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Superhero Socialism: A History of Anarky (Part Two)

Welcome to Part Two of a retrospective look at the history of Anarky, who is officially back in the pages of Detective Comics—having appeared in Detective Comics #957, #963 and #964 (which...

Review: Detective Comics #40

This week is the conclusion of the Anarky story arc that up until this point was exceptional on almost every level. Unfortunately, I did not find the climax of this story to be on par with the...

Review: Detective Comics #39

Anarky still reigns on the streets of Gotham. I absolutely love the current story arc that is taking place in the pages of Detective Comics. The most notable aspect of this book is that it is...

Review: Detective Comics #38

Anarchy, or more specifically Anarky, continues to reign on the streets of Gotham. Anarky first appeared on the pages of DC the same year Michael Keaton made his film debut as the Dark Knight. The...

TBU Solicits for February 2015

DC has released the solicitations for ongoing titles for February 2015.  And while there are no announcements quite as major as the revelations in the solicitations for January 2015, these advanced...

DC All Access: Interview with Buccellato

In the latest video from DC All Access, Brian Beccellato is interviewed and discusses his current run on Detective Comics as well as what is in store for the title in the coming months.   Posted...

Review: Detective Comics #34

In continuation from last issue, we have Batman and Bullock duking it out, a glowing pink dude exploding, and Annie pointing a gun to the head of the drug dealer. Now, this wasn’t necessarily...

Review: Detective Comics #32

Again, I know I'm sounding like a broken record, but this cover is freaking gorgeous! I love it when artists perfect the art of the ink splatter, and Manapul is a master at it. Using it...