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Episode 156

Gerry and Chris are hear to cover the next installment of Bat-Books for Beginners. This time around Batman: Hush Returns is covered which includes Batman: Gotham Knights #50-55 and #66. Be sure to...

Review: Batman #19

“All hope abandon, ye who enter here!”  Dante’s Inferno.  Canto III.   As Bane forces his way into Arkham Asyulm, he is greeted by self-proclaimed deity Maxie Zeus, reciting the words...

Review: Batman #17

I’m going to give in to my fanboy nature and tell it to you like it is.  I want to love “I Am Bane.”   I want it to be required Batman reading.  Ten years from now, I want to look back...

SDCC 2016: Interview with Scott Snyder

In our final comic creator interview, we talked with Scott Snyder. If you are reading the article on this site, you probably don’t need an introduction, but let’s briefly touch on his...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Genesis #1

As the issue opens, a torrent of rats are attacking what looks to be a bandaged Bruce Wayne…however, it is soon revealed to be none other than the skilled surgeon Thomas Elliott aka Hush....

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight

Editor’s Note: Batman: Arkham Knight has now been out for all to enjoy for just over a month. At this point if you haven’t played the game, you probably already have read what occurs in...

WonderCon: Gotham Hints at Season 2

  WonderCon has come and gone and one of the major panels for TBU was the Gotham panel. On Saturday afternoon, Gotham held a special video presentation with a number of the cast on hand along...

Review: Batman Eternal #49

This week’s “Eternal” opens with Bullock, Jason Bard and Maggie Sawyer racing in a squad car towards Blackgate Penitentiary as Bullock comments that his contacts haven’t seen or heard from...

Review: Batman Eternal #48

This week’s “Eternal” opens with a meeting between Commissioner Jason Bard and Mayor Hady. The discuss James Gordon and Bard argues that he has evidence to prove his innocence and that Gotham...

Review: Batman Eternal #47

“Batman Eternal” continues this week as we see Hush watching a sleeping Alfred in the Batcave. As Alfred suddenly awakes screaming his daughter’s name, Hush informs the butler that Julia is out...

Review: Batman Eternal #46

This week’s issue of “Batman Eternal” opens with Poison Ivy busy talking to her plants and transplanting several flowers into another pot. We then cut to Batman who is busy battling a horde of...

Review: Arkham Manor #4

Arkham Manor has been interesting. For a limited series it doesn’t seem to be in any rush to solve the central mystery of the book. In fact it puts that plot line on hold completely until the last...

Reviewing Eternal’s Batsgiving: Things We Know and Things We Don’t

It’s been over a year now since we first glimpsed the image above which Scott Snyder released on Twitter and DC issued as a two-page spread which wished us a “Happy Batsgiving.”...

Review: Batman Eternal #36

James Tynion is still delivering solid scripts to each of his issues to Batman Eternal. I feel like the whole team is getting stronger, though. And that is so awesome for this series.   Fernando...

Review: Batman Eternal #35

Just as Kyle Higgins gets this series back on track his arc ends, and another begins. However, James Tynion keeps up the awesome pace that’s been set and keeps this book rollin’! Tynion...

Review: Batman Eternal #34

It’s kind of difficult to rate the ending to these mini-arcs, because they are left so open ended. I know that they plan on picking up these pieces later, it just makes it hard to say...

Review: Batman Eternal #33

This issue continues the awesomeness of Kyle Higgins and Jason Fabok. These two guys seem to be in sync with each other, and they are just killing it. Unfortunately, this is Fabok’s last issue...

DC TV Update: TBU Links # 2

  How are things? Good, great. Got that out of the way, now onto business. Remember, and beware for there be SPOILERS AHEAD! Oh and this was released hours before Arrow aired Wednesday night....

Review: Batman Eternal #32

Well, if you ask me this issue is a major improvement over what we have been getting recently. Kyle Higgins is on script duties this week, and Jason Fabok is on art. Higgins delivers one of the most...

Review: Gotham: The Mask

“The Mask” brings Gotham back to many plots within one episode. The main plot focuses on a murder investigation assigned to Detectives James Gordon and Harvey Bullock. The victim is found with...

Review: Batman Eternal #31

Rafael Albuquerque’s cover is so freaking cool… Let that beauty soak in for a little bit…   Alright, so before I read this issue, I kept seeing rave reviews on Twitter....

Review: Batman Eternal #29

Ray Fawkes is back, and although he tells a good story, there are continuity problems from the previous week, as well as his own story this issue. You’ll see later in the recap, but it’s...

Tommy Elliot Coming to Gotham

  Today was the Gotham panel at New York Comic Con and IGN had a chance to talk with Donal Logue, Sean Pertwee and Danny Cannon. They presented them with an open-ended question about any new...

Review: Batman Eternal #26

As I look back over this issue, I feel… disappointed?… I don’t know. I didn’t like this issue, and I’ll get to that later. It just comes down to the point where,...

Review: Batman Eternal #25

We’ve hit the 25th mark on Eternal, and it seems we are about halfway through this story. James Tynion is back this issue, which seems weird to me. The group was doing three issue arcs, and now...

DC All Access: Top 10 Batman Villain Origins

DC All Access has released a new video featuring the Top 10 Batman Villain Origins. What is interesting about the video is which versions of the characters’ origins the choose to use, meaning...

Review: Batman Eternal #24

Spoiler is back, front and center. This issue focuses primarily on her. Ray Fawkes is on the script this issue, and he’s kinda surprised me lately. The guy is usually know for doing...

Review: Batman Eternal #23

Since issue twenty-one, I don’t know that we will have another issue live up to that anytime soon. It may be awhile. Here, we get Tim Seeley back on the script. I feel like his story is good,...

Review: Batman Eternal #22

Well, we’ve just closed out the first story arc with last issue, according to the trade, anyway. So this issue feels like as good of a jumping on point as any, if you’re feeling up to it....

Review: Batman Eternal #21

All I can say right now is, “Holy. Crap.” This issue was freaking amazing! So many revelations in here. I was so afraid that this series was losing it’s touch, but it came back with...