Great biting satire. Unsettling how its dystopian future is rapidly becoming our present. Recommended.
It's Sherlock in a horror story set in occupied Britannia. Not your every day comic, but somehow I couldn't get invested.
A great looking book that is lost in its sea of characters. For me a real disappointment.
I don't know that I've read a comic that feels both over stuffed and stale before. There's a lot going on here and you need some knowledge of GL continuity to figure it out. Not a good starting place.
A fun twist on typical urban fantasy. You might want to start with the first book in the series. RIYL American Gods, Kevin Hearne.
A solid but not exceptional Batman Family book. Too reliant on swerves, but worth a look.
What they aren't really telling you is that this is an much of a Red Lantern book as a GREEN Lantern book. And the Red Lanterns have XPac heat. Run away.
Another Tor.com home run! A brilliant novella with wonderful unique world building. Manditory reading.
It feels a bit under-cooked, as if the author's mouth was bigger than his stomach. Overly ambitious world building brought this one down.
This is not going to change anyone's life, but it's a fun gulp of intrigue & action. I enjoyed it quite a bit.
A lovely novella heavy on character and emotion, light on fantasy. Recommended.
There are plenty of flaws here, but the overall tone & direction seem to be correct. An improvement over the Nu52.
A bit of a mixed bag in that it's clearly designed for fans of the show, but that is part of its shortcoming. Not for me.
Tom King is the hottest writer in the industry at the moment. Here's his take on Batman, one informed by the Silver Age. Recommended.