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Review: Justice League: Rebirth #1

The story opens with a giant space lobster looming over New York City, with smaller space lobsters attacking people in the street and taking over their bodies. In the middle of it all is the Justice...

Review: Batman v Superman Tie-Ins Part 2

Today we continue our look at the tie-in material for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. If you didn’t catch part one of our coverage, yesterday, head over here to check it out.   Cross...

Review: Batman v Superman Tie-Ins Part 1

One of the fun things about major media event films is the tie-in material that gives the fan hankering for more stories in the universe capturing their imagination. The last three major films...

Review: Secret Hero Society #1: Study Hall of Justice

Editor’s Note: This book was previously announced in September and this is the first volume. This is currently available at fine retailers including Amazon.   In Brief: What if Bruce...

Scholastic and DC Comics Team for Secret Hero Society

Get ready for the Study Hall of Justice, as Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs bring out a new series of illustrated novels entitled DC Comics: Secret Heroes Society.   From publisher,...

Review: Batman/Superman #24

The issue begins with Superman fighting Aquaman, who we saw in the previous issue as being allied with Ukur. The next panel takes us ten minutes earlier to Batman working with Lucius Fox to stabilize...

Review: Batman/Superman #23

The issue begins exactly where issue #22 left off with Superman hitching a ride on a giant creature into the Earth. Superman is attempting to catch up with Lord Ukur of Subterranea who fled...

Review: Batman #43

I’m not sure if you read my review for Detective Comics last week, but I talked a bit about what separates the good comic runs to the great ones. The good comics are something you are enjoying...

Review: Batman/Superman #22

Batman/Superman #22 is truly unique. It has somehow found a way to makes Batman and Superman sound like whiney children when they bark at one another in this issue. Let’s go for a rundown....

Review: Justice League of America #1

As this new series begins, we find Superman in the midst of some sort of battle with an unseen opponent. As the world seems to blow apart and the Man of Steel is shot into space, two voices begin...

Review: Batman/Superman #21

This must be the longest day for Clark Kent after losing his powers due to his Solar Flare powers because even after Action Comics #41 Superman is still struggling to regain his strength while taking...

Review: Batman/Superman Annual #2

A weakened Superman, with the help of Batman, fights off a collection of arch-enemies while protecting civilians from minions of the Phantom King in Batman/Superman Annual #2.   The Phantom...

Review: The New 52: Futures End #36-39

This month’s issues of “The New 52: Futures End” opens with Amethyst and Frankenstein who has been brought to the House of Mystery in order to be healed. Madame Xanadu, Zatanna and Deadman...

LOST AND FOUND: What to expect from the return of the Post-Crisis DC Universe

  Today it’s been confirmed that the 2015 DC Comics event story Convergence will directly involve fan favorite characters that either draw specifically from their pre-New 52 incarnations are...

Review: Batman/Superman #12

Have you ever gone through something that you wish you could take back, or do over again? We've all been there at one point or another. Whether it's one decision, or multiple, we can all...

Cavill's Clark Kent Shown Off

  A new image has surfaced online, this time of Henry Cavill in what appears to be his Clark Kent costume. Cavill who is an active supporter of the Royal Marine Charitable Trust Fund, posed for...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Justice League #9

The story starts four years in the past, a sickly David Graves, last seen at the end of the first story arc taking interest in the press conference announcing the Justice League, and who appears to...

TBU Versus: Volume 1-Batman vs. Superman Round Three

          Round three. Hush shall be our battleground. Towards the end of the first volume, one of the greatest showdowns actually occurred within the DC Universe’s...

TBU Versus: Volume 1-Batman vs. Superman Round One

  It's time for the first round of our first TBU Vs. match-up. Remember, the winner of this fight may not necessarily be the one who won in the comic that is being referenced. This...

Review: Superman/Batman #87

DC Comics brings the hammer down on Superman/Batman #87!   This issue marks the end of the Superman/Batman comic for DC as they have decided not to continue it for their run of “The New...

Review: Superman/Batman #85-86

The Secret Parts 1 and 2   We’re having a two for one special here at The Batman Universe so get your discount cards ready and make sure you swipe your I.D. correctly!  OK, we...

Review: Superman/Batman #83

Our “Elseworlds” like adventure continues in Cullen Bunn’s magical mystery tour of the future where Superman’s powers have changed as he operates under the influence of an...

New Sup/Bat Writer Brings Story Back to Batman

Comic Book Resources has posted an interview with the new writer of Superman/Batman, Joshua Hale Fialkov. Fialkov is penning the three-issue arc appearing in the pages of Superman/Batman starting...

Review: Superman/Batman #80

That’s it? Did I miss something? Am I that completely out of the loop?   I have to confess that after reading this issue I thought for sure I missed the inside joke or the wink and nod to...

Review: Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6

Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6 marks the culmination of Grant Morrison’s tale of the Caped Crusader's battle against Darkseid’s Omega Sanction. But faithful readers of...

Review: Superman/Shazam-The Return of Black Adam Blu-ray

DC Showcase presents Superman/Shazam! Wait, isn't DC Showcase a comic? Well it was, and now it is a series for animated shorts from the DC Universe. The idea behind these shorts is to give a sort...

Review: Superman/Batman #77

We begin with Supergirl investigating a grisly mass grave in Suicide Slums, and after getting a rude brush off from the cops, she heads off to find Batman. And gets good old Damian Wayne instead!...

Review: Superman/Batman #76

Funny thing about this story is that this is pretty much in line with what DC was telling everyone a year ago about the new direction this book was going to take. Instead we got a...

Review: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse The Comics

Next up on the DC Universe Animated Direct To Video docket is Superman-Batman: Apocalypse which some are calling a sequel to Public Enemies, but in reality it is a sequel only in that it is the next...

Review: Superman/Batman #75

Well, Superman/Batman does not have 75 trombones, but it does have 75 issues and here is the big Anniversary issue extravaganza. Seems odd that DC does this for the 75th, but perhaps they are hedging...