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This 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...

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...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #13

As the series’ final issue opens, we see the dead spirits of several people being warped and manipulated by an unseen foe. Cutting over to our main characters, Maya, Damian and Goliath are resting...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #12

As our issue opens, a pack of dinosaurs (which look like velociraptor), Maya can be seen jumping onto Suren Darga and attacking him. Maya is suddenly shot with an arrow and falls onto the...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #11

An alert opens this issue as The Flash monitors Gorilla City and notifies Batman of an incoming attack. Identified as a “mammalian megafauna,” Batman realizes that this isn’t a problem for the...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #10

Opening up three weeks prior to present events, a skeletal corpse can be seen as an unknown voice whispers “im…impossible.” As a young hand rests upon the horned mask of the speaking man,...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #8

Opening upon a scene I never thought I’d view in a “Batman” comic, Alfred is shown attempting to cut Damian’s hair one handed. Sparking up a conversation, Damian begins to tell the story of...

Review: Detective Comics #47

Disclaimer – this is part 3 of Robin War, following Grayson #15.   This part was the weakest of Robin War, so far. Now, it wasn’t bad, but it did seem rushed. And I think...

Review: Batman ’66 Chapter #60

This is chapter opens at Gotham First National Bank where the city millionaires are attempting to empty the contents of each of their bank accounts. As Commissioner Gordon and Chief O’Hara receive...

Batman Eternal Writers Talk Future of Character and Series

Batman Eternal has ended and while Batman may have been proved to be eternal, the first volume of the series has come to an end. MTV caught up with a number of the writers behind the series and...

Review: Gotham By Midnight #5

The conclusion to the first arc of Gotham By Midnight comes in issue #5 as a skyscraper sized Spectre attempts to take the lord’s wrath out on Ikkondrid, the swamp monster that is...

Review: Gotham by Midnight #4

The first arc of “Gotham By Midnight” continues forward as in issue #4 we are given more clues as to what is carrying out a supernatural attack against Gotham City. After successfully...

Review: Gotham by Midnight #1

GET. THIS. BOOK.   I don’t know how else to say it. I love horror stories. And the one thing I may love more than horror stories, is a good crime story. What I’m saying here, is that...

Review: Batman Eternal #30

This issue left me feeling disappointed. Here, we just read Arkham Manor last week, leading us to believe that we were going to see that Bruce was going to loose the family fortune, and his...

Review: Batman Eternal #29

Ray Fawkes is back, and although he tells a good story, there are continuity problems from the previous week, as well as his own story this issue. You’ll see later in the recap, but it’s...

Review: Batman Eternal #24

Spoiler is back, front and center. This issue focuses primarily on her. Ray Fawkes is on the script this issue, and he’s kinda surprised me lately. The guy is usually know for doing...

Review: Batman: Futures End #1

This may have been one of the coolest issues of the Futures End special, so far. Ray Fawkes and Aco deliver an awesome story about a Batman who is extremely decrepit after about 11 years of crime...

DC All Access: Gotham and Gotham by Midnight

In the lastest episode of DC All Access, the hosts talk with some of the cast of Gotham at the TCA’s. They also talk with Ray Fawkes about the recently announced new Bat-Title, Gotham by...

New Batman Title Announced – Gotham By Midnight

DC has announced today that the Batman family of ongoing titles will grow again in November with the addition of Gotham by Midnight, a darker title from Ray Fawkes and Ben Templesmith.  The new...

Review: Batman Eternal #17

Lesson #1: Be careful who you choose to follow in your worship. They might be some crazy, evil person trying to kill you.   Lesson #2: Don’t do drugs.   Lesson #3: Never trust a...

Review: Batman Eternal #15

The last few weeks of Eternal have been the best of the series so far. I will admit, I was nervous about this weeks issue since Tynion wasn't going to be writing it. Instead, we get Ray Fawkes,...

Review: Batman: Eternal #6

In Batman: Eternal #6, Batwing is challenged by his believes and is assigned by Batman to take a journey into the Arkham with the Spectre to investigate some ghostly happenings.    What I...

EXCLUSIVE: C2E2 2014: TBU Talks with Batman: Eternal Creators

  Our final interview for C2E2 was with the majority of the creative team behind Batman: Eternal. This included Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Tim Seely, Jason Fabok and Dustin Nguyen. The...

Review: Batman: Eternal #3

What does it feel like to find out that everything you know is changing, that the people you thought were your friends are now your enemies, the world you became comfortable with is now collapse upon...

ECCC: Batman: Eternal Panel

DC has posted the Batman: Eternal panel in its entirety for all who were unable to attend Emerald City Comic Con to view.     Posted by Dustin Fritschel

DC Announces New Weekly Batman Comic Series

  2014 is going to be a big year for Batman, as it will be his 75th anniversary, and one way DC plans to celebrate is by having a new year-long weekly series called Batman: Eternal. The new...

Review: Batman #23.2

What we have here is so far the best Villains issue I've read yet. First off we have great, vibrant Guillem March cover that draws the reader in. The story by Scott Snyder and Ray Fawkes is well...

Fawkes Talks About Riddler’s Forthcoming Villains Month Issue

Ray Fawkes recently talked about The Riddler issue of the forthcoming Villain's Month. He also talks about Riddler in Scott Snyder's Zero Year story, the premise for his Riddler story, what...