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Group Spotlight: The Birds of Prey Roster (Part 1)

Introduction: Welcome to TBU’s spotlight on the Birds of Prey roster! Inspired by the recent “Manslaughter” arc in the current Batgirl and the Birds of Prey title, in which our main Birds;...

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...

Batman Eternal Writers Talk Future of Character and Series

Batman Eternal has ended and while Batman may have been proved to be eternal, the first volume of the series has come to an end. MTV caught up with a number of the writers behind the series and...

Review: Batman Eternal #52

As the final issue of “Batman Eternal” opens, we are treated to a flashback where Cluemaster is seen talking to his daughter Stephanie on the phone. As she mentions that the city is under attack...

Review: Batman Eternal #51

This week’s issue opens upon the roof of Beacon Tower where we see Batman strapped to the batsignal. As Cluemaster walks forward and cuts the symbol from his chest, he notes that he is a man just...

Review: Batman Eternal #50

As this week’s issue opens, we see the wreckage of the crashed fighter jet that Batman was seen ramming towards Robo-Bane at the end of last issue. As Batman emerges from the rubble he hears Bane...

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 #38

This week in Eternal, we find Batman arriving at the Willowwood Home for Children. Julia reminds us about the destruction of Batman’s caches and about the limited supplies that Batman has to take...

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 #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...

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...

Batman Eternal #28

Of all the script writers for Eternal. I feel like Tim Seeley’s issues are the weakest. Now this issue wasn’t bad. It was actually enjoyable to read, but there were some problems. The...

The Jason Bard-Barbara Gordon Engagement

  Now that Jason Bard is getting cozy with Vicki Vale over in “Batman Eternal”, it might be a fun time to reminisce about another love connection he had with a notable Batman Family redhead....

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...

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 #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...

Review: Batman Eternal #20

We are now twenty issues into Batman Eternal, and I’m starting to feel some fatigue in reading this comic. It just kinda hit me suddenly. Now I’m not saying this issue is bad, because I...

Review: Batman Eternal #18

Here, we get our next arc of Eternal written by Grayson’s Tim Seeley with art by Andy Clarke. It’s kinda tough, starting a completely different story at the climax of the last one. And...

Review: Batman Eternal #16

Gosh, I love Dustin Nguyen covers… Anyway, Batman Eternal continues, and it is still building on the momentum it has had the last month or so. After struggling at the start, Eternal has become...

Review: Batman Eternal #15

The last few weeks of Eternal have been the best of the series so far. I will admit, I was nervous about this weeks issue since Tynion wasn't going to be writing it. Instead, we get Ray Fawkes,...

Review: Batman Eternal #14

Batman Eternal has been picking up steam in the last few weeks, and it's steadily becoming one of better comics from week to week. This issue is more of the same.   Dustin Nguyen's cover...

Review: Batman Eternal #13

Take it easy on me here, I haven't been reading Eternal since I stopped covering it last time. But I have been keeping up with it via The Batman Universe, so hopefully that will be enough, for...

Review: Batman: Eternal #4

In life, family is a constant in life not matter what you always have your family as the old saying goes, sometimes you hate them and most of the time you love you them. So when the one of your...

Review: Batman: Eternal #3

What does it feel like to find out that everything you know is changing, that the people you thought were your friends are now your enemies, the world you became comfortable with is now collapse upon...

Review: Batman: Eternal #1

Well, here we are. A Batman weekly series to celebrate his 75th anniversary. And boy, did things get off to an intense start.   Professor Pyg is as whacky as ever, the ending is morbid, and...