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The Watchmen Watch: A Button and a Clock

For this final installment of our Watchmen Watch specials, we are finally analyzing The Button and its implications, namely the upcoming Doomsday Clock. In true Dr. Manhattan style, we will be doing...

Review: Convergence: Detective Comics #1

Convergence: Detective Comics tells its story in a different way than the other issues. We learn more about  both sides of this confrontation and get a good characterization of both sides as well as...

Editorial: The Future of the Bat-Franchise

  There is a great deal that could and should happen for the future. Especially in Gotham City. Many things indeed. Specifically with the film franchise, including the animated films. Yet, this...

Single Page Batman Origin Story

  I’ve been catching up on some back issues lately one of which was “Justice Society of America” #50 by Marc Guggenheim. Guggenheim has had a pretty good run with the JSA book...

Review: Batman-Streets of Gotham #20

What’s that noise? That’s my opinion of Batman: Streets of Gotham backing up. This one issue was enough for me to take a complete 180 degree turn on this book. What we have here is an...

Review: Birds of Prey #9

'The Death of Oracle' continues with the third installment of this four-part story-arc. 'The Soul and the Sacrifice' opens with something of a surprise: Dinah 'Black Canary'...

Reign of the Robins: Part 1

This winter the 70th anniversary of Captain America, Steve Rogers’ debut was celebrated. In March though, another 70th anniversary was marked, though not to the fanfare that it should have....

Review: Knight and Squire #1

Knight and Squire #1 is a comic I did not care about five weeks ago. I had read them in the Batman: The Black Glove hardcover, and didn’t care, I had read them in issues 7-9 of Batman 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 #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...