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Doomsday Clock Trailer Released

DC has released a trailer teasing November’s release of Doomsday Clock. The video features Geoff Johns talking about how he came up with the idea for the series as well as what they wanted to...

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Episode 231

With solicitations just around the corner, DC announces a few new creator shifts for December and we discuss that and details on this year’s Batman Day. We review Batman #30 and Detective...

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Prime 1 Studio Announces Arkham Knight Batman Beyond Variant

Prime 1 Studio has revealed their newest statue that is immediately open for pre-orders. Based off the Batman Beyond skin appearing in Batman: Arkham Knight, this new variant will release between...

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Funko Announces Second Wave of DC Bombshells Pop Heroes

Funko has announced a new wave of Pop Heroes for the DC Comics Bombshells line. The second wave includes Poison Ivy, Batwoman and Catwoman, including a 1:6 purple chase variant and Books-A-Million...

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Gotham Season 4 Episode 1 Details, Images and Clips

The first episode of the season of Gotham airs tonight at 8PM ET/CT on Fox with “Pax Peguina”. Fox has released a number of screens and videos to promote tonight’s season premiere.  ...

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DC All Access: Titans Casting and Batman Day

DC All Access has released their latest episode which features Gotham, the Titans series and the first of the Dark Nights one-shot, Batman: The Death #1.  

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Batman Enters the Gritty Dark World of Film Noir in New One-Shot

Batman has teamed up with The Shadow, the Ninja Turtles, and the Scooby Gang, but has he teamed up with a cable TV host? Well it’s about to happen as Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and DC Comics...

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Diamond Select Solicits for Spring 2018

Diamond Select has announced some of the items that will be making their way to stores next spring and there are a few new TBU items.   DC ARKHAM ASYLUM VG VINIMATES    A Diamond Select Toys...

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Episode 56

  BBFB: Batman: Run, Riddler, Run   0:00:00 Intro 0:01:22 Comic News 0:09:51 Azrael #14 0:18:38 Batman: The Return 0:29:59 Superman/Batman #78 0:37:58 Batman and Robin #17 0:47:22 Batman...

TBU Villain Wall Episode 4

Villains: Film Freak and Ratcatcher Judgement: Gone and Gone Lawyers: Dustin and Zach

Episode 46

  Story: Batman: Run, Riddler, Run Books Covered: Batman: Run, Riddler, Run #1-3  

Review: Detective Comics #871

It’s hard for me to read a comic illustrated by Jock without getting a bitter taste in the back of my mouth. I know I can’t blame him for how things worked out between Greg Rucka and DC...

TDKR: Tom Hardy Confirmed

Last night there was a release party held in Hollywood for Inception. In attendance was a number of the cast and crew from Inception, including Chris Nolan. Nolan was pressed with questions about The...

Review: Gotham City Sirens #17

I’m going to start this review with a confession: I pretty much gave up on this series a couple months ago. When Gotham City Sirens first began I was sold on it by the promise of Paul...

Video of the Day

  Here's an interesting video with Christopher Nolan talking about his collaborations with composer, Hans Zimmer Nolan and Zimmer are undoubtedly one of the best director/composer duo in the...

Review: Batman and Robin #17

Batman and Robin 17 was originally solicited as a Peter Tomasi book, only to be changed somewhat last minute to a Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel book. With Tomasi's work on Brightest Day, it...

TDKR: The Dark Knight’s Prey

  So the big rumor flying about at the moment is the possibility of The Dark Knight Rises borrowing ideas from the comic book story arc 'Prey' or even adapting it completely. With...

Review: Batwoman #0

When DC announced the departure of Greg Rucka from Detective Comics back in the spring of 2010, many fans saw it as the death knell for the newest member of the Bat-family. While DC was quick to...

Year of Batmen: Part 11

Does Size Matter?   We all know Batman is a big guy. Off times he’s portrayed as big as Superman. To illustrate, take a look at the picture below from Superman #703.     But hold...

BAC: Villains!!!

  As we await the new Arkham City trailer premiering on the VGA's on SPIKE, what can we expect to see?   Well you have to go with what made Batman: Arkham Asylum a blockbuster,...

Review: Knight and Squire #2

Remember how last month I thought Knight and Squire #1 was awesome? Well, #2 is….nowhere near as good. I mean sure the opening sequence with Beryl in a newsagents buying a magazine was good,...

Call for Podcast Co-Hosts

It is that time of the year again and we are calling for podcast co-hosts. We do this around the same time every year and we have added to our staff. In 2008, we added Josh, Nick, and Savannah. In...

Review: Birds of Prey #6

The second part of this two-part story-arc is entitled 'Two Nights in Bangkok' and starts immediately as the first part ended: Huntress and Lady Blackhawk – Helena Bertinelli and Zinda...

Review: Red Robin #17

Red Robin #17 is another solid issue from the series, that I am really starting to enjoy thanks to Marcus To and Fabian Nicieza. The art is always solid from To, and the writing for the most part has...

Review: Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics

Another DVD came out a couple weeks back and I wanted to make sure to tell you about. Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics was announced out of nowhere back in July. San Diego Comic Con was right...

Review: Brightest Day #14

With the return of Bruce Wayne, Batman is seemingly everywhere these days. The pages of Brightest Day are no exception. But, if you’re thinking that Batman dons the White Lantern ring and uses...

Happy Thanksgiving!

For those of you in the United States, today is Thanksgiving. There probably won't be very much news today, if any at all. So here's a wish that you all have a great Thanksgiving. We all here...

Review: Batgirl #15

This new chapter in the life of Batgirl opens with Wendy Harris recounting to Barbara Gordon an earlier conversation she'd had with Stephanie Brown during which the two young women explored the...

Review: Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6

Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6 marks the culmination of Grant Morrison’s tale of the Caped Crusader's battle against Darkseid’s Omega Sanction. But faithful readers of...

Video of the Day

As we all know MTV is known for pushing actors into talking Batman all of the time. Christian Bale is making is press rounds for The Fighter and MTV asked him what he thought about doing Batman in...

TDKR: Bale Talks

MTV posted up an interview with a confirmed member of the cast for The Dark Knight Rises. Christian Bale, who will reprise his role as Bruce Wayne, gave a brief mention at what is to come of The Dark...

Call for Reviewers

So it is that time, when I come on here, step up on my soapbox, and ask for help. SteveJRogers has been covering a number of books for the past few months, but has had to scale back on doing reviews....

Life-size Batman Statues?

I came across these interesting statues that are scheduled to be released at the end of the year. Can you imagine having a life-size statue in your house? No villain would ever think about breaking...

Review: Superman/Shazam-The Return of Black Adam Blu-ray

DC Showcase presents Superman/Shazam! Wait, isn't DC Showcase a comic? Well it was, and now it is a series for animated shorts from the DC Universe. The idea behind these shorts is to give a sort...

TDKR: Start Date?

Empire Online has posted up some comments from Michael Caine about the filming time frame of The Dark Knight Rises. While we would normally report this as a rumor, this comes from a reputable source....

Episode 45

  Story: Batman/Green Arrow: Poison Tomorrow Books Covered: Batman/Green Arrow: Poison Tomorrow  

Episode 55

  BBFB: Batman/Green Arrow: Poison Tomorrow   0:00:00 Intro 0:01:18 Comic News 0:32:48 Red Hood: Lost Days #6 0:45:29 Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6 0:55:40 Batgirl #15 1:03:37 Batman...

Auction Watch: Detective Comics #27

  Yesterday, a copy of Detective Comics #27 was auctioned off and made a substantial amount for the owner. In 1939, when Detective Comics #27 was released, ten cents was all Robert Irwin paid...