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SDCC 2016: Interview with Scott Snyder

In our final comic creator interview, we talked with Scott Snyder. If you are reading the article on this site, you probably don’t need an introduction, but let’s briefly touch on his...

Review: Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #5

The issue opens atop Gotham City Police headquarters where the bat-signal shines into the sky and Commissioner James Gordon stands waiting for the Dark Knight detective. Appearing before Gordon,...

Review: Secret Six #10

The Six continue their quest to save Black Alice as they risk a Lovecraftian apocalypse in Secret Six #10.   Cosmic horror spoilers below…   The issue opens with a profile of the baddest...

Review: Secret Six #9

Our heroes travel from the bottom of the sea to a creepy rural New England town to save one of their own, but in so doing risk bringing gruesome disaster onto the earth in Secret Six #9.  ...

Review: Secret Six #8

The Secret Six try to save one of their own, Black Alice, as they visit sunken Atlantis and have a run in with the master of the seven seas.   Let there be spoilers…   Our story opens...

Episode 30

The official start of Knightfall is here with Batman #492 and Detective Comics #659. Rob and Terence talk and discuss the importance of Knightfall not only to Batman but as the spring board to the...

Review: Secret Six #6

“Whippings and Apologies” opens with Catman and Strix still conscious facing off with Riddler and his gang. The others: Black Alice, Porcelain and Ventriloquist are unconscious from the knockout...

Review: Secret Six #5

“Block Party” opens in the back yard of Big Shot. Big Shot is barbecuing for the group. After some small talk, Wells asks Blake where Alice and Strix are. Strix is holding the garden gnome in a...

Review: Secret Six #3

“The Nine Levels of Suburbia” opens with Blake jumping around a suburb. He comes across a man beating a dog. Blake intervenes stating that he hates dogs but he hates “waling turds” like this...

Review: Secret Six #2

Issue two of the Secret Six begins with a flashback to eighteen months ago. Blake is shown being hauled away by several unnamed men taunting him as they take him away. We learn that this has...

Episode 124.1

  0:00:00 Intro 0:01:29 Comic News 0:14:22 Batman and Robin #23.1 0:27:34 Batman #23.1 0:39:26 Detective Comics #23.1 0:51:39 Batman: The Dark Knight #23.1 1:09:00 Closing  

TBU’s Villain Wall

You probably have noticed that we kicked off a couple of new episodes of The Batman Universe Villain Wall over the last couple of months. We promised awhile back that we would show off where all of...

TBU Villain Wall Episode 9

  Villains: Ventriloquist and Black Mask Judgement: B-List and Classic Lawyers: Dustin and Jon  

DC Comics TBU Solicitations for September

The DC solicitations for the month of September 2013, which DC has labled as Villian month, have been released, and below you'll find the solicitations for all the main Bat-Books, as well as...

Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #2

Batman: The Dark Knight #2 was written by Paul Jenkins and drawn by David Finch. As usual, they co-plotted the issue.   The issue opens with Two-Face, who I commented looked like he was on...

Batman Live First Look Reaction

  This seems to be the first image we have of the British cast for Batman Live with their costumes, taken from 'The Evening Standard' newspaper in England- I say British cast because I...

Review: Blackest Night: Batman #1

First of all let me get this out of the way. The inclusion of Deadman, aka Boston Brand, in Blackest Night Batman dilutes this story. Yes, I know he has history in the Batman comics and all these...