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Review: Justice League of America #53

Before we begin this review of JLA #53 which concludes the “Omega” storyline let’s take a quick look at how JLA #52 ended.   With Batman on his knees.   You read that...

Review: Superman/Batman #79

Just in time for the 25th anniversary of “Back to the Future” its Superman/Batman #79 featuring Superman and Batman from DC One Million! (Just an aside here, have the efforts of...

Bat-Bulletin

Batman Odyssey The Tooth and Nothing but the Tooth!     Batman Odyssey by Neal Adams just reached its penultimate issue recently and what strikes me most about this series? No, it’s...

Review: Superman/Batman #78

Editor's Note: Dark Knight Dave gives us a bonus review inside this one with not only a review of Superman/Batman #78, but also the recent Brightest Day #15. Enjoy!   Batman Dead! (Again?)...

Review: First Wave #5

This is the penultimate issue of Brian Azzarello’s First Wave series featuring Batman, The Spirit and Doc Savage. I suppose if this was a TV episode we could expect this to be the strongest of...

DCUO Screen of the Day

This screenshot shows Bat-fan Michele's character in the Justice League of America's headquarters with Huntress.     Posted by Dustin

Review: Teen Titans #88

Editor's Note: We put out the call for a reviewer for Teen Titans and Xavi answered the call. If you are interested in reviewing any comic related to Batman email us at tbu@thebatmanuniverse.net....

Review: Justice League of America #50

The issue starts with Supergirl and Jesse Quick racing around the Monitor, doing chores and talking about losing loved ones and fate, when they are visited by a woman claiming to be the Green Lantern...

Review: Justice League of America #49

This is pretty much a filler, come down issue, which is good considering how intense the ride was in the last few months for the JLA.   Dick appears only in wrap around scenes at the start and...

Review: JSA #42/JLA #48

It's time for another 2-in-1 showcase spectacular as we wrap up "The Dark Things" crossover that ties in with Brightest Day.   We begin with JSA #42, with Kyle Rayner joining the...

Review: JLA #47/JSA #41

Two comic books for the price of one review this month as we continue the JLA/JSA The Dark Things crossover Brightest Day tie-in event.   We start in JSA #41 where we see that a Starheart...

Review: Justice League of America #46

Dick Grayson, leader of The Justice League of America’s adventures continue with issue # 46 and part 2 of the epic summer crossover with the JSA Brightest Day banner event. Well, not much to...

Review: Justice League of America #45

In the 1960s, writer Bob Haney got the idea to take all the younger characters in the DC Universe and mash them together as a team. Not unlike the very successful Justice League Of America. And so in...

The Year of the Batmen: Part 4

Concept Art: Part 2   In this, the fourth entry of the Year of the Batmen, we’ll continue to examine how Batman is depicted artistically. Characterization, mood and message will be...

Creator Spotlight: Grant Morrison

Greetings everyone, and welcome back to Creator Spotlight. In this piece, I take a look at the highly successful and controversial Grant Morrison. You either love him or you hate him, I love him, but...

Episode 5

  In this episode I discuss some Batgirl collectibles that are soon to be released, what topics I want Gail Simone to tackle, and who exactly IS Barbara's arch-nemesis? I review Detective...

The Year of the Batmen: Part 2

Batman in the JLA   In this, the second entry of my “Year of the Batmen” series, I am going to discuss the Dick Grayson Batman and the dynamic of his entry into the newly...

Review: Justice League of America #41

Batman joins the newly reformed Justice League of America in issue number 41 of the JLA written by James Robinson, penciled by Mark Bagley and ably inked by Hunter, Alquiza, and Wong.   First...

A Batman Bulletin from Blackest Night #5

The fate of Batman finally revealed? Bruce Wayne rises from the dead? The latest horror from the Blackest Night is none other than our own Caped Crusader?   In a stunning development from the...

Review: Super Friends: The Lost Episodes

If you were a kid growing up in the seventies or eighties, how can you forget the Super Friends? In 1973, ABC introduced young children to a more kid-friendly version of the Justice League of...