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This 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...

This Week in the Batcave

The intruder alarm has been going crazy this week here in the Batcave. Our security has been breached by people from all over DC, people from Star City, Central City, Metropolis and even Manhattan. A...

Review: All-Star Batman #9

To catch you up: A few issues back, an ancient bacteria was released from the ice in Alaska, and has spread across the North-Western corner of North America. Everything it touches dies, but...

Episode 220

A lot has happened in the three weeks since our last episode and we are here to cover it all. We give in-depth reviews for Dark Knight III: The Master Race #8, All-Star Batman #9, Batman #19 and...

This 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...

This 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...

Jock to fill in for All-Star Batman #9

Apparently, there has been some trouble with deadlines for All-Star Batman #9. The original solicitations for this issue had Francesco Francavilla and Afua Richardson as pencilers. However, Jock, who...

Review: All-Star Batman #6

Synopsis: In Alaska, a blizzard is whiting out everything. Batman marches his way through the frozen tundra as we get a little backstory on Victor. When he was a child, he had to memorize and recite...

Review: Batman #44

Honestly, there are times when writing a review can begin to feel like a chore. For instance, you can’t just enjoy the comic, and come on here and say, “Hey everyone! Go buy this book....

Preview of Batman 75 Variant Covers

As was announced in late April, DC will be releasing "Batman 75" variant covers for twenty-one titles celebrating the landmark anniversary for the Dark Knight as part of their "Batman...

Review: Batman #16

The Penultimate issue of ‘Death of the Family’ opens with prison guards dressed as Batman and Joker dancing in Arkham cells. These are the guards with no family members for Joker to...

Tynion Talks Talon and Joker

James Tynion IV's new series Talon kicks off this Wednesday. In addition to writing Talon, he has also been writing the back-ups in Batman. Newsarama talked with Tynion about his upcoming series...

Mondo TDKR Jock Poster

Mondo has revealed that they have teamed with Jock to produce a poster for The Dark Knight Rises. The print will be available at the Mondo Comic-Con booth (#437) tomorrow.     THE DARK...

Harvey Awards Nominees Announced

  The 2012 Harvey Awards nominees have been announced and there a two creators that garnered nominations for their work within The Batman Universe.   Best Cover Artist-Mark Simpson (Jock)...

TBU After Christmas List #2

  This next batch of gifts you wished you'd asked for is concerning some of the greats when it comes to comic book, whether you're new to the medium and not sure where to start or...

Review: Detective Comics #881

Over the past 8-9 months we've come to expect a lot from Scott Snyder and Detective Comics because his run has showed us that not only does he know how to weave a good story he also knows how to...

Review: Detective Comics #880

As if things couldn’t get any worse for Jim Gordon and Dick Grayson, Scott Snyder yet again puts both of them in very sticky situations. With the Joker loose, Barbara Gordon Sr. exposed to...

Review: Detective Comics #879

The story in this issue of Detective Comics could have easily been one big cheesy cliche with all of it’s exhilarating climaxes and it’s dual story that blends into one another in almost...

Review: Detective Comics #878

No words can possibly attempt to explain what Scott Snyder has done for Detective Comics or more importantly Batman in general. He single-handedly took all of the BS that has piled up recently,...

Batman Version 2.0

  On Monday, DC announced the new titles and their creative teams for the Bat books in the post-Flashpoint Universe. This is going to be my thoughts on the characters DC has changed, the new...

Possible Covers for Batman Relaunch?

So earlier we posted up a brief article referring to an image by Greg Capullo. Greg Capullo has been rumored to be coming to DC Comics for a little over a month. Back on April 23, he was telling...

Kapow Comic Con: Day 2 Report

  So on my return to Kapow there was plenty to look forward to and I had plenty to get done. Very little Batman at all I'm afraid but still plenty happening. The day started off with the...

Review: Detective Comics #872

It’s hard to not oversell the latest issue of Detective Comics, because it is honestly one of the best series I’m reading right now. With every issue Scott Snyder escalates the sense of...

Review: Detective Comics Annual #12

I don't know what's wrong but it seems like I can't escape the works of David Hine or Scott McDaniel. McDaniel was on Batman and Robin which wasn't exactly the greatest thing around...

Review: Detective Comics #871

It’s hard for me to read a comic illustrated by Jock without getting a bitter taste in the back of my mouth. I know I can’t blame him for how things worked out between Greg Rucka and DC...

Review: Batman Confidential #33

When we last left the Caped Crusader he was trapped in front of an army of fake looking Russian soldiers in the sewers of Russia.   Many people were guessing that these soldiers were holograms....