Daniel Cheeseman

Hi, I’m Daniel. I’m a lifelong Batman fan and I live in the U.K. with my wife, who I indoctrinate daily with new facts about the Dark Knight. I mostly survived on the animated series and the Tim Burton movies until I moved to a city with a comic shop in 2005 and became a prolific comic book reader. I love writing and drawing, especially comic book inspired art. My favourite series in Bat history is The Long Halloween. I also collect the figures, play the video games and attend conventions dressed as Batman characters!

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Batgirl #35 review

In my coverage of Batgirl #34, I celebrated the arrival of entertaining new versions of The Terrible Trio, and bemoaned the continued surfeit of…

Batgirl #34 review

In Batgirl #34, a new story arc begins. Its called ‘Terrible,’ which I’m glad to say does not describe the quality of the issue….

Batgirl #33 review

‘Old Enemies,’ the last arc of Batgirl, left plenty of loose threads hanging, so the last thing Babs needs right now is another distraction….

Batgirl #32 review

Batgirl #32 is titled ‘Old Enemies: Finale’ but it doesn’t involve a dramatic showdown between old enemies and it doesn’t feel like the end…

Batgirl #31 review

Batgirl #31 doesn’t get off to a good start. Last issue opened with an essential recap because important events had taken place between issue…

Batgirl #30 review

Batgirl #30 marks the beginning of a new arc, ‘Old Enemies.’ I really enjoyed Mairghread Scott’s first storyline but I wasn’t enamoured of Wyrm…

Titans #30 review

Ben Oliver’s cover for Titans #30 really rubs it in your face, doesn’t it? At the beginning of Rebirth, Titans was one of the…

Batman Beyond #26 review

In part two of ‘The Final Joke,’ our heroes deal with the repercussions of the explosion in issue #25 and the equally explosive news…

Titans #29 review

In Titans #28, Dan Abnett delivered a script packed with character progression, logical plotting, plausible decisions, mischievous humour, and an uplifting message about persevering in…