Just as a player might have to master a new skill in a Souls game to progress through a level, readers must learn a new set of skills to progress through the “Round the Bend” chapter of Moore’s Jerusalem.
Most men – not just geeks – have to try hard with women. And if you’re not trying hard, you almost definitely can and should do better. Here’s how.
Lego Batman is less a puerile playtime with a mishmash of minifigs and more a sincere character study that seems to truly understand the core of Batman’s character
The prospect of Lois and Clark having their second first date – a mere 973 issues after their seminal first first date – imbibes Jurgens’ Action run with some much-needed excitement.
An intriguing possibility is that the man behind the cowl is not Bruce Wayne, but rather an impersonator… This theory is the only possible salvation for an otherwise plodding and pointless plot.
Far too many shots linger on the crude costumes and shoddy special effects. It robs Charm City of the very verisimilitude necessary for the characters inhabiting it to likewise be believable.
Cullen Bunn’s Maul is nothing more than anger, hatred, and vengeance without reason or purpose. He’s robbed of his mystique when we find there’s nothing hidden beneath the mask.