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Superhero Socialism: A History of Anarky (Part Two)

Welcome to Part Two of a retrospective look at the history of Anarky, who is officially back in the pages of Detective Comics—having appeared in Detective Comics #957, #963 and #964 (which...

Review: Injustice Gods Among Us-Year 5 #10 (Digital Chapters #19-20)

Synopsis: While flying across the world, Superman radios in to Cyborg and reiterates how much he wants them to track down the imposter Superman (Bizarro). The rest of the Regime members get patched...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us-Year Five #8 (Digital Chapters #15-16)

Synopsis: In the Hall of Justice, Superman and Cyborg are going over the numbers and determining how many of the escaped supervillains are still at large. Clark is also trying to determine which of...

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: Suicide Squad Most Wanted: Deadshot and Katana #1

Deadshot goes AWOL from the Suicide squad to settle an old score and Katana has a run in with a bad crowd as she tries to discover the secret of her sword in Suicide Squad Most Wanted – Deadshot...

Suicide Squad Spin-off Coming in January

DC has announced that the current ongoing series New Suicide Squad will be getting a six-issue miniseries spin-off coming in January 2016, titled Suicide Squad: Deadshot/Katana.  This double-sized...

Buccellato Talks Leaving Detective Comics

Earlier this Summer Francis Manapul announced that he and Brian Buccellato were leaving the Detective Comics (which they had been on since 2014), and at Comic-Con International: San Diego DC...

Review: Detective Comics #43

Reviews can be a tricky process. There can be many variables that come into play. You can base it on pure enjoyment, or you can take yourself out of it completely and critique every little thing down...

Francis Manapul Leaves Detective Comics

Our Comic Cast crew had already deduced and discussed it, but now it is official.  Francis Manapul announced on Twitter that he has left DC’s Detective Comics. Manapul joined the series in...

Review: Detective Comics #41

Now, to start this off, I did enjoy this comic. I want to make that clear to you. But it didn’t live up to my expectations. The eight page preview had me very excited. I had the feeling it was...

Review: Detective Comics: Endgame #1

Just when you thought the Anarky storyline had wrapped up, we are given a one-shot Endgame issue. This issue follows the exploits of Lonnie, the young man who received his Anarky mask in the last...

Review: Detective Comics #40

This week is the conclusion of the Anarky story arc that up until this point was exceptional on almost every level. Unfortunately, I did not find the climax of this story to be on par with the...

Review: Detective Comics #39

Anarky still reigns on the streets of Gotham. I absolutely love the current story arc that is taking place in the pages of Detective Comics. The most notable aspect of this book is that it is...

Review: Detective Comics #38

Anarchy, or more specifically Anarky, continues to reign on the streets of Gotham. Anarky first appeared on the pages of DC the same year Michael Keaton made his film debut as the Dark Knight. The...

Review: Detective Comics: Futures End #1

Here we go, kicking off DC’s new special September issues, we get a sort of sequel to Buccellato’s annual issue from last month. Buccellato starts off this story with an interesting...

DC All Access: Interview with Buccellato

In the latest video from DC All Access, Brian Beccellato is interviewed and discusses his current run on Detective Comics as well as what is in store for the title in the coming months.   Posted...

Review: Detective Comics #34

In continuation from last issue, we have Batman and Bullock duking it out, a glowing pink dude exploding, and Annie pointing a gun to the head of the drug dealer. Now, this wasn’t necessarily...

SDCC 2014 Interviews

  Join Dustin, Stella and Josh as they go through the interviews that were conducted by TBU at this year's Comic Con International. Junkets that were attended include Gotham, Lego Batman 3:...

Episode 84: SDCC 2014 Highlight Reel

  Dustin Fritschel, Josh Bertone and I review all the interviews conducted throughout SDCC 2014.  Listen to interviews conducted for Lego Batman 3, Batman: Assault on Arkham, Batman...

Review: Detective Comics Annual #3

As you open up the pages of this issue, you may be upset that Francis Manapul isn’t doing the art… But hey, you can’t expect that guy to be that awesome, AND do every single issue....

Review: Detective Comics #33

Detective Comics has been one of my favorite comics since Francis Manapul & Brian Buccellato took over. The focus on the actual detective aspect along with Harvey Bullock headlining the book...

Review: Detective Comics #32

Again, I know I'm sounding like a broken record, but this cover is freaking gorgeous! I love it when artists perfect the art of the ink splatter, and Manapul is a master at it. Using it...

Review: Detective Comics #32

Once again, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato do not fail to excite in the third part of the "Icarus" storyline in Detective Comics. As we saw in the previous issues, Batman is trying to...

Review: Detective Comics #31

These covers… Geeze. Manapul and Buccellato are delivering some of the most unique covers on the stands. Last issue left me wanting more, and these guys just keep kicking all kinds of anus. The...

Review: Detective Comics #30

Holy. Freaking. Crap.   First of all, let's just take a moment, and look at this cover. This is one of the most beautiful covers I've ever seen. The colors, the silhouettes teasing what...

New Detective Comics Creative Team Talks Batman‏

Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato recently sat down with Newsarama to talk about their upcoming run on Detective Comics which is set to start in February 2014. They also talk about their run on...

New Creative Team for Detective Comics Announced

  DC has just announced a new creative team for Detective Comics starting in February. After a special 104 page issue of Detective Comics #27 is released in January, former Flash writer and...