POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON January 3, 2013 5 Comments
So the Joker has this massive story line where he personally goes after Batman and his allies because somehow he has gained intimate knowledge about whom each of them are.
Okay, so this has been a kick-ass storyline so far, and no doubt will end in such a glorious fashion as only Scott Synder can provide these days. The question is though, what’s next? Oh yes, in Batman things move on to The Riddler and down the road we shall see the return of The Red Hood Gang…
Tags: bane, batman beyond: return of the joker, batman: death in the family, batman: death of the family, batman: hush, batman: knightfall, batman: streets of gotham, batman: the animated series, dc comics, detective comics, elseworlds, heath ledger, hush, identity crisis, joker, paul dini, red hood gang, riddler, scott snyder, secret six, the dark knight, tommy elliot, what's bothering tbu
POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON September 20, 2011 Add Comments
The latest Batman related Eaglemoss figure came out recently, #89, and this time around it features Hush (It was only a matter of time). Once again the figure is a lead, scale model of the comic character which comes with a magazine giving insight into the character's origin and pivotal storylines.
When I first head that Eaglemoss were producing this figure, my first thought was, will they have enough information to fill the magazine? Well the truth is, no! I've found that in the back few pages of the magazines there is often a feature, usually related to the main character…
Tags: batman, batman: streets of gotham, batwoman, eaglemoss, hush, jh williams, tommy elliot
POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON April 16, 2011 Add Comments
Batman and Robin #9 ($1.99)
Continuing the “Blackest Knight” story, a recuperating Damian gets a visit from his mother and grandfather.
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #114 ($1.99)
Oracle starts training Misfit while Lady Blackhawk and Huntress have a Girls Night Out.
Brightest Day #14 ($1.99)
Bruce Wayne is back from being stuck in time and Deadman thinks he is a perfect candidate for the White Lantern ring.
DC: The New Frontier #4 ($2.99)
Superman, The Challengers of the Unknown and The Suicide Squad investigate an extraterrestrial…
Tags: alan scott, anansi, barbara gordon, batman, batman and robin, birds of prey, brightest day, bruce wayne, challengers of the unknown, damian wayne, dc: the new frontier, deadman, detective comics, ed brubaker, gotham central, gotham city sirens, green lantern, greg rucka, huntress, jla, joe kelly, josie mac, judd winick, justice league international, justice league of america, justice league: generation lost, lady blackhawk, maxwell lord, misfit, oracle, patrick zircher, plastic man, ra's al ghul, renee montoya, scott kolins, suicide squad, superman, superman/batman, talia al ghul, tommy elliot, vixen, will eisner award, world's finest
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…
Tags: andy lanning, animal man, batman, batman and robin, batman beyond, batman: streets of gotham, batwoman, birds of prey, black alice, bruce wayne, challengers of the unknown, damian wayne, dan abnett, dark side club, dc: the new frontier, deathstroke, dick grayson, ed brubaker, ed mcguinness, england, gcpd, gotham central, gotham city, gotham city sirens, greg rucka, harley quinn, hush, jla, joe kelly, justice league of america, knight, maxine gibson, michael johnson, michael lark, misfit, owlman, ragman, ryan ottley, sean mckeever, sean murphy, squire, superman, superman/batman, terry mcginnis, tommy elliot, ultraman, vixen, whilce portacio
POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON April 2, 2011 Add Comments
Alright, we’ve got a big Bat-Week here on the Digital App.
Batman and Robin #1-6 ($1.99 each)
The first 6 issues of Grant Morrison’s epic of Dick Grayson & Damian Wayne’s adventures. Drawn by Frank Quietly and Philip Tan, this was one of the hottest books of 2009.
Batman: Streets of Gotham #16 ($1.99)
Continuing the Heart Of Hush story, this time delving into the pasts of the Waynes.
