Articles by dave wallace

  1. Batman #3 Cover Image

    Batman #3

    Despite some occasional sections that sag a little, the issue manages to pull off an exciting and dramatic conclusion, ratcheting up the tension via some fast-cut switching between different perspectives and locales, and providing a nail-biting cliffhanger worthy of the 1960s TV series.

    Comic Review Article Dave Wallace November 21, 2011
  2. Batwoman #3 Cover Image

    Batwoman #3

    To avoid any doubt, let me start by summing up Batwoman in a single sentence: it's one of the best superhero comics I've ever read, and it's certainly the crown jewel of DC's New 52 reboot.

    Comic Review Article Dave Wallace November 14, 2011
  3. Animal Man #3 Cover Image

    Animal Man #3

    Despite some well-handled plot twists and some vague teases as to what the story might ultimately be building towards, it doesn't really feel like there's much for readers to get their teeth into, even after three issues.

    Comic Review Article Dave Wallace November 7, 2011
  4. Swamp Thing #3 Cover Image

    Swamp Thing #3

    Snyder's gift for marrying the conventions of superhero storytelling with more grounded and unsettling horror elements is also reminiscent of Moore's run.

    Comic Review Article Dave Wallace November 7, 2011
  5. Batman #2  Cover Image

    Batman #2

    This second issue of Scott Snyder's Batman isn't quite as compelling as the first.

    Comic Review Article Dave Wallace October 24, 2011
  6. Batman #2  Cover Image

    Batman #2

    This second issue of Scott Snyder's Batman isn't quite as compelling as the first.

    Comic Review Article Dave Wallace October 23, 2011
  7. SLUGFEST: Justice League #2 Cover Image

    SLUGFEST: Justice League #2

    Batman fights Superman! Flash enters the scene! Green Lantern says something dumb! Vic Stone! You paid $4 for this! Dave Wallace: Ray Tate: Dave Wallace: Away from the hype and raised expectations that accompanied the release of the first issue of Justice League , it's now a little easier to see what the book is trying to accomplish.

    Comic Review Article Dave Wallace, Ray Tate October 23, 2011