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Review: All-Star Batman #8

… To catch you up… Some time ago, Batman stopped a bacteria that threatens the life of every breathing thing from being released. However, that bacteria was released anyway. Batman has...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #8

Synopsis: Opening in a bar in Gotham, Red Hood is attempting to get some information from the bartender regarding a Mr. Stirk. Frustrated with the bartender’s lack of cooperation, Artemis...

Review: Nightwing #15

Nightwing #15 is a great example of how to do a modern romance issue inside a superhero tale. We don’t see enough (or hardly any) of them these days, and Even in a Dream (the issue title) is a nice...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #7

Synopsis: The issue picks up with Red Hood informing the remaining members of the Black Mask gang that their boss is out of commission and its time to leave town. The gang does not take the...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #6

Synopsis: The issue picks where the last one left off with Black Mask holding his gun to Red Hood’s head. He begins monologuing and thanking Jason for bringing him closer to the Techno Organic...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #5

Synopsis: The issue picks up right where the previous month’s ended with Bizarro now under the control of Black Mask via the Techno-Organic Virus. Red Hood is attempting to stop him with armor...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #4

Synopsis: The issue picks up right after the end of last with Red Hood trying to connect with Bizarro. Things are not going well for him as Bizarro rages inside his cell and tosses him around....

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #3

Synopsis: Opening with a flashback, the issue starts by showing Jason coming back to the cave after his first unofficial night as Robin. Bloodied and torn uniform, its clear it did not go well. Jason...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #2

Synopsis: The issue opens with Artemis giving a brief back story into her origin. She was always told by her mother that she would be a great and kind warrior and would be the champion of the...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #1

Synopsis: The issue begins with a flashback of Jason at the Ma Gunn’s School for Wayward Boys. Batman is there and trying to take down the headmistress, Ma Gunn. She had actually been operating...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1

Synopsis: The issue opens in Crime Alley as Jason Todd recounts the night he met the Batman. Jason’s life was not exactly headed in the right direction but this night would change his life...

TBU Merch Review: DC Collectibles Batman: Arkham Knight Red Hood

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #13

“Later” opens with the Iron Rule threatening the captive Roy Harper’s life, demanding that the Red Hood show himself. Meanwhile Joker’s Daughter (JD) is holding a gun to Tara’s head as she...

TBU Rebirth Concept Art and New DC Logo

  TBU has compiled a variety of different redesigns and concept art for several characters’ new looks in the DC Rebirth relaunch.  Take a look at the gallery above and let us know in the...

TBU Weekly Merchandise Collection

This week saw the release of the latest group of solicitations from a number of companies that appears in the latest issues of Previews. Because of that, this week is packed with merchandise news so...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #11

“Dancing with the Devil’s Daughter” opens with Roy. He is alone and later we see that this is a flashback. He is standing over the defeated Iron Rule, as humans, not the super-villains we saw...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #24

In Brief: Dick Grayson and his allies continue the desperate battle against Mother around the world.   Summary (Spoilers): We open pretty much squarely in the eight page preview with Dick...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #10

“May I Have This Dance With The Devil” opens with a firefight. Jason and Roy are fighting an army of armed guys wearing white. In a voice over we learn that the two are on the engineering deck...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #23

In Brief: During the first hour of Mother’s worldwide attack, the Robins use Midnighter’s teleportation gates to recruit help.   Summary (Spoilers): As we see children in cities across the...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #22

In Brief: The Robins regroup as the captured Harper Row and Cassandra Cain witness the start of Mother’s worldwide attack.   Summary (Spoilers): In the Arctic, Mother oversees the start of her...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #9

“Harmed and Dangerous Part Two” opens with Red Hood fighting the Iron Rule team we met at the end of last issue. These were the people that were terrorizing the residents of the Nethers. It...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #19

In Brief: The Robins and Spyral leadership struggle against Mother’s Ichthys mind control signal at Spyral Headquarters.   Summary (Spoilers): Just outside St. Hadrian’s, a school bus full...

Batman and Robin Eternal Episode 5

Welcome to the fifth episode of the TBU Specials covering Batman and Robin Eternal. Episode 5 gives us the answers to the main questions in the preview issue. Did Batman kill someone? Who is the...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #17

In Brief: At Spyral headquarters, Dick Grayson, Helena Bertinelli, and Harper Row seek answers from the Orphan, David Cain.   Summary (Spoilers): At St. Hadrian’s School for Girls, the Spyral...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #16

In Brief: Tim Drake (Red Robin) and Jason Todd (Red Hood) fight their way to the heart of the Order of St. Dumas together, and Azrael (Jean Paul Valley) proves his worth.   Summary (Spoilers):...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #8

“Harmed and Dangerous” opens with a flashback to 1923 in Gotham City. Federal Agent Erwin Woreth and his wife, Gabi are being held captive by a mobster. Woreth reveals what he has learned from...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #15

In Brief: Red Robin (Tim Drake) and Red Hood (Jason Todd) face the heart of the Order of St. Dumas.   Summary (Spoilers): Azrael (Jean-Paul Valley) sits in Gnosis, the secret city of the Order...

Review: Teen Titans #15

“On The Run: A Tale from the Robin War” opens at Red Robin’s Robins Nest. Beast Boy in fooling around with the monitors provides exposition on the status of the Robin War event. Tonya chastises...

Review: Robin: Son of Batman #7

Opening in mid battle, our heroes are busy confronting the Talons of the infamous Court of Owls. As Robin, Red Hood, Red Robin and the We Are Robins leap into battle, Damian calls out for the other...

Review: We Are Robin #7

Opening with a flashback, a young Dick Grayson is performing with his parents in Haley’s Circus. He completes an amazing acrobatic feat as the crowd cheers. Returning to present day, Dick and...