Woman #25 Comic Review)

Wonder Woman #25 Review Written by:: Greg Rucka Art: Bisques Evely, Liam Sharp In this extra-length anniversary issue, we see the resolution of several storylines and the start of a new chapter in Dia...

A Reverse (Flash #24 Comic Review)

The Flash #24 Written By: Joshua Williamson Pencils By: Carmine Di Giandomenico Colors By: Karl Kerschl What You Need to Know: This really was a refreshing way to tackle a crossover. I mean that in th...