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DCU Spotlight: Review: Dark Nights: Metal #3

Overview: Superman goes to a place where everybody knows his name, and then he turns into a battery.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): In Smallville, Damian and Jon are putting on a rock show for...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Dark Nights: Metal #2

Overview: Batman plays world-wide hide and seek with the Justice League, and then turns into a door.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The Justice League are searching all over for Batman. Superman...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Dark Nights: Metal #1

Overview: The Justice League find Gotham City destroyed, and the Blackhawks attempt to capture Batman.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): Thanks to Mongul, the Justice League are forced into a...

Review: Batman/The Shadow # 4

Overview: The Joker and The Stag have Batman captured and it’s up to the Shadow to save him before the Stag executes him and gains entrance into Shamba-la.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): Batman...

Review: Batman #51

Breakdown: Scott Snyder set the tone for this issue, that being a love letter to Batman. The magic of it all being that it’s so simple in it’s presentation, that we get some time to...

Review: Batman #50

Breakdown: Scott Snyder delivered us with an amazing script. The pacing in it was solid, and kept you engaged throughout the book. Technically, the comic is sound in almost every way. The only bump I...

Review: Batman #48

Okay, so this issue was amazing. It does something that most fans love to see — a chat between the protagonist and the antagonist. In fact, it does it twice. Although one isn’t very...

Review: Batman #47

DC decided to pile almost all of my books in one week, so hopefully you guys don’t get sick of me… This issue of Batman threw me for a loop. It made me question what I thought I knew, and...

Review: Batman #45

If you ask me, this issue of Superheavy was super-awesome. I know we are kinda in the middle of the story arc, but everything just seemed to come together in a beautiful way. Snyder really shows us...

Review: Batman #32

Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo have been working and building upon this Zero Year epic for a year know. It's hard to believe it's been that long. Of everything that they have covered in Zero...

NYCC 2012: Batman Panel

  The last panel of the convention, at least for us, was the Batman: Death of the Family panel. In attendance was Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, FCO, Kyle Higgins, Gregg Hurwitz,...

The Iconic Batman from the Art of the New 52 #7

  We have reached the "epic" conclusion to the "Court of the Owls series in the issue of Batman #11by Scott Snyder that was released just recently. With it, we are presented with...

The Iconic Batman from the Art of the New 52 #2

Bruce Wayne Triumphant       In this second installment of “Batman: The Iconic Art of the New 52” I’m going to examine a frame taken from Batman #2 as illustrated by...

The Iconic Batman from the Art of the New 52 #1

There has been much hype and ballyhoo about the “New 52” and if I can be allowed this editorial comment, a lot of it has been provided by DC itself.  However, this will not be the...