REVIEW: ‘C.O.W.L.’ #1

(Image Comics, 2014)

Story by Kyle Higgins and Alec Siegel
Art by Rod Reis
Letters by Troy Peteri
Cover by Trevor McCarthy

I see this one come up in the queue, and I wonder, is this just another acronym book?  And then I open it.  Ahh…ladies and gentlemen, if I may be so bold, it is definitely not. Continue reading

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REVIEW: ‘Jack of Spades’ #1

(Sourcepoint Press, 2014)

Written by Trico Lutkins
Art by Joshua Werner

I love social media, from a comic book and reviewer standpoint, because of the ability it gives me to get into contact with people actually working in the industry. To know that the writer of a book read my review and enjoyed it, or that I caught the subtlety in a piece of art that the artist hoped the reader would get, it makes it all worth it.

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REVIEW: “Noir” #2

(Dynamite Entertainment, 2013)

Review by Brad Gischia

Written by – Victor Gischler
Illustrated by – Andrea Mutti
Colors – Vladimir Popov
Letters – Rob Steen
Cover – Ardian Syaf

A few spoilers…

Welcome back to Dynamite’s U-Noir-verse, the world where hard-boiled criminals go toe-to-toe with tough gals and even tougher gals. In this, the second offering from Victor Gischler, the focus is directly on the women of the universe, Black Sparrow and Miss Fury Continue reading

‘The Weekly Bat-Signals’ with Shawn Warner, Episode 16

Greetings fellow Gothamites, this week we are coming to you from stately Wayne Manor, just 14 short miles northwest of Gotham City down Old North Pass. Lots of news from Hollywood this week on the Batman Versus Superman movie and all the hoopla surrounding the cinematic Bat-Universe in general, some big names weigh in including the most recent Dark Knight Christian Bale as well as avid Bat Fan and one of AMC’s Comic Book Men, director Kevin Smith. Continue reading

REVIEW: “Nightwing” Annual #1

(DC Comics, 2013)

Review by Zakk Saam

Written by: Kyle Higgins
Pencils by: Daniel Sampere, Jason Masters
Inks by: Vincente Cifuentes
Color Artwork by: Chris Sotomayor

While Nightwing Annual #1 is being marketed at a tie-in to the Batgirl: Wanted arc, it’s definitely not required reading material. I picked this book up because Nightwing is my all-time favorite hero and has been since I was a kid watching Batman: the Animated Series of the early-to-mid nineties. Continue reading