Justice League Dark and Wonder Woman #1 Review: The Witching Hour Draws to a Close

The spooktacular conclusion of “The Witching Hour” crossover has come on the most apt of days. Happy Halloween, everyone! I hope that you’re having some creepy fun today, and that you bought good treats to give out to the kiddies tonight. Don’t cheap out! “Fun-sized” is a lie. And of course, give double the treatsContinue reading “Justice League Dark and Wonder Woman #1 Review: The Witching Hour Draws to a Close”

Wonder Woman #57 Review: Exorcising The Witching Hour

I know I usually go with the main cover to start my review, but this Jenny Frison variant cover was too amazing to ignore. Look at that! It’s so creepy and menacing and gorgeous. While Frison has done consistently fantastic work with her Wonder Woman variants, this is one especially excellent. And perfectly spooky! ButContinue reading “Wonder Woman #57 Review: Exorcising The Witching Hour”

Justice League Dark #4 Review: The Witching Hour Comes to Nanda Parbat!

Well, I think we all saw that ending coming. It’s been telegraphed since the crossover began two weeks ago. That turn was on the way. And the fun thing is, I was looking forward to it! Superhero comics can be formulaic, to say the least. When done poorly, you can see the whole story stretchingContinue reading “Justice League Dark #4 Review: The Witching Hour Comes to Nanda Parbat!”

Wonder Woman #56 Review: The Witching Hour Continues!

In Wonder Woman #56, we get Emanuela Lupacchino drawing Wonder Woman, Zatanna, AND Circe, and if that’s not worth four bucks then I don’t know what is. Luppachino’s drawn a bunch of issues of Wonder Woman over the past year, bringing some visual flair to several subpar stories, but this time she’s paired with writingContinue reading “Wonder Woman #56 Review: The Witching Hour Continues!”

Wonder Woman/Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour #1 Review: What The Hecate?

It’s a big month for us Wonder Woman enthusiasts, with DC releasing a five-part crossover story that is tailor made for some spooktacular October fun. A quick note on the schedule, so you can all keep up: “The Witching Hour” begins in today’s special, part two is next week in Wonder Woman #56, part threeContinue reading “Wonder Woman/Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour #1 Review: What The Hecate?”

Sandman: Overture Officially On The Way, Plus New Vertigo Titles With Some Female Creators

Yesterday, in what was an awkwardly constructed and bizarrely uninformative article, the New York Times revealed that Neil Gaiman’s long awaited return to Sandman with artist J.H. Williams III will be called Sandman: Overture and the first issue is scheduled for the end of October.  The cover is gorgeous, and I imagine the interiors willContinue reading “Sandman: Overture Officially On The Way, Plus New Vertigo Titles With Some Female Creators”