YOUNG JUSTICE EPISODE REVIEW S03:E26

REVIEW BY MATT MORRISON Season 3 of Young Justice ends where it began, as the Outsiders fight to liberate Markovia.

YOUNG JUSTICE EPISODE REVIEW S03:E25

REVIEW BY MATT MORRISON Artemis and Conner reassess their lives, in what turns out to be the calm before the storm.

YOUNG JUSTICE EPISODE REVIEW S03:E24

REVIEW BY MATT MORRISON To save his friends, Victor Stone must prove himself the MVP of an entirely new game.

YOUNG JUSTICE EPISODE REVIEW S03:E23

REVIEW BY MATT MORRISON The original Team reunite to rescue Halo from Granny Goodness.

YOUNG JUSTICE EPISODE REVIEW S03:E22

REVIEW BY MATT MORRISON Treachery threatens to tear two teams apart, as secrets are brought into the light.

YOUNG JUSTICE EPISODE REVIEW S03:E21

REVIEW BY MATT MORRISON A recon mission goes bad, requiring Kaldur cross a line.

Comic Review – Red Sonja/Tarzan #1

Though best known for her work on DC Comics’ Birds of Prey, Batgirl and Wonder Woman, writer Gail Simone has become equally famous for her work in the sword and sorcery genre in recent years. She first found glory with a revamp of Red Sonja that proved popular enough that it Continue Reading

Comic Review – The Hunt For Wolverine #1

Wolverine died, entombed in molten Adamantium. The X-Men took his metal-encased body and hid it away, keeping its location secret. But nothing stays buried. It was only a matter of time. With these words, Charles Soule opens the first chapter of The Hunt For Wolverine – what may well be Continue Reading

Comic Review – Action Comics #1000

Let us take it as a basic truth that Action Comics #1000 is a book of some significance. It is the first of DC Comics’ series to hit the 1000 issues milestone, despite a number of divergences where the book was renumbered during those times when it was thought that Continue Reading

Comic Review – Domino #1

Confession: I don’t know much about Domino. To be honest, I don’t know much about any of the X-Force/Six-Pack/Liefeldian side of the 1990s X-Men, because what little I’ve read from that time period suggested the characters had more pouches than personality traits. Here is everything I knew about Domino. She Continue Reading

Comic Review – Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander #1

Frank Miller’s 300 was something of a revelation when it first came out in 1998. Based in equal parts on the writings of the Greek historian Herodotus and the 1962 film The 300 Spartans, it told the tale of The Battle of Thermopylae from the perspective of King Leonidas of Sparta. Continue Reading

Comic Review – Dark Nights: Metal #6

It spoils little to reveal that Dark Nights: Metal concludes with the heroes of The DC Comics Multiverse victorious and the literal rising darkness that threatened to destroy all of reality vanquished. As with all good stories, the important part is the journey, not the destination. Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Continue Reading

Comic Review – Aquaman #34

Corum Rath had long been a thorn in the side of The Aquaman, Arthur Curry. As leader of The Deluge – a xenophobic terrorist group which resisted Aquaman’s efforts, as King of Atlantis, to establish peaceful relations with the surface world – Rath led an attack on the American city Continue Reading

Comic Review – Detective Comics #976

Tim Drake (a.k.a. Red Robin) had a plan. Years earlier, he had taken up the mantle of Batman’s sidekick, realizing that Batman functioned best when he had a partner. Tim also realized that Bruce Wayne – much as he might deny it – was mortal and would not be able Continue Reading

Comic Review – Doctor Star & The Kingdom Of Lost Tomorrows #1

Doctor James Robinson had always been a dreamer who looked to the stars for inspiration. An astronomer by inclination and a physicist by training, his theories regarding a cosmic energy called para-radiation got the attention of an American government that needed an edge in the atomic arms race and they Continue Reading

Comic Review – The Terrifics #1

The Terrifics owes its existence to Marvel Studios trying to spite 20th Century Fox. Shocking but true! In all the feuding over film-rights over the past few years, Marvel Comics stopped publishing a monthly Fantastic Four comic book series so as to deny Fox any free publicity at their expense. Given Continue Reading

Comic Review – Doctor Strange: Damnation #1

Forced to surrender his title as Sorcerer Supreme to the Norse god Loki, Stephen Strange went off in search of power that would allow him to fight a wizard and a deity. He found all the power he wanted and more. So much more… Stephen Strange is now the god Continue Reading

Comic Review – Deathbed #1

When I first saw the cover of Deathbed #1, I was thrilled. Joshua Williamson is one of my favorite writers right now, and if you haven’t been reading his run on The Flash, you should be. Riley Rossmo, likewise, is an artist whose work I’ve always found enjoyable, particularly on the Continue Reading

Comic Review – Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor: Year Three #12

