New 52 – Batman Incorporated Special #1 review

Not only do I approve of the Batman Incorporated Special but I wouldn’t mind seeing this turn into an annual or semiannual thing. Much like Batman: Black & White or Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Batman Incorporated…

New 52 – Batman, Inc. #13 review

This is one of those reviews where I know that what I write definitely isn’t going to affect anyone’s decision. If you’ve been following this story from as far back as the Batman & Son days or as…

Batman, Incorporated, Vol. 1: Demon Star review

The time for preparation is over. Batman is done globetrotting and recruiting new agents for the war with Leviathan. The war is here in The New 52 Batman Incorporated and with a story that takes place primarily in…

New 52 – Batman, Inc. #12 review

Batman, Inc. #12 delivers the big awesome fight scene we all wanted to see last month but didn’t get. However, with only one issue left, you’ve got to wonder how the heck Morrison is going to wrap all…

New 52 – Batman Inc #11 review

How to explain the craziness of Batman, Inc. #11… Well, it’s a filler issue. I should say that first and foremost. It has nothing–absolutely nothing–to do with the story we’ve been following for the past 10 issues and…

New 52 – Batman Inc. #10 review

The gatefold cover of Batman Inc. #10 is one of the only ones I’ve seen that actually spoils the comic’s ending. I like the cover, but it really does take all the impact out of the story’s final…

New 52 – Batman Inc. #9 review

I’m writing this as I pack for my trip to New York so forgive me for being brief, but Batman Inc. #9 was a bit of a cluster***k of ideas. We’re constantly weaving in and out between scenes…

New 52 – Batman Inc. #8 review

Even if you don’t usually read Batman Incorporated, issue #8 is required reading.¬†Like it or hate it, what happens here is going to resonate in all other Batman comics for (ideally) years to come. I tried to stay…

New 52 – Batman Inc. #7 review

This issue is a mess. There are a number of really interesting things going on and really expressive artwork but it feels like it was written by someone with a severe case of attention deficit disorder. Page after…