TEEN TITANS ANNUAL has some solid art and characterization, but it’s a shame that none of it feels like it amounts to much.
Scott Lobdell delivers his final issue of RED HOOD/ARSENAL. In it he provides a compelling character analysis of the two heroes and their relationship. Check out for yourself to see how these two friends ultimately go their separate ways.
DC returns the Titans to prominence in TITANS REBIRTH #1, as Wally West brings the team back together to solve the mystery of Rebirth. It’s the issue Titans fans have been waiting for since 2011, and it doesn’t disappoint.
Many cartoon shows for kids manage to tread the line between staying child-friendly and becoming more adult through incorporating more mature themes. Making the shows a little darker makes them enjoyable for all ages, giving adults more light-hearted fun, and giving children an introduction to more adult concepts.
Maybe you’ve seen TEEN TITANS or TEEN TITANS GO, but have you read the comics? Here’s our recommendations for 5 titles you’ll want to check out!
In the final issue of “The Last Kryptonian,” Batman and Superman outsmart their enemies by using a trick they’ve used in nearly every story featuring the two characters. It’s a decent ending to a decent story.
YOUNG JUSTICE was a series that added a palpable sense of danger to the DC universe and was canceled long before its time. We make a case for why everyone (and not just those familiar with the comics) should check out the show.
For almost 80 years, since the publication of ACTION COMICS #1 and the birth of the superhero genre, an idea has been put forward using the medium of comic books: it’s the idea of selflessly saving human lives with whatever abilities we have, extraordinary or ordinary. But is this an idea that works exclusively for members of our species? In other words, if we take a look at the altruistic superheroes from sequential art that many of us admire, what are their beliefs when it comes to helping animals? How does the medium deal with the idea of vegetarianism? What do vegetarian superheroes believe about our non-human friends?
This week, DC Comics is launching a multi-part crossover known as ROBIN WAR, an event that will bring all Robins from past and present together in the pages of GRAYSON, WE ARE ROBIN, ROBIN: SON OF BATMAN, and DETECTIVE COMICS! This is the first time readers will be seeing a major DC event focusing solely on the Robins since the …
Though 2014 was filled with a lot of positives for the comic community, for every positive, there is a negative. Let’s be honest, 2014 was filled with its fair share of flubs, missteps, and complete backfires. Here’s our choices for the worst of the worst in 2014. Ladies and Gentleman, the worst comic news 2014! Worst Comic News 2014: Dishonorable …