Review: City of Legends by Cheyanne Young

Where to start with this one. Maci Knight lives in a world where there are superheroes (they all pretty much have the same powers, speed, healing, strength, etc) and normal people. She’s not just from a superhero race, she’s the prized daughter of the Mayor of the Superheroes. She, like all members of her genetic […]

Review: Gotham Academy # 4

Somehow Olive and her friends escaped…whatever it was in the pit in the North Hall without getting injured, or caught, or sentenced to detention. But the teachers definitely know what’s going on, as Olive accidentally catches Mr. Wayne inquiring about HER specifically and Headmaster Hammer hints that he knows it was her in the North […]

Review: Soul Eater Season 1 Episode 13

The Man with the Magic Eye – Maka and Soul’s Diverging Soul Wavelength? As punishment for trying to kill Medusa Eruka Frog is sent to Witch Prison to break out the Man with the Magic Eye, the man who stole the Witch Queen’s left eye. Medusa sends “Free” to challenge Maka and Soul, particularly to […]

Review: Batgirl #36

The fight continues, the um, fight to recover the contents of Barbara Gordon’s computer which was stolen by a goon bent on exposing everyone’s private lives to the whole world. But it also contained her college work, which is due. While out searching for help to recover her files Babs runs into a techie at […]

Review: Gotham Academy #3

Last issue Olive Silverlock accidentally busted a secret cult in a hidden crypt of the cemetery on academy grounds. But it turns out the secret society (The Order of the Bat) is trying to help the school by binding the crazy ghost of Millie Cobblepot. And when Pomeline confronts Olive about her assumptions that the […]

Review: Soul Eater: Season 1 Episode 12

Courage that Beats out Fear- Maka Albarn’s Great Resolution? The students take a bit of a back seat to the witches in this episode as we get to see that Medusa (the witch and Death’s school nurse) has a whole lot up her sleeve. More than even the other witches know. Eruka Frog tries to […]

Review: Batgirl #35

Confession time: This is my first look at the new 52 Batgirl. Yes, I know, this comic came out in December 2014, and I’ve had it for months, but it’s the New 52 and I’ve been afraid to look. But really? I loved it. Very modern, very smart. This is not Nancy Drew, this is […]

Review: Gotham Academy #2

Olive is struggling to come to terms with what happened over the summer, more so because she doesn’t remember it. Her memory is a big hole, making the rumors of ghosts and mysterious movements in the night take a big step back and morphing her from a fun-loving student like the others, to a moody […]