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Review: All-Star Batman #8

… To catch you up… Some time ago, Batman stopped a bacteria that threatens the life of every breathing thing from being released. However, that bacteria was released anyway. Batman has...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #9

As the issue opens, Robin is watching several kids playing on the former giant penny and T-Rex outside the Lucius Fox Center for Gotham Youth…one child ends up falling, but is caught by none...

Review: Batman #49

Breakdown: Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV work together this issue to deliver a complex story that works as a one-shot, honors what Snyder has built, and launches Superheavy into act three all at...

Review: Batman #46

This issue feels like it more happened in it than usual… Maybe I’m imagining that, but that’s how it felt. Bruce takes a huge step in his life, Gordon takes a stand for himself and...

Review: Batman #45

If you ask me, this issue of Superheavy was super-awesome. I know we are kinda in the middle of the story arc, but everything just seemed to come together in a beautiful way. Snyder really shows us...

Review: Batman Annual #4

So often, it seems as though DC through a Snyder’s name on these annuals so that they sell more. I guess they forget that it’s a Batman book, and it’s going to sell anyway. So, you...

Review: Batman #43

I’m not sure if you read my review for Detective Comics last week, but I talked a bit about what separates the good comic runs to the great ones. The good comics are something you are enjoying...

Review: Batman #33

I’m about to get real here, so brace yourself. So last night, I read Batman #33. The final issue of Zero Year. There was so much to ponder, that I had to sleep on it. And after thinking about...

Batman by Year #1: 1939

Introducing: Batman (Detective Comics #27), Commissioner Gordon (Detective Comics #27), Doctor Death (Detective Comics #29)   Important Events: Batman’s Origin (Detective Comics #33)...

TDKR: Rumor Mill

So the new word on the street is that there are two females that are currently looking to be cast for Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. Sarah Essen and Julie Madison are both characters that are...