REVIEW: Batman #40 (The Horde is Everlasting, but are their Spirits?)

Wonder Woman and Batman have been transported to another realm, and taken over the duties of The Gentile Man. His task is to fight back the Horde of Demons that are created by the sins of all Mankind. As time passes by in Hours and Minutes, they pass as years in decades for Batman and Wonder Woman. The tension is building, and they are becoming closer as a result. Several near-kisses have occurred, but both have resisted the urge.


REVIEW: Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 (The Legacy of the Swamp Thing)

Absent from the DC Universe proper for some time now, the Avatar of the Green, Swamp Thing, is back! This time, our muck-encrusted mockery of a man finds himself trapped in a seemingly never-ending winter, but what is really happening? As an added and wonderful bonus, see the story that never was, the last Swamp Thing script ever written by Len Wein, co-creator of Swamp Thing, beautifully illustrated by Kelley Jones.


REVIEW: Justice League of America #23 (Frost Frozen by Fear!)

While Batman is gone fighting his evil incarnations in Metal, he has left the Justice League of America in charge of facing the Might Beyond the Mirror. Tsarita, the queen of Myth has taken control!
Frost has called the Queen of Wishes to Earth by wishing away her hunger for the heat of living things. She has been effectively cured. The Queen Tsarita, also thinks that Frost is a reminder of her sister Freya that passed away ages ago.

The League was chosen by Batman, for it’s mostly incorruptible nature, hence the seemingly strange team make up, but they were selected to combat the Queen, should she rear her head in this realm.

Killer Frost , had a Nightmarish vision of a future where she had taken the heat from everything living in the world. In an effort to prevent that outcome she makes a wish to save the world, and releases the Magical Mistress of Myth Queen Tsarita (Issue #22)


REVIEW: Detective Comics #973 (Fall of the Batmen Finale)

Batman is working with the team to formulate a plan to bring Basil down to size.
Everyone is lending a hand to help stop Clayface. Batwing and Squire are working up a plan to have the Batwing drones controlled by Azazel and sent to battle Clayface. In the Meantime Anarchy and (honestly a character that they do not name, but I imagine has a Name) argue about the ethics of their interference so far, Anarchy does not take lightly the impertinence and the hypocrisy of the other and they fight. ( an sort of B-plot item that is not too explored in this issue).