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Last week in the Batcave

Last Tuesday, Batman: The Animated Series celebrated 25 years since it first aired. The reason for many of us to be gathered here in the underground of Wayne Manor today, the series is up to this day...

Last Week in the Batcave

This is a week filled with joy, Bat-visitors, for this is a week filled with Bat-boys. From Nightwing being cast for the Titans series, to the boys appearing in Batman, Tim being a nerd in Detective...

Last Week in the Batcave

So there I was, stepping into the Batcave to do this wrap up of last week, and what do I find? The remains of a large gathering, batarangs scattered across the floor, teacups and coffee mugs left all...

Last Week in the Batcave

  Winter is coming and with it more and more Bat-Books are finding their way out of the depths of DC’s shelves. This week we are welcoming a new title with Batman: Creature of the Night....

DCU Spotlight Review: Dark Days: The Casting #1

The Short Story: Batman goes to a dark place as the DC Universe looks to having a potential Crisis.   Synopsis (spoilers): We continue to read from the journal entries of Carter Hall, aka...

Last Week in the Batcave

I have to open our regular meeting this week with a little bit of bragging from my part. I must have instincts more heightened than all of them Bats put together because I smelled something fishy...

Last Week in the Batcave

This has been an abnormally calm week, one that would make Bruce suspect of what Gotham is cooking up for him for the week to come. And rightly so, because some new projects are starting to sprout,...

Last Week in the Batcave

Sorry for the mess down here, friends, but yesterday was Alfred’s day off and things got a bit out of hand. It was Father’s Day after all, and the old man deserves a little rest. What...

DCU Spotlight Review: Dark Days: The Forge #1

Synopsis (Spoilers): We open in ancient Egypt with Carter Hall along with other horsemen, as they ride toward something… a metal ship falling out of the sky.   Currently, in the Bermuda...

Last Week in the Batcave

Batman is gone, long live the Batman. It is time to say farewell to Mr. Adam West, the Batman from the ’66 television series, who left the land of the living this weekend making all of the...

Last Week in the Batcave

May the Fourth be with you, my Bat-companions. Five days overdue but you know, we are running on Mondays here. This week History Channel aired “Superheroes Decoded”, a documentary that studies...

TBU Review Roundup 4/26

  Below you will find brief descriptions of this week’s comics along with the ratings. Below the main TBU titles will be the DC Universe specific titles that feature characters from The Batman...

Last Week in the Batcave

Hiya, me guano stinkin’ fellas! Past week had so much news that it got hard to digest, and we are still being overfed with tidbits of news about Dark Nights: Metal. As if we weren’t getting...

Last Week in the Batcave

Welcome back to this dark and damp place us bats call home. This has been a crazy week with the release of the Justice League first official trailer, Joss Whedon being announced as writer and...

Snyder and Capullo Next Project, Dark Nights: Metal, Announced

The project that will give us the reunion of Greg Capullo and Scott Snyder has finally been officially announced, and it is a DC crossover event titled Dark Nights: Metal. Joining Capullo and Snyder...

Last Week in the Batcave

A fictional place where our heroes gather to defend Gotham, the Batcave would never have come into existence were it not for great comic writers and artists through the ages. The image of all of...

DC Announces Next Event Which Brings Dark Days this June

DC’s recent slow-burn trend with their events and mysteries gets another piece added to the puzzle. Written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV, Dark Days is a multiverse-spanning event coming...

Review: Suicide Squad #8

Synopsis: We pick up where we left off last issue, with Belle Reve going crazy and General Zod continuing to lay in the tanning booth. Harley has interrupted post-coitus snuggling between Croc and...

Review: Suicide Squad #7

Synopsis: Dr. Harleen Quinzel is running for her life as a crazed Katana chases after her trying to kill her. Harleen runs past a guard, who tries to taser her. Katana dis-arms him (ha!), and Harleen...

Review: Suicide Squad #6

Synopsis: As we pick up up this issue, Flag is firing his gun at Waller, who takes the shot right to the head and dies… And that’s the end of the Suicide Squad! Thank you and goodnight!...

Review: Suicide Squad #5

Synopsis: The issue opens with an opening monologue discussing Oppenheimer’s first reaction to the atomic bomb and its comparisons to the first sightings of super beings. In Belle Reve, Task...

Review: Suicide Squad #4

Synopsis: We continue from where we left off — in an underwater prison in Siberia, where what’s left of the Squad is trapped in between the Annihilation Brigade (apparently Russia’s...

Review: Suicide Squad #3

Synopsis: Amanda Waller is telling us why a team like the Suicide Squad is needed, as we see the remains of a city after Darkseid War. We join back with the team as they try to fight off Zod. Not...

Review: Suicide Squad #2

Synopsis: We pick up directly after the events of last issue, where the whole team is underwater, in space suits, most of them drowning. A NSA agent shows up to watch the Squad break into a Russian...

Review: Suicide Squad #1

Synopsis: We open with Amanda Waller making her way toward Belle Reve on a helicopter, while commenting on how she plans to protect the world from the evil that is in it. Belle Reve is a...

DC All Access: Batman Unlimited

The latest DC All Access episode has released and features Suicide Squad, Batman Unlimited and Batgirl and the Birds of Prey.  

Review: Harley Quinn and the Suicide Squad April Fools’ Special #1

Harley tries to help her fellow Super-villains with their emotional problems but can’t help herself from causing trouble in Harley Quinn and the Suicide Squad April Fools Special #1  ...

Musician Chris Daughtry to Draw Batman #50 Variant

DC Comics has hired hit recording artist Chris Daughtry — who is also a comic book artist — to draw a variant cover for the extra-sized “Batman” #50 (which is scheduled to...

DC Comics Teases “Rebirth”

  DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee both tweeted a mysterious teaser image that suggests the company’s comic book lineup could be experiencing another big relaunch this year....

New TBU Advance Collected Edition Solicitations

DC Comics has released some advanced solicitations for Batman-related graphic novels and trade releases that will be available throughout the months of March, April and May 2016.  Several of these...