Tag Archive for DC Comics

Nightwing

Introduction As you may have noticed, I’m a big fan of the big Bat (as are many of our reviewers here at NFNT.) There’s something about a superhero with that darker twinge of vengeance that appeals to me more than…

Nightwing: Ties that Bind

Okay, point of warning here. Dick spends the entire volume in some of the most frightening clothing this side of the early 80’s. I breathed a sigh of relief when Alfred and Harold (Batman’s chief mechanic) presented him with a…

Brand Building: Wildcats Version 3.0

“You people aren’t just readers, you’re consumers. How special do you feel…?” Jack Marlowe, who some readers might remember as the alien warrior Spartan from the original WildC.A.T.S. series, has focused his superpowers on the project of creating The Halo…

Fables, vol. 2: Animal Farm

In the first volume of this Eisner-nominated series, we learned that our beloved fairy-tale characters had been driven from their magical lands by the Adversary and forced to take refuge in the mundane world- Manhattan, to be exact. Those who…

The Sandman

Introduction Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series is one of the classics of the comics world. Much like an English major confessing that they’ve never read Shakespeare, when you tell people you haven’t read Sandman they give you horrified looks and instantly…