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Category Archive: Comic News

Bat-Book Delays

  Welcome back to Bat-book delays! You know what time it is; it's time for your bi-monthly update on delays to 'Batman Incorporated'!   We can start off with 'Batman...

Higgins and Snyder on GoG

Comic Book Resources has posted an interview taken at C2E2 with Scott Snyder and Kyle Higgins. In the interview they talk about the series Batman: Gates of Gotham which has the first issue available...

Batman in Flashpoint!

    DC Comics is kicking off its summer spectacular featuring Barry Allen as the Flash in a world no one recognizes especially the Flash! The purpose behind the review isn’t so much...

Carlos D'Anda Talks BAC Comic

Newsarama has posted an interview with Carlos D'Anda. D'Anda is the artist on the series Batman: Arkham City and has also contributed ideas to the game itself. Here are the highlights from...

Review: Flashpoint #1

  Editor's Note: We try something a little new here with multiple people reviewing the same issue in one review. Let us know what you think.   Synopsis   Flashpoint opens with a...

DCU Spotlight: Review: The Flash #12

  Editor's Note: Flashpoint is a DC Universe event taking place in the comics. Although one would think that the story focuses on Flash, according to writer Geoff Johns, it is actually a...

Bat-Book Delays

  Well it seems Paul Dini is back to his usual self this week as 'Batman: Arkham City' #2 is delayed from the 25th of May to the 8th of June, but still, at least it's still going to...

Review: Secret Six #31-33

Editor's Note: Although we normally post up reviews for single issues, we are playing catch-up with Secret Six and with this multi-issue review we are caught up to what is currently out.  ...

Azzarello on Flashpoint Batman

Comic Book Resources has posted up an interview with Brian Azzarello in regards to his work on Flashpoint: Batman-Knight of Vengeance. Also for those who have not read the first issue of Flashpoint,...

August Solicitations Announced

DC Comics have released the solicitations for August 2011 and there are a number of interesting things occurring in The Batman Universe.   The first thing we see is that there will be another...

Review: Red Robin #23

Red Robin #23 is the start of a new storyline called “7 Days of Death” and it certainly starts off with a bang. In his civilian guise Tim is rebuilding crime alley, and as Red Robin, he...

Bat-Book Delays

  Welcome back to yet another Bat-Book Delays where I once again I am going to tell you that there will be a change in your schedule!   First of all 'Batman: The Dark Knight' #3 has...

Bat-Book Delays

  Not really that much in terms of delays this week, possibly because we don't have to worry about 'Batman: The Dark Knight' for a while and 'Batman Incorporated' was only...

Review: Birds of Prey #11

After the 'Death of Oracle' this latest issue, entitled 'Which Reason Knows Not Of', opens in the Chinese district of Gotham City as Huntress – Helena Bertinelli – charges...

Review: Batman #709

Upon realizing that this was the conclusion to the Judgment of Gotham crossover, I didn’t really know what to think. In my head I was telling myself that no matter what, there’s no way...

Bat-Bulletin: Trimming the Batman Line

One problem we at "The Batman Universe Comic Podcast" have is covering the many books DC puts out. It seems like the Batman line has more books than it really needs. Some are good, some are...

Bat-Book Delays

  You'll remember two weeks ago it was solicited that 'Batman: The Dark Knight' #4-5 were due on the same day of release on July 27, well, you'll be pleased to know that DC have...

Review: Batgirl #20

With a flashback to the last university semester 'Batgirl: The Lesson' continues and concludes with the second part of a two-part story-arc entitled, somewhat ambiguously perhaps, 'Tunnel...

Review: Batman and Robin #22

Batman and Robin #22 brings to an end the short-lived Tomasi/Gleason run we were all so hyped up about. For the past two issues, we've been learning about the criminological leanings of the White...

Batman Survived?

  I came across another interesting site the other day over on Tumblr. A writer/comic reader named Joel has set forth a challenge to read every Batman comic starting with Batman: Year One by...

Bat Bulletin

The Future of Batman and the Road That Leads To It     It's been nearly five years since Grant Morrison took the reigns on the Batman books. Starting his run on the Batman title proper,...

Review: Red Robin #22

Before I start this review, I best say something very important. I don’t like Azrael. I’ve read Knightfall, all three volumes of that story, and the story itself, to give it a short...

Review: Detective Comics #875

Snyder has truly created a thrilling interweaving story. The story opens with a beautiful monologue from Harvey Bullock, in which he tells us just how much Gotham truly wears a person down. When...

Review: Birds of Prey #10

"The Gristle and the Ghostly", the concluding part in "The Death of Oracle" story-arc, opens with a fantastic, immediately recognizable, close-up of Helena Bertinelli –...

Bat-Book Delays

  A very quick but interesting 'Bat-Book Delays' for you this week. You'll remember in the last post that I mentioned how 'Batman: The Dark Knight' #3 was being delayed by a...

Review: Superman/Batman #82

Superman and Batman return for the second part of Cullen Bunn’s “Sorcerer Kings” and things are no less “phantasmagorical”. (His words not mine.)   If you remember,...

Bat-Book Delays

  I have some very exciting news! Whilst it's nothing official, I have good reason to believe we'll be seeing 'Batwoman' in November 2011. This all came about from Amy Reeder...

Review: Red Robin #21

Last month, I thought that was the end of it. I thought this is it, the end of this stupid Unternet storyline that has been bogging down Red Robin and bringing it to Chris Yost levels of boredom for...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #2

After many delays, the second issue of The Dark Knight by David Finch has finally been released. Opening where we left off, Batman is interrogating Penguin, despite the presence of goons behind him,...

Review: Batman #708

Editor's Note: As mentioned in RiddleMeThis's review, the issue solicited was not the issue released, so the cover art is also wrong due to the incorrect solicitation by DC Comics.  ...