Batman and Robin #23.1 – Two-Face #1 review

The best villain’s month issue I’ve read yet. Writer Peter J. Tomasi doesn’t devote the entire comic to flashbacks to an origin story we’ve seen countless times, he actually deals with the aftermath of Forever Evil, which is…

New 52 – Batman and Nightwing #23 review

Go fetch a box of tissues, bat-fans, because Peter J. Tomasi is here to make you shed some tears. “But it features Nightwing this month and Nightwing always makes me smile!” you exclaim. Well, I hate to break…

New 52 – Batman and Catwoman #22 review

LATE REVIEW EDITION I was at Comic-Con last week so I didn’t read this book until…ten minutes ago…ish. Seeing as how most of you have probably already made your decision as to whether or not you’ll buy this…

New 52 – Batman and Batgirl #21 review

We’ve reached the bargaining phase of Batman’s 5 stages of grief and it’s Batgirl’s turn at the plate as the latest guest star. In addition to all of that it was also hinted in the last issue that…

Batman and Robin, Vol. 2: Pearl review

Batman and Robin, Vol. 2 has what is probably the most macabre looking cover to ever accompany the title “Pearl.” This volume also happens to be, in my opinion, the low-point in an otherwise terrific series. Content Pearl…

New 52 – Batman and Red Hood #20 review

Remember how Talia placed a bounty on Damian’s head and a whole mess of assassins jumped at the chance to shoot a 10 year old boy for five-hundred million dollars? Yeah… Batman didn’t forget about that and now…

New 52 – Batman & Red Robin #19 review

There is a school of thought out there that Batman’s rogues gallery is the very best because each villain is in some way a perverse incarnation of Batman himself. Batman & Red Robin #19 is terrific evidence of…

New 52 – Batman and Robin #18 review

Talk about heartbreaking! The only other time I was this glassy eyed by the end of a Batman comic was Neil Gaiman’s Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?  I’ll tell you right now that this is an absolute,…