Michael Escalante

37 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Batman Beyond #42 review

Batman Beyond #42 should be a slam-dunk for Dan Jurgens and Sean Chen. It brings the main cast back together, positions Terry’s return to...

Year of the Villain: Hell Arisen #4 review

It’s been a long journey to the point Hell Arisen #4 brings us to. With several miniseries, tie-in issues and crossovers galore, the main...

Nightwing #70 review

Nightwing #70, written by Dan Jurgens with pencils by Ryan Benjamin, clarifies a few muddy plot points from previous issues but without much elegance....

Catwoman #21 review

Joelle Jones brings her Raina Creel saga to its conclusion in the technically competent, but uninspired Catwoman #21 that mostly goes through the motions....

Harley Quinn #71 review

I don’t follow wrestling and I don’t necessarily have a soft spot in my heart for Harley Quinn so color me surprised at how...

Batman Beyond #41 review

Batman Beyond #41 is the best issue of Dan Jurgens’ amnesiac Terry plotline that began back with the False Face arc. Sean Chen’s pencils,...

Leviathan Dawn #1 review

Leviathan Dawn’s mission is clear. It wants to bridge the gap between Event Leviathan and the upcoming Event Leviathan: Checkmate as it sifts through the...

Nightwing #69 review

Dan Jurgens’ Nightwing is definitely trending in the right direction in recent months. While Dick still doesn’t know which memories are real or implanted,...

Catwoman #20 review

Joelle Jones’ Catwoman is now a zombie book. As we near the conclusion of Jones’ Creel saga, what stands out the most is a...

Gotham City Monsters #6 review

Steve Orlando and Amancay Nahuelpan’s Gotham City Monsters is one of the biggest surprises from DC in the past few months. Every aspect of...

Follow Batman News

114,516FansLike
96,117FollowersFollow
72,600SubscribersSubscribe

Latest News

Quarantine Book Club – Batman: Prey

Alright! Welcome to our first ever Quarantine Book Club! This week we will be discussing Batman: Prey by Doug Moench and Paul Gulacy. A...

Batman and his biggest fan celebrate their anniversaries in First Appearance Funko POP!s

Batman first burst onto the scene in 1939's Detective Comics #27. 20 years later, Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff introduced the world to Bat-Mite, the...
Shutterstock - James Gunn - Kathy Hutchins

James Gunn teases spoilers for The Suicide Squad

James Gunn took some time out of his quarantine to answer some fan questions on Twitter, and while he didn't give too much away,...
Shazam - Behind the Scenes - David F Sandberg - 01

David F. Sandberg confirms Shazam! 2 scheduled to film in 2020

Shazam! 2 is set to be filmed this year, but if that is actually going to happen is a question mark for now thanks...

Get Metal with Funko’s Red Death and Devastator POP!s

Funko recently sent Batman News a rather huge box of goodies, and I've been having a blast photographing everything. Two of said goodies are Dark Nights:...