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Gun Happy New Year: A History of Deadshot (Part 1)

Over the past few years, DC Comics’ chain-smoking master assassin Deadshot, one of Batman’s second-tier rouges, has gained popularity—appearing in more comic books than ever and in...

Why We Love the Drake: A Spotlight Series on the Fan Favorite Robin (Part 1)

With the impending return of Tim Drake in the pages of Detective Comics, it’s as good a time as any to look back on the character’s near thirty-year history and recall what makes him so popular...

Dick and Babs Relationship Retrospective Part 1: Robin and Batgirl

Over in Hope Larson’s Batgirl, we’re currently in the middle of a Dick and Babs team-up. This makes it a great time to do a comprehensive look back at their relationship. While it started...

When did Catwoman learn Batman’s secret identity?

The marriage proposal between Batman and Catwoman in Batman #24 has brought many old fans back to the series. If they’ve been away for a while, one reoccurring question has been “When...

TBU Review Roundup 7/12

  Below you will find brief descriptions of this week’s comics along with the ratings. Below the main TBU titles will be the DC Universe specific titles that feature characters from The Batman...

Retro Review Focus The Squid: Batman #357 and Detective Comics #524

Batman #357 (March, 1983) "Squid" written by Gerry Conway; artists:  Don Newton & Alfred Alcala   Synopsis:  Batman (the issue opens with a nice opening splash...

Retro Review Focus Man-Bat: Man-Bat #1

Man-Bat #1 (January, 1976) “Beware the Eyes of Baron Tyme” written by Gerry Conway, art by Steve Ditko (penciller) and Al Milgrom (inker), cover art by Jim Aparo   Synopsis: Clement...

Retro Review Focus Doctor Death: Batman #345 and Detective Comics #512

Batman #345 (March, 1982) "Calling Doctor Death"  written by Gerry Conway, art by Gene Colon and Klaus Janson   Synopsis:  A wheelchaired Doctor Death exposes a would-be...