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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 18, 2012 Add Comments
Batman: Arkham Unhinged #18 ($0.99)
Back in the present, strife between the Gotham City Sirens is featured.
Batman (2011-) #6 ($2.99)
Trapped beneath the city, Batman is hunted by the Court of Owl’s assassin, Talon.
Batman Plus Arsenal #1 ($1.99)
An oversized one-shot from 1996 featuring Arsenal, Roy “Speedy” Harper, teaming up with Batman to take down the KGBeast.
Batman Beyond (2012-) #1 ($0.99)
Norm Breyfogle joins the art team as the Adam Beechen title makes it return.
Batman: Battle For The Cowl #1-3 ($1.99 each)
In the wake of the apparent death…
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POSTED BY Jeffrey Brown ON August 8, 2009 Add Comments
This week is kind of a breather for Bat-Fans. As Dustin let us know in his new weekly previews http://thebatmanuniverse.net/editorials/2009/08/05/new-comics-out-today/, the continuity titles are on hiatus until next Wednesday. I figured this would be a good time to spend my comic dollars on the Bruce Wayne stories still being published and maybe even God forbid buy a book from the “other” company for a change. Perhaps I am too wrapped up in the Batman Reborn arc though, because except for Wednesday Comics I was sadly left unmoved by…
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