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Latest DC Super Hero Girls Webisode Released

Warner Bros. has released the latest webisode for DC Super Hero Girls which features Mera and Miss Martian with TBU appearances from Firefly, Batgirl, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn.

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DC All Access: TMNT and Damage

The latest DC All Access has released their latest episode which features The Brave and the Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman, Batman and the Signal, Super Sons, DC Collectibles at New York Toy Fair, and...

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Nightwing Creative Team Shakeup as Benjamin Percy Takes Over

Nightwing has seen quite a few shakeups in his life recently. From his move to Bludhaven to his breakup with Defacer, Dick has not had the smoothest life. Unfortunately, the changes keep coming as DC...

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Two More Batmobiles are Heading to Rocket League

Rocket League fans rejoice! A new DLC bundle is about to hit the popular vehicle-based soccer game and it’s going to make Batman fans very happy. Included in the pack are two versions of the...

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New LEGO DC Super Hero Girls Film Announced

What do you get when you combine the popularity of the DC Super Hero Girls cartoon, with the success of their LEGO counterparts? The answer may be found in LEGO DC Super Hero Girls: Super Villain...

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TBU Spotlight: Gerard Way’s Unpublished Batman Project “Kingdom of the Mad”

As announced last week, the latest addition to the collection of Batman: Black and White statues will be based on designs by Gerard Way. The multi-faceted man is a singer, composer, artist, and works...

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Episode 154

An episode 853 centuries in the making! Join Michael Bailey and me as we cover the 1998 DC crossover event DC One Million! After we discuss the “Justice League” film, Brian Michael Bendis...

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Amazing Yamaguchi Revoltech Batman Prototype Revealed

Toy Fair might be where the vast majority of merchandise news is coming from right now, but over in Japan Winter Wonder Fest is happening. The main thing that relates to The Batman Universe is...

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DCUO Screen of the Day

Bat-fan Michele shows us in today's screenshot from DC Universe Online that your skill sets can be respeced at either the Watchtower or Hall of Doom depending on your alignment.    ...

Review: Superman/Batman #79

Just in time for the 25th anniversary of “Back to the Future” its Superman/Batman #79 featuring Superman and Batman from DC One Million! (Just an aside here, have the efforts of...

DCUO Screen of the Day

Today's screen shows us that there will be races within the game that you can participate in. You can join the race by approaching the purple checkered flag.     Posted by Dustin

DCUO Screen of the Day

Today's screenshot shows us what loot and items will appear as. Once you go near the yellow question mark, you will learn what the item is.     Posted by Dustin

Reign of the Robins: Part 1

This winter the 70th anniversary of Captain America, Steve Rogers’ debut was celebrated. In March though, another 70th anniversary was marked, though not to the fanfare that it should have....

Episode 48

  Story: Oracle: Year One Books Covered: The Batman Chronicles #5  

Episode 58

  BBFB: Oracle: Year One   0:00:00 Intro 0:01:06 Comic News 0:08:51 Birds of Prey #7 0:15:45 Batman #705 0:23:52 Batman and Robin #18 0:29:19 Azrael #15 0:35:41 Batman Annual #28 0:44:39...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #18

Heart of Hush holds a special place in my comic book collection. It was actually the first Detective Comics story I bought, and one of the first things I ever started to read in the DC Universe. So...

DCUO Screen of the Day

  Bat-fan Michele is working along side the DC Universe most bizarre characters, Ambush Bug.   Posted by Dustin

Review: Batman Annual #28

If you stuck it out after Detective Comics Annual 12 and grabbed Batman Annual 28, I think you’ll find your patience rewarded. David Hine has stepped up his game and delivers a satisfying end...

DCUO Screen of the Day

  This next screenshot shows Bat-fan Michele about to combat.   Posted by Dustin

Bat-Bulletin

Batman Odyssey The Tooth and Nothing but the Tooth!     Batman Odyssey by Neal Adams just reached its penultimate issue recently and what strikes me most about this series? No, it’s...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #18

It’s too bad that Streets of Gotham will be discontinued this spring, but at least with the current story arc, House of Hush, it looks like the series may go out with a bang. When Paul Dini...

DCUO Screen of the Day

  Bat-fan Michele makes quick work of a robot droid using her staff.   Posted by Dustin

Batman: Arkham Asylum Concept Art

Ever wonder why some characters look the way they do in the comics? What about in Batman Arkham Asylum? I am always interested in knowing why certain characters look the way they do. What was the...

DCUO Screen of the Day

  Bat-fan Michele shows us that in the game any items that you can interact with glow. In this case it appears that a spaceship.   Posted by Dustin

Year of the Batmen: Part 12

Does Size Matter? Chapter 2   In “The Year of the Batmen Part 11”, we examined scale, more specifically, the size of Batman in relation to others. As exhibit “A” I...

Review: Batgirl #16

"Fugitive!" screams the cover as our hero Batgirl – Stephanie Brown – finds herself accused of murder, on the run, quite literally, through Devil's Square and away from the...

DCUO Screen of the Day

  Today's DC Universe Online screenshot shows Bat-fan Michele using a grapple gun to scale a tall building. Wonder if Batman is at the top waiting?   Posted by Dustin

Video of the Day

Today's video is from the sixties Batman TV series. Everyone who has seen the series knows that there was a famous part of the episodes where Batman and Robin are climbing up the side of a...

BTAS Review: Christmas with the Joker

  Greetings Bat-Fans! I know it’s been a while since my first BTAS review, but I couldn’t resist waiting until Christmas to share this holiday themed episode with you. Unfortunately,...

Video of the Day

This video will most likely become an annual occurrence here on the editorials. Years ago a YouTube user by the name of ItsJustSomeRandomGuy started posting videos using action figures and showing...

Review: Batman: Orphans #2

Batman Orphans part two opens exactly where part one left off. Bruce is suffering the effects of the fear toxin, still envisioning his parents being gunned down in a filthy alley. Unfortunately,...

Review: Batman #705

This year in review has been quite the adventure, we had our ups and our downs, our favorites and our dislikes. But we read these Batman books regardless because, hey, we’re in love with the...

Review: Superman/Batman #78

Editor's Note: Dark Knight Dave gives us a bonus review inside this one with not only a review of Superman/Batman #78, but also the recent Brightest Day #15. Enjoy!   Batman Dead! (Again?)...

Review: Knight and Squire #3

Knight and Squire #3 is another solid comic from the creative team of Paul Cornell and Jimmy Broxton. However, something about this issue just didn’t grab me. It sure wasn’t the art,...

TDKR: Rumor Mill-Anne Hathaway Audition?

I told you all about a rumor that was floating around last month about a number of high profile actresses that could be auditioning for The Dark Knight Rises. Anne Hathaway was one of those actresses...

Review: Batman and Robin #18

As leery as I was about this issue, not having enjoyed the last one at all, I was pleasantly surprised by this issue. Maybe because there was less jumping around in the time, maybe because we finally...

Review: Titans #30

Mercenaries vs. Arkham Asylum inmates! Batman vs. Deathstroke! A murdered superhero! How could Titans not be awesome!? Well, apparently Eric Wallace has found a way. This month Titans concludes its...

Review: Detective Comics Annual #12

Following David Hine’s work for the past year and a half has been a bit of a roller coaster for me. The first story of his I ever read was the Arkham Asylum one shot he wrote for the Battle for...