New 52 – Batman: The Dark Knight #29 review

It’s over. Batman: The Dark Knight #29 marks the end of my least-favorite solo Batman title. Before I get started let me just briefly point out where this series went wrong: It originally started before the New 52…

New 52 – Batman: The Dark Knight #28 review

I always loathe when “There’s a new __Name A Villain_ and this one’s worse than the original!” or “_Name A Villain__ has a Father/Mother/Daughter/Son you’ve never heard of and they’re a villain now too!” and there’s a lot of…

Exclusive Preview: Batman: The Dark Knight #28

One of the best Batman artists working today, Ethan Van Sciver, rejoins writer Gregg Hurwitz for a 2-part Man-Bat tale that will serve as the grand finale of the Batman: The Dark Knight series that began with the launch of…

Batman: The Dark Knight, Vol. 3: Mad review

“Mad” is bloody. How bloody? Well, the cover you see was originally part of a gate-fold, which when extended revealed the second half of a larger image: Mad Hatter riding his own private gondola afloat a river of…

New 52 – Batman: The Dark Knight #27 review

During the Christmas season, Batman discovered that Penguin was forcing illegal immigrants to work in his sweat shops, but just as soon as Batman began his investigation he was captured. Issue #27 begins with Batman caged and awaiting…

New 52 – Batman: The Dark Knight #26 review

There have been a number of occasions in which I’ve told readers to pick up a copy of the soon-to-be-canceled Batman: The Dark Knight, but ignore all the words and just enjoy the visuals. Well, I can say that…

Batman: The Dark Knight to end with issue #29

Batman: The Dark Knight will come to an end in March 2014 with issue #29. Author Gregg Hurwitz just made the announcement on his website: Batman is forever, but sadly not all of his titles are. Batman: The Dark…

New 52 – Batman: The Dark Knight #25 review

It was an arc that felt “too soon” what with Clayface already having a 2-parter in Snyder & Capullo’s Batman and another short story in John Layman & Jason Fabok’s Detective Comics, but the first chapter of Gregg…

New 52 – Batman: The Dark Knight #24 review

Although our hero’s name is emphasized twice in the title he actually doesn’t appear once in these pages. In fact, Batman: The Dark Knight #24 feels more like a Villains Month release, but that’s not necessarily a bad…