Batman #24 review

This was a really great issue.  And I’m not even talking about the insane cliffhanger.  (Spoilers, there’s an insane cliffhanger.)  I’m talking about everything leading up to it.  Sure, some people are…

Batman #23 review

This comic is a hoot and a half!  I didn’t really know what to expect going into this story, but I was quite pleasantly surprised with the outcome. The first thing that…

Batman #22 review

Here we are with part 3 of “The Button”, a continuation of the story that began 11 months ago in DC Universe: Rebirth #1.  We’ve already seen an epic battle between Batman…

Batman #21 review

It’s been 11 long months, and I’m sure that many of us have been patiently waiting for DC to continue the story that began in their epic DC Universe: Rebirth #1 that…

Batman #20 review

Batman #20 is the climax to the “I am Bane” story arc, but it’s also the climax to King’s entire sprawling Batman trilogy.  It started with “I am Gotham”, transitioned into “I…

First Details: The War of Jokes and Riddles

Let me tell you guys, FAN EXPO Dallas was great.  Tons of great comics information was revealed over this past weekend, including the upcoming re-teaming of Snyder and Capullo on Dark Nights:…

Batman #19 review

In the last issue, King spent a considerable amount of time illustrating the similarities and differences between Bruce and Bane.  This time, there is an entirely different parallel at play, but it’s…

Batman #18 review

I don’t like how King forces characters to fit into a mold they don’t belong in just so he can tell the story he wants to tell.  To be honest, I think…

DC teases Looney Tunes crossover comics

Details are scarce, but DC Comics just shared a pretty cryptic blog post: Stay tuned. Jonah Hex. Yosemite Sam. Martian Manhunter. Marvin the Martian. Lobo. The Road Runner. Batman. Elmer Fudd. Say what…