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Category Archive: Comic Editorials

Review: Batman: Gotham Noir

Batman: Gotham Noir is Batman given the hard-boiled detective treatment. Except Bats is not our main protagonist. James Gordon, a private eye, is whose narrative we follow. The amazing team of Ed...

Tomasi on Batman and Robin with IGN

Batman and Robin #1 hit stores yesterday and while the main idea of the story is pretty evident, other than who will be in the cowl and mask is unknown about what will exactly will be happening in...

Review: Detective Comics #1

Over the past year, I think it’s safe to say that Tony Daniel hasn’t been the greatest writer that has written Batman, and to be honest, I think it’s safe to say that he...

DC: The New 52-Tomorrow’s Teases

Another week of the New 52 and that means new teases for the titles releasing tomorrow. Tomorrow you can expect two Bat-books and one DC Universe title featuring characters from The Batman Universe....

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #5

Well, well, well. It's come to this. Batman: The Dark Knight concludes with what is solicited as the penultimate issue. For those of in love with dictionaries, penultimate actually means...

Blackman and Williams Talk Batwoman with IGN

Batwoman has in one way or another been the book that escapes the grasps of the fans of The Batman Universe for quite some time. The character first made a reappearance in 2006 in a very different...

Batman in the New DCU #2

  This week saw the release of the first proper Batman book of DC's New 52 lineup, Detective Comics #1.  Batman was also involved in the first outing of the JLI with Justice League...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Flashpoint #5

  Flashpoint, and an era of DC Comics over 75 years in the making, comes to an end. This event has run over the summer and was widely publicized as the game-changer that would tie the old DCU to...

Review: Superman/Batman #87

DC Comics brings the hammer down on Superman/Batman #87!   This issue marks the end of the Superman/Batman comic for DC as they have decided not to continue it for their run of “The New...

Judd Winick on Launching Batwing

IGN continues their set of New 52 interviews with an interview with Judd Winick. Although Winick is writing multiple series, Batwing was the topic of discussion. Starting a hero from essentially the...

Gail Simone Talks Batgirl with IGN

Gail Simone's first issue of Batgirl debuts today and is already expecting a second printing. Though there have been many interviews talking about Barbara's new role, IGN asked a couple of...

Tony Daniel Talks with MTV Geek about Detective Comics

Tony Daniel's first issue of Detective Comics hits stores today and he holds the reigns of a series that certainly has some legacy. MTV Geek caught up with Daniel and talked to him about what we...

DC: The New 52-Tomorrow's Teases

DC Comics has been teasing their releases of the new 52 over the past couple of weeks. While we haven't been posting them up as DC releases them, we were saving them for the day before releases....

Simone Talks Batgirl with CBR

Batgirl #1 has already received a second printing and it hasn't even sold one copy yet. Tomorrow, Barbara Gordon's world changes with her donning the mantle of the Bat once again. And while...

Daniel on Detective Comics

Detective Comics hits stores this week. While this doesn't seem like a surprise since the series is the longest running series since it launched in 1937, this issue will be the first time that...

Batman in the New DCU #1

  Here we are, folks. The heralded start to the New DCU. This column series will be taking a look at Batman's activities each week with an eye to continuity and character history. For a...

Birds of Prey #1 Trailer

David Macho released another trailer for one of his artists' books. This time it featured art by Jesus Saiz from Birds of Prey #1.     Posted by Dustin Fritschel

DC Comics Ushers in the New 52

Most of you may be aware that today marks the day for the historic launch of DC Comics' relaunch of the entire line of superheroes. Last night at comic shops all over the country, midnight...

Winick Talks Batwing and Catwoman

Comic Book Resources has posted an interview with Judd Winick about his work on Batwing and Catwoman. Take a look.     Posted by Dustin Fritschel

Review: Batman and Robin #26

Batman and Robin #26 marks the end of a very short era, an era marked by a different Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder. Issue #26, written by David Hine and illustrated by Greg Tocchini and Andre...

Paul Jenkins on Writing "The Dark Knight"

Batman: The Dark Knight has been bombarded with delays ever since the first issue was released late last year. With the relaunch occurring, DC has decided to give it another go. This time around...

Preview: Batgirl #1

The New York Post has posted a five page preview of Batgirl #1. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, September 7. Check out the first page of the preview below and then head over to The New York...

Fan Expo 2011: DC Roundup

  Comic Book Resources and Newsarama both reported on the events that took place this past weekend at Fan Expo 2011 in Toronto. There was a ton of focus on all of the new series launching in...

Review: Batman #713

So, the final issue of the original run of the Batman ongoing comic series has finally come out and with it, comes the inevitable end of an era, but unfortunately this issue doesn't quite give...

Batman in the New DCU #0

  Welcome to this new column series, Batman in the New 52, where each week, I will be taking a look at what Batman is up to in DC's new continuity.  If you take a look at the spread of...

Review: Flashpoint #4

   The penultimate issue of the last 'event' in DC Comics for the foreseeable future (or so they say, it was my belief that Final Crisis was the event to end all events… the...

Review: Red Robin #26

Red Robin is finally over, after twenty six issues, we have reached the end of Tim Drake’s journey as his own man as Red Robin.   Only, do you think anyone took the time to tell the...

Review: Young Justice #6

For an issue with only Superboy and Superman on the cover, Young Justice #6 has a nice amount of Robin to start the issue. I will focus heavily on the Robin section of the issue, and less on the rest...

Um, seriously Hal, are you for real?

  Your friendly neighborhood comic book shop recently distributed DC's "The New 52" and inside it was a sneak preview to Justice League #1 that goes on sale 8/31/2011. There are...

Williams Launches Batwoman

Batwoman has been the series that has been going to happen for a really long time. As the series got closer to launch it was always held back for various reasons. Next month, the series finally...