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Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #1

The Suicide Squad and Justice League square off against each other while a villainous gang is assembled for an unknown purpose in Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #1.   See several striving...

Review: Batman v Superman Tie-Ins Part 2

Today we continue our look at the tie-in material for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. If you didn’t catch part one of our coverage, yesterday, head over here to check it out.   Cross...

DC TV Update: TBU Links # 19

Greetings and salutations, dear Bat-fans. I apologize for the lengthy delay. I was called away to Gotham. The Sons of Batman had a meeting and I needed to be there. I’ve already said too much....

Review: Batwoman #40

Batwoman #40, titled Nocturne in Red, opens up with Batwoman coordinating a search of Morgaine Le Fay by Etrigan, Ragman and Clayface with Red Alice at her side. Coincidentally Batwoman and Red Alice...

Review: Teen Titans #5

Reading the Teen Titans is making it increasingly clear that Will Pfeifer is attempting to reach a very specific audience through his writing. In this instance, that audience is very young adults....

Review: Teen Titans #2

Two issues in, and I just don’t know what to think of the relaunched Teen Titans. To be honest, I think it could use a different artist. Not because Rocafort is bad, but I think a more animated...

Review: Teen Titans #1

We have a new creative team, a new direction, and a new number one. This issue was decent. My problem in reading this (and I blame myself mostly) was that I was taking everything too seriously. I was...

Review: Forever Evil #3

The issue opens with Batman explaining to Silas Stone what happened when the Crime Syndicate came through the portal. Whilst he and Catwoman were tending to Victor, Deathstorm attacked Firestorm and...

Review: Forever Evil #2

The issue, written by Geoff Johns with art by David Finch, once again starts with Lex Luthor as he explores the blacked-out lower levels of Lex Corp. On the way to his destination he finds Otis, a...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Justice League #16

A quick rehash for those of you who have not been following this particular story: this issue is continued from Aquaman #15. Orm, a.k.a. Ocean Master, the brother of Arthur, is now the king of...