Batman #36 review

Excuse me for a moment while I pick my brain up off the floor, it seems to have leaked out my ear because it could not contain the level of awesomeness that…

Batman #35 review

When you start off a Batman story with Bruce recovering from Scarecrow fear toxin, every single thing afterward is subject to speculation!  I can’t help but wonder: could it be a complete red…

Batman: Futures End #1 review

Back in 1991, DC comics published a story called Armageddon 2001. It was a cross over events that included every corner of the DC Universe in which a hero, called Monarch, turns…

Batman #34 review

I am aware that a lot of you are concerned about #34 and/or the End Game story line (coming up in October)  potentially ruining events from Eternal, as End Game is set…

Batman #33 review

It’s finally time to match wits with the Riddler! Going into this issue, my excitement was mixed with worries.  It had many challenges that I knew Snyder was going to have to…

Batman #32 review

The Riddler has set up his maze, dropped in the mice, and now is just watching as they scurry about trying to get that cheese. While the underlying plot that the Riddler…

Batman #31 review

Riddle me this…what do you get when you cross a classic super villain death trap, Gordon defying the laws of physics, fire breathing, and scenes reflecting the recent Christopher Nolan films.  You…

New 52 – Batman #30 review

Any casual fan could pick up part one of Zero Year’s Secret City or Dark City and grasp that this was a Batman origin, but show them part one of Savage City and…

New 52 – Batman #29 review

Not to cause a scandal or alarm anyone in any way, but I wasn’t blown away by the conclusion to “Dark City.” Yep, I’m the guy. I’m the guy who is going…