Comic Review: Justice League International Volume 1

The Justice League reassembles…as some sort of workplace comedy. And it is brilliant.

Going Through The DCAU Part Fifty-One

Jimmy and Tom are near the end of Superman the Animated Series with the penultimate entry on the episodes “In Brightest Day…,” “Superman’s Pal,” and “A Fish Story”.

Comic Review: DC Rebirth Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps Volume 2

The Green Lantern Corps and the more benevolent members of the Sinestro Corps must work together to save the day against a range of cosmic bad guys.

Comic Review: DC Rebirth Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps Volume 1

The Green Lantern Corps were lost with the exception of Hal Jordan before Rebirth. They return here in all their cosmic glory.

Slightly Misplaced Comic Book Heroes Case Files #65: Judomaster

In 1986, Alan Moore’s Watchmen first hit comic store shelves.  Often cited as one of the finest superhero stories ever done in the medium, Watchmen was partially the result of Moore being … Read More

Slightly Misplaced Comic Book Heroes Case File #41: Rocket Red

  When the Justice League was funny, it was supposed to be tied to the United Nations.  That meant it actually had to have some foreign members instead of the … Read More