POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON March 31, 2012 Add Comments
Heh heh heh! HA! HA! HA! HA! BWHAHAHAHAHAHA! It's the Clown Prince of Crime 99 cent April Fools Day sale featuring:
Batman (1940-2011) #1
Joker makes his debut among the stores in Batman's first titular title.
Batman (1940-2011) #159
It's the Silver Age and this Sheldon Moldoff story from 1963 features Joker and Clayface at odds with one another.
Batman (1940-2011) #251
The iconic 1973 Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams Joker's Five Way Revenge story that brought the Joker into a more modern setting.
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 23, 2012 Add Comments
Part two of this series looks at the rest of the Super Family and other Limited Series, minis, and maxi-series starting Superman.
Same Day and Date:
Superboy (2011-) #1-4 ($1.99 each a month after initial release)
Supergirl (2011-) #1-4 ($1.99 each a month after initial release)
Adventure Comics #4, 7-10 ($2.99 each) #5, Special Featuring The Guardian ($1.99 each)
From 2009-2011, DC relaunched the legendary title, Adventure Comics, as a Superman Family tie-in and it would feature Superboy and The Legion of Super-Heroes, whom were the main features…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 16, 2012 Add Comments
This is the first in a series to catch up on what else can be found in the DC Digital Store, besides the weekly dosage of TBU related titles, through the end of 2011.
Because of the sheer amount of stuff that is available now, I’ve decided to break this up into various character families and eventually I’ll get to the other DC owned imprints you can find either in the DC store, or over at the Comixology.com store.
And we shall begin with the Big…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON August 6, 2011 Add Comments
On Saturday the 30th there was a Superman 101 Sale, some of the newly legally digitized books included some Bat-related touches.
Superman: Emperor Joker #1, Superman #161, Adventures of Superman #583, Man of Steel #105, Action Comics #770 ($1.99 each)
The Emperor Joker story from September 2000. Joker steals Mister Mxyzptlk’s reality altering power, and Superman is the one to take him down.
Man of Steel #3 ($1.99)
Part of John Byrne’s reboot…
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POSTED BY Caleb Fox ON November 4, 2010 Add Comments
Before I begin with this review, I’d like to take a moment to talk about the series, Batman: The Brave and the Bold. The show returned recently from its mid-season break (I think that’s what it was anyway) and I’m excited to be bringing current reviews of the show back to the site, but first I’d just like to touch on what has come since the show’s return. The show has actually been really good recently. We had the much anticipated 2-part Starro episode, which they built towards through the first half of the season. Followed by an excellent…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 24, 2010 Add Comments
Yesterday, Warner Bros. held their Batman: The Brave and the Bold panel and there was some sad news to start with. The show will be moving into it's final thirteen episodes this coming year. That will bring the total number of episodes to sixty-five. That is the same number of episodes that The Batman had as well. The difference is that The Batman was spread out over five years while Batman: The Brave and the Bold will only be on air for three because of the first two seasons having twenty-six episodes a piece. Besides that we were treated…
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