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Last Week in the Batcave

Welcome to another gathering in the Batcave, where we cover all things with pointy ears that came out through the previous week! Would that include Orion, then? Well, no, technically not, but we...

Last Week in the Batcave

Happy New Year, my most adored flying mammals! I know it is already the 8th of January, but better late than never. And there’s no better way to welcome a new cycle than with some Harley Quinn...

Review: Batman #38

Overview: There’s been a lot of focus on the changing dynamics of Batman’s life the past few months. Character progression, growth, and change have all been central themes in these pages...

Review: Batman #37

Overview: Now that the villains have been thwarted, Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle find themselves faced with their next great challenge: a double date with Clark Kent and Lois Lane.   Synopsis...

DC Universe Spotlight: Review: DC Holiday Special 2017 #1

Overview: DC once again brings the holiday spirit to their universe, with a dozen tales to bring warmth to the coldest heart (except maybe Sgt. Rock and John Constantine). Unlike last year’s...

Last Week in the Batcave

Or should I say Last Two Weeks in the Batcave? We’re back! CCXP was great, if anyone cares to know. As foreseen by the great Oracle of the Batcave, not to be confused with Barbara Gordon, my...

Review: Batman #36

Overview: If you’ve ever gotten married, you’re aware of the hassles that come along with the engagement.  Who do you call first?  Who warrants a call and who warrants a text?  Who is going...

Last Week in the Batcave

For a fifth week of the month this sure was a full week, with two incredibly well received Batman books coming out, namely Batman Annual #2 and Batman: Creature of the Night #1. Along with those, the...

Review: Batman Annual #2

Overview: Last year’s Batman annual gave us a mixed bag of stories from a variety of creators, both past and present.  This year, we’re going full Tom King for the entire issue, with art from...

Last Week in the Batcave

On this very special week, we are live streaming from the Watchtower! I believe that most people reading this have already watched Justice League at this point, and I believe most of you have had a...

Episode 235

With very little news to discuss, the team takes time to discuss the comics more in depth than usual when covering Batman #34 and Detective Comics #968. Listener comments continue to be about Tom...

Review: Batman #35

Overview: Batman has been sidelined in the pages of his own book and the women are taking center stage as Catwoman and Talia fight it out and Holly Robinson makes her reappearance.   Synopsis...

Episode 234

Two more weeks brings everyone out to want to discuss the pro’s and con’s of War of Jokes and Riddles as well as Tom King’s run in general. We review Batman #33 and Detective Comics...

Review: Batman #34

Overview:  To celebrate their impending nuptials, Batman and Catwoman have traveled to Khadym in the Middle East to see Talia al Ghul, daughter of the Demon, mother of Damian, ex of the Bat.  Not...

Last Week in the Batcave

Here I am, trying to figure out a way to properly open the Batcave for Halloween, when I realize there is no need to go beyond our usual themes to get there. People dressed up in costumes, hanging...

Last Week in the Batcave

We have a full house this time! On what is a rare occasion, last week we got updates from every single title we cover here in the Batcave except for Batman and the Signal. Coupled with the new faces...

Episode 233

So Catwoman has given her answer. Do we agree with the result or are we wishing it was something else? All-Star Batman comes to an end and over in Detective Comics, Tim is fighting an evil future...

Review: Batman #33

Overview:  She said yes.  The courtship has ended and the engagement has begun in the first installment of Rules of Engagement.  Now that Bat and Cat have slapped a label on their tumultuous...

TBU Goes to NYCC 2017

Join Josh as he recounts and plays the audio from his New York Comic Con 2017 adventure! Press junkets for DC Original Movies, Gotham by Gaslight, Batman Vs Two Face and Batman The Animated Series....

Last Week in the Batcave

Such as a Bat getting delayed echo responses to his screeches, we still have a couple news from NYCC to cover. One of them is an interview with James Tynion IV that our TBU envoy, Joshua...

Batman Creators Talk at Google

Around the time of New York Comic Con, a number of creators from The Batman Universe took some time out of their schedule to visit on of the Google offices to discuss Batman’s history. Among...

Last Week in the Batcave

This article could be renamed “What happened in NYCC” for what is worth. Seriously, folks. New York Comic Con brought an absolute downpour of news. Our very own Joshua Lapin-Bertone, aka...

NYCC: DC Comics TBU News

If you, like most of us, missed out on attending NYCC in person, you may have missed some of the Bat-related news and announcements. Don’t you worry, because we’ve got you covered with...

NYCC: Tom King Talks Batman’s Future and [Spoiler]’s Return

New York Comic Con always brings the comic creators out and about and we were able to talk with Tom King the same week that the War of Jokes and Riddles wrapped. There has been some discussion about...

Review: Batman #32

Overview: It’s been four months since the Batman world was stopped by Bruce Wayne’s proposal to Selina Kyle.  Before she could answer, though, he needed to get something off his chest.  Both...

DC All Access: Tom King Talks Batman’s Proposal

DC All Access has released a new video featuring Tom King talking about the release of Batman #32, which will include Selina’s answer to Bruce’s proposal.

Last Week in the Batcave

Doesn’t matter who your favorite Robin is, or if you are on the “Batman works better alone” team, the undisputed biggest news in Gotham last week was the beginning of “Lonely...

Last Week in the Batcave

Sorry, folks, the cave is closed. No, I have no idea why. They only told me some big shots are in a meeting and don’t want no one bothering. Yeah, yeah, I saw some of them going downstairs. I...

Review: Batman #31

Overview:  The penultimate chapter of “The War of Jokes and Riddles” has a down, but not out Joker on the run from the team of Riddler and Batman.  As the events that have tied up the title for...

Last Week in the Batcave

Last week we went through a date that marked not only the history of the United States but also of the world. I remember watching my morning cartoons and having them interrupted by a special news...