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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 #951

In Brief: Lady Shiva launches her campaign against Gotham and an unsuspecting Batman, Batwoman, and their team.   Summary (Spoilers): Three months ago, Lady Shiva captured and skewered a Colony...

Review: Detective Comics #950

In Brief: As Batman’s team trains and prepares, Cassandra Cain (Orphan), Jean Paul Valley (Azrael), and Luke Fox (Batwing) face their pasts and futures head on.   Summary (Spoilers):  ...

Review: Batman Eternal #48

This week’s “Eternal” opens with a meeting between Commissioner Jason Bard and Mayor Hady. The discuss James Gordon and Bard argues that he has evidence to prove his innocence and that Gotham...

Review: Batman Eternal #34

It’s kind of difficult to rate the ending to these mini-arcs, because they are left so open ended. I know that they plan on picking up these pieces later, it just makes it hard to say...

Review: Arkham Manor #1

Gerry Duggan is now writing Batman. This is a welcome to me after seeing what he can do on Batman #34. That was a fantastic issue, and it really made me look forward to what he would do with this...

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 Eternal #23

Since issue twenty-one, I don’t know that we will have another issue live up to that anytime soon. It may be awhile. Here, we get Tim Seeley back on the script. I feel like his story is good,...

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: Detective Comics #4

Issue four of Tony Daniel's "Detective Comics" begins seventy two minutes ago in Crime Alley with Batman interrogating a police informant by the name of Raju as to the whereabouts of...

Batman in the New DCU #4

  The penultimate week of The New 52's premiere month has brought us a lot of goodness and much controversy.  But regardless of how different people may feel, these are the stories...

Batman in the New DCU #2

  This week saw the release of the first proper Batman book of DC's New 52 lineup, Detective Comics #1.  Batman was also involved in the first outing of the JLI with Justice League...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #2

After many delays, the second issue of The Dark Knight by David Finch has finally been released. Opening where we left off, Batman is interrogating Penguin, despite the presence of goons behind him,...