Comic Review: Batman #41-43

Superheavy, Parts 1-3Writer: Scott Snyder; Pencils: Greg Capullo; Inks: Danny Miki; Colors: FCO Plascencia; Cover: Capullo, Miki & PlascenciaAll right, all right let’s do this. OK, for those who don’t know, Batman is now Jim Gordon because the last we saw of Bruce Wayne/Batman was he and Joker lying in the bottom of a cave battered, […]

Classic Comic Review: Batman Volume 3: Death of the Family

Writer: Scott Snyder; Co-Writer: James Tynion IV; Artist: Greg Capullo & Jock; Inks: Jonathan Glapion; Colorists: Fco Plascencia & Dave Baron; Cover Artists: Greg Capullo & Fco Plascencia; Variant Cover Artists: Aaron Kuder & Nathan Fairbairn / Trevor McCarthy / Alex Garner / Tony Daniel, Batt Mabbing & Tomeu MoreyThere is a lot of work that goes into these comics. I’m not sure […]

Show Review: Gotham, “Penguin’s Umbrella”

The Penguin Is Alive and Well I guess we’re left to our own devices on what transpired after Oswald got done reintroducing himself. I can only imagine it included some yelling and a very awkward release by Montoya and her partner.  Bullock is that pissed off that he’d shoot Gordon in the precinct? Corrupt or […]

Show Review: Gotham, Ep. 3 “The Balloonman”

In the first episode Carmine Falcone said that he and Thomas Wayne were able to balance each other in the city. Now that he was gone, things would get worse. Previous iterations state it’s the death that started the downward spiral.  This television series was advertised as the story of Gotham before Batman. It was […]

Show Review: Gotham, Episode 1

I saw Gotham the other day and I must say the pilot was a little wishy washy to me. Don’t get me wrong, I think there are some good things to build upon. There are some lesser things to improve. Edward, Oswald, and Carmine Falcone are right on point and well acted. Future-Riddler as the […]