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Review: Batman/Superman #32

Synopsis: Tomasi’s Superman storyline continues to crossover into this month’s issue with Superman now teaming up with both Batman and Wonder Woman in search of the imposter Superman. They all...

Review: Detective Comics #52

Breakdown: Peter J. Tomasi delivers a solid script, this issue… I feel like you guys should start a drinking game for every time I say “solid”. He gives us a basic detective story...

Review: Batman/Superman #31

Synopsis: Green-eyed Superman zooms through the dark Gotham sky, speeding through the lit Bat-signal. In need of a detective, Clark seeks the help of the world’s greatest: Batman.   Superman...

Review: Detective Comics #51

Breakdown: First of all, I usually don’t mention the cover unless it stands out in some way… But that cover by Guillem March is bad… I mean, what is going on with Gordon’s...

Review: Detective Comics #50

Note: Although I will be addressing the additional content in this extra-sized issue, the focus of my review will be on the continuation of the “Martyrs and Madmen” story. You can look...

Review: Detective Comics #49

Breakdown: Peter Tomasi continues off of his last issue, and it’s still just as interesting as it was last month. I feel like he’s gotten back into his groove after that last weird story...

TBU Rumor Mill: Lots of Alleged Details about “Rebirth”

  TBU has already reported to you about how DC has been teasing something called “Rebirth” that is presumably coming sometime in 2016.  There has been speculation that it could be...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Genesis #6

With the Batmobile seen speeding along a road to Gotham City, the Arkham Knight is shown entering the Batcave following Bruce’s departure. Making his way past Batman’s various security measures,...

Review: Detective Comics #48

Peter Tomasi is back on Detective Comics this month, and this is his best issue yet… Now, keep in mind that this is only his third issue, but my statement still stands. Tomasi gives us moments...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight #12 (Digital Chapters #36-39)

Editor’s Note: This is the final issue of the series. There is a one-shot planned for next month focusing on back-stories for some of the characters, but the series ends with this issue.  ...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Genesis #5

Opening upon a press conference, Jason Todd looks on as Bruce Wayne is hailed as the man spearheading the “Gotham Reborn” movement and is looking to help the city following the disastrous events...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Genesis #4

As the next issue opens, we pick up on the events of last issue when Joker shot the bound and tortured Jason Todd…seemingly killing him. We begin by seeing Joker and Harley Quinn threatening a...

Review: Detective Comics #46

Last month, I had a lot of fun with Tomasi and Takara’s first issue – this month… was a bit disappointing. It’s not that it wasn’t well told, drawn, or colored. It’s...

Review: Justice League: Darkseid War: Batman #1

What would happen if a man became a god? Would he change the world with his power or would that power just change him? The first one shot from the Darkseid War shows exactly what happens when a...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Genesis #3

As the Arkham Knight races towards his destination, he recalls the events that led to his creation. Arriving at the abandoned Arkham Asylum, Jason enters the building and begins wondering its halls...

NYCC: DC Comics Panels TBU Round-up

New York Comic Con has been in full swing this past weekend with lots of panels about lots of aspects of The Batman Universe.  This article is a round-up of several panels about Batman-family comic...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight #9 (Digital Chapters #25-27)

Plummeting to the ground, Batman lands on the concrete with the metamorph as Deadshot aims a massive gun left behind by the Stagg Enterprises employee. As the Dark Knight holds off his foe, a news...

Review: Detective Comics #45

So when DC announced that Peter Tomasi was taking over Detective Comics, I got pretty excited (after grieving over Manapul and Buccellatto, that is). And when I heard that Marcio Takara was doing the...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Genesis #2

Opening in mid battle, Deathstroke is shown battling against Batman’s current partner – the Teen Wonder Robin. As Tim extends his collapsible bo staff, Robin engages the Terminator who quickly...

TBU Solicitations for October 2015

DC Comics has released their solicitations for all ongoing titles and miniseries in the month of October 2015, and October looks to be a big month for Batman fans.  The biggest piece of news out of...

Arkham Knight’s Origin to be Revealed in Comic

IGN has gotten an exclusive release about the upcoming video game, Batman: Arkham Knight.  Essentially, DC is going to release a new six-issue comic book mini-series by writer Pete Tomasi and...

Episode 157

Another two weeks has passed…wait. It has been three weeks? Why would that be? Well, it probably had to do with Batman Eternal ending in the first week of April along with annuals releasing. So...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Chapter #6

Arkham Knight chapter six is almost all action. It is also probably the best chapter of the series so far.  Writer Peter Tomasi for the most part lets artist Viktor Bogdanovic do most of the heavy...

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: Arkham Knight Chapter #5

It can be argued, pretty convincingly, that the third most important character in the Arkham video game series is Harley Quinn (after Batman and the Joker obviously) and while she has been a major...

Episode 156

So another two weeks have gone by and what has really happened in the comic world? Probably nothing, right? Well, there was probably more that happened in the last two weeks as far as news goes than...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Chapter #4

Oh Arkham Knight just when I think that you’re ready to move forward you fool me and take a step back.Chapter four doesn’t move the plot forward in any significant way until the very end but...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Chapter #3

I was pretty down on chapter #2 of Arkham Knight last week. But fortunately the creators correct the course somewhat to create an issue that is uneven but ultimately a really enjoyable conclusion to...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Chapter #2

The Joker died at the conclusion of Arkham City but if you thought that meant that the clown prince of crime was done wreaking havoc on Batman and Gotham City you were sadly mistaken.   In...

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight Chapter #1

Historically videogame tie-in comics are pretty useless. A lot of the time they use second tier writers and second tier artists and let’s be frank here, they usually kind of suck. Even when these...