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Review: Harley Quinn #24

(Spoilers ahead) Harley Quinn #24 continues and concludes the Family Circles arc which has featured Harley’s parents coming to town. Last issue Sportsmaster and Clock King made a bad decision in...

Harley and Ivy Take a Road Trip to Riverdale

What is it about Betty and Veronica that can cause redheads to cross entire comic book publishers to give them attention? Riverdale’s best frenemies become the target of fiery-locked eco-terrorist...

Review: Harley Quinn #23

(Spoilers ahead) Picking up from the events of last issue, Harley has a lot on her plate! Harley Sinn, sprung from Arkham, has captured Madam Macabre and Harley’s sometime boyfriend and chained...

Review: Harley Quinn #22

(Spoilers ahead) The fab new issue of Harley Quinn opens to Harley being embarrassed by all her friends as her parents enter her apartment, only to then wake and discover, she’s dreaming, in the...

This Week in the Batcave

Sorry for the mess down here, friends, but yesterday was Alfred’s day off and things got a bit out of hand. It was Father’s Day after all, and the old man deserves a little rest. What...

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...

Review: Harley Quinn #21

(Spoilers ahead) Harley Quinn #21 opens with Harley Sinn depositing her captives, Madam Macabre and her son, in a rustic motel cabin, are upon covering with her prisoners, she learns the Mayor set...

Review: Harley Quinn #20

(Spoilers ahead) “Rulers are for suckers…and the people that need ‘em.” Harley Quinn #20 opens with an emotional Harley at the cemetery, at the mass grave for all the homeless people killed...

Review: Harley Quinn #19

(Spoilers ahead) Harley Quinn #19 kicks off with Harley caught and imprisoned by the cannibals who have been merrily eating their way through New York’s homeless population. In a nice touch, in...

Eisner Awards Nominees Announced Including 3 TBU Titles

  The nominees for the 2017 Eisner Awards, the biggest award in the comic book industry, has come out this week. Among the nominations, there are four nominations related to The Batman Universe...

This Week in the Batcave

Five years ago, our cave was invaded by Owls as the first arc of the New 52 hit shelves. And now, it is being invaded by teenagers, as the third season of Young Justice and a live-action series of...

Review: Harley Quinn #18

(Spoilers ahead) Harley Quinn #18 continues on the strong arc that has been going through the Harley title under Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s stewardship and as far as I am concerned, this...

Review: Harley Quinn #17

Harley Quinn #17 is a delightful issue that catches two different depictions of Harley, at opposite ends of her career! The issue kicks off with the mysterious organization kidnapping the homeless...

DC All Access: Harley Quinn

The latest video from DC All Access features an interview with writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti as they discuss what is going on in the pages of Harley Quinn.  

Editorial: The Infrequent Queerness of Harley and Ivy

Queer representation is hugely important. Not in a “Sure, everybody is equal” type of platitude way where people shrug, grin and agree until it affects characters they care about. No, queer...

The Essential Guide to The New Batman Adventures

  While the original Batman: The Animated Series is celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year, its successor The New Batman Adventures is marking its 20th anniversary. Airing two years after...

The Essential Guide to Batman: the Animated Series

  This year Batman: the Animated Series (or BTAS) celebrates its 25th anniversary. A highly iconic and impactful series – probably THE most iconic and impactful series featuring the Caped...

Review: Batman Annual #1

The annual has been a time honored tradition throughout the years.  It’s a versatile issue that can be used in a number of different manners.  Batman Annual #1, for example, provides a number of...

Episode 113

Dane and Tim are back with a new episode, as they give a review of Paul Dini’s new Batman graphic novel, “Dark Night: A True Batman Story.” They also discuss Warner Bros. movie...

Review: Dark Night: A True Batman Story #1

THE PLOT: Paul Dini, writer for Batman: the Animated Series, recounts a night in 1993 when he was viciously beaten and required facial surgery. Throughout the account visions of Batman and his world...

DC All Access: Injustice 2 and E3

DC All Access has released the latest episode and this episode features Batman #1, Paul Dini’s Dark Night: A True Batman Story, Injustice 2 and LEGO Dimensions.  

Episode 97

We’re back with a new episode and Dane and Tim give their reaction to the new “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice” trailer! They also discuss the news about Frank Miller writing...

Paul Dini to Write Autobiographical Batman Original Graphic Novel

DC’s creator driven imprint, Vertigo, has revealed plans to publish a new original graphic novel by writer Paul Dini chronicling an “autobiographical tale of Dini’s courageous...

CCI 2015: DC Collectibles Reveals New BTAS Figures

Entertainment Weekly has revealed some of the new figures making its way to the DC Collectibles Batman: The Animated Series line.   The next wave will consist of Batman: The Animated Series...

DC Collectibles Announced for November 2015

DC Collectibles has released their solicitations for November 2015. Items that might be of interest to TBU fans include a Batman action figure based on the design of Bruce Timm in Justice League:...

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...