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Last Week in the Batcave

This week we have a lot of introductions to make, as a ton of announcements has fallen on our heads. Between the seven one-shots spinning out of Metal, all of them evil versions of Batman, and the...

Review: Batwoman #34

I have a bag of mixed feelings after reading this issue, so I’ll just get straight into it…   Marc Andreyko does things here that impress me, and then there are other points where it...

Review: Batwoman #33

I'll be honest, this isn't as good of an issue as the last one, but it's still pretty good. I think where it hurt this issue, is the art. For whatever reason, Jeremy Huan couldn't do...

Review: Batwoman #32

This cover… Gah! Rafael Albuquerque's art is so awesome. I LOVE white covers on comics, for some reason. Simple, elegant, scary. I wonder if the dude ever gets tired of drawing...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #25

The Time: Six years ago. A time in Gotham known as Zero Year, the year The Batman's legend began. The Place: Gotham. A city plunged into darkness by the Riddler. This is the story of Jason Todd,...

Review: Batman #23.2

What we have here is so far the best Villains issue I've read yet. First off we have great, vibrant Guillem March cover that draws the reader in. The story by Scott Snyder and Ray Fawkes is well...

New Batwoman Creative Team Announced

  After the disappointing news a few days ago that  J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman would be leaving Batwoman, DC has now announced the new creative team of Marc Andreyko as writer...

Review: Gotham City Sirens #18

Since my last review of Gotham City Sirens, I’ve gone back and read the issues that I had missed before I started writing for this site. Much to my surprise, I actually found myself liking the...

Review: Detective Comics #865

When this issue came out I have to admit I wasn’t exactly ripping the bag open and whipping through the pages. In fact I wasn’t even thinking about reading it until I had read through the...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #9

Once again, the DC Comics solicits have lead us astray. No you say? Unfortunately, yes. While we all could have expected the latest issue of Streets of Gotham to be the second part of Mike...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #8

After a one issue stint on Streets of Gotham number seven, Paul Dini again takes a break from the title and hands the writing duties over to guest writer Mike Benson. Benson gives us part one of the...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #7

After a two issue break, Paul Dini returns to Streets of Gotham to continue his Mr. Zsaz storyline and provide us with a characterization of the under used Humpty Dumpty. Dustin Nguyen continues to...