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Review: Batman Beyond #8

(Spoilers ahead) Decades from now in the Batcave, Bruce Wayne, Max, and Matt McGinnis plead with Terry to return with the experimental suit he is wearing. Terry on the roof of Gotham Police...

Review: Batman Beyond #7

(Spoilers ahead) The story begins decades from now. An aged Bruce Wayne is in his study staring at the painting of Thomas and Martha Wayne. Wayne is examining his life since he realizes that his...

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...

Review: Batman Beyond #6

It’s good to know that in the future there are some things you can always count on.  First came the Batman and the Jokers, now the League of Assassins is making its debut in the pages of the...

Review: Teen Titans #5

As the first story arc draws to a close, we return to find Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Kid Flash standing over Robin. As Starfire releases him from his chains, Raven helps to heal the Boy Wonder...

DC Comics TBU Solicitations Breakdown for May 2017

  Here at TBU, we have neglected the solicitations for awhile due to a number of unforeseen issues with covering the news. Sure, we briefly talk about the on the Comic Cast, but to really...

Review: Teen Titans #3

As the third issue opens in the past, Damian can be seen sword fighting against cousin Mara. Training under the tutelage of Ra’s Al Ghul in the Black Citadel on Infinity Island, the two young Al...

Review: Teen Titans #2

As this month’s issue opens, we see Robin dropping down onto a Gotham rooftop as his monologue talks about the evolution of the bat. The only mammal to attain flight, Damian notes that sometime in...

Review: Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #5

The issue opens atop Gotham City Police headquarters where the bat-signal shines into the sky and Commissioner James Gordon stands waiting for the Dark Knight detective. Appearing before Gordon,...

Review: Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #3

At the Iceberg Lounge, Shredder and Penguin are busy discussing their plans to return the former to his dimension. However, Shredder drops the news that he plans on ruling Gotham City and New York...

Review: New Suicide Squad #9

Monsters open with Deadshot talking with a boy. It is night and their location is not known, the boy offers Floyd a light.   We shift to four weeks earlier at Floyd Lawton’s cell at Belle...

DC TV Update: TBU Links # 6

  Hey there, hi there, ho there Bat-wranglers. Because of the hiatuses for all the shows, we are a little late this week with covering last night’s Constantine. Once again, we had a big...

Review: Beware the Batman: Reckoning

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth episode of Beware the Batman that was not previously aired during it’s original run on Cartoon Network late last year. No official screens or videos have been...

Review: Beware the Batman: Darkness

Editor’s Note: This is the third episode of Beware the Batman that was not previously aired during it’s original run on Cartoon Network late last year. No official screens or videos have been...

Review: Beware the Batman: Fall

Editor’s Note: This is the second episode of Beware the Batman that was not previously aired during it’s original run on Cartoon Network late last year. No official screens or videos have...

Review: Beware the Batman: Sacrifice

“Sacrifice” begins on the docks of Gotham. The League of Assassins are receiving a shipment. Anarky interrupts the transaction and takes out all of the assassins. With their...

Review: Beware the Batman: Family

“Family” begins with Batman and Katana facing off with Silver Monkey and ninjas from the League of Assassins. A smoke bomb is thrown and we jump back to “Six hours earlier.”...

Review: Beware the Batman: Broken

Our fifth adventure with Beware the Batman opens with the discovery of a large toy soldier in Gotham. It is reveled shortly thereafter that the toy soldier’s gun works and will fire at people...

Review: Beware the Batman: Safe

Episode four begins with an introduction of two important elements of the show. The ion cortex and its creator Dr. Burr. The ion cortex is a new energy source that could provide the entire world with...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #26

Jason and the Outlaws have been captured by Ra's Al Ghul and the League of Assassins (which includes Jason's former friend Benjamin a full on Tiger person ala Thundercats). Jason forces...

Beware the Batman Safe Episode Details

  Warner Bros. has sent over episode details for the next episode of Beware the Batman which will air this Saturday, August 3 at 10AM ET/PT on Cartoon Network during the DC Nation block.  ...

Review: Batman: Orphans #1

Ah, December. Normally a month flooded with trades and one-shots and minis and… Wait, that sounds exactly like this month. Coming fresh off the heels of a November jammed with papers, December...

Review: Red Robin #11

Red Robin #11 is the third part of the collision storyline, and also the 11th part of Chris Yost’s run on the character, that will culminate with issue 12 and end his tenure on the comic. The...

Review: Batgirl #8

A new story-arc – 'Robins are Red …'; a new cover artist – Stanley 'Artgerm' Lau; a new interior artwork team – Talent Caldwell with Yvel Guichet and John...

Fabian Coming Back to Robin (Sort of…)

Editor's Note: Here is the final part of Suavestar's entry. Be sure to read the first two if you haven't already. And be sure to leave comments below on your thoughts of Fabian coming...

Review: Red Robin #8

Red Robin #8 is the end to the arc known as the council of spiders, and really is the finale to everything that Chris Yost has been setting up since issue #1. That being said, this issue is not...

Review: Red Robin #7

Red Robin #7 written by Chris Yost and with art by Marcus To and Dexter Vines is part three of a four part arc called “Council of Spiders.”   Yost who through the past six issues has...

Review: Red Robin #6

Red Robin #6 marks the debut on the series of artist Marcus To and inker Ray McCarthy on both the cover and interior of the book replacing Francis Manapaul, who handled the covers, and Ramon Bachs,...

Review: Red Robin #5

Red Robin #5 is the start of a new story arc in the series. Now that Tim knows Bruce is alive somewhere in the world, everything is going to be alright, and maybe we will get stability to the series....

Review: Red Robin #3

The issue opens with Tim as Red Robin going through a museum in Berlin with Red Robin looking for some artifact while having a chat with Ra’s al Ghul, who Tim is now in an unlikely partnership...