Birds of Prey volume 1 by Chuck Dixon

ISBN: 9781563894848 In the beginning there was Black Canary and Oracle. One is fresh out of a break up with Green Arrow (that Green Arrow, yes) with a passion for kicking evil butt and a somewhat short attention span. The other is wheelchair-bound, hopeful and determined to find a way to still save the world […]

Hexed: The Harlot and the the Thief volume 1 by Michael Nelson and Dan Mora

Lucifer’s quest to steal and secure the dangerous magical artifacts of the world continues. While stealing a painting with an enchanted frame, she crosses a team employed by the mysterious and powerful Madam Cymbaline. She also tries to save a security guard from a more mundane problem—a heart attack—by trapping him in stasis in the […]

Automatic Culture

Okay so in the continuting gun debate, I see some say “No one needs an (automatic weapon/AR/Bushmaster/gun that shoots lots of bullets fast). I don’t think this argument makes sense either. No one needs a Ferrari when a Ford or Chevy would work just fine. No one needs a PS4 when a deck of cards […]

Batman vs Superman: Dawn of WTF were they thinking

Look, I’ve been called a critic before, a term that reflects that people think I am way more well read that I think I am and that I’m way more discerning than I am. Nervous writers waiting to hear my opinion makes me a little nervous because what I say and what people hear (especially […]

Review: Gotham Academy #6

Olive and her friends are finally getting some answers from Killer Croc when Batman busts up the party. Olive tries to defend Croc from Batman, meanwhile Batman tries to cut Croc out of the picture permanently. A who’s who evil, rescuer situation is complicated by the fact that Olive knows it was Batman that tore […]