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Review: Justice League Dark

The occult and supernatural side of DC has lost its live action film only to gain an animation one. This newest addition to the DC Animated Universe – DCAU for shorts – features a...

Review: Secret Six #9

Our heroes travel from the bottom of the sea to a creepy rural New England town to save one of their own, but in so doing risk bringing gruesome disaster onto the earth in Secret Six #9.  ...

Review: Secret Six #8

The Secret Six try to save one of their own, Black Alice, as they visit sunken Atlantis and have a run in with the master of the seven seas.   Let there be spoilers…   Our story opens...

Review: Secret Six #7

“There’s Something at the Door, Darling” opens in Tibet. We find Phantom Stranger, Deadman (Boston Brand), and Felix Faust. The three are joining to a meeting where they are to discuss the...

SDCC 2015: DC Collectibles Reveals New BTAS Figures

Entertainment Weekly has revealed some of the new figures making its way to the DC Collectibles Batman: The Animated Series line.   The next wave will consist of Batman: The Animated Series...

Review: Batwoman Annual #2

Batwoman Annual #2 starts where issue #35 back in October left off with Batwoman, Ragman, Clayface and Red Alice falling back to earth encased in Clayface’s body. They land in a body of water....

Review: Batwoman #40

Batwoman #40, titled Nocturne in Red, opens up with Batwoman coordinating a search of Morgaine Le Fay by Etrigan, Ragman and Clayface with Red Alice at her side. Coincidentally Batwoman and Red Alice...

Review: Batwoman #39

Batwoman #39 begins right where #38 left off with Kate being face to face with her sister Beth. Kate is overjoyed to see her sister and gives her a hug. Beth sees a bottle on the table and...

Review: Batwoman #37

This issue opens with Batwoman interrupting Etrigan holding a naked Jason Blood in his apartment. We quickly flashback to 15 minutes before as we see Batwoman enter an unknown woman’s apartment and...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Three Chapter #12

Just when you think Injustice is getting soft, it punches you in the gut with a force reserved for the likes of Scott Snyder. That being said, this week’s entry into the Injustice mythos was top...

Review: Batwoman #36

This issue opens with a pair of teenagers spray painting on a billboard and are quickly taken down by Batwoman…these images are also interspersed with an unknown woman who is tied up and...

Episode 90: Batman: The Brave and the Bold Commentary Special

Time for another Halloween-esque commentary featuring Batman, Deadman, Etrigan…and Sherlock Holmes?! This time I am joined by Michael Bailey on a commentary of “Dawn of the Dead...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Three Chapters #1-5

Editor’s Note: As we expand our coverage of DC titles that include Batman, some titles will be reviewed once a month when they are released more frequently than a monthly title. This will allow...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #5

Well, well, well. It's come to this. Batman: The Dark Knight concludes with what is solicited as the penultimate issue. For those of in love with dictionaries, penultimate actually means...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #4

After months of delays on this series, it's odd to get the fourth issue only two weeks after getting the third issue. Maybe some of my irritation has subsided, maybe I feel like some of the loose...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #3

In the third issue of this ongoing, delayed numerous times series, we pick up the story of Dawn Golden's disappearance, a suspicious cop, the theft of the Batmobile, the monster attacking...

Review: Batman: The Brave and the Bold Season 3 Episodes 1-4

As you may or may not know (I’m going to punt for the latter here as the series was publicized to no one), Batman: The Brave and the Bold returned to torment us (unless your my 6 year-old...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #2

After many delays, the second issue of The Dark Knight by David Finch has finally been released. Opening where we left off, Batman is interrogating Penguin, despite the presence of goons behind him,...

Review: Blackest Night: Batman #3

When we last left our masked crusaders they were careening out of control and heading for a crash landing in a cemetery at the outskirts of Gotham city. The new Batman, Dick Grayson, has a plan where...

Review: Batman: The Widening Gyre #1

Batman, The Widening Gyre marks Kevin Smith’s return to a Bat-books since Batman: Cacophony. Let’s just say it isn’t a triumphant one either. And Walter Flanagan continues his...