New 52 – Batman #26 review

It’s odd to see the Gotham blackout and Riddler take such a backseat, but the idea of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo reimagining Batman’s first supervillain, Doctor Death, has managed to be…

New 52 – Batman #25 review

Edward Nygma has thrown Gotham into blackness and there are riots in the streets, but still the only thing on the GCPD’s mind is the apprehension of the vigilante known as Batman….

New 52 – Batman #24 review

At 64 pages, this isn’t a comic book, it’s a novella. And while the $6.99 price might sound high at first, I assure you it’s well worth every penny. Issue #24 is…

Batman #23.4 – Bane #1 review

The architect behind the upcoming Arkham War event, Peter J. Tomasi, gives us his last Villain book of the month and it’s about one of the most popular Batman villains of our…

Batman #23.3 – Penguin #1 review

“Bullies” by Frank Tieri and Christian Duce is a pretty satisfying Penguin story for those who loved Gregg Hurwitz’s portrayal of the character back in Penguin: Pain & Prejudice. It doesn’t try…

Batman #23.1 – Joker #1 review

Many readers are going to hate this one. Joker #1 is a Villains Month comic that doesn’t acknowledge the events of Forever Evil whatsoever. That is, unless Jackanapes will play a larger…

New 52 – Batman #23 review

Visually it’s one of the most impressive comics you’ll read this month, story-wise Scott Snyder’s Zero Year has never opened itself up to more comparison to Frank Miller’s Batman: Year One. In…

New 52 – Batman Annual #2 review

Yes, I really do think that this is the weakest issue of the New 52 Batman series so far and here’s why… First of all, the cover by Jock is awesome. It’s so…