Comic Books

Batman: DawnBreaker #1

Written by: Sam Humphries Art by: Ethan Van Sciver Published by: DC Comics Has anyone every asked: What if Bruce Wayne got a Lantern Power Ring at an early stage of his life? Well Dawnbreaker does, starting with a fan-maligned ...


Interview with Freddie Williams at Megacon Tampa Bay

During the Tampa Bay Megacon, I took several minutes to talk to Freddie Williams, the artist behind such books as Batman/TMNT He-man/Thundercats, Robin, and many others. We discussed the new volume of Batman/TMNT as well what t...


Eugenic #1 Review

Written by:  James Tynion IV Art by:  Eryk Donovan Publisher: Boom! Studios Eugenics, the science of improving a human population by controlled breeding, has a negative historical connotation to it. Eugenic theories are typ...



Batman #32 Review

Written by: Tom King Art by: Mikel Janin Published by: DC Comics   War of the Jokes and Riddles comes to a somewhat shocking but also somewhat anticlimactic conclusion and I am not talking about finally finding out the ans...


Avengers #672 Review

Written by: Mark Waid Art by: Jesus Saiz Published by: Marvel Comics A good Avengers book should have at least one of three things: Captain America (Steve Rogers) Iron Man (Tony Stark) Thor (the Odinson) No offense to Sam Wilso...