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DC Comics TBU Solicitations Breakdown for November 2017

The mysterious involvement of Dr. Manhattan in Rebirth will finally come to light in November as Doomsday Clock #1 hits shelves. Written by Geoff Johns with art by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson, the...

Episode 227

Stella and Dustin are here to bring you all of the pre-Comic Con announcements from DC including the long awaited project from Sean Gordon Murphy, Batman: The White Knight, a two new Harley series...

DC Comics TBU Solicitations Breakdown for October 2017

October will be bringing us the first issues of two special Batman series: White Knight and Dark Prince Charming. Written and illustrated by Sean Gordon Murphy, Batman: White Knight #1 will be...

Last Week in the Batcave

  Gather ’round, my dear darkness dwellers, for we are about to start our annual pumpkin carving session. This year the theme will be Alfred’s mustache. The best pumpkin artist will...

Ragman Brings His Suit of Souls to Gotham City in New Miniseries

File this one under unexpected announcements. Fresh off his appearances in the most recent season of Arrow, CBR is reporting that Ragman is getting his own six-issue mini-series from writer Ray...

TBU Review Roundup 1/18

  Below you will find brief descriptions of this week’s comics along with the ratings. Below the main TBU titles will be the DC Universe specific titles that feature characters from The Batman...

DCTV: Ragman Comes to Arrow Season 5

  While the CW continues to expand the DC Universe on television with the addition to Supergirl this season to the network, many of the existing DC TV shows will introduce new characters....

Review: Batwoman Annual #2

Batwoman Annual #2 starts where issue #35 back in October left off with Batwoman, Ragman, Clayface and Red Alice falling back to earth encased in Clayface’s body. They land in a body of water....

Review: Batwoman #40

Batwoman #40, titled Nocturne in Red, opens up with Batwoman coordinating a search of Morgaine Le Fay by Etrigan, Ragman and Clayface with Red Alice at her side. Coincidentally Batwoman and Red Alice...

Review: Batwoman #39

Batwoman #39 begins right where #38 left off with Kate being face to face with her sister Beth. Kate is overjoyed to see her sister and gives her a hug. Beth sees a bottle on the table and...

Review: Batwoman #37

This issue opens with Batwoman interrupting Etrigan holding a naked Jason Blood in his apartment. We quickly flashback to 15 minutes before as we see Batwoman enter an unknown woman’s apartment and...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Three Chapter #9

When a book has a cast as large as Injustice it can easily fall into a trap of continually pitting them against each other while ignoring dialogue. Although this can work at times, when over utilized...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Three Chapter #8

Injustice: Gods Among Us does a lot of things right. Specifically, Tom Taylor is able to utilize small characters to have a very large impact. Furthermore, the character realizations by Mike Miller...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #5

Well, well, well. It's come to this. Batman: The Dark Knight concludes with what is solicited as the penultimate issue. For those of in love with dictionaries, penultimate actually means...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #4

After months of delays on this series, it's odd to get the fourth issue only two weeks after getting the third issue. Maybe some of my irritation has subsided, maybe I feel like some of the loose...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #3

In the third issue of this ongoing, delayed numerous times series, we pick up the story of Dawn Golden's disappearance, a suspicious cop, the theft of the Batmobile, the monster attacking...

Finch Discusses TDK Delays

Newsarama has posted an interview with David Finch. finch has been writing and drawing the series Batman: The Dark Knight and has had an slight issue of time catch up with him. As of now, there has...

Review: Superman/Batman #81

In the previous issues of Superman/Batman we traveled through time and space through the miracle of modern science. In the latest issue of Superman/Batman we travel through time and space through the...

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 #18

Heart of Hush holds a special place in my comic book collection. It was actually the first Detective Comics story I bought, and one of the first things I ever started to read in the DC Universe. So...

Review: Batman: Streets of Gotham #18

It’s too bad that Streets of Gotham will be discontinued this spring, but at least with the current story arc, House of Hush, it looks like the series may go out with a bang. When Paul Dini...

Review: Bruce Wayne: The Road Home-Oracle

This seventh part of the 8-part 'Bruce Wayne: The Road Home' series of one-shots launches with a head-and-shoulders splash page of Barbara Gordon – Oracle of course – bathed by...