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Review: Bruce Wayne: The Road Home-Red Robin

After last month and not really enjoying the Red Robin book, I really did try to come into this with an open mind. The same open mind that caused me to buy nearly all the RIP and Battle for the Cowl...

Review #2: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse marks DC's ninth entry in their animated films universe, which is somewhat a sequel to last fall's animated film adaptation, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies....

Review: StickerYou Sheets

So I wanted to share with all of you information about a new company. StickerYou is a fairly new company that makes stickers. Stickers you ask? Yep, they make stickers. We have all gone to the store...

DC 75th Anniversary Contest

We have teamed up with Warner Bros. to bring you some prizes in celebration of DC Comics' 75th anniversary. In celebration of this event Warner Bros. has made tons of movies and TV shows based...

Bat Bulletin

The 700 Issue Feat   700 Issues for Batman’s main title. Obviously not taking into account the Issue # 0 (during the 1994 Zero Hour event), Issue # 1,000,000 (during the DC One Million...

The Year of the Batmen

We loyal followers of the Dark Knight are in for a treat this year. No, not just a treat, a singular event. Perhaps something that many of us will only experience once in a lifetime. This year DC...

Creator Spotlight: Jim Aparo

Welcome back bat-believers to “Creator Spotlight”. Zach here again, and this time I will be tackling a further look into the career of a true architect of comics, the unforgettable...

Creator Spotlight: Frank Miller

Hello Bat-fans, Zach here, and I would like to introduce you to a new segment I like to call “Creator Spotlight”. Twice a month, I will write a lengthy piece about a creator who has...

Review: Plastic Man: The Complete Collection

  Plastic Man. Plastic Man. Do you know who Plastic Man is? Well, let me give you a little back history. Plastic Man was created by Jack Cole in 1941. He originally appeared in Police Comics...

DC Entertainment: What does it mean for Bat-Fans?

               Yesterday, some very big news was announced over at Warner Bros. and DC Comics. If you didn't read the official press release, head over to...