Legends of the Dark Knight #13 review

Legends of the Dark Knight is dead. Long live Legends of the Dark Knight! Issue #13 might be the end of the series as we know it (monthly and at a price of $3.99) but it will return…

Legends of the Dark Knight, Vol. 1 review

Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight was originally launched in 1989 to attract new readers flooding into comic shops after the release of Tim Burton’s BATMAN. The comic picked up where Frank Miller’s Batman: Year One left off…

Legends of the Dark Knight #12 review

Legends of the Dark Knight #12 features 2 interesting stories that take quite a few risks (something I’d like to see more of from these out-of-continuity tales) and I highly recommend you check them out, but they are…

Legends of the Dark Knight #11 review

“What Happened Was…” is written by Paul Jenkins and illustrated by Omar Francia with colors by Rex Lokus. Jenkins is the former co-author of the New 52 Batman: The Dark Knight which he wrote alongside artist David Finch,…

Legends of the Dark Knight #10 review

This comic begins and ends with a great back-and-forth between Batman and Alfred. Writer David Tischman wrote some fun dialogue between the two that really made me smile. Heck, a brief 1-page scene in which Alfred suggests that…

Legends of the Dark Knight #9 review

I am very excited to talk about these stories. The first one alone makes the book worth buying and the second is just icing on the cake. Plus, it’s it features the best stories Catwoman or Scarecrow have…

Legends of the Dark Knight #8 review

One month later, I’m reviewing Legends of the Dark Knight #8 in a special super-short article before jumping into this week’s Legends #9. Of course, you don’t need to read any previous issue of this series to enjoy…