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Batman has over seventy years of history and fans who have followed his career, and that's what The Batman Universe is all about.
POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON April 30, 2011 Add Comments
Digital Copies released April 20:
Batman and Robin #10 ($1.99)
Dick Grayson starts seeing clues as to what is happening with Bruce Wayne in Wayne Manor, and Talia al Ghul wants to turn Damian against Dick.
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #115 ($1.99)
Black Alice joins the Birds and Misfit is none too happy about this.
Brightest Day #15 ($1.99)
Batman appears in this issue that deals with Martian Manhunter’s arc in the Brightest Day story.
Countdown to Infinite Crisis (Free)
It is what the title says! Blue Beetle (Ted…
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POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON April 27, 2011 Add Comments
I know that this is 'The Batman Universe' but with the new 'DCU Spotlight' feature now running on the website, I thought I'd take the opportunity to promote this brilliant comic. I'll only be reviewing issue one, but issue two comes out this week so you can always check it out yourself, and believe me, you'll want to! But before I dive into the review, a small history lesson is in order: Xombi first appeared in 'Xombi' #0 in January, 1994- the series was born from the…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 26, 2011 Add Comments
Batman Beyond Volume 2 #16-17 ($1.99 each)
The tie-in continues with Terry in a battle with Kobra in # 16 and fending off a jealous ex-boyfriend of Dana in #17
Batman: Streets of Gotham #11 ($1.99)
More battles between Dick & Damian against Zsasz’ army
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #104-107 ($1.99 each)
The entire summer of 2007 story arc with The Secret Six, whom were brought back, by Simone, in a 6 issue mini-series the previous year.
Justice #7 ($2.99)
Brainiac continues his plan as the…
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