Batman #17

Batman #17

Tom King has created something special in Batman

Batwoman: Rebirth #1

Batwoman: Rebirth #1

There’s a lot of potential on display here for this book to turn into one of DC’s best very quickly

Detective Comics #950

Detective Comics #950

Detective Comics #950 has a lot to recommend about it, feeling like an issue worthy of a milestone like this. If you’re a fan of Cassandra Cain, Azrael and Batwing or want to know where Detective Comics is headed in the future then this issue should make a great addition to your weekly comics haul

All-Star Batman #7

All-Star Batman #7

This series is as much of a love note to Batman as it is to his villains which makes this is a must read for every Batman fan or anyone who wants to be one

Superman, Action Comics Vol.1: Path of Doom

Superman, Action Comics Vol.1: Path of Doom

Is it possible to read so many comic books that we begin to take for granted the things we used to admire most about them? Maybe, but with a book like this first volume of Action Comics you suddenly can’t help but notice all of the fine tuned nuance. Whether it’s the story, the art or the combination of both, this book practically forces you to pay attention and disregard nothing

Future Quest Vol. 1

Future Quest Vol. 1

One of the best, most solid graphic novels you’ll read this year

Aquaman #16

Aquaman #16

Aquaman has everything that it needs for it to be a successful approach

Batman #16

Batman #16

There are a lot of things to love about BATMAN #16… “I Am Bane” is off to a very solid start

Green Lanterns Vol. 1: Rage Planet

Green Lanterns Vol. 1: Rage Planet

Green Lanterns Vol 1 is a real winner to come out of DC’s Rebirth event because Humphries and Rocha have true chemistry as a creative team that really bring the Green Lanterns alive with classic story telling and compelling art

Wonder Woman ’77 meets The Bionic Woman #2

Wonder Woman ’77 meets The Bionic Woman #2

This book is sure to appease many Seventies action show fans who have dreamed of these feminist mash-up for many years, but it does little to appeal to a new audience