Seven Soldiers is a comic book event like no other, in which a bunch of reluctant c-list heroes all come together to stop an extraterrestrial crisis.
Except they never meet. In fact, they don’t even know the others exist or that they’re part of a superhero team. It’s Morrison at his most…Morrisonian.
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘Seven Soldiers of Victory’ by Grant Morrison
In this six-issue story, things catch up with John Constantine. And it’s not demons, monsters, or any of the usual madness. It’s something far more human. And inescapable.
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘Hellblazer: Dangerous Habits’ by Garth Ennis
‘Batman: Digital Justice’ is like a time capsule from the early 1990s. From it’s weird “ground-breaking” 3D art to it’s cautionary message about technology, it’s aged like milk. But surely there’s something of merit here?
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘Batman: Digital Justice’ by Pepe Moreno
DCeased is more than just a good title. It’s a story that offers us a new and often horrifying glimpse into the DC Universe, by ravaging the world with a deadly techno-virus. Imagine a zombie, but with powers of the Flash or Superman and you’re on the right lines.
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘DCeased’ by Tom Taylor
Stjepan Sejic writes and illustrates Harleen; one of the best comics I’ve ever read.
Working as a more up-to-date origin story for Dr. Harleen Quinzel, ‘Harleen’ details the beginnings of a very dangerous relationship.
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘Harleen’ by Stjepan Sejic
Batman is dead! Or so everybody thinks. He’s actually been sent back in time through a complicated series of events involving Darkseid, omega beams, radion bullets – but as far as anyone in Gotham knows, he’s dead. After a brief battle for the cowl, Dick Grayson is the new Batman. And Damian Wayne is the new Robin. It’s up to this oddball pair to restore order to Gotham. And with it being Grant Morrison, things are going to get weird.
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘Batman and Robin Vol. 1: Batman Reborn’ by Grant Morrison
Final Crisis is deeply flawed, yet captivating. It’s head-scratching at times, and at others it’s seemingly far too straightforward. Characters will make grand speeches about the nature of good and evil, followed by a dumb joke. It’s Grant Morrison’s take on the epic, crossover event.
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘Final Crisis’ by Grant Morrison