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Author Archive: Bill Heuer

Review: We Are Robin #4

The issue opens with a reporter detailing the aftermath of the bombing in the Hall of Records. The reporter confirms the death of “Robin” Troy as the only casualty of the bombing and the...

Review: Grayson #12

Prior to this issue, I had been wondering when we would finally get to see Dick return to Gotham and confront the family he was forced to lie to in order to protect them. With this issue, we get to...

Review: Batman/Superman #24

The issue begins with Superman fighting Aquaman, who we saw in the previous issue as being allied with Ukur. The next panel takes us ten minutes earlier to Batman working with Lucius Fox to stabilize...

Review: Bat-Mite #4

The issue begins with Weed and Reagan coming back to the apartment discussing the consequences of living with Bat-Mite. Reagan is listing all the things he has broken when they walk in on Bat-Mite...

Review: Justice League: Gods and Monsters #3 (Digital Chapters #7-9)

The issue begins with the return of Doctor Psycho as the robotic “Imperiex”. The Justice League determines that it was with their DNA that Doctor Psycho was able to evolve. Imperiex claims to be...

Review: We Are Robin #3

I was a little unsure of this series when it was announced and was not completely on board even after two issues. However, this issue totally hooked me with both the action throughout the issue and...

Review: Justice League: Gods and Monsters #2 (Digital Chapters #4-6)

Beginning at Gotham University, Batman visits Doctor Luthor to talk about Alpert Jackson. Batman reveals his identity to Luthor in the hopes that he will remember him from his days as a student....

Review: Justice League #43

This issue begins with a disturbing scene where Kalibak, son of Darkseid, kills a hound of Apokolips and licks up the blood after the kill. He is interrupted by Steppenwolf who tells Kalibak that...

Review: Justice League: Gods and Monsters #1 (Digital Chapters #1-3)

The issue starts with a brilliant recluse, Jackson Alpert, holding a conference in Switzerland that is told will change the world. We see a hologram version of Alpert talking about how fragile...

Review: Batman/Superman #23

The issue begins exactly where issue #22 left off with Superman hitching a ride on a giant creature into the Earth. Superman is attempting to catch up with Lord Ukur of Subterranea who fled...