Batman: Arkham Unhinged #12 review

This was alright. It had its moments and features some attractive and exciting artwork. Seeing as how the 2nd Azrael isn’t going to be showing up in the New 52 anytime soon this is pretty much your only…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged, Vol. 1 review

For a little over a year now the series Arkham Unhinged has been going up online as a digital first and then collected in print copies that show up in stores a few months later. The story of…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #11 review

I’m feeling rather tuckered out after writing the massive 6,700 word The Dark Knight Returns review and today’s Batman #17 so expect for the rest of today’s reviews to be pretty short and to the point because this…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #10 review

If only every issue were as good as this one! Batman: Arkham Unhinged #10 is a great stand alone story that has great art, wonderful surprises, solid references to the video game it’s based on, and it does…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #9 review

Here we have a Mad Hatter story that takes place within the Arkham City video game’s timeline. It isn’t a prequel. It also doesn’t jive with the events of Arkham City very well and that’s a big problem…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #8 review

Well that’s probably the best story this comic has had since issue #2. Sure, it doesn’t flow very well, but the artwork is good and seeing a Killer Croc origin story is a refreshing change of pace and…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #7 (print copy) review

I like to think that I saw everything Batman did in Batman: Arkham City from the moment Bruce Wayne was abducted until Batman brushed past Gordon without saying a word. I believe that I did see everything because…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #6 review (print copy)

Robin hears that there’s an underground fight club in Arkham City so he disguises himself as an inmate and goes inside the prison to investigate. He finds Penguin, gets in a brawl and runs away when Bane shows…