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DC All Access: Evil Dark Knights vs Crime Syndicate

DC All Access has posted their latest versus video which features the evil Dark Knights from Metal against the Crime Syndicate.

Review: Justice League #49

Synopsis: This issue opens with the continuation of the fight between Lex Luthor, God of Apokolips now with the power of the Omega Effect, and Mobius. As the two godlike beings battle, the Justice...

Review: Justice League #48

Synopsis: In the Lexcorp building, the Justice League tries to determine if joining Owlman and the Crime Syndicate is the best approach in defeating the Anti-Monitor. Adding to the tension, the newly...

Review: Justice League #47

Opening in Gotham, Batman is arguing with Green Lantern about getting out of the Mobius Chair. Batman tells Green Lantern that the chair has helped him stop much more crime in Gotham than he ever...

TBU Solicitations for December 2015

DC has released their solicitations for the month of December 2015.  December will see the continuation most ongoing monthly titles, the weekly Batman and Robin Eternal and Dark Knight III and...

Review: Convergence: Crime Syndicate #1

At a time before the events of “Crisis On Infinite Earths,” this issue opens with Superwoman (of the Earth 3 Crime Syndicate) writing a letter and talking about her time within the team and about...

TBU Solicits for May 2015

DC has released their solicitations for May 2015, the first month of DC’s two-month Convergence event which is filling in for their regular titles as DC moves it’s offices from the East Coast to...

TBU Solicits for April 2015

DC has released their solicitations for April 2015, the first month of DC’s two-month Convergence event which is filling in for their regular titles as DC moves it’s offices from the East...

Forever Evil’s Consequences for TBU

  Forever Evil is finally over and what a huge event it has been.  Taking place in four special miniseries titles as well as up to seven ongoing titles (mostly in the various Justice League...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Justice League #25

This issue of Justice League is very Bat-family focused. The first few pages focus on Earth 3 Gotham City 30 years ago. The night that the Wayne family walks down crime alley. Thomas Wayne is not a...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Suicide Squad #25

This issue picks up were issue 24 left off, with a team of the "Reverse Suicide Squad" has been sent to stop the Suicide Squad. This Reverse team is made up of Power Girl, Warrant, Soldier,...

Review: Forever Evil #3

The issue opens with Batman explaining to Silas Stone what happened when the Crime Syndicate came through the portal. Whilst he and Catwoman were tending to Victor, Deathstorm attacked Firestorm and...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Justice League #24

We start out on the planet of Krypton 25 years ago, in what we'll call the Earth 3 universe. The people of Krypton are frantically scrambling, trying to escape from the planet. Meanwhile, while...

Review: Forever Evil #2

The issue, written by Geoff Johns with art by David Finch, once again starts with Lex Luthor as he explores the blacked-out lower levels of Lex Corp. On the way to his destination he finds Otis, a...

Review: Forever Evil #1

First off, I’d like to apologise for the lateness of this review; I haven’t done one in a while but now that I’m back in the swing of things I promise the next one will be on time!...

Review: Justice League of America #53

Before we begin this review of JLA #53 which concludes the “Omega” storyline let’s take a quick look at how JLA #52 ended.   With Batman on his knees.   You read that...

Review: Tiny Titans #35

For over thirty issues now, the Tiny Titans have amused and delighted us. It's helpful to have read some of the previous issues so you know Raven and her father don't have any angst, or that...

Review: Justice League of America #50

The issue starts with Supergirl and Jesse Quick racing around the Monitor, doing chores and talking about losing loved ones and fate, when they are visited by a woman claiming to be the Green Lantern...

Review: Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths

We received a copy of the DVD version of Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths a little while ago and it releases today in stores. Should you head to the store and buy this right now? Well, I am going...