The Batman Who Laughs #1 (of 6) DC Comics, February 2019Writer: Scott Snyder In this comic, DC Comics’ premier superhero Batman is being stalked by an other-dimensional version of himself known as The Batman Who Laughs: a Batman released from his moral code as a consequence of exposure to a “singular supertoxin” released when the
Batman: Damned #2DC Comics, Writer: Brian Azzarello Our interpretation of this comic may be not what writer Brian Azzarello intended, but this is how we have read it. Let’s start by considering the title character from a high altitude. American publisher DC Comics owns a character called Batman. Batman is an embodiment of irrational wrath.
Young Justice #1DC Comics, March 2019Writer: Brian Michael Bendis American writer Brian Michael Bendis appears to have been given both authorial and curatorial control over a new DC Comics imprint: “Wonder Comics”. This apparently might-hearted imprint includes the titles Naomi, Wonder Twins, Dial H for Hero, and this title, Young Justice. It is fun but primarily for long term
It seems odd to note the 60th anniversary of the creation of a character called “Kid Flash”. But Kid Flash, originally a fun teen called Wally West, has since 1959 been allowed to grow up, assume the mantle of his idol and mentor The Flash (police scientist Barry Allen), get married and have children, and, because