Reviews

Super Sons #15 Review

Written by: Peter Tomasi Art by: Carlo Barberi, Art Thibert Published by: DC Comics Super Sons enters a penultimate issue. Last arc of Super Sons gives us more of the same, for better or worse. We have some really fun interacti...


Batman #45 Review

Written by: Tom King Art by: Tony S Daniel Published by: DC Comics “Tom King is a good writer,” I whisper to myself, choking back tears as I read Batman #45. I repeat this mantra to myself a good dozen times per page. Occa...


Superman#45 Review

Written by: Peter Tomasi & Patrick Gleason Art by: Patrick Gleason Published by: DC Comics This is a proper send off to one of the greatest Superman arcs in modern times, and it’s done in a small way: The Kents are sa...



My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #65 Review

Written By: Thom Zahler Art By: Andy Price Published By: IDW First thing’s first: IDW, you got like six books worth reading this week. That’s insane. Like bravo and all, but I only have so many hours in the day, and...


Prismstalker #2 Review

Written By: Sloane Leong Art By: Sloane Leong Published By: Image Comics If I had to pick two words to describe Prismstalker, the first would be “enchanting” and the second would be “trippy.” My gut tell...