POSTED BY Chris Gering ON May 23, 2013 Add Comments
A cover taken from the third volume of the Starman omnibus collection, here we have Bats with Jack Knight, the current Starman at that time, and the first Green Lantern Alan Scott. Jack has always struck me as someone between both extremes that Bats and Alan represent. Jack is willing to be the dark, brooding type but also effortlessly heroic and bright. Ironic that both Alan and Bruce have always protected Gotham. The Starman series is penned by the incomparable James Robinson, and this cover’s artwork is done by the…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON May 4, 2013 Add Comments
Batman (1940-2011) ($1.99 each)
The first 25 issues of Batman's titular book in all their Golden Age glory from March of 1940 through September of 1944 (title was a quarterly back in those days).
#159, #210, #251, #252, #255, #256, #291, #324, #392
Various Silver and Bronze Age issues released digitally as part of a Joker 101 sale, including the iconic “Joker's Five Way Revenge” from 1973 that helped reinvent the Clown Prince of Crime for the time, Catwoman 101 sale and as supporting issues based around a Retro release of…
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POSTED BY Donovan Grant ON March 15, 2013 Add Comments
After a night of venting his frustration on the criminals in Gotham City, Bruce returns to the cave to find a letter that Damian wrote, declaring his intention to help Batman fight against Leviathan and stating his love and pride for being Bruce’s son.
The best issues say the most with the least amount of dialogue. So it’s with Batman and Robin #18 that the entire story has nary a word or sound effect lettered into the page, leaving with the reader the sense of grief and loss that…
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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON March 12, 2013 Add Comments
With the announcement of Zero Year being the next big arc in the pages of Batman, writer Scott Snyder has done a couple of interviews with IGN and Newsarama talking about what we can expect in his upcoming story of Batman's early years.
IGN: My first question has got to be: exactly how far back does Zero Year go?
Scott Snyder: Well, it takes place in the continuity that’s established in our issue #0. So it takes place just over five years ago; almost six years ago.
IGN: So is this Bruce’s…
Tags: batman, bruce wayne, dc comics, gotham city, scott snyder, zero year
POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 16, 2013 Add Comments
Ame-Comi Girls #23 ($0.99)
A new gang hits Las Vegas, and goes up against the casino’s security, White Canary.
Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013-) #5 ($0.99)
Following Superman’s killing of The Joker, Harley Quinn is on the run, and runs into Green Arrow.
Batgirl (2011-) #17 ($2.99)
Getting over her battle with the Joker, Barbara deals with her brother and a new villain that has hit town.
Batman (2011-) #17 ($3.99)
The concluding chapter to The Death Of The Family crossover event.
Batman and Robin (2011-) #17 ($2.99)
After a long night, Bruce, Damian and Alfred go…
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POSTED BY Melinda Hinman ON February 6, 2013 Add Comments
Batman and Robin Annual #1 was written by Peter Tomasi and illustrated by Ardian Syaf.
After the Death of the Family story, this annual was perfectly timed as a palette cleanser before diving into the next round of stories.
The book opens with Batman bringing down a criminal and telling him to confess or run the risk of never eating solid food again. From there, Bruce is sent by Damian on a scavenger hunt of sorts across Europe, discovering long lost memories and signs of his parents. He discovers a…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 2, 2013 Add Comments
Ame-Comi Girls #21 ($0.99)
Teen Hellions story concludes with Red Raven confronting her father Trigon on Azarath.
Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013-) #3 ($0.99)
Superman has found the trap the Joker has laid out, but is all what it seems?
All-Star Western (2011-) #16 ($3.99)
The Black Diamond Probability crossover continues as Hex battles for Hyde for the Black Diamond while meeting more members of the Arkham family than he would have liked to.
Batman and Robin (2011-) Annual #1 ($4.99)
Damian sends his father on a bit of a scavenger hunt while he decides…
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POSTED BY Ed Grause ON January 31, 2013 Add Comments
Last month we ended with Jason Todd’s unconscious body being dropped next to Tim Drake who also was taking a nap. The Titans and the Outlaws were looking to team up to track down their leaders who had both gone missing.
Before going on much further, one thing to note is that the story in this month’s issue is a direct continuation from the end of Teen Titans #15, not the end of Red Hood #15. To sum that issue up in simple terms, Tim Drake had…
Tags: batman: death of the family, bunker, gotham city, harvey bullock, hugo strange, isabel ardila, jason todd, joker, kid flash, killer croc, red hood and the outlaws, red robin, roy harper, solstice, starfire, teen titans, tim drake, wonder girl
POSTED BY Jon Roke ON January 31, 2013 Add Comments
If you remember all the way back to September of last year you will probably recall I was not at all positive about The Dark Knight Returns Part One. In my opinion it suffered all the myriads that can make an animated film terrible: bad acting, terrible animation, clunky dialogue and awful music. And I did not have high hopes for part two. The clips I had seen of part 2 had not impressed me at all and…
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POSTED BY Micah Evans ON January 30, 2013 Add Comments
As Nightwing’s Death of the Family tie-in comes to a close, Dick is once again stripped of everything he holds dear. Well, almost everything. Technically this book is acceptably written and nicely illustrated, though long time Nightwing fans will understandably have mixed feelings about where this leaves Dick standing in the DCU.
The book opens with Nightwing frantically working his way across Gotham rooftops to Amusement Mile and Haly’s circus. The Joker has left an invitation for him carved into the body of a former love interest. Dick knows all of Haly’s…
Tags: amusement mile, batman, batman: death of the family, bludhaven, dc universe, detective comics, dick grayson, eddy barrows, gotham city, haly's circus, joker, kyle higgins, nightwing
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