Comic Books

Super Sons #5 Review

Written by: Peter Tomasi Art by: Allison Borges Published by: DC Comics After a series of high impact and action packed issues, we finally have an issue where the boys get to rest. Ah, who am I kidding? They can’t stand s...


Lobo/Road Runner Special #1 Review

Written by: Bill Morrison Art by: Kelly Jones Publisher: DC Comics Well this was certainly a surprise. While I love the idea of the DC/Looney Tunes crossover (as much as I love any other “so dumb it’s good”...


Plastic #3 Review

Written by: Doug Wagner Art by: Daniel Hillyard Publisher: Image Image have a tie-game going between the two most bizarre and horrific comics out right now: Plastic and Underwinter. Underwinter comes off as more of an art-house...



Superman #25 Review

Written by: Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Art by: Doug Mahnke and Patrick Gleason Publisher: DC Comics Superman has been arguably the best Rebirth title (save for Aquaman) month in and month out, and while its had its weaker...


Batman #25 Review

Written by: Tom King Art by: Mikel Janin Publisher: DC Comics After the quieter issue of Batman previous issue; at least on the action side of things, we return to not just more action packed issue, but an issue that sheds ligh...