Books and Comic Books

Books and Comic Books

Review: Nightwing #14

By: Andrew Fontana After the underwhelming events of the previous issue, Nightwing #14 is a satisfying conclusion to  "Bludhaven" that puts character development ahead of...

Review: Doom Patrol #1

By Alisha Weinberger Admittedly I was hesitant when I heard Gerard Way and DC were collaborating for the pop-up imprint Young Animal. This isn't a...

Review: Kiss #2

Written by Mark Henely Two issues in and I am still perplexed by the existence of Dynamite's KISS series. Not because I think KISS is...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #6

Red Hood and the Outlaws #6 is almost a tale of two comics, that's how different the two halves of this book are. The...

Review: Black Widow: Forever Red

Black Widow Forever Red Plot Summary: Eight years ago, Natasha Romanoff went to Odessa to kill the man who turned her into a super spy...

Comic Review: Silver Surfer #1

Written by: Alisha Weinberger Norrin Radd and earthling Dawn Greenwood have been to the ends of the universe and are now back home, thankfully with...

Review: Trinity #4

Written by Mark Henely Continuing the trend of previous issues (where Batman and Superman visited their past selves), Wonder Woman takes Batman and Superman on...

Archie and the Rest of the Riverdale Gang are Hitting Broadway

Archie has seen a lot of action the past year. The comic series was rebooted after its 666 issue, a live action adaptation was...

Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Issue #43

Following the conclusion of the rescue of the Vis Vitalis and Thunderclash being saved from having his spark extinguished, the crew of the Lost...

Review: Red Sonja #0

Written by Mark Henely Before we get started, it's important to point out that this comic costs 25 cents. Is it worth reading? Yeah, it's only...