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DC Collectibles for October 2015

DC Collectibles has released their solicitations for October 2015. Items that might be of interest to TBU fans include a new Batmobile replica based on the vehicle design from Batman: The Animated...

Review: Detective Comics #40

This week is the conclusion of the Anarky story arc that up until this point was exceptional on almost every level. Unfortunately, I did not find the climax of this story to be on par with the...

New Batman Animated Series Figures Announced

Well I guess it’s time to start saving. DC Collectibles has revealed, via MTV, their upcoming set of Batman: The Animated Series action figures.     The newest set includes a two pack...

Review: Detective Comics #39

Anarky still reigns on the streets of Gotham. I absolutely love the current story arc that is taking place in the pages of Detective Comics. The most notable aspect of this book is that it is...

Review: Batman Eternal #42

This week’s issue of “Eternal” opens with the Mad Hatter standing in front of the warehouse featured in the previous issue. With him are the nano-bot infected Red Robin, Batgirl and Red Hood...

Review: Batman Eternal #41

This week’s issue of “Eternal” opens with a group of the creepy white eyed kids stopping a truck in the middle of the street. As the driver gets out, he is overcome by several long white...

LEGO Batman 3 Reveals Mad Hatter

LEGO Batman 3 has revealed another character for the upcoming game. The character is Mad Hatter.     LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham releases November 11.

Review: Batman: The TV Stories

While I consider myself a huge fan of the '66 Batman TV series, I confess I never thought there would be a resurgence in popularity with a toy line and ongoing comic book based on TV...

Review: Nightwing #27

This month’s Nightwing feels a lot like a film, and in that sense will probably function as a coping mechanism for the fans that are determined that Nightwing will appear in Man of Steel 2, the...

Review: Forever Evil: Arkham War #4

Here we have William Cobb, a Talon, sleeping in his chamber, peacefully, while Bane is talking to him. Trying to coax him into waking up. Bane quickly gives up, pulls Cobb out of the chamber, and...

Review: Forever Evil: Arkham War #3

Mr. Freeze and Mad Hatter are retrieving the Talons from the incoming Man-Bats. Freeze notices that they are one Talon short, but they continue on anyway. We then see Croc, as he has seemingly saved...

Review: Detective Comics #574

Getting into the character of Batman must seem like a tall order these days, for one, where does one start? Do you go for the animated series or for the video games or worse yet do you even dare to...

Review: Batman ’66 Chapter #12

As an epilogue of sorts to the Mad Hatter story that concluded last week, we find ourselves still in the UK at the beginning of this week. At a celebration honoring the dynamic duo’s capture of...

Review: Batman ’66 Digital Chapter #11

The chapter opens with the dynamic duo in hot pursuit of the Mad Hatter and his henchman in flying hovercraft top hats. Taking to the air, Batman launches a batarang and latches onto the...

TBU’s Villain Wall

You probably have noticed that we kicked off a couple of new episodes of The Batman Universe Villain Wall over the last couple of months. We promised awhile back that we would show off where all of...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #16

Ethan Van Sciver teams up with Gregg Hurwitz for the next big Dark Knight arc featuring The Mad Hatter as the villain.   Too often I see people wondering ‘What is the point of this...

Hurwitz and Van Sciver Talk Mad Hatter

Batman: The Dark Knight #16 will be the start of a brand new story arc featuring the Mad Hatter by writer Gregg Hurwitz , as well the debut of artist Ethan Van Sciver on the title. Newsarama recently...

Ask DC Collectibles for October

  DC Collectibles has released a new set of questions for this month. The questions are strongly focused on the action figures that they create. Below are some of the questions relating to The...

Van Sciver to Take on Batman: The Dark Knight

It was announced just over two months ago that David Finch would be leaving Batman: The Dark Knight for the upcoming Justice League of America series. That left the question of who would be replacing...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #8

Batman: The Dark Knight #8 switches up its creative team, this time written by Joe Harris and drawn by Ed Benes. This series, the brainchild of David Finch, credits him now for the cover only. I...

What’s Bothering TBU? #3

  Batman: Impostors is the graphic novel, written by David Hine and Scott McDaniel, that the recent game called Gotham City Impostors seems to be based off of. The game seems to be based upon...

Episode 7

  Villains: The Clock King and The Mad Hatter Judgement: Absent and B-List Lawyers: Dustin Fritschel and Jon Roke