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Review: Detective Comics #968

Overview: “A Lonely Place of Living” concludes as Tim confronts his future alongside his family.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): Ulysses Armstrong, “The General,” works sullenly in the...

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...

Review: Detective Comics #967

Overview: Red Robin Tim reunites with the team, but Batman Tim from the future has dark plans afoot.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): Bruce obsessively replays the footage of Tim’s “death.”...

Review: Suicide Squad #19

To catch you up: Amanda Waller greedily thought she could control General Zod for her own gain. Zod went rogue, and blew the top of his head off, so that Waller couldn’t blow it up via...

Review: Suicide Squad #18

To catch you up: Amanda Waller, wanting the ultimate weapon on her team captured the Black Sphere – which is a gateway to the Phantom Zone – and let General Zod out. Placing a Kryptonite...

Review: Suicide Squad #17

To catch you up: Amanda Waller stole a gateway to the Phantom Zone, and pulled General Zod out. Using SCIENCE!… she plants a Kryptonite bomb inside his head, of which she received from Lex...

Review: Suicide Squad #16

To catch you up: A while back, Amanda Waller sent her team on a mission, and they came back with an orb (turned out to be a gateway to the Phantom Zone) and found that General Zod was inside. Waller...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal Preview

In Brief:   Just as in Batman #28, we are propelled into the future of the Eternal storyline, promising wild international action as well as interpersonal intrigue between Batman and Robin....

Review: Detective Comics #1

Over the past year, I think it’s safe to say that Tony Daniel hasn’t been the greatest writer that has written Batman, and to be honest, I think it’s safe to say that he...