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Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #7

Batman: The Dark Knight #7 continues the run of Paul Jenkins and David Finch.   So, this is what the final battle comes down to. Batman manages to escape Bane, all the while thinking about the...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #5

Batman: The Dark Knight #5 continues the run of David Finch and Paul Jenkins, and continues to be a hard pill to swallow every month.   After last month's shocking reveal of Scarecrow as the...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #6

Batman: The Dark Knight #6 continues the pairing of David Finch and Paul Jenkins, giving me the first issue in a long while that I've enjoyed. It could be all the publicity Bane has been getting...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #4

The Dark Knight #4 is credited with Paul Jenkins as writer and co-plotter, with David Finch as penciller/co-plotter.   The issue opens with Batman finally entering Poison Ivy's lair, only to...

Paul Jenkins on The Dark Knight

Paul Jenkins has almost five issues of Batman: The Dark Knight in the bag and ever since he began the series with the David Finch, the White Rabbit is the character that steals the show every issue....

Preview: Batman: The Dark Knight #5

Kotaku has posted a five page preview of Batman: The Dark Knight #5. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, January 25. Check out the first page of the issue below and then head over to Kotaku for the...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #3

Issue three, as usual, was co-plotted by Paul Jenkins and David Finch, with writing by the former and pencils by the latter.   The issue opens where we left, with the hulked up Joker attacking...

Paul Jenkins on Dark Knight Future

When the New 52 launched in September, a lot of fans questioned the reasoning for relaunching Batman: The Dark Knight. The series was plagued by delays and had only had five issues release in nine...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #2

Batman: The Dark Knight #2 was written by Paul Jenkins and drawn by David Finch. As usual, they co-plotted the issue.   The issue opens with Two-Face, who I commented looked like he was on...

Preview: Batman: The Dark Knight #2

Entertainment Weekly has posted a five page preview of Batman: The Dark Knight #2. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, October 26. Check out the first page of the preview below and then head over...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #1

Of the series that needed re-launching, this was low on the list. Batman: The Dark Knight, written by Paul Jenkins and illustrated/co-plotted by David Finch, released just five issues in the nearly...

Finch on Batman: The Dark Knight

Batman: The Dark Knight released it second number one in under a year this week. The creative team is slightly different for this new volume, with David Finch moving solely to art and Paul Jenkins...

Paul Jenkins on Writing "The Dark Knight"

Batman: The Dark Knight has been bombarded with delays ever since the first issue was released late last year. With the relaunch occurring, DC has decided to give it another go. This time around...

SDCC: DC's Batman Panel

  The Batman panel of the convention took place and there were not as many reveals as most were expecting. None-the-less there were some interesting bits to come out of the panel. Here are the...