Elena Carrillo

Woefully under-read in Batman comics and feeling blue over the impending end to Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy, I set a goal for myself to read every major Batman title since Detective Comics #27 by the time Batman celebrated his 75th birthday. Scratched that goal off my bucket list Summer 2013 and made a beeline to hang out here--to feed my Batman addiction and sharing my obsession with others.

Detective Comics #1000 review

Last year the Guinness World Records recognized Action Comics as the longest-running superhero comic book series. This year Detective Comics no. 1000 pushes the…

Batman #67 review

Tom King makes the absolute best of derivation in this 5th installment of the endless “Knightmares” saga. Do yourselves a favor and just forget…

Batman #66 review

  With “Knightmares: Cat”, Tom King returns to bring us more of our previously scheduled Batman Psychodrama. The label utterly fits: this week’s episode…

Batman #65 review

Joshua Williamson’s “Price” arc continues toward it’s book-jumping crossover conclusion with a chapter titled “The Price of Vengeance” in which payment for Gotham Girl…

Detective Comics #998 review

This week’s “Hell and Back” installment of the “Mythology” arc continues the trend of Peter J. Tomasi using rather cliché titles for what’s so…

Batman #64 review

We interrupt Tom King’s “Nightmare” arc to bring you the first of a four part story from writer Joshua Williamson and artist Guillem March….

Detective Comics #997 review

Peter J. Tomasi just accomplished in less than a single issue of his “Mythology” arc all the same angst and drama, questions, fears, and…

Batman #63 review

I always look forward to an appearance by John Constantine. Tom King continues to try our patience with his Nightmares arc in an issue…