Welcome to The Batman Universe, your source for all things related to the Dark Knight. You can learn about the latest news related to the comics, movies, TV, merchandise, video games and much more. We also release a number of podcasts related to various aspects of the Caped Crusader. Check out the latest news or editorials from our staff.
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON September 24, 2011 Add Comments
Batgirl (2008) #1-6 ($1.99 each)
2008’s Adam Beechen penned Cassandra Cain Batgirl mini-series as Cass goes after her father.
Batman #713 ($1.99), Batman (2011-) #1 ($2.99)
HOLY PERFECT TIMING BATMAN! August of 2011’s finale to the first volume of Batman’s titular title, freshly legally digitized the same day as the “New 52” era first issue of Batman, written by Scott Synder.
Batman #1,000,000, Robin #1,000,000, Young Justice #1000000 ($1.99 each)
Continuing the DC One Million epic Bat Universe pieces.
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POSTED BY David Healey ON June 13, 2011 Add Comments
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 enchanted sun. As for Batman, eh, he’s the same no matter where he operates.
The story continues as Batman wants Superman to meet the Justice League of the future. Arthur Curry is there and he looks like the world’s oldest hippie and is none too happy about it.
The thing about these Superman/Batman story arcs is finding a way to keep things…
Tags: aquaman, arthur curry, batman, clark kent, cullen bunn, elseworlds, justice league, klarion the witch boy, lady gaga, lois lane, prince, superman, superman/batman
POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON May 17, 2011 Add Comments
Well it seems Paul Dini is back to his usual self this week as 'Batman: Arkham City' #2 is delayed from the 25th of May to the 8th of June, but still, at least it's still going to be written by him!
In other news, we do see the return of David Finch's 'Batman: The Dark Knight'! Following yet another week-long delay to issue 3 from the 15th of June to the 22nd, issue 5 will be hitting the stores for the 24th of August. Now there are two…
Tags: batman, batman and robin, batman incorporated, batman: arkham city, batman: gates of gotham, batman: the dark knight, bruce wayne, chriscross, cullen bunn, david finch, david hine, dc comics, dustin fritschel, fabian nicieza, greg tocchini, guillem march, jay fabok, judd winick, kyle higgins, man-of-bats, marc deering, nightrunner, patrick gleason, paul dini, peter tomasi, ryan winn, scott snyder, superman/batman, tony daniel, trevor mccarthy
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON May 16, 2011 Add Comments
Comic Book Resources has posted a five page preview of Superman/Batman #84. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, May 18. Check out the first page below and then head over to CBR for the other four pages. The issue was written by Cullen Bunn, with art by ChrisCross.
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Tags: chriscross, cullen bunn, superman/batman
POSTED BY David Healey ON April 11, 2011 1 Comment
Superman and Batman return for the second part of Cullen Bunn’s “Sorcerer Kings” and things are no less “phantasmagorical”. (His words not mine.)
If you remember, part one left us in what looks like a fantasy future, a groggy Superman awakens to find his self transported to a surreal Metropolis of the future where magic and mysticism rule. It’s all Batman’s doing but of course no matter what the iteration of the Caped Crusader, it’s all part of the plan.
Now, like many multi-issue or multi-chapter storyline, time has…
Tags: batman, batwing, blackbriar thorn, brother blood, creeper, cullen bunn, detective chimp, doctor occult, felix faust, klarion the witch boy, lady gaga, margaine le fey, metropolis, prince, red sox, solomon grundy, superman, superman/batman
POSTED BY David Healey ON February 24, 2011 1 Comment
In the previous issues of Superman/Batman we traveled through time and space through the miracle of modern science. In the latest issue of Superman/Batman we travel through time and space through the miracle of modern magic?
Written by Cullen Bunn with pencils by ChrissCross and inks by Marc Deering we begin part one of “Sorcerer Kings.” Our story starts out with the Shadowpact investigating a magical catastrophe of “biblical proportions”. I don’t know about you but that always sends up a red flag for me. And speaking of…
Tags: batman, blue devil, chriscross, cullen bunn, detective chimp, gotham city, halo, james gordon, kevin meaney, marc deering, metropolis, oblivion bar, phantom stranger, ragman, shadowpact, superman, superman/batman