SPOILERS: Dark Nights: Metal #2

Batman kidnaps the world's most dangerous baby. That's a thing that actually happened today.

SPOILERS: Teen Titans #12

Special coverage, complete with Death Metal Riddler!

SPOILERS: Detective Comics #964

Well, half the issue wasn't Spoiler's story, so there's that.

SPOILERS: Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #14

And we're back... maybe a bit too soon.

SPOILERS: Batman #30

When all is said and done, Kite-Man is going to be the answer to Tom King's Batman arc in some way.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

SPOILERS: Batman #31


One more issue left in the War of Jokes and Riddles. What did Batman do that's so bad? Well... that's what final issues are for. Har har.

SPOILERS: Nightwing #29


If the Batman Who Laughs is death metal-ish... I'd say Ice Golems are pretty power metal-ish... Nightwish... Nightwish is the only band name that I can remember. Is Nightwish still a thing? ...what was I talking about. Nightwing? Close enough.

SPOILERS: Batman: The Red Death #1


If Batman being better than everyone else and finding ways to beat whoever, then perhaps these one-shots aren't going to be for you, because on top of everything, Batman is probably going to be a dick too.

SPOILERS: Batwoman #7


New arc, old foe, similar problems.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Batman #31 Preview


With the added artists to the rotating Batman team, I'm just bummed that means whenever Mikel Janin comes back (hopefully he does), it's going to be that much longer.

(Source: The GWW)

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Batwoman #7 Preview


I've always liked Fernando Blanco's artwork, so this seems like a good fit.

(Source: Comic Beat)

New Nightwing Creative Team Announced


Somewhat unexpectedly, Nightwing got a new creative team announced for December, consisting of writer Sam Humphries and artist Bernard Chang (and if the book remains twice monthly, we'll be sure to see another artist join at some point).  Essentially, Humphries and Seeley switched books, as Seeley was announced to be taking over writing duties of Green Lanterns a month or two ago.

My thoughts are somewhat mixed, though optimistic. On one hand, I've yet to read anything from Humphries that has grabbed me... I didn't like his Uncanny X-Force and Green Lanterns didn't hold my attention, but it's a small sample size, and I have seen people enjoying Green Lanterns. I do like Bernard Chang's art, so that's a plus. All that being said, I'm real bummed Seeley is leaving the Bat books. I've been a fan of his since Hack/Slash, and remember seeing his first Legends of the Dark Knight digital story thinking "I hope this leads to more main-line Seeley Bat stuff" and sure enough, it did and there was a lot of it.

Though, never got that Seeley written Catwoman book I dreamed about...