Batman Eternal #13 review

If your coming to Batman Eternal #13 expecting action, or even Batman, then you have come to the wrong place.  While you won’t be getting your action fix this week from Eternal…

Batman #32 review

The Riddler has set up his maze, dropped in the mice, and now is just watching as they scurry about trying to get that cheese. While the underlying plot that the Riddler…

Batman Eternal #12 review

Whoever helmed those first 3 issues is definitely back in the driver seat.  We don’t get action in this issue but what we do get is a bunch of great dialogue between…

Batwing #31 review

Come for the fight but stay for the family drama.  While 3/4 of this issue is dedicated to a no-holds-barred fight scene of epic proportions, I actually found myself drawn more to…

Batman #31 review

Riddle me this…what do you get when you cross a classic super villain death trap, Gordon defying the laws of physics, fire breathing, and scenes reflecting the recent Christopher Nolan films.  You…

Batman Eternal #11 review

This issue is quite a shock both in it’s tone and visual style.  In the industry it is as common as it is uncommon for a cover artist to also contribute to…

Batman Eternal #10 review

This is the first issue of Eternal that has had a misstep.  Over the last ten issues eternal has introduced us to almost a dozen plots and with that many balls in…

Batman Eternal #9 review

This week in Batman Eternal we go on an investigation into the past of our main antagonist, an old rivalry heats up, and somehow a minor character survives what should have been…

Batman Eternal #8 review

When presenting a story to an audience there are several routes one can utilize in order to deliver it.  The route I prefer is through the eyes of the main character.  When…

Batman Eternal #7 review

Batman Eternal started off strong in the first 4 issues of the series.  Setting up an intriguing scenario in which a villain from the past is longing for a Gotham of the…