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Review: Gotham Academy: Second Semester #7

Both the quest to understand the secrets of Gotham Academy and Olive’s personal problems come to a terrifying head in Gotham Academy Second Semester #7.   Splitting spoilers below…...

Review: Gotham Academy: Second Semester #6

The mystery of the Gotham Academy maps deepens as the Detective Club try to save Colton from expulsion in Gotham Academy Second Semester #6.   Symbolic Spoilers…   Amy and Olive are...

Review: Gotham Academy: Second Semester #5

The Detective Club tries to keep one of their own from being expelled from Gotham Academy. But what is the secret of Headmaster Hammer’s mysterious map and the danger that seems to be gathering...

Review: Gotham Academy: Second Semester #4

The Detective Club takes a field trip to a spooky carnival but, as usual, things aren’t all that they seem in Gotham Academy: Second Semester #4.   Visit the Hall of Spoilers below…...

Review: Gotham Academy: Second Semester #3

The Detective Club leaps into action to save one of their own while another member faces an uncertain future. Also, Olive has an interesting encounter by the bonfire in Gotham Academy Second Semester...

Review: Gotham Academy: Second Semester #2

Gotham Academy students are going missing when a mysterious woman begins recruiting for the newly formed Witch Club in Gotham Academy Second Semester #2.   Spoiler Club members only…...

Review: Gotham Academy: Second Semester #1

Olive Silverlock spends a lonely holiday break in the snowy halls of spooky Gotham Academy. An unexpected comrade encourages Olive to flirt with danger in Gotham Academy: Second Semester #1.  ...

Review: Gotham Academy Annual #1

The Detective Club is divided over the mystery of Olive’s illness and the ruined chapel. Will Pomeline’s vampire theory win out or is Colton right about Professor Powers. Find out in...

Review: Gotham Academy #18

In Brief: The first semester of Gotham Academy closes with Maps and Olive chasing down their yearbook, stolen by Robin!   Summary (Spoilers): The issue picks up right where #17 left off –...

Review: Batgirl #51

THE PLOT: Run down between her new Gordon Clean Energy business and her time as Batgirl, Barbara is coming close to deciding on the next big step in her life – one that may not include Burnside....

Review: Gotham Academy #17

Synopsis: Maps is freaking out. Last issue, Robin (Damian Wayne) broke into her dorm room and stole her yearbook. The main reason Maps is frantic is due to a story she wrote in the book about an...

Review: Batgirl #50

THE PLOT: The Fugue has gathered together a league of Batgirl’s most recent and dangerous enemies in an attempt to destroy her and her fighting partners once and for all!   MY THOUGHTS: This...

Review: Batgirl #49

THE PLOT: Frankie must dive into Babs’ brain and help her out of her hypnotic induced coma!   MY THOUGHTS: This is a very good follow-up to the cliffhanger in issue #48, with a great showing...

Review: Batgirl #48

Batgirl’s memory is slowly being wiped, and only Black Canary can save her!   MY THOUGHTS: First up, the selling point to this book truly is the artwork of Babs Tarr. The title can have the...

Review: Black Canary #7

Breakdown: Brenden Fletcher’s script for this issue is better than the last issue or two have been. I still have some problems with it. For instance; Kurt Lance is a plot device — and...

Review: Gotham Academy #14

In Issue 14, we begin the new story arc entitled “Yearbook.” During this arc, we will view multiple mini-stories within every issue, each uniquely crafted by their own individual writers and...

Review: Black Canary #6

Man it’s been a rough week. First of all, I got some sort of stomach flu. And on top of that, it’s been a long while since we’ve read an issue of Black Canary, which ended up...

Review: Gotham Academy #13

Synopsis Racing atop the rooftops of Gotham Academy, this issue picks up with a Robin currently enrolled at the Academy chasing his roommate Tom Savini into the school’s green house. The two young...

Review: Black Canary #5

There comes a certain phase in our life that we all hit  – where we feel like an outcast from our family. It can take various forms and levels; from being completely shut out from everyone in form...

Batgirl Writer Hints at Changes for Babs’s 50th Anniversary

At last weekend’s DragonCon, “Batgirl” co-writer Brenden Fletcher teased that the Bat-family will see a major status quo change in early 2016 during an interview with HitFix.  ...

Review: Black Canary #3

There are times, at this point, where I look back on my review of issue one and go, “…it wasn’t that good.” And I truly hate that about first issues. You really have no idea...

Review: Batgirl Annual #3

THE PLOT: A missing persons case leads Batgirl to chase a doomsday device all across Gotham, encountering various heroes along the way!   MY THOUGHTS: Annuals have mostly fallen out of style,...

Review: Black Canary #2

I must let you know, I have little knowledge of Black Canary. I was one of the people DC lured in with their New 52 relaunch. Yes I’ve gone back and read what you would call the...

CCI 2015 Exclusive: Batgirl Creative Team Hint at What’s to Come

In our next interview from Comic Con International, we spoke with the creative team behind Batgirl with writers Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher and artist Babs Tarr. A lot has been happening in...

DC All Access: Grayson and Batgirl

In the latest video from DC All Access, they interview Brenden Fletcher about Batgirl #41 and beyond. Tom King gives his take regarding what’s coming up with Grayson. And Lee Bermejo talks We...

Review: Black Canary #1

Comics like this have become a trend of their own in recent times. Comics like this have been done more over at the place next door, – over at Marvel with Hawkeye and She-Hulk – but DC...

Review: Gotham Academy: Endgame #1

One of the highest praises that we can sing about a comic in 2015 is that it is original. Gotham Academy is a funny fresh perspective set in a universe that is rooted in over 75 years of history....

Review: Gotham Academy #6

Gotham Academy has been one of the most exciting and enjoyable new series that DC has published in years. Gotham Academy #6 is the best issue of the series since it’s debut and the book...

DC All Access: Fletcher Talks Batgirl: Endgame

DC All Access has released a new video interview with co-writer on Batgirl, Brenden Fletcher. He specifically talks about Batgirl: Endgame and the effects that it has on the future of the series....

Review: Gotham Academy #5

It’s getting hard to write reviews for Gotham Academy. It’s a book that has been so consistently funny and charming that I could essentially copy and paste the high praise of last month’s...