Greg Capullo

  • Batman: The Merciless #1 Review

    Batman: The Merciless #1 Review By John Saavedra Dark Nights: Metal continues with a look at yet another Batman from the Dark Multiverse. This time, we meet the Dark Knight from Earth -12, which has been completely obliterated by war between the forces of good and evil. In this...
  • Dark Nights: Metal #3 Review

    Dark Nights: Metal #3 Review By John Saavedra   Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo bring on the monsters in the latest issue of Dark Nights: Metal, which is an issue with a bit of a time jump if you haven’t been following the “Dark Knights” tie-in issues. Long story...
  • Batman: The Murder Machine #1 Review

    Batman: The Murder Machine #1 Review By John Saavedra   Batman: The Murder Machine #1 is a cruel book, perhaps the darkest issue of the Dark Night: Metal event so far, as the evil Batmen that came over from the Dark Multiverse take the fight to Cyborg. The issue...
  • Batman: The Red Death #1 Review

    Batman: The Red Death #1 Review By John Saavedra   Dark Nights: Metal, the big event crossover from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, has finally kicked off in full force this month with a series of spinoffs and one-shots that tie into the main story. While Batman’s allies in...
  • Dark Nights: Metal #2 Review

    Dark Nights: Metal #2 Review By John Saavedra   Batman is at his very best when he’s outsmarting everyone else, whether it be his rogues gallery, a cosmic threat, or his Justice League friends. Scott Snyder always writes Batman like he’s the smartest man in the room, and that’s...
  • Dark Nights: Metal #1 Review

    Dark Nights: Metal #1 Review By John Saavedra   Wow, it feels so good to have this dream team back on a Batman book. Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia return for the most rock n’ roll DC Comics event ever put on the page. The...
  • Review: Reborn Book One

    Mark Millar’s Reborn has been out of control since the start, and by the end of the sixth issue, it seems that everything is completed, exhausted, and satisfyingly finished. The book plays with the idea that there is neither Heaven nor Hell after death; instead, there’s a world of The Lord of...
  • Review – Reborn, Issue #1

    Wow. Well, okay. That was something. What if death wasn’t the end? What if after death, you are transported to a world of Dungeons and Dragons on crack? Though the first issue leaves you thoroughly confused as to what is actually going on, this seems to be the story behind Reborn. Although I...
  • Comic Series to Binge over the Holidays

    Whether you’ll spend hours travelling or are looking for a reason to avoid your family over the holidays, the break is a great time to start reading a new comic series.  Looking for suggestions? Here are some series that are not only critically acclaimed, but they’ll provide a perfect...