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Review: Batwoman #7

Overview: Batwoman continues her search for the Many Arms of Death only to come face to face with Dr. Jonathan Crane, the Scarecrow.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): We open in the Sahara Desert. A...

SDCC: TBU Talks with Marguerite Bennett

Our next comic creator interview from Comic Con is with someone who is fairly new to the Batman Universe. Like James Tynion IV, Marguerite Bennett is also a former student of Scott Snyder who made...

Review: Batwoman: Rebirth #1

Batwoman: Rebirth is most assuredly a Rebirth title: it tells her origin story, sums up all of her significant previous story arcs and leaves a cliffhanger at the end for readers to come back. It...

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: Batwoman #36

This issue opens with a pair of teenagers spray painting on a billboard and are quickly taken down by Batwoman…these images are also interspersed with an unknown woman who is tied up and...

Review: Batwoman Volume 3: World’s Finest

Collects: Batwoman #0, 12-17 Writer: J.H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman Art: J.H. Williams III with Trevor McCarthy   Continuing the story that begin at the beginning of the New 52, this...

Review: Batwoman Volume 2: To Drown the World

Collects: Batwoman #6-11 Writer: J.H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman Art: Amy Reeder, Trevor McCarthy, Rob Hunter, Pere Perez & Richard Friend   A very interesting book, especially how...

Review: Batwoman: Volume 1-Hydrology

Collects: Batwoman #0-5 Writer: J.H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman Art: J.H. Williams III and Amy Reeder   Beginning briefly in the pre-New 52 era, this book opens with Batman assessing...

Williams Talks About His Cancelled Plans For Batwoman

Former Batwoman co-writer J.H. Williams III wrote a blog post to clear up some confusion over when his and co-writer W. Haden Blackman's last issue would be. There last issue will be issue #24...

J.H. Williams III Talks Batwoman

J.H. Williams sat down with Comic Book Resources' The Bat Signal column for an interview. In the interview, Williams talks about the return of Alice, Kate and Maggie's relationship and the...

Williams Launches Batwoman

Batwoman has been the series that has been going to happen for a really long time. As the series got closer to launch it was always held back for various reasons. Next month, the series finally...

Review: Detective Comics #858

Even Greg Rucka's mom would have to admit that it has only been J.H. Williams III's art that has captivated Bat-fans into purchasing this title. Well Mrs. Rucka, your son finally came...

Review: Detective Comics #857

The concept of duality in literature often refers to a contradiction of character, like Dr. Jeckel and Mr. Hyde. In comics we see this all the time with secret identities; Bruce Wayne and Batman...

Review: Batman #689

If you haven't been reading the Latest News on TheBatmanUniverse.net (Why haven't you?!!), then you would have missed that Dan Didio has had a change of heart about Batman Beyond appearing in...

Review: Detective Comics #855

What should you expect from the comic that holds the Guinness record as the longest running comic book periodical of all time? Well for one, I want Batman in it. But I guess since he wasn’t...