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #111-112 ($1.99 each)
It’s Oracle vs. Calculator in # 111 and Lady Blackhawk honors a…
Tags: alex ross, batman and robin, batman: streets of gotham, birds of prey, calculator, catwoman, damian wayne, dc: the new frontier, detective comics, dick grayson, doug braithwaite, frank quitely, gotham city sirens, grant morrison, harley quinn, hush, jim krueger, jla, joe kelly, justice, justice league of america, lady blackhawk, oracle, paul dini, philip tan, poison ivy, silver age, superman/batman, tommy elliot, vixen
POSTED BY Erik Rinard ON March 28, 2011 Add Comments
This month, Batman: Streets of Gotham and its storyline “House of Hush” reach their conclusions, and if I had to choose any issue to leave on it would be this. The action is visceral, the plot twists are jarring, and there is limitless proof of the creative team’s outstanding abilities. It’s a shame that these qualities were missing from the majority of this arc’s run, a situation that was only magnified by the sheer volume of filler and interruptions…
Tags: abuse, batman, batman: streets of gotham, bruce wayne, captain marvel, damian wayne, derek fridolfs, dr death, dustin nguyen, hulk, hush, jane doe, joker, judson pierce, martha kane, paul dini, thomas wayne, tommy elliot, victor zsasz, wayne tower
POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON March 12, 2011 Add Comments
March 2, 2011:
Batman Beyond Volume 2 #18-19 ($1.99 each)
Blight, the villain responsible for Terry’s Dad’s murder, returns in #18 and Ma Mayhem’s crew returns in # 19.
Batman Beyond Volume 4 #3 ($2.99)
Batman and the JLU now join forces against the Matter Master in this one.
Batman: Streets of Gotham #12 ($1.99)
Dick deals with the fallout of Zsasz’s crime wave and Manhunter’s new enemy makes things personal in the co-feature.
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #108 ($1.99)
Barbara finds Misfit’s parents and the crossover…
Tags: barbara gordon, batman, batman beyond, batman: streets of gotham, birds of prey, birds of prey: manhunt, black canary, blight, bruce wayne, catwoman, chuck dixon, clark kent, dc comics, dick grayson, flash, gorilla grodd, huntress, jla, jokerz, justice, justice league of america, ma mayhem, manhunter, matt haley, matter master, misfit, oracle, queen bee, queen of fables, royal flush gang, secret six, shazam, silver banshee, superman, superman/batman, terry mcginnis, tommy elliot, victor zsasz, wonder woman
POSTED BY Josh Gobble ON March 11, 2011 Add Comments
What’s that noise? That’s my opinion of Batman: Streets of Gotham backing up. This one issue was enough for me to take a complete 180 degree turn on this book. What we have here is an issue made up almost entirely of one flashback. Before the flashback begins, Paul Dini gives the status quo of the rest of the players in the current story. Batman and Catwoman escape from the police who were apparently deployed because Bedbug had set…
Tags: batman, batman: streets of gotham, bedbug, bruce wayne, catwoman, dr death, hush, judson pierce, justice society of america, paul dini, selina kyle, tommy elliot, wayne tower
POSTED BY Erik Rinard ON January 29, 2011 Add Comments
This month’s issue of Batman: Streets of Gotham jumps straight into the action, and so shall we. Hush’s recently acquired mob squad has led him to the lair of Dr. Death, whose efforts to mercilessly kill them all are quickly thwarted. Hush strong arms the masked villain into his employ, and his plan to murder Bruce Wayne finally starts to pick up some steam. While this is all an improvement from last week, it’s actually out-shined by a mostly…
Tags: batman: streets of gotham, bedbug, bruce wayne, derek fridolfs, dr death, dustin nguyen, gotham city, hush, joker, paul dini, ragman, tommy elliot
POSTED BY Josh Gobble ON January 24, 2011 Add Comments
My immediate thoughts after seeing the cover to this month’s Batman: Streets of Gotham were, “What the heck is the Joker doing there?” Now of course that’s not a bad thing by any means, but I was still caught a little off guard since he has not played any role in "The House of Hush" up to this point. So I had high hopes for this issue and was excited to see how Paul Dini would incorporate the psychopathic…
Tags: alfred pennyworth, anthony marchetti, batman, batman: streets of gotham, bedbug, bruce wayne, catwoman, dr death, dustin nguyen, gotham city, hush, john zatara, joker, paul dini, sal marchetti, selina kyle, thomas wayne, tommy elliot, wayne enterprises