Brandon Mulholand

I have been a fan of Batman for the last 25 years. My interest in him is not confined to that time frame however as I have read over 4,000 Batman comics spanning all 75 years of his career. I have never met another individual in person who has known more about Batman than me but I am not so arrogant as to believe that they are not out there. While I enjoy the newer works I think that there is no part of Batman's history that should not be relevant and I will strive to expose it to you and encourage you to take part in it.

Batman #51 review

Bruce Wayne is summoned to serve jury duty, but what happens when the case he is assigned to is also one that the Batman…

Batman #49 review

It’s Catwoman to the rescue!  Will the Clown Prince of Crime come out on top and ruin the soon to be wedding nuptials of…

Batman #48 review

It’s Batman and The Joker trading blows in a Gothic Cathedral with shattering glass windows, moody lighting, and The Joker’s penchant for completely erratic…

Batman #47 review

Booster Gold is stuck in a futuristic hell of his own making where everything is a twisted version of its rightful self and all…

Batman #46 review

This week, in Batman #46, it’s more time traveling high jinks with that lovable goofball Booster Gold.  If you thought he made a mess…

Detective Comics #979 review

Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong, The General, releases the entire might of Brother Eye and the Omacs against the recently shattered Batfamily.  Will they be able…

Batman #45 review

If you want to read a really unusual issue of Batman, well, you’ve come to the right place.  However, Batman #45 isn’t so much…

Batman #44 review

It’s time to go shopping for a wedding dress with Catwoman!  But seeing as how this is Selina Kyle, I really don’t think anyone…