Book Breakdown - Zatanna: The Jewel of Gravesend is a Magical Mystery

Unlike her parents, Zatanna Starr doesn't enjoy the spotlight—or the art of illusion. But as the daughter of Coney Island's greatest illusionist and his stunning assistant/wife, she's long lived just outside the spotlight.

No Joke, Pennyworth is DC's Most Consistently Surprising Show

I can't say that I've been a true fan of Alfred Pennyworth for long. Yes, he's always been around my Batman fandom, bringing Bruce Wayne his dinner, his suits, and some much-needed fatherly advice (and occasional sassy retort).

Naomi's a Superhero for a New Age

Although Naomi: Season One came out back in 2019, it wasn't until recently that I dove into the short six-issue run, written by David

Naomi: A Chosen One Must Choose to Believe

Naomi is The CW’s newest DCTV series, and it changes up the familiar format quite a bit.

Book Breakdown - The Great Escape is Full of Hope, Dreams and Furies

Scott Free doesn't know anything about his path, but he's certain about one part of his future: He needs to get away from Granny Goodness and her Furies, and heading to Earth seems like as good of an escape plan as any.

Book Breakdown - House of El Dives Deeper Into Krypton's Secrets

When we last saw our heroes, Zahn-Re and Sera-Ur—two Kryptonians from disparate parts of society—had formed a tentative partnership aimed at discovering the truth about what's happening with their planet.

Super Friends? With Supergirl, it’s More Like Super Family

There are a lot of tropes in pop culture that are familiar to viewers, regardless of the show or the show's overarching themes.

Titans: Death Becomes, Shapes and Motivates Them

SPOILER ALERT: This post contains spoilers from the third season of Titans.

Book Breakdown - In Unearthed, Jessica Cruz Looks for the Light

Life isn't easy for undocumented immigrants in America.

Wonderful Women of the World Highlights Some of History's Finest

From 1942 to 1954, a feature ran in the back of DC’s Wonder Woman comics highlighting powerful and innovative women from history.

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