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Graphic Reviews: Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman While I’m counting down the hours until I get to see DC’s newest superhero movie, I have to admit that I had rarely felt much of a connection to Wonder Woman, either when I was growing up or now as thirty year old woman. Wonder Woman has always been […]


Graphic Reviews: Suicide Squad 1

Suicide Squad Graphic Reviews has been a bit Gotham Central the last few weeks with the reviews of The Killing Joke and Gotham City Sirens, but I’ll be wrapping that up this week with a review of the two most recent Suicide Squad series just in time for the movie. […]


Graphic Reviews: Gotham City Sirens 1

Gotham City Sirens Hope everyone isn’t tired of Batman because here at Graphic Reviews, it’s all Gotham! While I don’t generally like going to heavy in on any one topic since there’s so many to choose from, the release of one of my favorite Batman comics (The Killing Joke), followed […]


Graphic Reviews: The Killing Joke

The Killing Joke An astute (i.e. has read more than one of my reviews and isn’t brain dead) may have noticed that my favorite superhero is Batman. I have mentioned this a few times in previous reviews. I grew up watching Batman: The Animated Series and first fell in love […]


Graphic Reviews: DCC Showcase – Marguerite Sauvage & DC Bombshells 1

DCC Showcase – Marguerite Sauvage & DC Bombshells I have been waiting since before I started writing Graphic Reviews to be able to attend the Denver Comic Con (living at the opposite end of the state made that a bit more difficult than it is now) and I’m very excited to […]


Graphic Reviews: Creator Content – Darwyn Cooke

Creator Content Darwyn Cooke And now for something different! This week in Graphic Reviews, I wanted to take some time to recognize and remember the work of a creator who had a huge impact on the comic book world: Darwyn Cooke. Cooke battled an aggressive form of cancer before sadly passing […]


Graphic Reviews: Black Widow

Black Widow Ever since watching Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (still winner of lamest superhero movie title ever), I’ve been stuck on the problem of movies about singular superheroines. More than anything, I want to see a proliferation of them. But here’s the problem: how many superhero movies are […]


Graphic Reviews: Superman Red Son

I have long been a fan of superheroes but I have always found that one in particular has never been my cup of tea: Superman. While I will gleefully read stories that have me diving into Gotham with Batman, going on mythic adventures with Wonder Woman or planet hopping with […]


Graphic Reviews: The Doom That Came to Gotham 1

One of my favorite DC publications is its Elseworlds line. Elseworlds are one-shot stories that essentially create an alternate universe whose connection to DC canon is often just that they feature iconic heroes like Batman and Superman. Many are self-contained universes of their own. Some of the best stories in the DC universe […]


Graphic Reviews: Black Orchid

Black Orchid One of the most essential elements of graphic novels is the collaboration between writing and art, whether one person fills those roles or several. You can have great writing or great artwork and still have it result in an entertaining story. But stories that are woven so that […]