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 #24 review

This adventure encompasses everything that I have come to expect from Batman Eternal: abounding action, elaborate schemes, and shadowy villains!!!!  Another penchant this issue…

Batman Eternal #23 review

I’ve heard many people say that Mob Boss doesn’t really suit Selina.  But let us not forget that she wasn’t always a cat burglar: …

Batman Eternal #22 review

Kyle Higgins puts forth a super tight narrative, with no sidetracks or interruptions, featuring revealed secrets, classic Batman action, and two awesome villains!  Surely, this…

Batman Eternal #21 review

Pardon my French, but Alfred Pennyworth is an utter badass!  You would be forgiven for forgetting this fact as we are accustomed to seeing…

Batman #34 review

I am aware that a lot of you are concerned about #34 and/or the End Game story line (coming up in October)  potentially ruining…

Batman Eternal #19 review

Personally, I’ve always felt that Jason delivered his most worthwhile contribution upon dying.  His death sent ripples through the DC Universe that are still…