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Review: Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6

Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6 marks the culmination of Grant Morrison’s tale of the Caped Crusader's battle against Darkseid’s Omega Sanction. But faithful readers of...

Review: Superman/Shazam-The Return of Black Adam Blu-ray

DC Showcase presents Superman/Shazam! Wait, isn't DC Showcase a comic? Well it was, and now it is a series for animated shorts from the DC Universe. The idea behind these shorts is to give a sort...

Review: Bruce Wayne: The Road Home-Oracle

This seventh part of the 8-part 'Bruce Wayne: The Road Home' series of one-shots launches with a head-and-shoulders splash page of Barbara Gordon – Oracle of course – bathed by...

BTAS Review: On Leather Wings

  If you ask any Bat-fan about Batman The Animated Series, they will most likely have nothing but praise for it. Many claim it is the greatest Batman TV show ever, and is unsurpassed by anything...

BTBTB: Jelenic Talks Series Future and New Batman Series

Newsarama has posted a video interview with Michael Jelenic. Jelenic is one of the writers and producers for Batman: The Brave and the Bold. While his current project is Superman/Shazam: The Curse of...

Review: Superman/Batman #77

We begin with Supergirl investigating a grisly mass grave in Suicide Slums, and after getting a rude brush off from the cops, she heads off to find Batman. And gets good old Damian Wayne instead!...

Review: Superman/Batman #76

Funny thing about this story is that this is pretty much in line with what DC was telling everyone a year ago about the new direction this book was going to take. Instead we got a...

Final Review: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

The next film from Warner Bros. in the line of DC Animation gives us another Superman/Batman film. Last year around this same time, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies was released and I thought it was a...

Review #2: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse marks DC's ninth entry in their animated films universe, which is somewhat a sequel to last fall's animated film adaptation, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies....

Review #1: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

So the latest DC Universe animated Direct-to-Video film has come out, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, which of course is taken from the Supergirl From Krypton storyline in Superman/Batman #s 8-13...

Review: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse The Comics

Next up on the DC Universe Animated Direct To Video docket is Superman-Batman: Apocalypse which some are calling a sequel to Public Enemies, but in reality it is a sequel only in that it is the next...

Review: Superman/Batman #75

Well, Superman/Batman does not have 75 trombones, but it does have 75 issues and here is the big Anniversary issue extravaganza. Seems odd that DC does this for the 75th, but perhaps they are hedging...

Year of the Batmen: Part 9

Is Earth One Superman Channeling Batman?     If there is one thing that is characteristic to the look of Batman it is something that I call “the menacing glower”. The...

Review: Smallville Season 9 DVD

Alright, another great set to review. Warner Bros. sent over the DVD version of Smallville season 9. Twenty-one episodes are included on this set. There are some special features featuring some of...

Review: Superman/Batman #74

Concluding the Levitz-Ordway story is this nice piece, entitled Ascension.   We begin with Luthor watching another “care package” being sent to the planet he has named Lexor and he...

DC 75th Anniversary Contest

We have teamed up with Warner Bros. to bring you some prizes in celebration of DC Comics' 75th anniversary. In celebration of this event Warner Bros. has made tons of movies and TV shows based...

Review: Batman: Under the Hood-Volume 1

Jason Todd. The name now invokes dread for comic book fans for several reasons. The first being the obnoxious punk who fans couldn’t get to the phone lines fast enough to kill off. The next a...

Review: Superman/Batman #73

Alright, after our brief excursion into a possible DCU future, we return to our regularly scheduled Superman/Batman programming (same Supe/Bat-time…) with # 73 and again with Levitz and Ordway...

Bat Bulletin

The 700 Issue Feat   700 Issues for Batman’s main title. Obviously not taking into account the Issue # 0 (during the 1994 Zero Hour event), Issue # 1,000,000 (during the DC One Million...

Review: Superman/Batman Annual #4

Before we get started on this issue, let’s do a little history of the future lesson.   Following the end of The New Adventures of Batman & Robin, or Gotham Knights as the series is...

Bat-Bulletin: The State of Comic Book Films

          “I am Iron Man. Think you are the only superhero in the world? Mr. Stark, you’ve become part of a bigger universe, but you just...

Review: Justice League of America #45

In the 1960s, writer Bob Haney got the idea to take all the younger characters in the DC Universe and mash them together as a team. Not unlike the very successful Justice League Of America. And so in...

Review: Superman/Batman #72

And now we kick off yet another new chapter in the saga of this title! First off though, fans of Superman should be welcomed by the return, of sorts, to the world of writer Paul Levitz, most known...

Review: Superman/Batman #71

Oh the things to say about this book. First of all, the story did seem okay for what it was, and I consider it decent popcorn entertainment, so for face value, it did entertain.   Pretty much a...

Review: Superman/Batman #70

Now we are starting to get a little annoying with the penultimate issue of this story arc. Annoying in that we are still waiting for why this story HAD to be a crossover with “Our Worlds At...

The Year of the Batmen: Part 2

Batman in the JLA   In this, the second entry of my “Year of the Batmen” series, I am going to discuss the Dick Grayson Batman and the dynamic of his entry into the newly...

Review: Justice League Crisis on Two Earths

The DC DTV animated movie series has had its fair share of ups and downs. It has put out awesome movies, like Green Lantern, or Wonder Woman, and it has put out very bad movies, like Superman Batman:...

Review: Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths

We received a copy of the DVD version of Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths a little while ago and it releases today in stores. Should you head to the store and buy this right now? Well, I am going...

Review: Superman/Batman #69

Superman/Batman 69 starts off where the last issue took place, with Superman staring down NRG-X who actually is that Bronze Age villain, Grant Haskill, (this is shown in a flashback as a shadowy man,...

Review: Superman/Batman #68

Boy this comic has taken tons of twists and turns in its run hasn’t it?   It starts out as a complete in-continuity book, which is where events such as the downfall of Lex Luthor’s...