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 Eternal #30 review

Deus Ex Machina is an ancient theatre term.  The literal translation is god from the machine and the machine refers to a device typically…

Batman Eternal #28 review

The cover would lead one to believe that Batgirl is the star of this issue; the solicitations would point you toward Catwoman being the…

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…

Batman Eternal #27 review

Batgirl finally confronts Bard!  I have really been looking forward to this exchange and knew it had to be coming sooner or later (once…

Batman Eternal #26 review

Does the new background story for Hush maintain the integrity and essence of the original character?  I’d like to be able to give you…

Detective Comics #35 review

America is the enemy!  Extremely weighty material for your average comic book fanfare.  If you read comics as a respite from your daily toils,…

Batman Eternal #25 review

James Tynion IV crafts a character driven story, but I felt like he failed to represent half of the characters in an appropriate way. …