Romulo Fajardo Jr


Wonder Woman #52 cover by David Yardin

Wonder Woman #52 Review: A Wacky and Fun Team-Up Book

Aztek’s helmet displays a message that indicates the location of an Amazon fighting Tezcatlipoca in a place called the Smoking Mirror. Naturally, Aztek seeks the aid of Wonder Woman whom learns that the Amazon is named Atalanta, who lead a nomadic tribe of Amazons that split off from those on Themyscira. She knows another member […]

Wonder Woman #51 cover by Stanley "Artgerm" Lau

Wonder Woman #51 Review: A Good Book Just Off the Mark of Greatness

Wonder Woman has arrived at Slabside, a maximum-security prison in the Antarctic made to house super-criminals. She has come here to visit the Mayfly, aka Moon Robinson, the supervillain with enhanced strength and speed which put a bullet in Diana’s abdomen a few months ago. Diana wants to see the Mayfly rehabilitate, and so Wonder […]

Wonder Woman #50 cover by Jesus Merino and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Wonder Woman #50 Review: Stepping Around the Catharsis

Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor meet up before Steve goes off on a tour, now rejoined with the Navy. They reflect on the battle against the Dark Gods, and we go back to Diana’s fight against their legion as well as her brother Jason. It’s only Wonder Woman left to fight these monstrosities, and she […]

Wonder Woman #49 cover by Stephen Segovia and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Wonder Woman #49 Review: Wonder Woman Against the Dark Gods

Wonder Woman has returned to Earth, and there is new hope that the Dark Gods, led by King Best, can be defeated. Jason joins her sister in the fight, and Steve Trevor coordinates his task force to contain the effect of the Dark Gods. Diana and Jason start with King Best while Karnell, Savage Fire, […]

Wonder Woman #48 cover by Jesus Merino and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Wonder Woman #48 Review: An Issue of No Consequence

Wonder Woman was summoned away from Earth by the Star Sapphire Corps. That leaves Jason on his own to face down the Dark Gods. Thankfully, he is not alone for long, as Supergirl, Steve Trevor, and the Justice League are there to help in the fight for our world. Wonder Woman #48 is pure padding. […]

Titans Special #1 cover by Brandon Peterson

Titans Special #1 Review: A New Era of Titans

The breach in the Source Wall is causing countless new and powerful metahumans to manifest around the world. After a failure to help one shakes him to his core, Nightwing knows it’s time for the Titans to be reformed. He goes to the Justice League, and they tell Dick that a new team will have […]

Wonder Woman #47 cover by Emanuela Lupacchino, Ray McCarthy, and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Wonder Woman #47 Review: Wonder Woman vs. Supergirl is Awesome

Wonder Woman is locked in battle with Supergirl, whom seems controlled by an outside force. She speaks of the Dark Gods and their impending arrival. Diana doesn’t want to hurt Kara and is trying to subdue her and hopefully learn something about these alleged Dark Gods. Elsewhere, Jason has solicited the Fates themselves to learn […]


Wonder Woman #46 cover by Emanuela Lupacchino and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Wonder Woman #46 Review: Abandon Ye Old Gods

Cheetah is captured by Veronica Cale, whom wants to examine Barbara Minerva further. However, the Cheetah soon gets free and begins a warpath through Cale’s headquarters. Wonder Woman stops Minerva from killing Cale, but the Cheetah begins a bizarre rant about “new dark gods” arriving on Earth. Disturbingly, Diana sees something which supports these ramblings. […]

Action Comcs Special #1 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Action Comics Special #1 Review: Another Great Superman Comic

A Lex Luthor from the future returns through time to enact his final revenge against Superman, and it just may be Lex Luthor of the present that saves the Man of Steel. Then, at a White House Correspondents’ Dinner, reporter Clark Kent riffs on Lex Luthor in a vicious comedy routine. Finally, Lois Lane is […]

Wonder Woman #44 cover by Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz, and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Wonder Woman #44 Review: Fun With Darkseid, But the Story is Shallow

Wonder Woman, Jason, and A.R.G.U.S are at war with Darkseid, Grail, the Female Furies, and their Parademons. Darkseid’s servants have almost finished their machine, so the clock is ticking on Diana and her allies to finish off the forces of Apokolips. To start, it’s objectively awesome to read a comic that is almost entirely about […]

Wonder Woman #42 cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair

Wonder Woman #42 Review: Diana VS Grail- Fight!

Jason has returned with new powers and a new suit of armor. He doesn’t remember how all of this happened, and the conversation is cut short by Grail making an appearance in Germany. Jason and Wonder Woman go to respond, and Jason explains his first meeting with Grail to Diana. There, Jason is waylaid by […]


The Brave and the Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman #1 cover by Liam Sharpe and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

The Brave and the Bold- Batman/Wonder Woman #1 Review: Slow, Goofy… Jaysus

There is chaos in the Faerie realm of Tir Na Nog, and Lord Cernunnos is trying his best to calm the unrest. However, he cannot do it alone and seeks help. Elsewhere, Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor are in a vacation getaway in Antarctica. They hope to be undisturbed, but, when Cernunnos calls for help, […]


Greg Rucka Departing Wonder Woman Because Of Its Twice-Monthly Pace

DC Rebirth Wonder Woman writer Greg Rucka has announced via his tumblr that he will be leaving the comic with it’s 25th issue. Making a point to put people’s mind at ease that he is not leaving for any nefarious reasons or being fired, he simply needs to respect his commitments to his fellow collaborators […]

A Return to Wonder – Wonder Woman #14 Review

With this latest instalment in the DC Rebirth Wonder Woman series, we return to the finale of Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo Jr.‘s Year One story, presented us with a revised origin to the character in the current DC Universe. And frankly, it feels like a return for the character. Let me go […]

In Today’s Wonder Woman, Gail Simone Gets a Promotion

Reading today’s Wonder Woman, by Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo Jr., an utter joy to read and filled with hope, also had a neat little nod to an old writer of the title, Gail Simone. Congratulations on your promotion to General, @GailSimone #WonderWoman #ww pic.twitter.com/WfSiOJV0Jd — Joe Glass 🏳️‍🌈Haus of X, henny! NYCC […]

A Love Worth Fighting For – Midnighter & Apollo #4

By Joe Glass [SPOILERS FOLLOW FOR MIDNIGHTER & APOLLO #4] Well now, this one is a doozy! For those needing a catch up (and really, why? You should ALL be picking up this book), Midnighter has descended into Hell to rescue Apollo, who was killed by the Mawzir and is now being held captive by […]

Tales From The Four Color Closet – Midnighter: The Hero We Need!

By Joe Glass This week has seen the release of the first DC comic headlined by a gay male lead, in the form of Midnighter by Steve Orlando, Aco and Romulo Fajardo Jr. Midnighter is of course an existing character, albeit one who’s gone through some changes since the New 52 came around. In the […]