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This Week in the Batcave

This week we have a lot of introductions to make, as a ton of announcements has fallen on our heads. Between the seven one-shots spinning out of Metal, all of them evil versions of Batman, and the...

This Week in the Batcave

Batman is gone, long live the Batman. It is time to say farewell to Mr. Adam West, the Batman from the ’66 television series, who left the land of the living this weekend making all of the...

This Week in the Batcave

For us Bat-Fans, yesterday was a very significant day. It was the day of Mary, the woman who called her son “little Robin” thus effectively giving birth not only to Dick Grayson, but to the Robin...

This Week in the Batcave

  A fictional place where our heroes gather to defend Gotham, the Batcave would never have come into existence were it not for great comic writers and artists through the ages. The image of all...

DC All Access: Mr. Oz’s Secret Plan

DC All Access has released a new video featuring Patrick Gleason talking about Superman, but specifically Mr. Oz and the characters he has imprisoned. Superman #18 is available today. Check out why...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #9

As the issue opens, Robin is watching several kids playing on the former giant penny and T-Rex outside the Lucius Fox Center for Gotham Youth…one child ends up falling, but is caught by none...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #6

Our issue opens once again within a flashback during the Year of Blood. In Bialya, Damian is shown battling and killing several gigantic monster were-bats who are protecting a glowing green scepter....

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #5

This month’s issue opens on Day 142 of the Year of Blood and we see a young Damian riding full tilt away from a burning temple in North Asia…carrying a green skull-like helmet of some kind....

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #3

As this month’s issue begins, Damian is hard at work tinkering with the whistle that will eventually be used to control Goliath (this is a flashback you see). As Damian activates the whistle, the...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #2

Opening up in flashback, we see Damian and his mother Talia sparring with kendo sticks. As Damian seemingly beats Talia and gloats, she quickly gains the upper hand and reprimands him for not...

CCI 2015: DC Announces Next “Batman Eternal” Plus “Robin War”

  In a press event at San Diego Comic Con this morning, head Batman group editor, Mark Doyle, officially announced the sequel to the year-long weekly series Batman Eternal as DC will begin...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #1

Editor’s Note: Please note that in addition to Issue #1 this reviewer also talks about the 8-Page Preview of “Bat-Mite” seen in the “Convergence” titles during the month of May   The...

Gleason Talks “Robin: Son of Batman”

Warning:  This article and interview contain spoilers for Batman #40     The release of the new title Robin: Son of Batman in June will be a new adventure for both Damian Wayne in his...

DC All Access: Patrick Gleason on Robin

In the latest episode of DC All Access, artist for Batman & Robin and writer/artist for the upcoming title Robin: Son of Batman, Patrick Gleason, discusses the final issue of Batman & Robin,...

Review: Batman and Robin #40

As the final issue of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason’s run on “Batman & Robin” opens, we see the Justice League hurtling through the air towards an island near Japan. As Wonder Woman...

Review: Batman and Robin #35

This book looks freaking GORGEOUS! I think Gleason is getting better and better. I don’t know how, but he is. But I also think the darker shades of John Kalisz’s coloring make it look...

Review: Batman and Robin #34

Basically, this is the make-up issue for the Bat-family. They are finally at peace after the results of Death of the Family. And it was a good sign of things to come. I enjoyed their interactions...

Review: Batman and Robin #33

Tomasi is getting his groove back! His storytelling technique from the perspective of a father is perfect for what’s going on in Bruce’s life right now. A year ago, he lost his son. Still...

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 #30

The main thing that stood out to me this issue is how fitting Patrick Gleason's art is for the Amazons. Wonder Woman and her sisters have been drawn with varying levels of musculature, but the...

Review: Batman and Robin #28

I've been on the fence regarding this story from time to time. I enjoy what's being done with Two-Face, but the introduction of a brand new character to make the story work rubs me wrong. In...

Review: Batman and Robin #27

With Batman incapacitated, Two-Face tries to burn Erin's face off with the same acid that she used on him. Before he is able to an ambush by the other crime families catch our three characters...

Review: The Joker: Death of the Family

Collects: Batman #13-14, #17; Detective Comics #15-17; Catwoman #13-14; Suicide Squad #14-15; Batgirl #13-16; Red Hood and the Outlaws #13-16; Teen Titans #14-16; Nightwing #14-16; Batman and Robin...

Snyder Talks More Zero Year

Scott Snyder recently sat down with Comics Alliance to talk about his upcoming Zero Year story, why he's doing it, and his love for Year One. He also talks about how he pitched it to the DC...

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...

DC Reveals New Batman And… Lineup

  Comic Book Resources has reported that DC has revealed the new team ups for Batman and Robin now that there is no Robin. Writer Peter Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason will be bringing in a...

SPOILER: Tomasi Talks About the Future of Batman and Robin

EDITOR'S NOTE: This post contains MAJOR SPOILERS for Batman Incorporated #8 which is due to hit shelves on February 26th 2013, if you DON'T want to be spoiled, DO NOT read this post!  ...

Review: Batman and Robin Annual #1

Batman and Robin Annual #1 was written by Peter Tomasi and illustrated by Ardian Syaf.   After the Death of the Family story, this annual was perfectly timed as a palette cleanser before diving...

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 #6

Batman and Robin #6 continues with Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason doing their best to make me hate them and then love them again in one issue. I've complained from the start about Bruce and...