A lost and powerless cargo ship, trapped in a decaying orbit above a blazing sun. A crew slowly disappearing one by one. Numerous signs pointing to someone who shouldn’t be there living in the cargo bay. Someone… or something? It’s a typical mystery by The Doctor’s standards. The sort of Continue Reading

Comic Review – X-Men: Red #1

It would be fair to say that I’ve never been the biggest fan of X-Men comics in general. I like the basic concept enough – superpowers as a metaphor for whatever oppressed minority group one might wish to champion as trying to make the world a better place while being Continue Reading

Comic Review – Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor: Year Three #13

In the wake of the disappearance of The Time Lords, The Time Sentinels have set themselves up as the ultimate guardians of the space-time continuum. Under the guidance of the being they call The Lock Keeper, The Time Sentinels maintain a watchful eye upon the universe, ensuring that continuity and Continue Reading

Comic Review – Raven: Daughter of Darkness #1

Rachel Roth is like many teenage girls. She feels awkward around other teenagers, doesn’t think she fits in anywhere and is worried about finding acceptance. She’s also secretive and ashamed of her family. Unlike most teenage girls, Rachel has very good reason to think that she’s different. There’s nobody else Continue Reading

Comic Review – The Further Adventures Of Nick Wilson

Nick Wilson was once the most powerful superhero on Earth. In fact, he was the ONLY superhero on Earth. Fresh out of high-school, Nick somehow acquired the full complement of super powers. Flying. Super Strength. Bullet-Proof Skin?  The works! Though he donned the traditional cape and tights, Nick never bothered Continue Reading

Comic Review – Titans #19

Once they were the proteges of the World’s Finest heroes. Then they joined together as The Teen Titans. Even in the face of an unseen force that tried to erase them and their friendship from history, they remained Titans Together! Recently, The Titans triumphed over a union of some of Continue Reading

Comic Review – Rogue & Gambit #1

She was a runaway who nearly killed her first sweetheart with a kiss. He was abandoned as a baby for his black and red eyes. She fell in with a group of mutant terrorists who offered her the closest thing to a loving home she’d ever had. He was raised Continue Reading

Comic Review – Hawkman Found #1

There are few heroes in comic book history who have a history and lineage as confused and conflicted as Hawkman. First appearing in Flash Comics #1 (January 1940), the first Hawkman was Carter Hall – an archaeologist who discovered that he was the reincarnation of an Egyptian prince. Using ancient Continue Reading

Comic Review – Marvel Two-In-One (2017) #1

Things haven’t been so fantastic for The Fantastic Four lately. For a start, there’s only two of them left. Scientist Reed Richards (aka Mr. Fantastic) and his wife Susan Storm (aka The Invisible Woman) are missing and presumed dead, along with their children. Pilot Ben Grimm (aka The Ever-Lovin’ Blue-Eyed Continue Reading

TP Review – Happy

Once upon a time, Nick Sax was an idealistic cop with a pretty young wife and a great future ahead of him.  That was before the realities of the job, a corrupt department and an affair with his partner cost him everything. Now, Nick is a hitman and an alcoholic. Continue Reading

Comic Review – Witchblade (2017) #1

Alex Underwood had always wanted to make a difference – first as a reporter and then as a social worker. Merely wanting to make the world a better place is not enough, alas, and Alex Underwood died. She was gunned down by the husband of one of her clients while in Continue Reading

Comic Review – Quarry’s War #1

Max Allan Collins is an experienced writer whose works span across multiple formats. He is probably best known to mainstream audiences as the author of The Road To Perdition graphic novels, which inspired the 2002 Academy Award winning movie staring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman. He’s also notable for having Continue Reading

Comic Review – Doomsday Clock #1

The world stands poised on the brink of another World War. God is not dead but he is absent. The smartest man in the world is Public Enemy Number One. The black and white man who died rather than compromise his code of honor lives again. It is November 22nd, Continue Reading

New Comics for November 22, 2017

This is it, kids. The moment that DC’s Rebirth has been leading up to. DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 comes out tomorrow, but the first 20 people to come out to The Multiverse at 11:57pm TONIGHT can score an AMAZING variant cover! Come get some awesome comics. Click below to see what Continue Reading

Comic Review – Tomb Raider Survivor’s Crusade #1

Lady Lara Croft is on the move again! Tracking the sinister organization known as Trinity – an ancient society that seeks to find and destroy ancient artifacts of great power, lest they be used to corrupt modern society or challenge the official history laid down by the rich and powerful Continue Reading

TP Review – Batgirl: Son Of The Penguin

Newly returned from an extended vacation that proved anything but relaxing as she made her way across east Asia tracking down a cabal of criminal martial artists, Barbara Gordon is happy to be back home in Burnside – the Gotham City borough that houses most of the city’s tech-savvy and Continue Reading