Nightwing #3

Nightwing #3

This is a really enjoyable issue that effectively shows how Dick is just putting his foot in it again and again

All-Star Batman #1

All-Star Batman #1

Snyder is back and by the looks of things he’s cutting loose and letting everyone on the book with him do the same

Nightwing #2

Nightwing #2

Seeley has readers asking all of the right questions while Fernandez and Sotomayor are making it more than appealing to the eye

Nightwing #1

Nightwing #1

Nightwing made an excellent first impression during its Rebirth special and keeps that feeling rolling well through its first issue

The Hellblazer: Rebirth #1

The Hellblazer: Rebirth #1

By Simon Oliver, Moritat, Andre Szymanowicz, and Sal Cipriano For some of DC’s books, Rebirth has been about making a smooth transitioning to a new creative team and giving readers a jumping-on point. Others have used it to bring in new characters and concepts. Here, however,  it’s kind of unclear what The Hellblazer did what it’s ..

Nightwing Rebirth #1

Nightwing Rebirth #1

If this Rebirth issue is any indication of where the series is going to go, there is no doubt that the funny and enjoyable stories to come will further the character and pleasantly surprised any new reader

Green Arrow #2

Green Arrow #2

It’s not unreasonable to have faith that wherever Percy decides to take the story, it’s going to have us take a look at Oliver in a way that most may not expect

Grayson Annual #3

Grayson Annual #3

A wonderfully fun P.S. for the series that wasn’t wasted and took some time to add a couple of delightful last notes to Grayson’s spying days

Green Arrow #1

Green Arrow #1

Continues to bring new ideas to the table while setting up possible conflicts for later on in the series