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Review: Batman: The Devastator #1

Overview: Superman’s family faces one of their worst nightmares: an evil Batman combined with Doomsday.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The Devastator, an evil, bone-covered Batman, narrates...

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...

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...

Last Week in the Batcave

This is a week filled with joy, Bat-visitors, for this is a week filled with Bat-boys. From Nightwing being cast for the Titans series, to the boys appearing in Batman, Tim being a nerd in Detective...

Last Week in the Batcave

We’re coming from a sad week, a week in which we had to say farewell to Olive and Maps. Gotham Academy has come to an end and to pay proper homage to it BRENDEN FLETCHER, one of the writers of...

Last Week in the Batcave

With SDCC happening this weekend you would think the Batcave would be sooo packed with news, right? Wrong. The ‘Cave was never so lonely, with everyone traveling to sunny California. Most of...

DC Comics TBU Solicitations Breakdown for October 2017

October will be bringing us the first issues of two special Batman series: White Knight and Dark Prince Charming. Written and illustrated by Sean Gordon Murphy, Batman: White Knight #1 will be...

Last Week in the Batcave

This has been an abnormally calm week, one that would make Bruce suspect of what Gotham is cooking up for him for the week to come. And rightly so, because some new projects are starting to sprout,...

Last Week in the Batcave

Themyscira afflicted with bat invasion, this week’s news reads. Following the release of the first cinematographic solo Wonder Woman film this past Thursday, the secret location of Paradise Island...

Last Week in the Batcave

I’d like to start this week’s article with a thankful prayer to Camazotz for not killing this weekly column and allowing us to get to the tenth edition of This Week in the Batcave. For those who...

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...

Last Week in the Batcave

It seems we’ve had a bit of a bunny invasion here in the Batcave this weekend. Batman is here to wish a happy Easter for those who celebrate the holiday, and to pass them bunnies a message: the...

Last Week in the Batcave

Welcome back to this dark and damp place us bats call home. This has been a crazy week with the release of the Justice League first official trailer, Joss Whedon being announced as writer and...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #2

The fight is on in this second issue with the Justice League fighting the Suicide Squad on the island of Badhnisia.  Meanwhile in the Swiss Alps, Maxwell Lord speaks with the group of super villains...

Review: Justice League #5

“The Extinction Machine” story line concludes with this issue. The issue opens with Aquaman on a mission to stop the world from being destroyed. He has a bag of magic crystals that are singing to...

Review: Justice League #3

The issue opens with Wonder Woman’s voice over recapping the events of the last few issues: earthquakes leads to possessed people leads to people fusing together into giant creatures who call...

Review: Justice League #2

The story opens with a newscaster reporting on all of the destruction going on around the world.  During the broadcast, the reporter gets possessed by the Kindred and talks about their rising and...

Review: Justice League #1

The issue opens with Wonder Woman fighting a Russian Militia on a battlefield.  The fighting is interrupted with buildings crumbling and tanks sailing through the air.  It cuts to a news report...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #26

In Brief: As the Bat-Family converges on Mother’s Arctic hideout, Harper Row’s story comes to its climax, demonstrating the true meaning of Batman and Robin for all time.   Summary...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #21

In Brief: In the aftermath of the Cairo disaster, Bruce Wayne must ask himself: how is Batman different than Mother?   Summary (Spoilers): In the past, Batman returns from Egypt and his bloody...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #6

In Brief: In the past, discovering Mother’s operation forces Batman to consider his own actions.   Summary (Spoilers): After Dick Grayson and Tim Drake’s (Red Robin) conflict last issue,...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #2

In Brief:   Characters collide as Dick Grayson, Cassandra Cain, and Stephanie Brown work to thwart the Orphan.   Summary (Spoilers):   The issue opens with the Orphan about to kill...

Review: Batman and Robin Eternal #1

In Brief:   Dick Grayson, Harper Row, and the mysterious Cassandra Cain grapples with foes in the past and present as a mystery rises up around him, threatening to engulf the world in mind...

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....

Batman and Robin Eternal Interview Roundup with Tynion and Daniel

Ahead of October’s upcoming new weekly series Batman and Robin Eternal various websites including Newsarama, Comic Vine, and Comic Book Resources conducted interviews with part of the...

SDCC 2015: DC Announces Next “Batman Eternal” Plus “Robin War”

  In a press event at San Diego Comic Con this morning, head Batman group editor, Mark Doyle, officially announced the sequel to the year-long weekly series Batman Eternal as DC will begin...