Category Archives: DC Comics

Review: Harleen

Stjepan Sejic’s Harleen is a novel that I’ve been hearing everyone, so I’m a bit embarrassed about how behind I am on reading it. That being said, I am SO HAPPY that I took the time to do so! Continue reading

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Review: The Low, Low Woods

The Low, Low Woods is the latest graphic novel in the DC Black Label line. As such, it’s a horror story, and it makes no apologies for what it is. Continue reading

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Review: Daphne Byrne

Daphne Byrne is another addition to the DC Black Label line, a line specifically meant for horror fans everywhere. Written by Laura Marks, with artwork from Kelley Jones, this atmospheric horror story is a chilling tale. Continue reading

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Review: The Dollhouse Family

The Dollhouse Family is the second horror story to come from Hill House Comics, the newest horror line from DC Comics. I personally am thrilled that DC is diving into the world of horror, and can’t wait to see what else they come up with. Continue reading

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Review: Basketful of Heads

Basketful of Heads is the first graphic novel/series from Hill House Comics, a new line from DC Comics. As the title of both this graphic novel, and line might imply, the focus is all about horror. It’s a whole new world, and at the forefront, you’ll find Joe Hill (writer), Leomacs (artist), Riccardo La Bella (artist), Dave Stuart (colorist), and Deron Bennett (letterer). Continue reading

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Review: Teen Titans: Beast Boy

Teen Titans: Beast Boy is the second graphic novel to hit the young adult Teen Titans series, and it is a blast and a half to read. Even if you haven’t read the first one (Raven), it is worth checking out. Especially if Beast Boy is your favorite boy (as he should be). Continue reading

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Review: The Oracle Code

The Oracle Code is the latest graphic novel in DC Comic’s Young Adult line. And honestly? It’s pretty brilliant, if I may say so. Barbara Gordon’s tale has been specifically altered, not only to fit the age group, but to fit the story being told. Continue reading

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Review: Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed

Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed is the latest DC Graphic Novel focused on reaching a younger audience. Once again we’re diving back into the life of Diana and her life on Themyscira. But this is a tale like you’ve never seen before. Continue reading

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Review: Shadow of the Batgirl

Shadow of the Batgirl is the latest in a run of series focused on a slightly younger audience. That being said, fans of Cassandra Cain will absolutely want to check this one out. Continue reading

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Review: Wonder Woman: Warbringer

Odds are pretty good that you’ve heard of Leigh Bardugo’s novel, Wonder Woman: Warbringer. Set in the DC universe, it followed Princess Diana in her early years. It’s part of a series that DC has been working on lately, and it’s been getting a lot of ink. Continue reading

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