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This Week in the Batcave

  Hiya, me guano stinkin’ fellas! Past week had so much news that it got hard to digest, and we are still being overfed with tidbits of news about Dark Nights: Metal. As if we weren’t...

This Week in the Batcave

  Welcome back to this dark and damp place us bats call home. This has been a crazy week with the release of the Justice League first official trailer, Joss Whedon being announced as writer and...

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...

Review: Batgirl #6

In Brief: Batgirl battles prehistoric floral danger and Poison Ivy miles over the Pacific Ocean!   Summary (Spoilers): In another flash-forward opening, Batgirl hangs for dear life to the...

Review: Batgirl #5

In Brief: Batgirl’s adventure Beyond Burnside comes to an exciting end, as she confronts the villainous Teacher and her own mind.   Summary (Spoilers): As Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) faces off...

Review: Batgirl #4

In Brief: In the penultimate issue of her Asian tour, Batgirl tracks Teacher down to her lair.   Summary (Spoilers): In an empty building, Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) takes on three pupils of the...

Review: Batgirl #3

In Brief: After her defeat in the ring, Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) gets back up and pursues her mysterious foes to South Korea.   Summary (Spoilers): After Wen Lu’s devastating knockout, Babs...

Review: Batgirl #2

In Brief: Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) juggles MMA training and romantic entanglements in Singapore.   Summary (Spoilers): In Singapore, Batgirl tags a drone spying on her civilian identity and Kai...

Episode 122: SDCC 2016 Wrap-up

It’s time for another SDCC greatest hits show! Along with some surprise song choices and audio clips, you will hear about my time at SDCC and the interviews that I conducted. Interviews include...

SDCC 2016: Interview with Hope Larson and Rafael Albuquerque

Our second interview with DC Comics’ creators takes us over to Team Batgirl. The new creative team, whose first issue released just last week, includes writer Hope Larson and artist Rafael...

Review: Batgirl #1

In Brief: Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) ventures beyond Burnside to travel Asia, starting with Japan, where she meets old friends and even older inspirations.   Summary (Spoilers): In Japan, a...

DC All Access: New Direction for Batgirl

DC All Access has released their latest video that features and interview with Hope Larson and Rafael Albuquerque about the new direction for Batgirl.  

Review: Detective Comics #936

In Brief: Batwoman (Kate Kate) faces hard choices in the aftermath of Batman’s defeat by the Colony.   Summary (Spoilers): Using foam panel separation gutters in a beer glass, Kate recounts...

UPDATE: Eleven More DK3 Retailer Variants Released

  In the lead-up to the debut of Dark Knight III: The Master Race in November, DC has been releasing variant covers a few at a time to promote the new series and give exclusives to certain sales...

DC Asked Albuquerque to Make Batgirl Cover More Extreme

TBU has been following the ongoing controversy surrounding DC’s Joker variant cover for Batgirl #41, including the decision to pull the cover from the variants for the month of June at the...

DC Cancels Joker Variant for Batgirl

The highly criticized variant cover for “Batgirl” #41 will not be published by DC Comics. This move was made at the request of the cover’s artist, Rafael Albuquerque.  ...

Review: Batman Eternal #31

Rafael Albuquerque’s cover is so freaking cool… Let that beauty soak in for a little bit…   Alright, so before I read this issue, I kept seeing rave reviews on Twitter....

Review: Batwoman #33

I'll be honest, this isn't as good of an issue as the last one, but it's still pretty good. I think where it hurt this issue, is the art. For whatever reason, Jeremy Huan couldn't do...

Review: Batwoman #32

This cover… Gah! Rafael Albuquerque's art is so awesome. I LOVE white covers on comics, for some reason. Simple, elegant, scary. I wonder if the dude ever gets tired of drawing...

Rafael Albuquerque Talks Batman

Rafael Albuquerque will be joining American Vampire collaborator Scott Snyder next month on the back-up in Batman. Newsarama talked with Albuquerque briefly about his upcoming work in Batman during...

James Tynion IV Talks Freeze and Back-Ups

When it was announced that Batman would be one of the New 52 series that would receive a back-up, there was on bit of information that came as a small surprise. Scott Snyder would be co-writing with...

Batman Back-Up Talon Design for Night of the Owls

As it turns out there is two Talons from the 1980's as The Source showed off the Talon design that will be appearing in the Batman back-up. Artist Rafael Albuquerque, shared these comments:...

DC Comics Announces April Solicitations

DC Comics has already revealed a number of changes coming to the New 52 in the past week, but now the official solicitations are released for what to expect April 2012.   We were already aware...

Batman #8 Debuts Back-up Stories

The Source has revealed today that starting with issue eight of Batman, the page count of the issue will expand and add a back-up story. The back-up story will focus on the history of the Court of...

Review: Superman/Batman #75

Well, Superman/Batman does not have 75 trombones, but it does have 75 issues and here is the big Anniversary issue extravaganza. Seems odd that DC does this for the 75th, but perhaps they are hedging...

Review: Superman/Batman #68

Boy this comic has taken tons of twists and turns in its run hasn’t it?   It starts out as a complete in-continuity book, which is where events such as the downfall of Lex Luthor’s...