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Review: All-Star Batman #9

To catch you up: A few issues back, an ancient bacteria was released from the ice in Alaska, and has spread across the North-Western corner of North America. Everything it touches dies, but...

Review: Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 #3 (digital chapters #5-6)

The Dynamic Duo head to Paradise Island to warn Wonder Woman that the secret location of her home might be compromised. When strangers assault an Amazon our heroes spring into action in Batman...

TBU Review Roundup 3/15

  Below you will find brief descriptions of this week’s comics along with the ratings. Below the main TBU titles will be the DC Universe specific titles that feature characters from The Batman...

Review: Batman #18

The beginning of the end is here.  “I Am Bane” has been a rush of build-up to the showdown between Bane and Batman, and this issue does not disappoint.  We pick up immediately after the close...

Review: Batman #17

I’m going to give in to my fanboy nature and tell it to you like it is.  I want to love “I Am Bane.”   I want it to be required Batman reading.  Ten years from now, I want to look back...

Review: Batman #15

Who’s ready for a little trip down memory lane?  Today brings us the close of the two part Catwoman-centric story “Rooftops,” wherein we actually get answers.  And closure.  It’s a weird...

Review: Batman #14

I’ll always remember the first “fancy” wedding I attended after leaving my small town life behind.  Between courses we were served a lemon sorbet as a palate cleanser.  My then-girlfriend had...

Review: Batman #13

Again, we find ourselves at the closure of a Tom King Batman story arc.  Batman #13 brings the conclusion to King’s sophomore effort, “I Am Suicide.”  I find myself in a similar place as I...

Review: Harley Quinn #9

Springing out of the events of the “Bahamas Holiday Issue,” which both delighted and saddened Harley/Ivy shippers, Harley Quinn #9 turns inward, beginning by depicting a series of...

Review: Batman #12

As “I Am Suicide” shambles forward, we get another mixed bag from Tom King.  This issue features another letter-based narration, only this one’s from Batman to Catwoman, and it seems to have...

Season 3: Episode 11: Beware of the Green-Eyed Monster

It’s Lee and Mario’s wedding day. Donovan and Josh have front row seats to the festivities. Was anyone surprised by Selina’s mom? How will Gordon get out of this one? Listen to the...

Review: Batman #11

As we dig deeper into “I Am Suicide,” I find myself torn.  Issue #11 brings us the third installment, wherein things happen, but not really in the way I was expecting.  We open with a flashback...

Review: Catwoman: Election Night #1

Selina Kyle navigates the twisty workings of Gotham’s Mayoral campaign as she tries to save Miss Kitty’s Home for Wayward Girls in Catwoman Election Night #1.   Spoil kitty...

Review: Batman #10

Batman #10 comes with two stories told simultaneously.  The first in the next installment of Tom King’s “I Am Suicide” arc, detailing the storming of the gates of Bane’s island...

Review: Batman #9

We’re past the Gothams.  We’re past the Monsters.  Now is the time for Suicide.  The ninth issue of Tom King’s Batman run kicks off with an abbreviated origin of Bane.  Quick, powerful, and...

Season 3: Episode 4: New Day Rising

Penguin is mayor, but is love in the air? Are he and Nygma more than friends? Did it make sense that Selina saw through who Five was? Is Gordon a better singer than Gwen Stefani? Find out this week...

Review: The Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade #1

While the Dark Knight III – The Master Race is on a brief hiatus, we are given a one shot placed before the events of The Dark Knight Returns, focused on an aging Batman and his impetuous sidekick,...

Review: Catwoman #52

Selina discovers how her ex lover escaped death to rise to the top of the False Face society as the mysterious Faceless Mask wreaks more carnage across Gotham in Catwoman #52.   Selina says...

Review: Catwoman #50

Selina encounters serious trouble in prison as the mystery of the Frost Diamond becomes more dangerous. Can she survive the trouble bearing down on her? Find out in Catwoman #50.   Spilling...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #10 (Digital Chapters #28-30)

Editor’s Note: This review unfortunately marks the last review for this series by Stella. If you currently read the series and are interested in reviewing the print issues as they release,...

Review: Catwoman #49

Selina is on the run from the Gotham City Police as well as assassins aiming to collect Penguin’s million dollar bounty on her head as she tries to solve the mystery of the Frost Diamond in...

Review: Secret Hero Society #1: Study Hall of Justice

Editor’s Note: This book was previously announced in September and this is the first volume. This is currently available at fine retailers including Amazon.   In Brief: What if Bruce...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us Year Five #1 (Digital Chapters #1-2)

Synopsis: This year begins with Superman surveying the destruction of a prison that held the world’s super villains (or at least the enemies of Superman). It is revealed that it was Plastic Man who...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #6 (Digital Chapters #16-18)

DC Comics Bombshells #6 collects the next three parts of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The sixth issue continues the ‘Combat’ storyline....

Review: Catwoman #47

Selina is out of the mob boss business and back to pilfering jewels when she takes on the job of a lifetime and things get complicated in Catwoman #47.   Spoiled kitty below…   The...

Review: DC Comics Bombshells #5 (Digital Chapters #13-15)

DC Comics Bombshells #5 collects the next three parts of the digital-first series based on the popular DC Collectibles Bombshells statues.   The fifth issue continues the ‘Combat’ storyline....

Review: Catwoman #46

First off I’m very excited to review Catwoman #46 and happy to be reviewing this book. I haven’t read the Catwoman New 52 Series, but I’ve always loved Selina Kyle ever since Hush. I was...

Review: Gotham: Mommy’s Little Monster

Intro: Oh boy, I can’t say enough about this episode! For the first time since Penguin’s Umbrella (Series 1) I flat out enjoyed an episode that blew me away! Read on to see if it can make the...

Review: Gotham: By Fire

Intro: Wow, what a show! I came into the episode excited by the trailer and looking for another one as well…there was a rumor a Batman-centric Dawn of Justice trailer would air with Gotham, and a...

Review: Gotham: Scarification

You’re welcome, readers. I willfully skipped Monday Night Foo-nah, just joking with you. I DID see the Star Wars trailer, and boy was it mediocre. For all the hype, it merely rehashed the previous...