“Clive? What’s George R.R. Martin up to right now?”
DC has had a string of bad luck when it comes to BIG events in their comics. Can Robin War break that bad taste Convergence left in our mouths? I think it will.
Waiting for Tomorrow.
DC Comics reboots Batgirl… again. I still don’t know if it was necessary, but despite my personal issues, the book was still a good read.
Barry gets the yips, and that would probably funnier if he wasn’t all that stood between Central City and Grodd’s rage.
This week’s iZombie makes for an entertaining mystery, while tip-toeing around some big ideas about adult relationships.
A few weeks ago, DC Collectibles released a Batman statue from the Black and White series based on Carlos D’Anda’s concept art from the Arkham Asylum video game that was not far off from the original release. Here is D’Anda’s version of Scarecrow and I have to say it’s very haunting to look at.
Kevin Smith and Walt Flanagan reunite for another Batman story, The Widening Gyre. I like Kevin Smith. I like his sense of humor. There are a lot of things Smith gets right in this story, but unfortunately the negatives outweigh the positives.
Second chances are all too rare, but Matt Ryan’s Constantine finds new life in the Arrowverse.
“Our Doctor Wells may have been evil, but you’re just a d**k.”
This week’s iZombie doesn’t care about the main mystery, instead they’re perfectly content to put all of that effort in to developing the interpersonal relationships.
“Beyond Redemption” marries old Arrow with new to create an practically perfect union.
“The Fury of Firestorm” introduces the new and improved Firestorm 2.0
Even Cowgirls Get the Black and Blues has all the melancholy of a slow country song.
DC Collectibles keeps the good times rolling with these beautiful works of art. The newest addition to the Batman: Black and White statue series is out in comic shops and online outlets now.