Gotham By Midnight #1 review

The revolutionary rethinking of the Batman line continues with another new series, following on from the likes of Arkham Manor, Grayson and Gotham Academy, and the revamp of Batgirl. So after the villain comic, the spy comic and the school comic, line editor Mark Doyle brings on the spooky comic.                  And very spooky Gotham by […]

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Secret Origins #2 review

Last month Superman had the cover, this time it’s Batman, next month it’s Wonder … er, Green Lantern. So much for my theory that DC’s traditional Big Three were the opening acts for this origin anthology. Not to worry, the images we are getting are certainly winners, though I’d prefer group shots including the other […]

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Batman 23.2 – The Riddler #1 review

Most of DC’s Villains Month specials aren’t the work of the regular creative teams, they’re an opportunity for them to skip a month, thereby getting ahead of the production schedule. And while this doesn’t automatically mean we’re getting sub-par work from the subbing writers and artists, it does mean they tend to be divorced from […]

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Trinity of Sin: Pandora #2 review

Pandora’s meeting with Wonder Woman and Superman has attracted the attention of the good guys and the bad guys. The good guys are superhuman agencies S.H.A.D.E. and A.R.G.U.S. in the shape of Agents Kincaid and Chang. The bad guys are the Secret Society of Super-Villains, represented by Vandal Savage, Giganta and Signalman. The first group […]

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Trintiy of Sin: Pandora #1 review

I don’t know how many issues this new title will run, but as it’s an event tie-in, I’m guessing we’re in limited series territory. Going by this first issue, that’s just as well, as there seems to be no point to Pandora beyond inciting said crossover, Trinity of Sin, which runs through the next two […]

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