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Episode 129

In this latest episode, Dane and Tim share their favorite mentor characters from Batman and other franchises. They also talk about director David Ayer teasing Black Mask in a tweet, the Batman the...

Has Gotham City Sirens Found Its Villain?

  David Ayer, the director of Suicide Squad and the upcoming spin-off Gotham City Sirens, tweeted a panel of Black Mask from the comics.  What could this mean?  In the past, Ayer has been...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #6

Synopsis: The issue picks where the last one left off with Black Mask holding his gun to Red Hood’s head. He begins monologuing and thanking Jason for bringing him closer to the Techno Organic...

Review: All-Star Batman #5

Synopsis: We pick up where we left off last issue with Batman, Duke, and Two-Face trying to escape from Penguin, Black Mask, and Great White — all the while in the crossfire of the angry mob of...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #5

Synopsis: The issue picks up right where the previous month’s ended with Bizarro now under the control of Black Mask via the Techno-Organic Virus. Red Hood is attempting to stop him with armor...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #3

Synopsis: Opening with a flashback, the issue starts by showing Jason coming back to the cave after his first unofficial night as Robin. Bloodied and torn uniform, its clear it did not go well. Jason...

Review: All-Star Batman #3

Synopsis: We start off years ago… Bruce’s parents haven’t been dead long, and Bruce has picked up a habit of practicing with guns and making plans. Alfred, not knowing what to do,...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #2

Synopsis: The issue opens with Artemis giving a brief back story into her origin. She was always told by her mother that she would be a great and kind warrior and would be the champion of the...

Review: All-Star Batman #2

Note: Thanks to Ed on the Comics Podcast for the shout-out! It’s pretty awesome to hear your name mentioned on a podcast you’ve been listening to since you started listening to podcasts....

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #1

Synopsis: The issue begins with a flashback of Jason at the Ma Gunn’s School for Wayward Boys. Batman is there and trying to take down the headmistress, Ma Gunn. She had actually been operating...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1

Synopsis: The issue opens in Crime Alley as Jason Todd recounts the night he met the Batman. Jason’s life was not exactly headed in the right direction but this night would change his life...

Review: Catwoman #52

Selina discovers how her ex lover escaped death to rise to the top of the False Face society as the mysterious Faceless Mask wreaks more carnage across Gotham in Catwoman #52.   Selina says...

Review: Batman #51

Breakdown: Scott Snyder set the tone for this issue, that being a love letter to Batman. The magic of it all being that it’s so simple in it’s presentation, that we get some time to...

Review: Catwoman #51

Selina attempts to burgle the infamous Faceless Mask but uncovers intrigue in a secret society that has a long and dangerous history in Gotham in Catwoman #51.   Stealthy spoiled kitty...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us Year Five #7 (Digital Chapters #13-14)

Synopsis: Opening in the Batcave, Damian enters and asks Alfred why he even cleans the cave since Bruce probably will not return. They begin to argue the outcome to Batman versus Superman with Alfred...

Review: Catwoman #48

My Al Pacino quote I used from my initial of Catwoman continues to be the theme for Catwoman #48. Catwoman continues to feel the far the Calabrese family touch can impact. Now Selina is out of good...

Review: Batman #47

DC decided to pile almost all of my books in one week, so hopefully you guys don’t get sick of me… This issue of Batman threw me for a loop. It made me question what I thought I knew, and...

Review: Batman #46

This issue feels like it more happened in it than usual… Maybe I’m imagining that, but that’s how it felt. Bruce takes a huge step in his life, Gordon takes a stand for himself and...

Review: Catwoman #44

The inter-mob rivalries continue as Selina struggles between her role as the head of the Calabrese family and her identity as Catwoman in Catwoman #44.   Spoiled kitty below…   When...

Review: Catwoman #43

Selina struggles with balancing her responsibilities as the head of her family with her desire to find Batman and comes up against the entrenched interests of Gotham in Catwoman #43.   Spoilery...

Review: Catwoman #41

Just to catch you up after the long Convergence event…Selina has inherited the Calebrese crime family. Gotham recently went through a gang war which crippled Sionis/Black Mask’s gang. We...

Diamond Select to Release Gotham Minimates

  Diamond Select Toys have revealed a Gotham Minimates box set. The set is planned to arrive in October, just in time for the second season. The set will include Chief Sarah Essen, forensic...

Review: Convergence: Batman and Robin #1

Returning to pre-Flashpoint Gotham City, the story opens with several villains (Black Mask, Mr. Freeze, Penguin, Man-Bat and Killer Croc) confronting Poison Ivy. Penguin attempts to threaten Ivy into...

Review: Catwoman #40

As the first story arc of the new creative team comes to a close, a gang war between Black Mask and Calabrese crime family has erupted across Gotham City. As Selina stands in the Egyptian Casino, she...

Review: Catwoman #39

Our issue opens with images of Black Mask and Mason continuing to tighten their grip upon Gotham City, meanwhile Selina discusses with Ward on how Ascolat Inc (Black Mask) has picked up even more...

Review: Catwoman #38

Our issue this month opens up in the aftermath of last issue. Selina is still reeling from the betrayal within her own family and having Antonia kill her brother…however business must still push...

Review: Catwoman #37

The issue opens on a rainy night in front of the Calabrese Townhouse in Gotham City. A door opens and Antonia runs out to find a bloody and barely alive Nick lying in front of the townhouse with a...

Review: Catwoman #36

First off, if you haven’t picked up an issue of the new run on Catwoman with the new creative team…do it now. Close the laptop, turn off your computer and do it…cuz you’re missing...

DC TV Update: TBU Links # 2

  How are things? Good, great. Got that out of the way, now onto business. Remember, and beware for there be SPOILERS AHEAD! Oh and this was released hours before Arrow aired Wednesday night....

Review: Gotham: The Mask

“The Mask” brings Gotham back to many plots within one episode. The main plot focuses on a murder investigation assigned to Detectives James Gordon and Harvey Bullock. The victim is found with...