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 #37 review

Batman #37 is all about the comedy.  If you’re looking for crime fighting and super villains, you won’t find that here. As the title…

Detective Comics #970 review

Detective Comics #970 primarily focuses on Tim Drake overcompensating for his prolonged absence, Clayface trying to cure his “condition”, and…a truckload of Cyber Assassins?!?…

Batman #36 review

Batman is engaged…and he hasn’t told his bestest bud Superman yet. The issue consists of both Lois and Catwoman trying to get their men…

Batman Annual #2 review

Batman and Catwoman.  How did they meet?  How did they eventually come to fall in love?  And what’s mouse poop got to do with…

Detective Comics #969 review

Stephanie is back on the team, politics once again put Gotham against Batman, and the villains are amassing to counter Batman’s Gotham Knights.  All…

Batman #35 review

In the last issue of Batman, we were left with a cliffhanger that teased a climactic sword duel between Catwoman and Talia Al Ghul….and…

Batman #34 review

Batman and Catwoman enter a forbidden zone and are met with opposition in the form of Talia Al Ghul.  Being one of the Dark…