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Review: All-Star Batman #4

Synopsis: The story opens overlooking a house out in the country. We go inside to see the place is a wreck. Down in the basement, someone is crying out for help, saying that they’ve been down...

Review: All-Star Batman #2

Note: Thanks to Ed on the Comics Podcast for the shout-out! It’s pretty awesome to hear your name mentioned on a podcast you’ve been listening to since you started listening to podcasts....

Review: All-Star Batman #1

Synopsis: (For the sake of lessening the confusion, this synopsis will be in chronological order) Two weeks ago: Harvey Dent sends Bruce an encrypted message on a coin, telling him that Two-Face is...

Season 2: Episode 16: Prisoners

Gordon is in jail, but does he deserve it? Did Lee really lose the baby? Is Gordon the very thing he was fighting against in season one? Where is Harvey Dent hiding anyway? Josh and Don ponder these...

Gotham Season 2 Episode 5 Details, Images and Clips

  The seventh episode of the season of Gotham airs tonight at 8PM ET/CT on Fox with “Scarification”. Fox has released a number of screens and videos to promote tonight’s episode.  ...

Review: Convergence: The Question #2

“Just One More Thing… Part II” opens at the hospital bed of Hernando Montoya. His wife and son are there and he asks where his daughter, Renee is.   We cut to Batwoman, the Huntress and...

DC TV Update: TBU Links #13

  Hey there Bat boys and girls. Sorry for the week off, but our shows went on sabbatical temporarily. “Gotham” will be back in a month or so, and “The Flash” as well as “Arrow”...

Review: Gotham: Everyone has a Cobblepot

In “Everyone has a Cobblepot”, the case against Arnold Flass has been dropped following Harvey Bullock admission to faking the evidence against Flass. When Gordon confronts him about it,...

DC TV Update: TBU Links #4

  Greetings and salutations Bat-fans. Happy belated Turkey Day. Remember, even Batman left a plate of Thanksgiving dinner for Solomon Grundy in “The Long Halloween.” Anyhow, our brains and...

Review: Gotham: Lovecraft

“Lovecraft” opens with Wayne Manor coming under siege. Hired killers arrive to murder Selina Kyle. Following Alfred’s instructions, Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle run away from the mansion while...

DC TV Update: TBU Link #3

  Hey there Bat-fanatics. We had a good week as far as Bat Easter Eggs go. I won’t waste any time, but as always, spoilers ahead!   Okay, let’s get down to business. This week in stuff...

Episode 9: Harvey Dent

Stella, Don and Josh are joined by “The Batman Universe” Senior Editor Dustin to discuss the episode “Harvey Dent”. In this double sized episode (no pun intended) the gang...

Review: Batman ’66: The Lost Episode #1

This lost episode of Batman ’66 opens at the famous Northby’s Auction House where a near complete set of Chang Dynasty Blue Porcelain Glazes are the item of the evening. However the night is soon...

Review: Gotham: Harvey Dent

Following Selina Kyle’s return at the end of last week’s episode, “Harvey Dent” begins with Jim Gordon returning home with Selina Kyle. Gordon discovers that Barbara has left a note saying...

Gotham Casts Harvey Dent

  TVLine is reporting that Gotham has cast Harvey Dent. The actor cast is none other than Nicolas D’Agosto,who is best known for his role on the Showtime series, Masters of Sex.   In...

Review: Beware the Batman: Alone

The final episode of Beware the Batman begins with the revelation that, despite the impending doom looming over them at the end of “Twist”, Batman and Katana have miraculously survived long falls...

Review: Beware the Batman: Twist

The penultimate episode of Beware the Batman opens with a campaign rally for Dent’s opponent in the mayoral election, Jocelyn Killroy, the director of the CDC from “Sacrifice.” Her main...

Review: Beware the Batman: Epitaph

The grimly named “Epitaph” begins at an event for Harvey Dent’s mayoral campaign. After finishing his speech, Dent invites Bruce Wayne to say a few words. While Wayne is speaking, Batman...

Review: Beware the Batman: Hero

“Hero” begins with a motorcycle chase. Katana is trying to stop Anarky from escaping with some ill-gotten gain. While looking back over his shoulder at Katana, Anarky fails to see the Batmobile...

Review: Beware the Batman: Doppleganger

Editor’s Note: This review begins our marathon of reviews for the final seven episodes which aired early this morning. Rather than spreading out the reviews of the final episodes, a new review of...

Review: Beware the Batman: Animal

Editor’s Note: This is the eighth episode of Beware the Batman that was not previously aired during it’s original run on Cartoon Network late last year. No official screens or videos have been...

LEGO Batman Season Pass Announced

From Warner Bros.:   First Ever LEGO Game Season Pass Announced For LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham   Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment revealed a DLC Season Pass for LEGO Batman...

Review: Beware the Batman: Monsters

Editor’s Note: This is the sixth episode of Beware the Batman that was not previously aired during it’s original run on Cartoon Network late last year. No official screens or videos have been...

Review: Beware the Batman: Nexus

  Editor’s Note: This is the fifth episode of Beware the Batman that was not previously aired during it’s original run on Cartoon Network late last year. No official screens or videos have...

Gotham at TCA

  Gotham was present at Fox's 2014 Television Critics Association’s summer press tour yesterday and there is news flooding in from every corner of the internet.  A number of...

Review: Batman and Robin #28

I've been on the fence regarding this story from time to time. I enjoy what's being done with Two-Face, but the introduction of a brand new character to make the story work rubs me wrong. In...

Review: Batman and Robin #27

With Batman incapacitated, Two-Face tries to burn Erin's face off with the same acid that she used on him. Before he is able to an ambush by the other crime families catch our three characters...

Review: Batman and Robin #25

Is it just me, or does the Two-Face coin on the cover look like "Two-Face as played by Matt Smith"? And with that realization, who would actually like to see Matt Smith play Two-Face?...

Review: Batman and Robin #24

The times they are a'changin'. And it's every fanboy's prerogative to resist change with the most violent of outcries. So I'll be surprised if this issue isn't the center of a...

EXCLUSIVE: C2E2: John Layman on Detective Comics

Next up, The Batman Universe talked with Detective Comics writer, John Layman. Layman came on to the series just under a year ago and has introduced many classic villains into the series. With the...