There’s a lot to love about Batwoman #1 and thanks to the care shown by the excellent creative team, this is one superhero comic that really shouldn’t be ignored
There’s a lot of potential on display here for this book to turn into one of DC’s best very quickly
By Tom King, Stephen Mooney & Jeremy Cox It’s September again, which means that DC is pulling out their yearly gimmick to boost sales. This year we are given a look five years into the future in the Futures End event. Things look grim for many of Earth’s heroes and the pages of Futures End: ..
By Tim Seeley, Tom King, Mikel Janin, & Jeremy Cox Dick Grayson’s post-Nightwing career continues in Grayson #2 as he comes to terms with being presumed dead. Last month’s premiere issue introduced us to Dick’s new role in the world and his affiliation with the mysterious organization known as Spyral. Not much, if anything is ..
By Tim Seeley, Tom King, Mikel Janin & Jeremy Cox Writers Tim Seeley (Witchblade) and Tom King, team up with artist Mikel Janin (Justice League Dark) and colorist Jeremy Cox to bring the aftermath of Forever Evil that looks to turn Dick Grayson’s life upside down, taking him in completely new directions. Grayson #1 definitely ..
By Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Mikel Janin, Jeremy Cox, Ray Fawkes, John Layman, & Tim Seeley Bats takes more of a side roll this time around. This issue gives the different stories unfolding a few pages each to breathe and grow. James Tynion IV (he’s writing the story along with Scott Synder) takes over ..