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Review: Justice League #33

Overview: Cyborg faces titanic threats both inside and out as the Bats Out Of Hell tie-in crossover concludes.   Editor’s Note: This issue is the final part of the Bats Out of Hell...

Review: The Batman Who Laughs #1

Overview: Batman breaks his one rule… and then breaks all the rules!   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The Batman Who Laughs is laying down cards, talking about how to play the game. How to be...

Review: Batman: Lost #1

Overview: Trapped in the Dark Multiverse, an elderly Bruce Wayne finds a mystery lurking in his own history.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): Last we saw Batman he was trapped in the Dark...

Review: Batman: The Devastator #1

Overview: Superman’s family faces one of their worst nightmares: an evil Batman combined with Doomsday.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The Devastator, an evil, bone-covered Batman, narrates...

Last Week in the Batcave

This article could be renamed “What happened in NYCC” for what is worth. Seriously, folks. New York Comic Con brought an absolute downpour of news. Our very own Joshua Lapin-Bertone, aka...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Green Arrow #32

Overview: This summer’s DC Metal event has found its way into the pages of Seattle’s favorite emerald archer, Green Arrow. Oliver Queen has been given strict instructions from Batman and those...

Review: Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1

Overview: Presented with a Power Ring at the moment of his parents’ death, young Bruce Wayne gets corrupted by its power and uses it to hunt down criminals in Gotham.   Synopsis (spoilers...

Review: Batman: The Murder Machine #1

Overview: While in mourning, Bruce makes a decision that not only changes his life but also the life of the people around him. Alfred might be of help.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead):  The issue...

Review: Batman: The Red Death #1

Overview: The origin of the Red Death is revealed, as he wreaks havoc in the main universe.   Synopsis: We open with a monologue from the Batman Who Laughs, explaining how worlds in the Dark...