POSTED BY Chris Gering ON April 11, 2013 1 Comment
Greetings Bat boys and girls. Time for a new match-up. Lex Luthor vs. Batman. Just to reiterate, we’re using the same criteria as Superman vs. Batman.
We’ll be looking at Jeph Loeb’s Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. If you’re not familiar with the plot, Lex puts a bounty on Superman’s head and Bats help Big Blue get out of trouble. Especially considering Lex is the President at this point in continuity. Now, to business kids.
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON February 27, 2013 2 Comments
Warner Bros. has sent over details for the next episode of Young Justice. The episode will air this Saturday, March 2 at 10:30AM ET/PT on Cartoon Network.
Synopsis: The team embarks on a desperate endeavor to free Blue Beetle!
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON October 1, 2011 Add Comments
All-Star Western (2011-) #1 ($3.99)
Jonah Hex’s travels take him to Gotham City in this first issue of the relaunched All-Star Western.
Batgirl (2009-2011) #1-6 ($1.99 each)
The first six issues of Bryan Q. Miller’s run of the Stephanie Brown Batgirl title.
Batman and the Outsiders #11-14, Batman and the Outsiders Special #1, The Outsiders #17-20 ($1.99 each except for the Special which is $2.99)
Takes the Outsiders story through Batman RIP, to Batman Reborn.
Batman: Gotham Knights…
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POSTED BY David Healey ON December 22, 2010 1 Comment
Editor's Note: Dark Knight Dave gives us a bonus review inside this one with not only a review of Superman/Batman #78, but also the recent Brightest Day #15. Enjoy!
Have you ever noticed how often lately that Batman ends up dead in the pages of comic books? It’s an intriguing prospect and one that provides endless opportunities to rewrite the Batman mythos. For one, Batman is seemingly an invincible character. He’s the world’s…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON September 21, 2010 Add Comments
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 the behind the scenes details about some of the episodes. So what did I think? Well, let's cover what is in the set.
The set includes twenty episodes and one two hour episode. This season of Smallville dives more into the lore of Superman by continuing Clark's job at The Daily Planet and building…
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POSTED BY David Healey ON January 6, 2010 Add Comments
Everyone’s favorite 10 year old crime fighter is back and this time he is teaming up with Metropolis’ own Guardian in the second entry of the four part “World’s Finest” miniseries. Before I get to the nuts and bolts of the book (and how lucky Guardian must feel to be working with Damian) allow me to address the title of “World Finest” itself.
The title “World’s Finest” to me means the very best our planet has to offer in the way of super hero crime fighters. And…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON December 3, 2009 Add Comments
This is another show that you most likely have already seen. You might even already own the individual seasons. For the very first time the series is collected in one form on DVD. The series first aired in the late nineties after the success of Batman: The Animated Series. It featured Big Red saving Metropolis from the perils of many of his own rogues' gallery. It aired over three seasons and ended before the Timmverse continued on with…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON October 29, 2009 1 Comment
Plastic Man. Plastic Man. Do you know who Plastic Man is? Well, let me give you a little back history. Plastic Man was created by Jack Cole in 1941. He originally appeared in Police Comics which was published by Quality Comics. Plastic Man was originally a crook and con artist. On one of his heists at a chemical plant, he was shot and acid got in his wound. He escaped and found himself in a monastery. Well there he realized that he wanted to…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON September 29, 2009 1 Comment
A week and a half ago, one of our contacts at Warner Bros. sent over a DVD version of Superman/Batman: Public Enemies for us to review. So what better way to review the film then by posting it the day the film comes out so that you can find out what I think of the film and whether it is worth buying or not. Let's get into it.
When I first heard about this film being made, I was kind of…
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