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Review: Detective Comics #956

In Brief: Cassandra Cain and Lady Shiva duel, as the the titanic forces around Gotham rage around them.   Summary (Spoilers): Beneath Gotham, Cassandra faces her mother, Lady Shiva, with her...

Review: Detective Comics #955

In Brief: All hope seems lost – except for one girl who can beat every ninja ever: Cassandra Cain!   Summary (Spoilers): “Then”: a girl reads, “Once upon a time…”  ...

Review: Detective Comics #952

In Brief: Shiva walks into Gotham and brutally takes down the team before revealing the devastating truth of her connection to Orphan.   Summary (Spoilers): Many months ago, in Paris, Ra’s Al...

Review: Detective Comics #951

In Brief: Lady Shiva launches her campaign against Gotham and an unsuspecting Batman, Batwoman, and their team.   Summary (Spoilers): Three months ago, Lady Shiva captured and skewered a Colony...

Review: Detective Comics #950

In Brief: As Batman’s team trains and prepares, Cassandra Cain (Orphan), Jean Paul Valley (Azrael), and Luke Fox (Batwing) face their pasts and futures head on.   Summary (Spoilers):  ...

Review: Detective Comics #947

In Brief: Stephanie Brown, the Spoiler, sets herself against Batman and the team to try to create a better world.   Summary (Spoilers): Batman and Batwoman’s team faces Spoiler after their...

Review: Detective Comics #946

In Brief: As the Victim Syndicate attacks, Batman and Spoiler face their own demons.   Summary (Spoilers): Three months ago (according to the datestamps from the first issue of this arc, that...

Review: Detective Comics #945

In Brief: Batman and Batwoman’s team desperately attempts to regroup between the Syndicate’s attacks, and Spoiler (Stephanie Brown) feels the stress of the mission.   Summary (Spoilers):...

Review: Detective Comics #944

In Brief: The attack of the Victim Syndicate propels Batman and Batwoman into action, with Batwing coming along for the ride.   Summary (Spoilers): Harper, Stephanie (Spoiler), Cassandra...

Review: Detective Comics #943

In Brief: In the aftermath of the Colony and the Monster Men, the Bat-Family Bootcamp attempts to recover, just as the Victim Syndicate strikes!   Summary (Spoilers): Batwoman (Kate Kane) and...

Review: Batgirl #51

THE PLOT: Run down between her new Gordon Clean Energy business and her time as Batgirl, Barbara is coming close to deciding on the next big step in her life – one that may not include Burnside....

Review: Batman Beyond #10

“City of Yesterday Part Three” continues the fight between Batman and the walking animals of Dr. Cuvier. While this fight is going on, Cuvier and other animals watch and comment on the fight. The...

Review: Batman Beyond #9

“City of Yesterday” opens with Batman heading to Metropolis to search for Matt McGinnis. He is in communication with Barbara in the cave. We get a recap from the conversation at the wall in the...

Review: Batman: Bad Blood

Editor’s Note: Batman: Bad Blood released digitally two weeks ago and is now available at all fine retailers including Amazon.   During a fight against the mysterious Heretic, where Batman...

Review: Batgirl #47

THE PLOT: Batgirl, the Spoiler and Bluebird go incognito at GCPD to learn who’s been wiretapping and info-hacking Barbara’s research!   MY THOUGHTS: This is one of those comics where if the...

Review: Batman Beyond #8

“City of Yesterday Part 1” opens with Batman in the skies of Gotham looking for Matt. Barbara is in the cave giving Tim information from a security drone that took a picture of Matt at a...

Review: Batgirl #45

THE PLOT: On the day of Alysia and Jo’s wedding, Maid-of-Honor Babs gets a visit from an old flame in the form of Dick Grayson!   MY THOUGHTS: Right away I’ll say that this is a much better...

Review: Batgirl #44

THE PLOT: Batgirl takes on the new Velvet Tiger in a battle for Jo’s life!   MY THOUGHTS: I really did not care for this issue.   It’s not exactly bad, but everything felt rushed and...

Review: Batgirl #43

THE PLOT: Batgirl investigates a series of vicious tiger attacks that have been plaguing Burnside, all while trying to organize her ex-roommate’s wedding!   MY THOUGHTS: This issue is why...

CCI 2015 Exclusive: Batgirl Creative Team Hint at What’s to Come

In our next interview from Comic Con International, we spoke with the creative team behind Batgirl with writers Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher and artist Babs Tarr. A lot has been happening in...

TBU Solicitations for September 2015

DC Comics has released their solicitations for the month of September 2015. These solicitations include all ongoing titles as well as the various miniseries that tie into Batman family characters....

Review: Batman Eternal #45

As the ghostly spectres of his parents reach towards him, this week’s issue of “Batman Eternal” takes a more ghoulish path. A haunting figure that identifies himself as Martin Ware seems to be...

Review: Batman Eternal #44

Our issue this week opens at Gotham Central Precinct where we can see several police detectives interviewing a few of the Arkham inmates including the Ten Eyed Man, Maxie Zeus and Magpie. The...

Review: Batman Eternal #32

Well, if you ask me this issue is a major improvement over what we have been getting recently. Kyle Higgins is on script duties this week, and Jason Fabok is on art. Higgins delivers one of the most...

Review: Batwing #34

Here it is. The last issue of Batwing… Except for the Futures End issue next month… This issue kinda frustrated me. And not because it was bad, because it wasn’t. It was alright. I...

Review: Batman Eternal #17

Lesson #1: Be careful who you choose to follow in your worship. They might be some crazy, evil person trying to kill you.   Lesson #2: Don’t do drugs.   Lesson #3: Never trust a...

Review: Batwing #33

This is my first time ever reading a Batwing book, and I have to say, if I read an issue sooner, I would actually be upset that this was ending. It's a pretty good book. It blew away my...

Review: Batwing #30

So, I guess this Underground civilization lurking in the sewers of Gotham (which seems to have started with Anne Nocenti’s Joker’s Daughter story) just won’t go away…...

Review: Batwing #29

Tam Fox is missing, and Batwing is on the verge of going outright Damian on anyone and everyone who may hold the key to getting her back. Will he be too late, go too far or save the day? Lets...

Review: Batwing #26

If you’re going to write a comic book story where the major villain is someone named Caligula, you could certainly find less fitting ways to open it than an MMA fight.   This month begins...