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Nightwing #79 (REVIEW)

Nightwing #79 (REVIEW)

Nightwing #79DC Comics Written by: Tom TaylorArt by: Bruno RedondoColors by: Adriano LucasLetters by: Wes Abbott There’s no question Bruce Wayne can impact Gotham in a way Batman can’t. Of course, the inverse can be said about the legendary DC character, or any other...

Nightwing #72 (REVIEW)

Nightwing #72 (REVIEW)

Nightwing #72DC Comics Written by: Dan JurgensArt by: Ronan CliquetColors by: Nick FilardiLetters: AndWorld Design (WARNING: Spoilers for Nightwing #72 ahead.) DC really should have gone down this road sooner. That doesn’t mean they needed to completely omit the Ric...

Batman: Curse of the White Knight #4 (REVIEW)

Batman: Curse of the White Knight #4 (REVIEW)

Batman: Curse of the White Knight #4 DC Comics Written by: Sean Murphy Art by: Sean Murphy Colors by: Matt Hollingsworth Letters by: AndWorld Design (WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Batman: Curse of the White Knight #4.) This was an absolutely outstanding issue for...

Batman Beyond #36 (REVIEW)

Batman Beyond #36 (REVIEW)

Batman Beyond #36 DC Comics Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Rick Leonardi Inks by: Ande Parks Colors by: Chris Sotomayor Letters by: Travis Lanham (Warning: Contains spoilers for Batman Beyond #36.) I appreciated what Dan Jurgens is about to do with Terry McGinnis...

Nightwing #50 REVIEW

Nightwing #50 REVIEW

Nightwing #50 DC Comics Written by: Benjamin Percy Art by: Travis Moore, Chris Mooneyham & Klaus Janson Colors by: Tamra Bonvillain, Nick Filardi & John Kalisz Letters by: Carlos M. Mangual So, we finally got our first look at Ric Grayson. Like most Nightwing...

Barbara Gordon Has Never Been Broken

Barbara Gordon Has Never Been Broken

Disabled people aren’t broken. Despite the many self-deprecating jokes I make about my health, my worth is not tied to it. My worth is tied to my humanity and that alone. When comics frame characters with physical or mental disabilities as “broken” it’s disheartening....

Batgirl #12 Review

Batgirl #12 Review

Batgirl #12 DC Comics Writer: Hope Larson Artist: Eleonora Carlini Colors: Cris Peter Letters: Deron Bennett A spirit is haunting the pool at a YMCA, and Batgirl has been called on to investigate the phenomenon. Barbara Gordon still believes that there is a scientific...

Batgirl #11 Review

Batgirl #11 Review

Batgirl #11 DC Comics Writer: Hope Larson Pencils: Chris Wildgoose Inks: Jon Lam Colors: Matt Lopes Letters: Deron Bennett The Batgirl series has gone full on millennial, and though it's hard to admit, it's a fun ride. Penguin’s son Ethan reveals himself as Blacksun....

Pop Culture Politics: 5 Comic Book Politicians

Pop Culture Politics: 5 Comic Book Politicians

In honor of the upcoming election, I am showcasing some of your favorite comic book heroes and villains who have served in politics. Jay Garrick/The Flash – Mayor of Monument Point In 2012, writer Marc Guggenheim and artist George Perez were the creative team behind...

Babs takes on Japan in “Batgirl” #1 (Review)

Babs takes on Japan in “Batgirl” #1 (Review)

"“Beyond Burnside” Chapter One: The Batgirl you know and love is going global with Eisner Award-winning and New York Times best-selling writer Hope Larson (A Wrinkle in Time, Goldie Vance) and all-star artist Rafael Albuquerque (AMERICAN VAMPIRE). In order to up her...

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