POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON October 15, 2011 Add Comments
Batgirl (2009-2011) #15-24 ($1.99 each)
The rest of Brian Q. Miller’s run with Stephanie Brown’s Batgirl. Includes the Lesson story arc and features many guest appearances from Damian to Supergirl to Squire.
Batgirl (2011-) #2 ($2.99)
Second issue of the new status quo, and Barbara meets The Mirror, and finds out his agenda.
Batman and Robin (2011-) #2 ($2.99)
“Nobody” pays Gotham and Bruce a visit, and Bruce buys a dog.
Batman: Arkham City Digital Exclusive Chapter #7…
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POSTED BY Craig George ON July 7, 2011 Add Comments
Amidst all the news coming from DC over the past month or – and worries for the future of some of our favorite characters – it's been easy to forget that there's still the present. Issue #22 of Batgirl is entitled "Five Minutes Fast" and opens at the home of Stephanie Brown and her mother. People who are interested in illustration and design may be interested in learning about an online university degree. Extra art training is helpful to people who want to illustrate for a…
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POSTED BY Nick Wheatley ON April 9, 2011 Add Comments
So here is my report on a very eventful first day at Kapow. Firstly, it seems the event had plenty of coverage with the Business Design Centre packed full of punters from the start. Inside the building we had the IGN arena as your first point of call with video games set up, sofas to chill out on and watch some of the newest movies, plus a stage with IGN events on all day. Further through the building we had the regular floor with loads of…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON April 9, 2011 Add Comments
Another week filled with Bat-Goodness.
Batman and Robin #7-8 ($1.99 each)
Batwoman, Knight and Squire co-star as Dick and Damian hit England for the Blackest Knight storyline from early 2010.
Batman Beyond Volume 4 #4 ($2.99)
Dick Grayson’s identity is reveled and Bruce and Terry work on getting the genie back in the bottle. Also Maxine has issues to be dealt with in this get-the-issue-online/in-stores-same-day issue.
Batman: Streets of Gotham #17 ($1.99)
Part two of the Heart of Hush sequel, and a Ragman co-feature.
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #113…
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POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON March 25, 2011 Add Comments
It's a sad, sad time in England. What with rising living costs, budget cuts and, perhaps worse of all, the end of 'Knight and Squire'. I think we should all have a minutes silence for this tragic loss… ok, that being said I think it's time I gave my review.
The issue opens up at a crime scene, superhero/pop star Jade Peabody has been shot dead. It's revealed that the Joker did it because she may have been able to foresee his…
Tags: arkham asylum, cyril sheldrake, england, faceoff, jade peabody, jarvis poker, joker, knight, knight and squire, shrike, squire
POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON February 28, 2011 Add Comments
The penultimate issue of the 'Knight and Squire' min-series 'For Six' is among us and oh boy is it a good on! We open the issue with a good old fashioned double entendre and we know we're in for another silly but undoubtedly fun ride in the Knight and Squire universe, however, after this light-hearted opening we find out that Jarvis Poker (The British Joker) is terminally ill. In a traditional British, stiff-upper-lip fashion, Jarvis attempts to make light of the…
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POSTED BY Austen Beattie ON December 22, 2010 Add Comments
Knight and Squire #3 is another solid comic from the creative team of Paul Cornell and Jimmy Broxton. However, something about this issue just didn’t grab me. It sure wasn’t the art, which is nice, and pretty, but also different from what I’ve come to expect from a comic, but not too different.
Maybe it’s the story, that just didn’t grab me, I mean sure it had some good ideas, but it didn’t really have any oomph. Now many of you out…
Tags: jimmy broxton, knight, knight and squire, paul cornell, squire
POSTED BY Austen Beattie ON November 29, 2010 Add Comments
Remember how last month I thought Knight and Squire #1 was awesome? Well, #2 is….nowhere near as good. I mean sure the opening sequence with Beryl in a newsagents buying a magazine was good, and sure the Knight Cave looked cool, but after that, the book just falls apart.
The story of the issue is Knight and Squire versus a black magic wielding Morris dancer, and how do you make that dull? Easy, you don’t actually have them facing the black magic…
Tags: beryl hutchinson, cyril sheldrake, jimmy broxton, knight, knight and squire, paul cornell, squire
POSTED BY Austen Beattie ON October 24, 2010 Add Comments
Knight and Squire #1 is a comic I did not care about five weeks ago. I had read them in the Batman: The Black Glove hardcover, and didn’t care, I had read them in issues 7-9 of Batman and Robin, I still did not care, and then I saw a preview at the end of one of my comics last month, I started to care.
Knight and Squire #1 takes place in a London pub, where all the superheroes and supervillians hang…
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