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Episode 79

In this episode, Dane and Tim give their reaction the newly revealed Batman by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, discuss the new status quo of the Bat-books beginning in June, Year Two of Batman...

Review: Harley Quinn Invades Comic-Con International: San Diego #1

When reviewing a comic, you have to first figure out what the book is trying to accomplish. You can't stick to all the same rules, because really not all books follow them. So when I read Harley...

BTAS James Gordon’s Voice Actor-Bob Hastings Dies at 89

  The voice behind James Gordon in Batman: The Animated Series, Bob Hastings has passed away. Hastings voiced Jim Gordon during the entire run of Batman: The Animated Series as well as the...

BTAS James Gordon's Voice Actor-Bob Hastings Dies at 89

  The voice behind James Gordon in Batman: The Animated Series, Bob Hastings has passed away. Hastings voiced Jim Gordon during the entire run of Batman: The Animated Series as well as the...

Review: Harley Quinn #3

Ever seen a cartoon or old TV show where there’s a love potion (either consumed or airborne), and zaniness happens when unintended civilians become entranced with our protagonist? That’s...

BTAS Review: Heart Of Ice

  Episode 14: Heart Of Ice Written By: Paul Dini Directed By: Bruce W. Timm Original Air Date: 09/07/92   “Batman: The Animated Series” is remembered for doing a lot of great...

Review: Harley Quinn #0

Harley Quinn is back! After a very disconcerting one-off during Villains Month transformed Harley from demented little scamp into a dissociative mass-child killer, the past few months have been full...

Paul Dini to Use Batman Character in Vertigo Series?

Bleeding Cool reported a small interview from Terra Zero with Eduardo Risso (artist of 100 Bullets) about Paul Dini's new Vertigo series to star a character from the Batman...

Meltzer Talks Detective Comics #27‏

  Brad Meltzer, while promoting his new book on conspiracy theories, recently shared his thoughts about how excited he is to be one of the writers on Detective Comics #27 with Newsarama.  ...

Review: Batman Li’l Gotham Chapter #18

Carpenter tries to find time on her day off to work on a personal project. But thanks to Batman all the villains of the city keep clamoring for her services. Hijinks ensue, as is often the case with...

Review: Batman Black and White #1

Batman Black and White is one of the best concepts to ever come from the 2000's era of DC Comics. It’s an anthology series derived from works of various creators, some who are familiar with...

What’s Bothering TBU #6-Where Does Joker Go From Here?

  So the Joker has this massive story line where he personally goes after Batman and his allies because somehow he has gained intimate knowledge about whom each of them are.   Okay, so this...

Episode 10

  In this episode, Tim and PJ give their thoughts on where they want the Batman film franchise to go, the new creative team for Nightwing, The Dark Knight Rises deleted scene for Bane's...

Paul Dini Will Not Return for Third Arkham Game

  Paul Dini is a name that is synonymous with Batman from his work on Batman: The Animated Series to the comics and most recently the first two Batman: Arkham games. Recently, Dini stated on his...

Dini to Return to Batman Universe

Paul Dini is a name synonymous with The Batman Universe. Not only was he involved in the creation of Batman: The Animated Series and wrote the stories for the Arkham video games, but he also has...

Review: Batman: Year One

“From here, you can’t see the enemy.” This is what Bruce Wayne thinks to himself as he flies into Gotham City, upon his return after years abroad. And yet, this story is not alone...

Catwoman Animated Short to Premiere Tomorrow

From Warner Bros.   Catwoman animated short premiere is centerpiece of DC Universe Animated Panel at New York Comic Con   Eliza Dushku reprises Batman: Year One role as Selina Kyle/Catwoman...

Who Knows More?

IGN conducted a contest of sorts between Rocksteady marketing manager, Dax Ginn and Batman comic writer, Paul Dini. A number of questions were asked of Batman's history. So who knew more? And do...

Paul Dini and Kevin Conroy on Batman: Arkham City

Comic Book Resources has posted an interview that took place at Comic Con International last month featuring the writer of Batman: Arkham City, Paul Dini, and Batman himself, Kevin Conroy.  ...

Catwoman Short to Accompany B:YO

TV Guide revealed today that there will be short film released on the Batman: Year One DVD and Blu-ray this fall. It will feature Catwoman as voiced by Eliza Dushku, who also voices the character in...

Bat-Book Delays

  Bat-Book Delays is back! And with the usual culprits. Most important would be the delays to 'Batman: Arkham City' so I'll cover those first.   As most of you will know,...

Carlos D'Anda Talks BAC Comic

Newsarama has posted an interview with Carlos D'Anda. D'Anda is the artist on the series Batman: Arkham City and has also contributed ideas to the game itself. Here are the highlights from...

Bat-Book Delays

  Well it seems Paul Dini is back to his usual self this week as 'Batman: Arkham City' #2 is delayed from the 25th of May to the 8th of June, but still, at least it's still going to...

A Look Back…Batman: The Animated Series

  I must have been six years old when Batman: The Animated Series first aired. It immediately had my attention. I’d already seen Tim Burton’s Batman and was eager for more....

Bat-Bulletin: Trimming the Batman Line

One problem we at "The Batman Universe Comic Podcast" have is covering the many books DC puts out. It seems like the Batman line has more books than it really needs. Some are good, some are...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #21

This month, Batman: Streets of Gotham and its storyline “House of Hush” reach their conclusions, and if I had to choose any issue to leave on it would be this. The action is visceral, the...

Review: Batman-Streets of Gotham #20

What’s that noise? That’s my opinion of Batman: Streets of Gotham backing up. This one issue was enough for me to take a complete 180 degree turn on this book. What we have here is an...

Bat-Book Delays

  What with the recent cancellation of 'Batman: Europa' (again) and the delayed issues of 'Batman Incorporated' #3, 'Batman: The Dark Knight' #2 and 'Batwoman' #1...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #19

This month’s issue of Batman: Streets of Gotham jumps straight into the action, and so shall we. Hush’s recently acquired mob squad has led him to the lair of Dr. Death, whose efforts to...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #19

My immediate thoughts after seeing the cover to this month’s Batman: Streets of Gotham were, “What the heck is the Joker doing there?” Now of course that’s not a bad thing by...