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Review: Justice League #19

(Spoilers Ahead) “Timeless Part Five” opens with Vincent and Alexis in the Infinity Building. Earth has stopped being pulled out of space-time. They now detect a massive new energy source by the...

Review: Justice League #18

The Justice League makes progress against The Timeless as they fight to save the Earth across time and space. But just as it appears they have gained the upper hand a new threat emerges in Justice...

Review: Justice League #17

The Justice League members are spread across time and space battling the Timeless ships. What are the Timeless up to and can the JL contain the threat? The adventure continues in Justice League #17....

Review: Justice League #16

The Justice League battles the forces of The Timeless across time and space to save the universe from an unknown but perilous fate in Justice League #16.   Timeless spoilers…  ...

Review: Justice League #15

“Timeless Part 1” starts in the present in Gotham City. Batman is responding to a note asking for a meeting. He knows who sent the note and he is expecting something dramatic. In Metropolis, Lois...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #4

We’re past the build-up.  We’re past the initial squabbling.  The parties may still not like each other very much (or at all, actually), but they’ve agreed upon a common threat and the action...

Review: Detective Comics #52

Breakdown: Peter J. Tomasi delivers a solid script, this issue… I feel like you guys should start a drinking game for every time I say “solid”. He gives us a basic detective story...

Review: Detective Comics #51

Breakdown: First of all, I usually don’t mention the cover unless it stands out in some way… But that cover by Guillem March is bad… I mean, what is going on with Gordon’s...

Review: Detective Comics #50

Note: Although I will be addressing the additional content in this extra-sized issue, the focus of my review will be on the continuation of the “Martyrs and Madmen” story. You can look...

Review: Detective Comics #49

Breakdown: Peter Tomasi continues off of his last issue, and it’s still just as interesting as it was last month. I feel like he’s gotten back into his groove after that last weird story...

Review: Detective Comics #48

Peter Tomasi is back on Detective Comics this month, and this is his best issue yet… Now, keep in mind that this is only his third issue, but my statement still stands. Tomasi gives us moments...

Review: Justice League: Darkseid War: Batman #1

What would happen if a man became a god? Would he change the world with his power or would that power just change him? The first one shot from the Darkseid War shows exactly what happens when a...

Review: Batman Eternal #30

This issue left me feeling disappointed. Here, we just read Arkham Manor last week, leading us to believe that we were going to see that Bruce was going to loose the family fortune, and his...

Review: Batgirl #33

As I write this review, I'm so happy to say that Batgirl will be among the current struggling bat-books that will be getting a new creative team starting in October. What the new team has planned...

CCI 2013: DC Entertainment All Access

  The first panel of the convention was DC discussing various prjects happening all around the DC Universe. In attendance from The Batman Universe was current Batgirl writer, Gail Simone,...