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Last Week in the Batcave

Coming from an alien world where it is currently spring and there is no Thanksgiving, this living being here speaking decided to join in some of the American customs of said holiday and declare that...

Harvey Award Nominees Announced

The Harvey Award Nominees have been announced and one Batman creator has been nominated.     BEST COVER ARTIST Frank Quitely, BATMAN AND ROBIN, DC Comics   Congratulations and good...

Boston Comic Con Report Part 2

In my first report from the Boston Comic Con I spoke of the fans. That dedicated throng that populates these events. In this second installment I’d like to touch on one of the main reasons they...

Kapow Comic Con: Day 2 Report

  So on my return to Kapow there was plenty to look forward to and I had plenty to get done. Very little Batman at all I'm afraid but still plenty happening. The day started off with the...

Kapow Comic Con: Day 1 Report

  So here is my report on a very eventful first day at Kapow. Firstly, it seems the event had plenty of coverage with the Business Design Centre packed full of punters from the start. Inside the...

Kapow Comic Con Preview

  On the 9th and 10th of April 2011 Mark Millar's attempt to bring the San Diego Comic Con experience to the UK will begin. Millar (the writer of Kick-Ass and a major comic book celebrity...

Review: Superman/Batman #75

Well, Superman/Batman does not have 75 trombones, but it does have 75 issues and here is the big Anniversary issue extravaganza. Seems odd that DC does this for the 75th, but perhaps they are hedging...

Review: Batman and Robin #13

What can be said about Grant Morrison that hasn‘t already been said? I won’t bore you with quotes that praise not only his work, but his overall genius. What I will say though is that I...

Review: Batman #700

First off, let me state that I think that every Batman fan reading this that hasn’t read this issue yet should go out to their local comic shop and pick this issue up before they read this...

Creator Spotlight: Grant Morrison

Greetings everyone, and welcome back to Creator Spotlight. In this piece, I take a look at the highly successful and controversial Grant Morrison. You either love him or you hate him, I love him, but...

Review: Batman and Robin #11

Grant Morrison’s second act of his fourth story arc in the highly entertaining series that continues to shock the fan based with high energy and twists and turns around every corner has come...

The Year of the Batmen: Part 3

Concept Art: Part One   In this, the third entry of the Year of the Batmen, we will examine what is to represent Batman visually and how the artwork conveys a certain mood, message, or...

Review: Batman and Robin #10

Batman and Robin #10 scratches the itch that comic fans like me do not like to talk about. A set up issue, that is genuinely interesting, and is enjoyable in its own right. The title of Andy...

The Year of the Batmen: Part 2

Batman in the JLA   In this, the second entry of my “Year of the Batmen” series, I am going to discuss the Dick Grayson Batman and the dynamic of his entry into the newly...

Review: Justice League Crisis on Two Earths

The DC DTV animated movie series has had its fair share of ups and downs. It has put out awesome movies, like Green Lantern, or Wonder Woman, and it has put out very bad movies, like Superman Batman:...

Review: Batman and Robin #7

The much anticipated delayed issue number seven of Batman and Robin has finally arrived. The elusive writing talents of Grant Morrison continue to pack the panels with action-packed entertainment....

Review: Batman and Robin #6

The conclusion of the Revenge of the Red Hood storyline is creatively woven together by the very talented Grant Morrison. Philip Tan also continues to provide a solid depiction of the dynamic duo. We...

Review: Batman and Robin #6

Philip Tan must feel like the middle child in a family of celebrities. No matter how solid his art may be, it will never live up to his “older brother” Frank and his “younger...

New Comics Out Today

This week, we venture into the particular time that I will refer to as "The Month Bat-Fans Go Broke." Why is that, you ask? Well, there are almost twice as many comics and trades coming out...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #4

"I once was lost, but now am found". This familiar lyric from the gospel classic Amazing Grace came to mind as I was reading Streets of Gotham #4. When fans heard that Paul Dini would be...

Review: Batman and Robin #4

Don't fix it if it ain't broke. Change for the sake of change is never a good thing. These wise adages prove to be true more often than not. Issue #4 of the incredibly successful Batman and...

Review: Batman and Robin #3

It’s lonely out there. While every Bat-fan from coast to coast is sitting in front of their gaming console, playing and chatting about the coolest action game of all time; Batman: Arkham...

Review: Batman #689

If you haven't been reading the Latest News on TheBatmanUniverse.net (Why haven't you?!!), then you would have missed that Dan Didio has had a change of heart about Batman Beyond appearing in...

Review: Batman Confidential #32

This week is kind of a breather for Bat-Fans. As Dustin let us know in his new weekly previews http://thebatmanuniverse.net/editorials/2009/08/05/new-comics-out-today/, the continuity titles are on...