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Review: Detective Comics #969

Overview: Spoiler (Stephanie Brown) discovers Red Robin (Tim Drake) has returned, but behind the scenes of the joyful reunion, dark forces are afoot.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The newly...

Review: Detective Comics #966

Overview: Tim Drake of Tomorrow and Today clash as they flee Doomsday!   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): In Gotham, far in the future, Anarky flees from a gun-wielding Tim Drake Batman. Though this...

Why We Love the Drake: A Spotlight Series on the Fan Favorite Robin (Part 1)

With the impending return of Tim Drake in the pages of Detective Comics, it’s as good a time as any to look back on the character’s near thirty-year history and recall what makes him so popular...

Review: Detective Comics #964

Overview: As Basil Karlo struggles with his inner Clayface, Stephanie Brown faces dangerous revelations from both Anarky and Batman.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): Yesterday, at Arkham Asylum,...

Superhero Socialism: A History of Anarky (Part One)

One of Batman’s secondary, but widely-studied and highly-controversial rogues is back in the pages of Detective Comics. The enigmatic Anarky made a surprise return in the final page of Detective...

DC All Access: Spoiler Teams with Anarky

The latest video from DC All Access features James Tynion talking about the current situation with Spoiler, who the story revolves around in today’s Detective Comics.  

Review: Detective Comics #963

Overview: Spoiler (Stephanie Brown) struggles with her mission as her partner, Anarky, reveals his larger plan to her.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): Several months ago, before Tim Drake (Red...

SDCC: TBU Talks with James Tynion IV

Our next comic creator interview is with James Tynion IV. Tynion has been working in The Batman Universe for over five years starting out on the back-up stories in the pages of Batman, to writing...

Review: Detective Comics #957

In Brief: Spoiler (Stephanie Brown) faces a new challenge in her crusade to end all costumed combatants in Gotham – the vicious armored villain Wrath.   Summary (Spoilers): As Harvey...

Last Week in the Batcave

A fictional place where our heroes gather to defend Gotham, the Batcave would never have come into existence were it not for great comic writers and artists through the ages. The image of all of...

Episode 24

It’s the month of April and the 75th Anniversary of Robin! First off Terence O’Neil is back on the show. We will be talking about the first Robin Annual that came out in 1992, the first...

Review: Beware the Batman: Alone

The final episode of Beware the Batman begins with the revelation that, despite the impending doom looming over them at the end of “Twist”, Batman and Katana have miraculously survived long falls...

Review: Beware the Batman: Twist

The penultimate episode of Beware the Batman opens with a campaign rally for Dent’s opponent in the mayoral election, Jocelyn Killroy, the director of the CDC from “Sacrifice.” Her main...

Review: Beware the Batman: Hero

“Hero” begins with a motorcycle chase. Katana is trying to stop Anarky from escaping with some ill-gotten gain. While looking back over his shoulder at Katana, Anarky fails to see the Batmobile...

Review: Beware the Batman: Nexus

  Editor’s Note: This is the fifth episode of Beware the Batman that was not previously aired during it’s original run on Cartoon Network late last year. No official screens or videos have...

Review: Beware the Batman: Sacrifice

“Sacrifice” begins on the docks of Gotham. The League of Assassins are receiving a shipment. Anarky interrupts the transaction and takes out all of the assassins. With their...

Episode 10

  Welcome to episode #10!!!! How do we celebrate #10? Well you put Tim's parents into a death trap half way around the world and we put them in a fire pit and give them a pitcher of water...

Review: Beware the Batman: Tests

Episode three also begins with an epic Batman entrance. Two young ruffians are vandalizing a store and at one point one of them says that “this is justice.” This is when Batman steps out...

Review: Beware the Batman #2

Professor Pyg (minus Mr. Toad for some unknown reason) has planned three jobs on one night. Batman uses Alfred and Katana to go to two of the locations; and they complete their missions successfully....

Beware the Batman-Sacrifice Episode Details

  Warner Bros. has sent over episode details for the next episode of Beware the Batman which will air this Saturday, September 28 at 10AM ET/PT on Cartoon Network during the DC Nation block....

Batman: Arkham Origins Collector’s Edition Revealed

  Warner Brothers have revealed the contents of the Arkham Origins Collector's Edition which will be released in the North America, Australia, and New Zealand. The collector's edition...

Beware the Batman Tests Episode Details

  Warner Bros. has sent over episode details for the next episode of Beware the Batman which will air this Saturday, July 27 at 10AM ET/PT on Cartoon Network during the DC Nation block.  ...

Beware the Batman: July Episode Schedule

  Cartoon Network has released the July schedule for Beware The Batman. The show will premiere on Saturday, July 13th 2013 at 10:00 AM PT/ET as a part of the DC Nation Block and will be followed...

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: Red Robin #20

A day late, and a dollar short, I bring to you, faithful TBU editorial readers my latest Red Robin review. Now before we begin, I would like to say this is another crossover, so let’s get my...

Review: Red Robin #19

Sometimes when I read Red Robin, I always feel the need to ask, where is the fun, where is the charm from Tim Drake that I keep hearing about, and in this issue, I am given my answer. It’s in...

Review: Red Robin #16

Red Robin #16 is a book of two halves for me. On the one half under Fabian Nicieza it is a fun book, that always delivers when it has to, at least so far in his five issue run. However on the other...

Review: Red Robin #15

Red Robin #15 is carrying on Fabian's first storyline of the series, with Tim Drake in crutches going to see the resurrected Captain Boomerang, who murdered Tim’s father in Identity Crisis....

Creator Spotlight: Alan Grant

Welcome once again, my bat brothers and sisters to Creator Spotlight. Zach here as usual, and this time I will be admiring the prolific and underrated career of the writer Alan Grant. So join me as...

Review: Red Robin #3

The issue opens with Tim as Red Robin going through a museum in Berlin with Red Robin looking for some artifact while having a chat with Ra’s al Ghul, who Tim is now in an unlikely partnership...