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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON July 29, 2011 Add Comments
Tony Daniel's final issue of Batman is one that isn’t easily classified as good or bad. On the one hand this issue has been far superior than the other issues in his run, but on the other hand it just isn’t up to par nor very well written. I can say that I feel good about this issue but then again I can say that I was almost totally disappointed by it. This issue has me on the edge of those two mediums and I have to…
Tags: batman, detective comics, dick grayson, enigma nygma, gilda dent, kitrina falcone, mario falcone, riddler, ryan winn, scott snyder, steve scott, tony daniel, two-face
POSTED BY Josh Gobble ON February 23, 2011 Add Comments
The final chapter of “The Eye of the Beholder” begins with a very quick look at how Batman came to be bound and left to drown alongside fellow prisoners Luki Lo, and Lucius and Tamara Fox. Batman has little trouble escaping and freeing the others and he goes on to handle the bad guys waiting for him at the surface with just as much ease. Meanwhile, Sensei and his men are in the abandoned archives library of Gotham to retrieve the Mask of the Beholder, which is…
Tags: batman, batman: dark victory, batman: the long halloween, dick grayson, enigma nygma, gotham city, i-ching, ian hannin, lucius fox, luki lo, peacock, riddler, sensei, tam fox, tony daniel, two-face
POSTED BY David Healey ON February 8, 2011 Add Comments
Tony Daniel continues his “Beholder” story arc in Batman #706 and the cast and characters populating this book seemingly get larger and larger by the issue. Back in the day there were TV shows like the Love Boat or Hollywood Squares that would draw in “celebrities” from the four corners of the globe to spice up every episode. There were even movies like “The Towering Inferno” and “Airport” or “Earthquake” that starred a cast of thousands and everybody had to see them.
Seemingly, Tony Daniel has been inspired…
Tags: batman, catgirl, catwoman, chinatown, damian wayne, dick grayson, earthquake, enigma nygma, gotham city, hollywood squares, jersey shore, kitrina falcone, love boat, new england patriots, peacock, red robin, robin, selina kyle, sensei, snooki, superbowl, tam fox, the towering inferno, tim drake, tony daniel
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON December 23, 2010 Add Comments
This year in review has been quite the adventure, we had our ups and our downs, our favorites and our dislikes. But we read these Batman books regardless because, hey, we’re in love with the character. And beside that fact the Batman flagship book had an alright year, concluding this year (excluding the annuals) with a Tony Daniel's arc is the best thing for us fans who are sick of Grant Morrison’s headiness. Tony Daniel's previous run on the book wasn’t the hottest thing in the world…
Tags: batman, bruce wayne, dick grayson, enigma nygma, gotham city, grant morrison, i-ching, jade compass society, peacock, riddler, sasha lo, sensei, tony daniel