Weekly Comic Book Roundup #11

Justice League, Volume 1: The Totality (Justice League (2018) #1) by Scott Snyder (Goodreads Author), Jorge Jimenez, Jim Cheung (Illustrations), Doug Mahnke The Synopsis A brand-new era begins here! Comics legends Scott Snyder and Jim Cheung launch the Justice League into a cosmos-shaking mystery that will draw out their most terrible foes…in ways our heroes couldn’t possibly imagine! The League was […]

Weekly Comic Book Roundup #7

Batgirl, Volume 1: Beyond Burnside (Batgirl (2016) #1) by Hope Larson (Writer), Raphael Albuquerque (Artist), Dave McCaig (Colourist), Deron Bennett (Letterer) Synopsis A part of DC Universe: Rebirth! Barbara Gordon looks to add a new bullet point to her already impressive Batgirl resume: travel agent. Having just (barely!) survived the Battle of Burnside and verging on an Arkham-worthy breakdown, the star pulls a Kerouac and gets […]

Weekly Comic Book Roundup #6

Nightwing: The Rebirth Deluxe Edition Book 1 (Nightwing (2016) (Single Issues) -1, 1-15) by Tim Seeley (Goodreads Author),  Javier Fernández (Illustrations) Synopsis Back in blue, the latest hit NIGHTWING series is now collected in hardcover in NIGHTWING: THE REBIRTH DELUXE EDITION BOOK 1! Dick Grayson is his name. Heroism is his one true calling. To heed that call, […]

Weekly Comic Book Roundup #5

Supergirl, Volume 1: Reign Of The Cyborg Supermen (Supergirl (2016) #1) by Steve Orlando (Writer), Brian Ching (Artist), Emanuela Lupacchino (Penciler), Ray McCarthy (Inker), Michael Atiyeh (Colourist), Steve Wands (Goodreads Author) (Letterer) Synopsis A part of DC Universe: Rebirth!  Supergirl moves to National City! As Kara Danvers, average American teenager and high school student, Supergirl must balance her life as a superhero with her new life on Earth. But […]

Interview with Travis Smith

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I got into writing about superheroes and philosophy after reading an article by Adam Barkman published in Comment magazine. I could give that a try, I thought. Why not? Barkman looked at superheroes from a “mythological” point of view; I would […]