Suicide Squad Review: Not Very Good, Not All That Bad, A Somewhat Watchable Mess

**This review is SPOILER FREE, so read away!** Let’s start off with my major takeaway from Suicide Squad: That rumoured Harley Quinn spinoff movie that might have Batgirl, the Birds of Prey, and Poison Ivy in the mix needs to be greenlit tomorrow. Margot Robbie is a fantastic Harley Quinn, and with a decent storyContinue reading “Suicide Squad Review: Not Very Good, Not All That Bad, A Somewhat Watchable Mess”

Convergence: Wonder Woman #2 Review OR A Pyrrhic Victory

There’s nothing bad about Convergence: Wonder Woman #2, or the mini-series as a whole. It’s all fine, competent comic booking. The writing is okay, the art is decent, the characters mostly seem to be themselves. The only thing is, I’m not entirely sure why it exists. I mean, I understand why these two months ofContinue reading “Convergence: Wonder Woman #2 Review OR A Pyrrhic Victory”

Convergence: Wonder Woman #2 Preview OR Fangs For The Memories

DC’s “Convergence” event comes to a close this month, with lots of inter-universal fighting building to some sort of battle-based finale, I assume. I’m not really following it too closely. I think I picked up four books, maybe? And there seemed to be lots of fighting in them, so I’m just guessing that’s what’s goingContinue reading “Convergence: Wonder Woman #2 Preview OR Fangs For The Memories”

Convergence: Wonder Woman #1 Review OR Fangs For The Memories

It’s Wonder Woman vs. vampires! Eventually, anyway. There’s a lot of set up here, and very little of it involves Wonder Woman doing fun Wonder Woman things. After a while, the 1970s Wonder Woman cast faces off against Joker and the vampire of Red Rain, and things get moderately interesting as the book jumps intoContinue reading “Convergence: Wonder Woman #1 Review OR Fangs For The Memories”

Check Out These Wonder Woman Covers From DC’s Joker Variant Line For June 2015

DC Comics sure loves its monthly variant themes. From steam punk to movie posters to “Hey, let’s just let Darwyn Cooke do a bunch”, their variant cover themes have been a generally fun promotion. There are some stinkers in the mix, sure, but a lot of them have been quite nice, especially on Wonder WomanContinue reading “Check Out These Wonder Woman Covers From DC’s Joker Variant Line For June 2015”

DC Comics Villains Get Tattooed On Ink Master, Including A Killer Catwoman And A Poor Poison Ivy

Last night on Spike’s tattooing competition show Ink Master, the artists had to tattoo DC Comics villains for their main challenge in front of special guest judge and Batman artist Greg Capullo.  It was a rather clever tie-in to Villains Month, and not coincidentally all of the villains tattooed last night also have their ownContinue reading “DC Comics Villains Get Tattooed On Ink Master, Including A Killer Catwoman And A Poor Poison Ivy”