Batwing #0! African Batman with a jet-pack! Herein, a once regular Batwing reader reviews the zeroth issue for Major Spoilers.
Judd Winick returns to Green Arrow to tell the origin of a character he helped shape prior to the relaunch in Green Arrow #0! But will his writing and Freddie Williams II’s pencils be enough to save a title that’s been floundering in The New 52? Major Spoilers finds out!
Batman returns to the pages of Catwoman, but how will he and Selina’s new boyfriend, Spark, get along? Major Spoilers squares the love triangle for you right here as Judd Winick’s run on Catwoman comes to a close!
The Night of the Owls has come to the world of Catwoman and Spark, as they try to poach from the Penguin on the same night a Talon tries to take the life of Oswald Cobblepot.
We catch Catwoman in the midst of donning her form-fitting garb, but just how long will it take her to put it on? And how long will it take before she undresses again? Judd Winick manages to catch this reader’s intrigue, despite the risque art on nearly every page.
Batwing #1 introduces the latest addition to the Batfamily, bringing one of Batman, Inc.’s franchisees into the new DCU. But just who is Batwing, really?
DC Comics released a sneak peek of Power Girl #21 that goes on sale today.
Jason Todd’s training continues, but this time he may have bitten off more than he can chew. Does Judd Winick serve up a winner, or drop a bomb in Red Hood: The Lost Days #4?
A big purple monster wants to trash New York City. The only thing standing in its way is Power Girl. Of course she has her own problems she’s trying to deal with as Karen Starr, but that will have to take a backseat for now. The Major Spoilers duo of Matthew and Stephen return for another Dueling Review as they take on Power Girl #15.
When offered a chance to bring down his mentor, Talia al Ghul sends Jason Todd around the world to train with some of the best killers in the world. But even filled with hatred, rage, and bent on revenge, will Jason Todd turn a blind eye, or do the right thing when encounter those doing something really wrong?
You know the story, it’s been 20 years in the making. If you’ve been reading DC Comics over the last five years, you know the outcome. But how does it translate to an animated movie?
Now that Jason Todd is both among the living and back behind the wheel in his head, it’s time for Batman to pay for not avenging his death. But can this former sidekick kill his idol?