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Review: Batman Beyond #8

(Spoilers ahead) Decades from now in the Batcave, Bruce Wayne, Max, and Matt McGinnis plead with Terry to return with the experimental suit he is wearing. Terry on the roof of Gotham Police...

This Week in the Batcave

For us Bat-Fans, yesterday was a very significant day. It was the day of Mary, the woman who called her son “little Robin” thus effectively giving birth not only to Dick Grayson, but to the Robin...

Review: Batman Beyond #7

(Spoilers ahead) The story begins decades from now. An aged Bruce Wayne is in his study staring at the painting of Thomas and Martha Wayne. Wayne is examining his life since he realizes that his...

Review: Batman Beyond #6

It’s good to know that in the future there are some things you can always count on.  First came the Batman and the Jokers, now the League of Assassins is making its debut in the pages of the...

Review: Batman Beyond #5

“Escaping the Grave: Moment of Truth” begins decades from now. Batman is flying over the skies of Gotham with the new realization that Bruce Wayne is alive after thinking he died in the Brother...

Review: Batman Beyond #4

“Escaping the Grave: Death and Life” opens where the previous issue ended. Terry and Dana are tied up and hanging upside down while the Jokerz are launching acid balls at them. While in this...

Review: Batman Beyond #3

“Escaping the Grave: Revelations” opens in the Batcave. Matt and Max are exiting the damaged Batmobile. They are trying to establish a video link with Terry, but after all he does not have the...

Review: Batman Beyond #1

“Escaping the Grave” begins with a captive Dana Tan being told by Carter who prefers to be called Terminal that the most influential citizen of Gotham was the Joker. He is telling her because he...

Review: Batman Beyond: Rebirth #1

My experience with the characters of Batman Beyond wouldn’t be what anyone would call “extensive.”  I’ve seen a handful of episodes of the original series.  I’ve seen the Return of the...

BCC 2016: DC Rebirth Panel

  Dan Didio moderated the DC Rebirth Panel at Baltimore Comic Con. Paul Levitz, Dan Jurgens, Tom King, James Tynion, Keith Giffen, and Hope Larson were on the Baltimore panel. This panel’s...

Review: Bat-Mite #6

This being the last issue of the mini-series, I was not sure how they would conclude a relatively lackluster series. I was surprised that I enjoyed this last issue as much as I did. Although I have...

CCI 2015 Exclusive: Howell and Jurgens on What’s Coming in Bat-Mite

Our next interview took place with the creative team behind Bat-Mite. Writer, Dan Jurgens and artist Corin Howell spoke with us about their history with the character and how they up dated the...

CCI 2015 Exclusive: Dan Jurgens on the Future of Batman Beyond

Over the weekend, TBU was able to talk with a number of creators for the Bat-Books. Throughout the week, we will be bringing you these exclusive interviews.   First up, we had a chance to talk...

Review: Bat-Mite #2

Opening up where the previous issue left off, Bat-Mite contemplates how to free Hawkman before the evil doctor can replace her brain in his body. After a few quick teleportations around the mansion,...

Takeaways from Denver Comic Con 2015

Denver Comic Con was a great success and here are some of the things I took away from the convention that I did not previously know.   Convergence – Following the events of Convergence #8, all...

Jurgens on Tim Drake’s Role as Batman Beyond

Readers of The New 52: Futures End and followers of TBU already know that the weekly title (now ended) was a major change to the status quo of the Batman Beyond universe.  The Batman Beyond...

DC Announces a New “Definitive” Future for Batman Beyond

  In the midst other news released by DC today was an early solicitation for the newly announced ongoing Batman Beyond title which hints further at the possibility for a new Batman, a return to...

DCU Spotlight: Review: The New 52: Futures End #11

If you are interested as to who Superman really is, look closely at the cover. You can kinda see a face…. Eh. I can’t make it out. Great cover nonetheless. But the cover adds more...

DCU Spotlight: Review: The New 52: Futures End #3

I know it's early on, but I feel like this weekly comic series is taking the opposite approach of Batman Eternal. Futures End has done well carrying plot points from issue to issue, but...

Batman 75 Variant Covers Coming July

  Unless you have been living under a rock or have stumbled onto this site by mistake (why are you here?), you will be well aware that year 2014 is the 75th annivesary of the man that is called...

DCU Spotlight: New Series New 52: Futures Ends Announced

Associated Press broke the news about a new DC comic book series that will be launched in 2014 called The New 52: Futures Ends.   The new series will be written by Jeff Lemire (writer of Green...

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!...