Reviews

Quick Reviews of Stupid Comics 7-21-17

Hey guys. This week has been a fucking mess, so I’m 1) not drunk and 2) not in the mood to be funny. Between work being hell and Chester Bennington’s passing, I’m tapped on what you’d call joy. My only s...


Super Sons #6 Review

Written by: Peter Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jimenez Publisher: DC Comics Super Sons continues in creating it’s own voice after a short respite in a previous issue. Jon and Damian’s adventures continue here and Damian con...


Superman #27 Review

Written by: Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Art by: Scott Godlewski Publisher: DC Comics What is the best way to get an American history lesson you ask? Read a Superman comic! Superman #27 finally delivers on the promise of a...



Royal City #5 Review

Written by: Jeff Lemire Art by: Jeff Lemire Publisher: Image Welp, we’re now at issue #5 of Royal City, and it’s still an absolute treat. If this weren’t written by Jeff Lemire, I’d call it a sleeper hit, a wonderful li...


Batman #27 Review

Written by: Tom King Art by: Clay Mann Publisher: DC Comics What makes a villain? Read and find out! War of Jokes and Riddles continues to evolve and continues being the best arc so far, even with only seldom use of the main ch...