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Review: Batman: The Merciless #1

Overview: Batman gets a new hat and then eats a bomb.   Synopsis: Langley, Virginia. HQ of A.R.G.U.S. – the War Room. Sam Lane, Amanda Waller, Steve Trevor, Father Time, Mr. Bones, a Colonel...

Review: Justice League #30

Overview: Mera, Curry and Serenity join the others in their fight with the darkness as Wonder Woman tries to hold it back. The identity of the Sovereign is revealed to be Queen Hippolyta of the...

Review: Justice League #29

Overview: Curry from the future begins his attack on the Justice League. The kids from the future attack Wonder Woman but the infection from Midway City attacks and envelops her.   Synopsis...

Review: Justice League #28

Overview: The Justice League settle in with their newfound children from the future. Wonder Woman in the Watchtower starts to believe that she is the cause of the dystopian future the children came...

Review: Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 #2 (digital chapters #3-4)

The mystery of the books “The Lost World of the Ancients” and the danger its theft has resulted in is revealed. The Caped Crusaders will need to save the day in Batman 66 Meets Wonder Woman 77...

Review: Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 #1 (digital chapters #1-2)

When a mysterious book is stolen Batman recalls the drama surrounding the tome from when he was a boy. That drama, of course, included Wonder Woman.   Glorious spoilers below…  ...

Review: Justice League #13

This is another Justice League vs Suicide Squad tie-in. The story opens with Steve Trevor leaving work for the day in Washington DC, talking about having plans with his niece and nephew.  The...

Review: Justice League #50

Synopsis: The issue starts with a quick recap of Darkseid War and how Darkseid was destroyed and certain members of the Justice League became gods. Wonder Woman states that she believed they would...

Review: Justice League #49

Synopsis: This issue opens with the continuation of the fight between Lex Luthor, God of Apokolips now with the power of the Omega Effect, and Mobius. As the two godlike beings battle, the Justice...

Review: Justice League: Darkseid War Special #1

Synopsis: While the battle between the Justice League and the shadow demons rages on in Gotham, we see inside the ring of Volthoom and the captured soul of Jessica Cruz. A voice tells Jessica that...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #10 (Digital Chapters #28-30)

Editor’s Note: This review unfortunately marks the last review for this series by Stella. If you currently read the series and are interested in reviewing the print issues as they release,...

Review: Justice League #48

Synopsis: In the Lexcorp building, the Justice League tries to determine if joining Owlman and the Crime Syndicate is the best approach in defeating the Anti-Monitor. Adding to the tension, the newly...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #8 (Digital Chapters #22-24)

DC Comics Bombshells #8 collects the parts 22-24 of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The eighth issue continues the ‘Allies’ storyline. The...

Review: Justice League #46

As it has been in previous issues of Darkseid War, Wonder Woman’s opening dialogue centers on a Greek myth. She chronicles the story of Ino of Thebes who gave birth to Zeus’ child and angered his...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #6 (Digital Chapters #16-18)

DC Comics Bombshells #6 collects the next three parts of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The sixth issue continues the ‘Combat’ storyline....

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #4 (Digital Chapters #10-12)

DC Comics Bombshells #4 collects the next three parts of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The fourth issue begins the ‘Combat’ storyline....

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #3 (Digital Chapters #7-9)

DC Comics Bombshells #3 collects the next three parts of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The third issue completes the ‘Enlisted’...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #2 (Digital Chapters #4-6)

DC Comics Bombshells #2 collects the second three parts of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The second issue continues the ‘Enlisted’...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #1 (Digital Chapters #1-3)

DC Comics Bombshells #1 collects the first three parts of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The first story is entitled ‘Enlisted,’ and if...

Episode 137

Andy and Jaime are back this week to talk about all knids of info for Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad and the DC Movie Verse in relation to a new group of articles from Empire magazine. Outside of...

Final Episode of Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles Released

Machinima has released the final episode of Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles which focuses on Wonder Woman.  

Rumor Mill: Killer Croc to Appear in Suicide Squad

  Killer Croc may be making his film debut in the upcoming Suicide Squad movie. According to a report by The Wrap actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje has been cast in the upcoming David Ayer helmed...

Review: Secret Origins #11 – Black Canary

As “Secret Origins” comes to a close, the final story entitled “Code Black” revolves around the former Bird of Prey Black Canary. The story begins in the wreckage of Gamorra that was last...

Review: Justice League #39

This month’s issue of “Justice League” brings us the conclusion of The Amazo Virus storyline. As we open with a bang, Wonder Woman, Superman and Lex Luthor are busy battling against the...

Review: Justice League #38

Our issue opens with a ringing phone inside the Oval Office in the White House. However the scene quickly cuts to a secured bunker where the President is speaking to Colonel Steve Trevor regarding...

Review: Justice League #36

Now THIS is a creative team, kids. DC breaks out their big guns to take on their flagship team title, Justice League, featuring legendary scribe and DC’s very own Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns...

Review: Justice League: War

The reimagining of the formation of the Justice League is DC Animated's latest release, "Justice League: War." It is based on Jim Lee and Geoff Johns' New 52 reboot of the titular...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Justice League #9

The story starts four years in the past, a sickly David Graves, last seen at the end of the first story arc taking interest in the press conference announcing the Justice League, and who appears to...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Flashpoint #3

  When we last saw our hero, Barry Allen, he was one crispy critter. After trying to replicate the lab accident that turned him into the Flash, Barry was laying on the ground, sizzling, while...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Flashpoint #2

  The issue opens up with pirate Deathstroke on board a ship along with a small crew, one of whom is Clayface (that's not important but seeing as this is the Batman Universe…). It...