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TBU Review Roundup 5/3

  Below you will find brief descriptions of this week’s comics along with the ratings. Below the main TBU titles will be the DC Universe specific titles that feature characters from The Batman...

TBU Review Roundup 9/14

  Below you will find brief descriptions of this week’s comics along with the ratings. Below the main TBU titles will be the DC Universe specific titles that feature characters from The Batman...

Review: DC Universe: Rebirth #1

In Brief: Wally West travels throughout the DC Universe, searching for someone who remembers him so he can deliver a dire warning.   Summary (Spoilers): Chapter 1: Lost- Wally opens the story...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #7 (Digital Chapters #19-21)

DC Comics Bombshells #7 collects the parts 19-21 of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The seventh issue begins the ‘Allies’ storyline. The...

Review: Gotham By Midnight #11

“Memories of Gotham” opens with McGrath and Duretti looking for the bodies of Drake and Corrigan. We get narration detailing the important unjust deaths in their lives. The detectives do not find...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #3 (Digital Chapters #7-9)

DC Comics Bombshells #3 collects the next three parts of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The third issue completes the ‘Enlisted’...

TBU Shipper Spotlight Retrospective: Conditional Love

The ending of Batgirl #42 and the reappearance in the pages of DC Bombshells #1 of the Kate Kane/Maggie Sawyer relationship that we enjoyed in the Batwoman title got me first thinking about what I am...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #1 (Digital Chapters #1-3)

DC Comics Bombshells #1 collects the first three parts of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The first story is entitled ‘Enlisted,’ and if...

Review: Detective Comics #42

The story is much improved over last issue. Last issue, I felt like the writers did a good job disguising a boring story with how they paced it, because once I placed everything in order of it...

Review: Detective Comics #41

Now, to start this off, I did enjoy this comic. I want to make that clear to you. But it didn’t live up to my expectations. The eight page preview had me very excited. I had the feeling it was...

Review: Batman #41

Hey guys! After six months off, I’m back doing reviews to the Batman Universe. The last year has been very difficult for me and my family, but hopefully things will settle down here…...

DC All Access: History of LGBT Characters

DC All Access has released a new video that focuses on the history of LGBT characters including some from The Batman Universe including Maggie Sawyer, Renee Montoya, Batwoman, Catman, Alysia Yeoh,...

Review: Batwoman Annual #2

Batwoman Annual #2 starts where issue #35 back in October left off with Batwoman, Ragman, Clayface and Red Alice falling back to earth encased in Clayface’s body. They land in a body of water....

Review: Batman Eternal #50

As this week’s issue opens, we see the wreckage of the crashed fighter jet that Batman was seen ramming towards Robo-Bane at the end of last issue. As Batman emerges from the rubble he hears Bane...

Review: Batman Eternal #49

This week’s “Eternal” opens with Bullock, Jason Bard and Maggie Sawyer racing in a squad car towards Blackgate Penitentiary as Bullock comments that his contacts haven’t seen or heard from...

Review: Batwoman #39

Batwoman #39 begins right where #38 left off with Kate being face to face with her sister Beth. Kate is overjoyed to see her sister and gives her a hug. Beth sees a bottle on the table and...

Review: Batwoman #36

This issue opens with a pair of teenagers spray painting on a billboard and are quickly taken down by Batwoman…these images are also interspersed with an unknown woman who is tied up and...

Review: Batwoman #33

I'll be honest, this isn't as good of an issue as the last one, but it's still pretty good. I think where it hurt this issue, is the art. For whatever reason, Jeremy Huan couldn't do...

Review: Batwoman #32

This cover… Gah! Rafael Albuquerque's art is so awesome. I LOVE white covers on comics, for some reason. Simple, elegant, scary. I wonder if the dude ever gets tired of drawing...

Review: Batwoman Volume 3: World’s Finest

Collects: Batwoman #0, 12-17 Writer: J.H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman Art: J.H. Williams III with Trevor McCarthy   Continuing the story that begin at the beginning of the New 52, this...

Review: Batwoman Volume 2: To Drown the World

Collects: Batwoman #6-11 Writer: J.H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman Art: Amy Reeder, Trevor McCarthy, Rob Hunter, Pere Perez & Richard Friend   A very interesting book, especially how...

Review: Batwoman: Volume 1-Hydrology

Collects: Batwoman #0-5 Writer: J.H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman Art: J.H. Williams III and Amy Reeder   Beginning briefly in the pre-New 52 era, this book opens with Batman assessing...

Marc Andreyko Talks Batwoman‏

Marc Andreyko, the new writer for Batwoman, talked about what he has planned for Kate in the coming future. He also talks about how he plans to integrate Batwoman into the Bat Family, how he plans to...

DC: Bat-Family Can’t Have Happy Personal Lives

Going into Saturday's Baltimore Comic-Con, one the biggest pieces of speculation surrounding DC Comics' New 52 panel was how they were going to address the recent news that J.H. Williams III...

Williams and Blackman to Leave Batwoman

J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman have announced that they will be leaving the Batwoman monthly series over editorial disputes with DC Comicswith issue 26. In a post on his blog, Williams III...

J.H. Williams III Talks Batwoman

J.H. Williams sat down with Comic Book Resources' The Bat Signal column for an interview. In the interview, Williams talks about the return of Alice, Kate and Maggie's relationship and the...

TBU Shipper Spotlight #4

Shipper Spotlight is a monthly editorial by your very own Shipper-expert, Stella.  Each month I will take a look at the developing and new relationships (romantic, familial, platonic, and...

Talking Batwoman with the Creative Team

Batwoman #6 comes out tomorrow and the issue kicks off the second story arc. As W. Haden Blackman and J.H. Williams III continue to write the series, Amy Reeder will be taking over art duties for...

TBU Shipper Spotlight #2

Shipper Spotlight is a monthly editorial by your very own Shipper-expert, Stella.  Each month I will take a look at the developing and new relationships (romantic, familial, platonic, and...

TBU Shipper Spotlight #1

    Happy Belated Thanksgiving!  Shipper Spotlight is a monthly editorial by your very own Shipper-expert, Stella.  Each month I will take a look at the developing and new...