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Category Archive: Comic Editorials

Review: Flashpoint: Batman-Knight of Vengeance #2

      I am writing this now as a warning. If you have not yet read this issue, if you have avoided all spoilers or even if you have been engulfed in the hype surrounding this issue and...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Flashpoint #3

  When we last saw our hero, Barry Allen, he was one crispy critter. After trying to replicate the lab accident that turned him into the Flash, Barry was laying on the ground, sizzling, while...

Review: Batman and Robin #25

The final issue of the Judd Winnick penned Batman and Robin arc is upon us. We open with the unnamed villain from issue 24 listening to poor Scarlet talk about how Jason Todd is coming for her....

Bat Bulletin: Wayne Industries Guilty Of Corporate Espionage?

  In issue number five of “Batman Incorporated” we get a good look at the “Bat-Plane” as it swoops over Africa and picks up new character “Batwing” as he was...

Review: Detective Comics #878

No words can possibly attempt to explain what Scott Snyder has done for Detective Comics or more importantly Batman in general. He single-handedly took all of the BS that has piled up recently,...

Levitz on Huntress Mini

In addition to the Penguin mini announced Monday, was the announcement of another mini-series titled The Huntress. The series is written by former DC Comics publisher, Paul Levitz. Newsarama spoke...

Hurwitz Talks Penguin Mini

It was announced on Monday that in October we would be seeing a Penguin mini-series written by Gregg Hurwitz. The five part mini-series reveals the "pain and prejudice" that Penguin...

DC Comics: The New 52 #1

The Source has announced that at San Diego as well as comic shops worldwide will release DC Comics: The New 52 #1. The issue will feature a cover art gallery of all of the issue releasing in...

Bat-Book Delays

    There are no actual delays this week but I would like to talk about 'Batman: The Dark Knight'. As you may recall, I have been expressing, over the last few weeks, my confusion...

New Mini's Added to October's Solicitations

The Source revealed that two mini-series will also be released this October and follow to members of The Batman Universe in the DCnU. Comic Book Resources and Newsarama released the covers to one of...

October's Bat-Books Announced

The Source has revealed the Bat-Books that will be hitting stores in October. All titles are in the DCnU and as expected will continue where issue one left off. Here are the highlights of the...

Review: Batgirl #22

Amidst all the news coming from DC over the past month or – and worries for the future of some of our favorite characters – it's been easy to forget that there's still the...

Variant Cover: Batman: Gates of Gotham #4

Comic Book Resources has posted Dustin Nguyen's variant cover to Batman: Gates of Gotham #4.     Posted by Dustin Fritschel

Preview: Batman Beyond #7

Newsarama has posted a three page preview of Batman Beyond #7. The issue hits stores tomorrow, July 6. Check out the first page of the preview after the jump, and then head over to Newsarama for the...

Final Retroactive 90's Batman Cover Revealed

The cover to the DC Retroactive 90's Batman one-shot has been revealed by The Source. The cover was done by Norm Breyfogle and Carlos Badilla.     Posted by Dustin Fritschel

Harvey Award Nominees Announced

The Harvey Award Nominees have been announced and one Batman creator has been nominated.     BEST COVER ARTIST Frank Quitely, BATMAN AND ROBIN, DC Comics   Congratulations and good...

Review: Birds of Prey #13

Picking up immediately as the previous issue closed this second, and closing, installment of Hostile Takeover – No Sentence Shall be Commuted – opens with Huntress urging Oracle –...

Daniel on Bruce's Future in 'Tec

This September, one of DC Comics longest running series is getting renumbered, and Tony Daniel is the creator with the responsiblity of relaunching it. Detective Comics #1 will feature both writing...

Single Page Batman Origin Story

  I’ve been catching up on some back issues lately one of which was “Justice Society of America” #50 by Marc Guggenheim. Guggenheim has had a pretty good run with the JSA book...

10 Clues to the Batman Relaunch

Newsarama posed a very simple question to a number of the writers involved in the relaunch taking place this September.   If you could give fans one (or more!) clue about what's coming in...

Review: Batman and Robin #24

Batman and Robin #24 is the second issue in the latest three-issue arc. Written by Judd Winick, with art by Greg Tocchini, the issue lacks some of the finesse of the last issue.   We open with...

Bat-Book Delays

  Bat-Book Delays is back! And with the usual culprits. Most important would be the delays to 'Batman: Arkham City' so I'll cover those first.   As most of you will know,...

DC's Retroactive 80's Batman Cover

The Source has revealed the cover to the Retroactive 80's Batman one-shot which was done by Jerry Bingham & Carlos Badilla.     Posted by Dustin Fritschel

Batman in Flashpoint!

  The Artwork     In this article I’d like to take a look at the artwork for Batman as provided by Andy Kubert and Eduardo Risso. As most of you readers know the Batman in this...

Hine on Batman and Robin's Final Story

On the eve of the DC relaunch, David Hine is charged with not only wrapping a series up, but also concluding the relationship of Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne in the pages of Batman and Robin. Comic...

Snyder on the "New" Batman

In September, Scott Snyder will shift from his stories in Detective Comics to telling new stories in Batman along with Greg Capullo. Comic Book Resources has posted an interview with Snyder in which...

DCU Spotlight: New Justice League Revealed

San Diego Comic Con is less than a month away, and exclusives are being announced left and right for merchandise vendors. Over the weekend, 'Toon Tumblers revealed their exclusive for Comic-Con...

Preview: Batman Incorporated #7

Newsarama has posted a three page preview of Batman Incorporated #7. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, June 29. Check out the first page of the preview below and then head over to Newsarama. The...

Review: Red Robin #24

Red Robin #24 is a sour issue for me. Not because the writing is bad, because it’s not. Not because Marcus To, and inker Ray McCarthy aren’t doing a damn fine job on art, because they...

Whatever Happened to Batman: Odyssey?

The first six issues of Batman: Odyssey were released and the last issue made it to stores in February. Everyone knew that the series would be taking a break as well as continuing with the remaining...