POSTED BY Chris Gering ON April 11, 2013 1 Comment
Greetings Bat boys and girls. Time for a new match-up. Lex Luthor vs. Batman. Just to reiterate, we’re using the same criteria as Superman vs. Batman.
We’ll be looking at Jeph Loeb’s Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. If you’re not familiar with the plot, Lex puts a bounty on Superman’s head and Bats help Big Blue get out of trouble. Especially considering Lex is the President at this point in continuity. Now, to business kids.
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POSTED BY Ed Grause ON February 28, 2013 Add Comments
A lot has happened since the close of Red Hood and the Outlaws #16. If you have not had the opportunity to read Batman #17, turn back now. But if you are ready, then so am I! Let’s move forward to Red Hood and the Outlaws #17.
The start of the story sees Jason calling for Kori and Roy to come pick him up as they all head out to Wayne Manor. Jason has short conversation with Damian and Dick before making his way to…
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POSTED BY Tim Geraci ON February 19, 2013 Add Comments
Episode 11: Two-Face Part 2
Written By: Randy Rogel
Directed By: Kevin Altieri
Original Air Date: 09/28/92
After a fantastic first part to the two-part episode “Two-Face,” where we got to see a dramatic, character driven story about Harvey Dent’s tragic downfall, the second part is all about Harvey Dent becoming a fully fledged criminal as the villainous Two-Face. Two Face has always been a classic Batman villain, and the crew behind "Batman: The Animated Series" once again does a great job of adapting…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 16, 2013 Add Comments
Ame-Comi Girls #23 ($0.99)
A new gang hits Las Vegas, and goes up against the casino’s security, White Canary.
Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013-) #5 ($0.99)
Following Superman’s killing of The Joker, Harley Quinn is on the run, and runs into Green Arrow.
Batgirl (2011-) #17 ($2.99)
Getting over her battle with the Joker, Barbara deals with her brother and a new villain that has hit town.
Batman (2011-) #17 ($3.99)
The concluding chapter to The Death Of The Family crossover event.
Batman and Robin (2011-) #17 ($2.99)
After a long night, Bruce, Damian and Alfred go…
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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON February 14, 2013 Add Comments
The release of Batman #17 marked the end of Scott Snyder's Death of the Family story arc, and to give a little more insight as to what he wanted to do in the final chapter of Death of the Family, Snyder talked with IGN about Batman #17 and Death of the Family as a whole, as well as what's next for Batman in his next big arc.
IGN Comics: I really loved Batman #17; I thought it brought all of Death of the Family together really nicely. I think right away…
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POSTED BY Melinda Hinman ON February 6, 2013 Add Comments
Batman and Robin Annual #1 was written by Peter Tomasi and illustrated by Ardian Syaf.
After the Death of the Family story, this annual was perfectly timed as a palette cleanser before diving into the next round of stories.
The book opens with Batman bringing down a criminal and telling him to confess or run the risk of never eating solid food again. From there, Bruce is sent by Damian on a scavenger hunt of sorts across Europe, discovering long lost memories and signs of his parents. He discovers a…
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POSTED BY Micah Evans ON January 16, 2013 Add Comments
The Penultimate issue of ‘Death of the Family’ opens with prison guards dressed as Batman and Joker dancing in Arkham cells. These are the guards with no family members for Joker to threaten, so they are forced to stay in the asylum as part of what Joker calls his ‘Royal Dance Macabre.’ If you’ll recall, The Black Glove’s redecoration of Arkham in R.I.P. was also referred to as a ‘Dance Macabre.’ It’s the first challenge Batman faces in this maze of horror that Joker has created, and the next in line…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON October 19, 2012 Add Comments
It was just a couple of weeks ago that we introduced fans to Robin in Batman Live. Now it is time to meet Alfred. The Batman Universe is proud to present an exclusive video showing off the actor who plays Alfred in the production. Be sure to follow Batman Live on Twitter, Facebook and their website for updates about the show and schedule.
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POSTED BY Tim Geraci ON October 16, 2012 Add Comments
Episode 08: The Forgotten
Written By: Jules Dennis, Richard Mueller and Sean Catherine Derek
Directed By: Boyd Kirkland
Original Air Date: 10/08/92
When I think of some of the more different or odd episodes of "Batman: The Animated Series," the episode that comes to mind the most for me is “The Forgotten.” It’s not the overall plot that makes it different, but rather it’s bunch of other things, like the setting of where the story takes place, the music, and the designs of some of…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON October 13, 2012 Add Comments
DC held their New 52 panel and both Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo were in attendance. Here are the highlights relating to The Batman Universe.
-Scott Snyder stated that they may or may not be killing Alfred in the Death of the Family.
-A question was asked about a fourth wave and was answered with a generic if there are new ideas there will be new books.
-A question was asked about Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown to which keep reading was the answer…
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