4.5

Saucer Country #1

Vertigo's second issue of their new wave (affectionately referred to as "the New Four" in some circles) is Saucer Country, a...
3.0

Demon Knights #5

It's fitting that Demon Knights has Jason Blood/Etrigan as one of the central figures of the book, as it manages to oscillate from incredibly...
2.5

Stormwatch #5

The feeling here is still that of being in the midst of an ongoing party where you don't know all the guests. Maybe the cast is just too...
3.5

Stormwatch #4

How do you go about filling the big shoes that have stumbled on this title? Grant Morrison couldn't do it. I thought Christos Gage did okay,...
1.5

Demon Knights #3

Madame Xanadu's spell repels the invaders from the village, but at a great personal cost. The barrier is only temporary. Vandal Savage, The Shining...
3.0

Demon Knights #2

Demon Knights reminds me a lot of Maid Marian and Her Merry Men. I'm not suggesting in any way this is a bad thing -- I simply have (probably) seen...
4.0

Action Comics #899

Action Comics #899 is an impressive issue in that it manages to accomplish several interesting and entertaining things all at once -- without...
3.5

Knight and Squire #6

Knight and Squire #6 sees the miniseries conclude with a story in which the titular heroes must do battle with the Joker -- yes, the real one --...
4.5

Knight and Squire #5

Pathos can be an effective tool for a writer. When used in the context of a comedy, it can punctuate an otherwise amusing and light-hearted...
4.5

Knight and Squire #5

Pathos can be an effective tool for a writer. When used in the context of a comedy, it can punctuate an otherwise amusing and light-hearted...