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The Hole in Things: A History of Simon Hurt (Part Two)

    Who knew that Simon Hurt—a creation of Grant Morrison’s spawned from a single unnamed character that appeared in a single comic way back in 1963—would become the...

New TBU Graphic Novel and Trade Advanced Solicitations

DC has released some advanced solicitations for Batman-related graphic novels and trade releases that will be available throughout the months of August and September of 2015.  Several of these are...

Morrison on Ending his Batman Run

  Grant Morrison's long run of writing Batman is getting close to the end. With only 4 issues left of Batman Incorporated with Grant Morrison as the writer, he recently shared his thoughts...

Review: Batman #16

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...

What’s Bothering TBU #5

  There are times where you have to put your trust in "The Powers That Be" of any continuing interest of yours.   Be it a new front office regime of your favorite professional...

Tony Daniel on the "Condensed" Timeline

Tony Daniel spoke with Yahoo's Associated Content and although a lot of the questions were the same as the past there was one bit of a new answer regarding the supposed six years Batman has been...

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...

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....

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...

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...

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: Bruce Wayne: The Road Home-Red Robin

After last month and not really enjoying the Red Robin book, I really did try to come into this with an open mind. The same open mind that caused me to buy nearly all the RIP and Battle for the Cowl...

Creator Spotlight: Grant Morrison

Greetings everyone, and welcome back to Creator Spotlight. In this piece, I take a look at the highly successful and controversial Grant Morrison. You either love him or you hate him, I love him, but...

Review: Batman and Robin #10

Batman and Robin #10 scratches the itch that comic fans like me do not like to talk about. A set up issue, that is genuinely interesting, and is enjoyable in its own right. The title of Andy...

Review: Batman and Robin #8

The roller coaster ride continues! DC wasted no time in releasing the second part of Morrison and Stewart’s story arc. After an excellent, yet confusing issue in number seven, we receive the...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #5

Every parent needs a break from their kids from time to time, and Paul Dini is no exception. Much like he did with Gotham City Sirens, Dini takes a short break from his creation and gives way to...