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Review: Batman Eternal #41

This week’s issue of “Eternal” opens with a group of the creepy white eyed kids stopping a truck in the middle of the street. As the driver gets out, he is overcome by several long white...

Review: Batman Eternal #39

This week, our issue opens with Batman and Julia Pennyworth in the Batcave discussing the loss of all of Batman’s equipment. Batman then communicates with Red Robin who has deciphered the riddle...

Reviewing Eternal’s Batsgiving: Things We Know and Things We Don’t

It’s been over a year now since we first glimpsed the image above which Scott Snyder released on Twitter and DC issued as a two-page spread which wished us a “Happy Batsgiving.”...

Review: Teen Titans #5

Reading the Teen Titans is making it increasingly clear that Will Pfeifer is attempting to reach a very specific audience through his writing. In this instance, that audience is very young adults....

Review: Teen Titans #4

I will be the first to admit that I was not the biggest fan of the newest iteration of the Teen Titans. Initially I found the series to be bland with limited sensibility and a lack of depth. However,...

LOST AND FOUND: What to expect from the return of the Post-Crisis DC Universe

  Today it’s been confirmed that the 2015 DC Comics event story Convergence will directly involve fan favorite characters that either draw specifically from their pre-New 52 incarnations are...

Review: Batman Eternal #25

We’ve hit the 25th mark on Eternal, and it seems we are about halfway through this story. James Tynion is back this issue, which seems weird to me. The group was doing three issue arcs, and now...

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...

Review: Teen Titans #2

Two issues in, and I just don’t know what to think of the relaunched Teen Titans. To be honest, I think it could use a different artist. Not because Rocafort is bad, but I think a more animated...

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 #16

Gosh, I love Dustin Nguyen covers… Anyway, Batman Eternal continues, and it is still building on the momentum it has had the last month or so. After struggling at the start, Eternal has become...

Review: Teen Titans #1

We have a new creative team, a new direction, and a new number one. This issue was decent. My problem in reading this (and I blame myself mostly) was that I was taking everything too seriously. I was...

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 #14

Batman Eternal has been picking up steam in the last few weeks, and it's steadily becoming one of better comics from week to week. This issue is more of the same.   Dustin Nguyen's cover...

Review: Batman Eternal #13

Take it easy on me here, I haven't been reading Eternal since I stopped covering it last time. But I have been keeping up with it via The Batman Universe, so hopefully that will be enough, for...

Forever Evil’s Consequences for TBU

  Forever Evil is finally over and what a huge event it has been.  Taking place in four special miniseries titles as well as up to seven ongoing titles (mostly in the various Justice League...

Review: Batman: Eternal #5

What does it take for you to lose your trust in some one? What if that person is ungrateful? What if that person is selfish? Or what If that person hides a dark secret from you and the rest of your...

DC Collectibles for June 2014

DC Collectibles has announced their items for June 2014. Here is what The Batman Universe has in store.     DC COMICS SUPER-VILLAINS: HARLEY QUINN BUST DESIGNED BY JIM LEE SCULPTED BY JAMES...

Review: The Joker: Death of the Family

Collects: Batman #13-14, #17; Detective Comics #15-17; Catwoman #13-14; Suicide Squad #14-15; Batgirl #13-16; Red Hood and the Outlaws #13-16; Teen Titans #14-16; Nightwing #14-16; Batman and Robin...

Review: Batman Li’l Gotham Chapter #20

While Batman is off on a mission, Robin comes across Alfred behaving suspiciously. The clues all lead to only one possibility – murder! Red Robin and Katana humor Damian's ridiculous...

Tomasi on Carrie Kelley

Peter Tomasi has previously said that Carrie Kelley is sticking around the main DC continuity but neither he nor DC would confirm if she will be the new Robin. While he of course wouldn't reveal...

Carrie Kelley To Debut Next Week

  Carrie Kelley is set to make her debut not only in the New 52 but in the main Batman continuity next week in Batman and Red Robin #19. In what now seems like the norm, the second half of the...

Batman: Death of the Family Wrap-Up

Editor's Note: Here is a wrap-up of Batman: Death of the Family by our resident merchandise reviewer, Rob Myers. He discusses the entire Death of the Family along with his wife.    ...

DC Reveals New Batman And… Lineup

  Comic Book Resources has reported that DC has revealed the new team ups for Batman and Robin now that there is no Robin. Writer Peter Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason will be bringing in a...

SPOILER: Tomasi Talks About the Future of Batman and Robin

EDITOR'S NOTE: This post contains MAJOR SPOILERS for Batman Incorporated #8 which is due to hit shelves on February 26th 2013, if you DON'T want to be spoiled, DO NOT read this post!  ...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #16

Last month we ended with Jason Todd’s unconscious body being dropped next to Tim Drake who also was taking a nap. The Titans and the Outlaws were looking to team up to track down their leaders...

NYCC: Mattel Booth

Here are some of the items that Mattel had on display at their booth.                                    ...

Lobdell on Zero Reveals and Death of the Family

Scott Lobdell currently writes both Red Hood and the Outlaws and Teen Titans. While Teen Titans is not covered directly by The Batman Universe and beginning next month neither will Red Hood, the...

What’s Bothering TBU #5

  There are times where you have to put your trust in "The Powers That Be" of any continuing interest of yours.   Be it a new front office regime of your favorite professional...

FAN EXPO: DC All Access

  On Sunday at Fan Expo in Toronto, DC held DC All Access and among the panelists were Greg Capullo, David Finch and Jason Fabok. The panel was moderated by Dan Didio. There wasn't a ton of...