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Review: Titans #17

Overview:  Since their reformation, the Titans have been fighting battles on multiple fronts, and with this current story arc, “The World Stops,” a few of those plot lines are starting to tie...

Review: Justice League #30

Overview: Mera, Curry and Serenity join the others in their fight with the darkness as Wonder Woman tries to hold it back. The identity of the Sovereign is revealed to be Queen Hippolyta of the...

Review: Batman and Robin #32

Alright guys, I'm gonna beef up my coverage on a lot of these Bat books, so I hope you aren't sick of me yet.   With this comic, I think it may have been more appropriate to put v....

Review: Batman and Robin #18

After a night of venting his frustration on the criminals in Gotham City, Bruce returns to the cave to find a letter that Damian wrote, declaring his intention to help Batman fight against Leviathan...

Review: Batman and Robin #16

Still held captive by The Joker, Robin is forced to fight a Joker toxin controlled Batman throughout Gotham Zoo.  Refusing to kill his father under any circumstances Robin tries to fight simply...

Review: Batman and Robin #4

Batman and Robin #4 continues with the creative team of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, joined by Mick Gray on inks.   Picking up with the events of the last issue, Batman and Robin are...

Review: Batman and Robin #7

Batman and Robin #7 was written by Peter Tomasi, illustrated by Patrick Gleason, and inked by Mick Gray.   In the stunning conclusion to this story-arc, Batman has been rushing to try to rescue...

The Iconic Batman from the Art of the New 52 #5

  In this the fifth installment of my ongoing series taking a look at the iconic Batman we get a full page spread penciled by Patrick Gleason with inks by Mick Fray and colors by John...

The Iconic Batman from the Art of the New 52 #3

    In this, the third installment of our ongoing series, we are going to take a look at the art of Patrick Gleason.  The above image was taken from Batman and Robin #3 which was...

Review: Batman and Robin #20

This month finds Peter Tomasi, not quite fresh off his Brightest Day run, taking over Batman and Robin, along with Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray on art duty.   The story opens with the family,...