Batman #43 review

What does it mean to be Batman?  Is Batman a job or a costume?  Is he a symbol or beacon?  Does he stand for justice or vengeance?  Is he a mask or…

Gotham Academy #9 review

This issue has everything you’ve come to expect from Gotham Academy: creepy locations, Maps being Maps, getting one question answered only to have it be replaced by three new ones, and quotes…

DC offers discounted digital comic bundles

I’ll let this one mostly speak for itself. Today, Wednesday 8/12, exclusively on Readdcentertainment.com and Comixology.com, marks the launch of DC Entertainment’s FIRST EVER digital comic bundles. DC Entertainment is bundling together…

DC Comics Bombshells #1 review

For this, my 100th review for Batman-News.com, I am especially pleased to be bringing you a new No. 1 from a series that I’m personally excited about. DC Comics Bombshells has a…

Justice League: Gods and Monsters #1 review

Justice League: Gods and Monsters #1: “Genesis” Story by J. M. DeMatteis and Bruce Timm Written by J. M. DeMatteis Illustrated by Thony Silas Colored by Tony Aviña Lettered by Saida Temofonte…

Back Issue Review: Batman Special #1

Batman Special #1: “The Player on the Other Side” Written by Mike W. Barr Illustrated by Michael Golden Inked by Mike DeCarlo Colored by Adrienne Roy As part of their “Gotham’s Finest”…

Batman Beyond #3 review

Two months ago, the “definitive continuity” of the DC Universe was shifted on its end with the disastrous results of Future’s End and Tim Drake’s transportation to a future ruled by the sentient robot…

Justice League 3001 #2 review

Last issue, the world of the JL3K leapt forward months into the future.  I wasn’t sure how Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis would handle the jump, but the flow has not been…

Midnighter #3 review

Midnighter #3 Written by Steve Orlando Pencils by ACO Inks by ACO and Hugo Petrus Colors by Romulo Fajaroo Jr Oh Midnighter, you psychotic, yet soft-hearted bastard… I know you’re completely insane,…