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Category Archive: Comic Editorials

Review: Batman and Robin #8

The roller coaster ride continues! DC wasted no time in releasing the second part of Morrison and Stewart’s story arc. After an excellent, yet confusing issue in number seven, we receive the...

Review: The Question #37

With a recent slew of old titles being brought back to tie into Blackest Night, you’re probably wondering if they are really worth picking up. And let me tell you, The Question number thirty...

Creator Spotlight: Jim Aparo

Welcome back bat-believers to “Creator Spotlight”. Zach here again, and this time I will be tackling a further look into the career of a true architect of comics, the unforgettable...

Review: Red Robin #9

Red Robin #9, written by Chris Yost, art by Marcus To, not Ramon Bachs who is on the cover of the comic as artist, but following the many screw ups in the DC office with soliciting Paul to be writing...

Review: The Brave and the Bold #27

November 2009-Batman and Dial H for Hero   Just in case you don’t know what Dial H for Hero is, he is kinda like the cartoon Ben 10. Instead of having a watch which turns the wearer into...

Review: Superman/Batman #68

Boy this comic has taken tons of twists and turns in its run hasn’t it?   It starts out as a complete in-continuity book, which is where events such as the downfall of Lex Luthor’s...

Review: Justice League of America #41

Batman joins the newly reformed Justice League of America in issue number 41 of the JLA written by James Robinson, penciled by Mark Bagley and ably inked by Hunter, Alquiza, and Wong.   First...

Review: Green Lantern #9 (2006)

Green Lantern featuring Batman   Well, the comic starts off with a man being chased through Gotham City by some a saber-tooth tiger and a skull with wings that can breathe fire. The man is later...

Review: The Brave and the Bold #31

Editor's Note: That's right. You did not read the title incorrect. We are going to start trying to review other books that we normally do not review on the comic cast. These books would fall...

Review: Batman and Robin #7

The much anticipated delayed issue number seven of Batman and Robin has finally arrived. The elusive writing talents of Grant Morrison continue to pack the panels with action-packed entertainment....

Creator Spotlight: Frank Miller

Hello Bat-fans, Zach here, and I would like to introduce you to a new segment I like to call “Creator Spotlight”. Twice a month, I will write a lengthy piece about a creator who has...

3 Batman Bodies

So…..   This is why "Batman and Robin" issue 7 has been delayed so long? For those who don't know, the above is a preview image for issue 7 that DC Comics released today and...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #8

After a one issue stint on Streets of Gotham number seven, Paul Dini again takes a break from the title and hands the writing duties over to guest writer Mike Benson. Benson gives us part one of the...

Review: Red Robin #8

Red Robin #8 is the end to the arc known as the council of spiders, and really is the finale to everything that Chris Yost has been setting up since issue #1. That being said, this issue is not...

Review: Batgirl #6

It's felt like a long month since turning the last page of Batgirl #5 and seeing Stephanie Brown, lying on the floor, having been shot in the head. Sure, I knew she'd be okay but I was...

Review: Batman Confidential #40

I must admit, when I found out Batman Confidential was double-shipping for the end of 2009, I was concerned that DC was trying to wrap up the Blackhawk Down story arc by the end of the year so the...

Review: World’s Finest #2

Everyone’s favorite 10 year old crime fighter is back and this time he is teaming up with Metropolis’ own Guardian in the second entry of the four part “World’s Finest”...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #7

After a two issue break, Paul Dini returns to Streets of Gotham to continue his Mr. Zsaz storyline and provide us with a characterization of the under used Humpty Dumpty. Dustin Nguyen continues to...

Creator Posts

Today, we had a post done by Tony Daniel over on his blog. Besides wishing everyone a Happy New Year, he also posted up a new image for an upcoming comic.     I've been very secretive...

Creator Posts

Today's post comes from JH Williams III. For those who don't know, Williams has been doing the amazing art on Detective Comics. With issue #860, Williams wrapped his duties. Over on his blog,...

Review: Batman Confidential #39

This issue is the final part of the Blackhawk Down story arc, and unfortunately, it was kind of disappointing. The first two issues were great, the third was good, but this one was kind of a letdown....

Creator Posts

Creator Posts takes us to Cameron Stewart today. Yesterday, Stewart posted up on his Twitter page links to YouTube. Those links gave us a first look at some of his art on his upcoming run on Batman...

Review: Batgirl #5

About half-way through reading this book and it occurred to me – and I might be the only person who this hadn't previously occurred to – Batgirl is a TEAM book. I'm not talking...

Review: Red Robin #7

Red Robin #7 written by Chris Yost and with art by Marcus To and Dexter Vines is part three of a four part arc called “Council of Spiders.”   Yost who through the past six issues has...

Review: Batman Confidential #37

After reading the first issue of this story arc, I was very impressed, and hoping I wouldn’t be disappointed by part 2. Fortunately, I wasn’t. This issue delivers everything the first...

A Batman Bulletin from Blackest Night #5

The fate of Batman finally revealed? Bruce Wayne rises from the dead? The latest horror from the Blackest Night is none other than our own Caped Crusader?   In a stunning development from the...

Creator Posts

Today's posts come from an artist you may remember from the past. Adam Hughes used to draw the Catwoman comics a couple of years ago. Well, it turns out that he posted up some interesting art for...

Review: Red Robin #6

Red Robin #6 marks the debut on the series of artist Marcus To and inker Ray McCarthy on both the cover and interior of the book replacing Francis Manapaul, who handled the covers, and Ramon Bachs,...

Creator Posts

Tony Daniel posted this up today. I have to say that his art IS good.     Posted by Dustin

Review: Batman: Unseen #4

You would think that after their long history with the character, Doug Moench and Kelley Jones would have some sort of grasp on the Batman mythos. However, the Unseen continues to be a poorly...