Review: Justice League Gods and Monsters Batman #1

If DC does one thing as well as producing comics it’s animation. The publisher has spearheaded countless solid direct-to-DVD animated feature films. Many of these features have been adaptations of timeless tales, but the newest production, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, is an original narrative. Justice League: Gods and Monsters serves as Bruce Timm’s glorious [...]

Review: Black Canary #2

DC YOU has honored diversity in mainstream comics. The publisher’s new initiative has produced exciting titles that are the cream of the crop in regards to the newest books on the shelves industry-wide. Black Canary is the definition of cream. The title has risen to the top. Writer Brenden Fletcher and artist Annie Wu have [...]

Review: Archie #1

Change is good. And change has come to Riverdale and America’s favorite teens. The youths generations of readers have grown up with are back in an all-new ongoing series that dually pays homage to the past and paves the way to a brighter future. Writer Mark Waid and artist Fiona Staples comprise the creative (super) [...]

Review: Prez #1

Every once in a while a mainstream comic book series stays true to its roots while simultaneously unearthing a social commentary that deserves discourse. And as the DC YOU ventures to verify a vicissitude that may one day occur, the publisher’s newest satire, Prez, explores what could happen if corporations continue to control society in [...]

Review: Starfire #1

The New DC Universe – DC YOU – has a resident dynamic duo: Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti. The pairing has proven fruitful as it has produced one of the most fun mainstream titles in all of comics – Harley Quinn. And now, Conner and Palmiotti spearhead the highly-anticipated, all-new ongoing series, Starfire. The orange-skinned [...]