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BURH: Contest Winner

A couple of weeks back we held a contest for a free copy of Batman: Under the Red Hood on Blu-ray. Well, we never said what the answers were and who won. So let's cover the answers.   1....

Episode 50

  BBFB: Batman: Blind Justice   0:00:00 Intro 0:02:01 Comic News 0:39:15 Red Hood: Lost Days #4 0:42:47 Batman and Robin #14 0:46:41 Detective Comics #868 0:50:50 Batman Confidential #48...

Review: Azrael #11

Finally I get to read Azrael again, and I thought missing an issue would be no big deal, I was wrong. In the short span of a month, Azrael got a new creative team. Yup, after nine months of okay...

Review: Detective Comics #868

When I write any of my reviews I shy away from other reviews just because I like to review the books with my own two sense. But with Detective Comics #868 I couldn’t help but read other...

Review: JSA #42/JLA #48

It's time for another 2-in-1 showcase spectacular as we wrap up "The Dark Things" crossover that ties in with Brightest Day.   We begin with JSA #42, with Kyle Rayner joining the...

Review: Batman #702

First off, I’m going to have to eat my own pride which is a painful thing to do so I will keep this review as short and simple as possible. Batman #702 had me fooled, in fact, I think it would...

Review: Batman: The Brave and the Bold Season 1 Part 1

When Batman: The Brave and the Bold was first announced as a new series coming to Cartoon Network, the reaction that another Batman cartoon was coming was high. When the first trailer was released...

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Episode 39

  Story: Batman: The Many Deaths of the Batman Books Covered: Batman #433-435  

Review: First Wave #3

After appearing for only a single frame free of dialog in book two, Batman returns for a much larger role in “First Wave” number three.   For many of us that read the Batman titles...

Review: Batman: Odyssey #2

We continue with Neal Adams’ return to Batman with the second issue of Batman Odyssey.   We start with Bruce again telling some unseen person the story that began the last one. Bruce...

Bat Bulletin

Brightest Day     Anyone else confused? Intrigued? Amused? Totally psyched?   Released August 16th on the DC blog “The Source” was this picture drawn by David Finch and...

Episode 48 Part 2

  0:00:00 Intro 0:01:16 Batman Confidential #46 0:03:12 Red Hood: Lost Days #2 0:05:11 Batman: The Widening Gyre #6 0:07:05 Batman Beyond #2 0:10:10 Gotham City Sirens #14 0:12:16 Azrael #10...

Review: Superman/Batman #74

Concluding the Levitz-Ordway story is this nice piece, entitled Ascension.   We begin with Luthor watching another “care package” being sent to the planet he has named Lexor and he...

Year of the Batmen: Part 7

The Art of Batman #700     Our first illustration is something I’ve covered before. I noted how David Finch’s Batman is every bit a crepuscular creature. The looming eyes...

Winick: Red Hood Designs

The Source posted up some character designs of the Red Hood today by Judd Winick. They also posted some of his comments about the drawings.     Loooong ago, just as we were about to begin...

Review: Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #4

The final sentence of my review of BATMAN: THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #3 for THE BATMAN UNIVERSE addressed my low expectations for #4. The announcement that penciler Georges Jeanty would replace...

Review: Detective Comics #867

After reading Detective Comics #867, my head was left unsettled and unbalanced. It was hard for me to tell if this was a good issue or not. On the one hand, you have a pretty good beginning, the...

Review #4: Batman: Under the Red Hood

Batman: Under the Red Hood is the next film in the series of DC animated films released by Warner Bros. It marks the first time Batman has a solo film that isn't related to another film project....

Review #3: Batman: Under the Red Hood

When I first heard of this films creation I was a little concerned and baffled with their choice of storyline to adapt. I felt that this storyline had so much history to cover from Jason Todd’s...

Review #1: Batman: Under the Red Hood

When Batman: Under The Red Hood was announced as the latest animated feature that DC was coming out with, I have to confess that I wasn’t very excited about the announcement, and in the...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #14

I think we can all agree with a singular statement: Batman: Streets of Gotham is, at best a sub-par, if not brief and forgettable chronicle of Batman’s trials and tribulations. Nothing within...

SDCC: BTBTB Panel

Yesterday, Warner Bros. held their Batman: The Brave and the Bold panel and there was some sad news to start with. The show will be moving into it's final thirteen episodes this coming year. That...

Review: Batman: Odyssey #1

Neal Adams, one of the titans of the industry, returns to the world of Bruce Wayne in this 12 issue mini series. Adams's resume is that of one of the founding fathers of the Bronze Age of the...

Review: Batman #701

With Batman #701, Grant Morrison wanted to tell a “Lost story” that took place between Batman R.I.P. and Final Crisis. “Ok, that’s cool I guess”, I thought and muttered...

The Year of the Batmen: Part 6

Retcon or Rebirth?   In my last profile I concentrated on the reigning Batman, Dick Grayson. Dick is seemingly at his high water mark as he has successfully solved such mysteries as the identity...

Review: Batman: Under the Hood-Volume 2

Volume two of the Under The Hood trade picks up with Batman #645, and we are treated to a retelling of Jason Todd’s Post-Crisis origin. It should be noted that in Todd’s brief Pre-Crisis...

Review: Batman: Under the Hood-Volume 1

Jason Todd. The name now invokes dread for comic book fans for several reasons. The first being the obnoxious punk who fans couldn’t get to the phone lines fast enough to kill off. The next a...

Review: Red Robin #14

Red Robin #14 is the second part of Fabian’s “Hit list” storyline, and also, his return to Tim Drake's life.   Last month I wrote about how it was great to see Fabian back...

Review: Batman and Robin #13

What can be said about Grant Morrison that hasn‘t already been said? I won’t bore you with quotes that praise not only his work, but his overall genius. What I will say though is that I...