Batman Beyond (comic)

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…

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,…

Batman Beyond #40 review

If it weren’t so similar to previous issues, Batman Beyond #40 would more successfully set a course for the series to proceed. Ever since…

Batman Beyond #39 review

Much to its benefit, Dan Jurgens’ Batman Beyond usually features a consistent art team on each arc. While not every artist featured in the…

Batman Beyond #38 review

The new Batwoman takes center stage in Batman Beyond #38 as she tears across Gotham leaving Bruce and Matt McGinnis playing catch up. While…

Batman Beyond #37 review

Dan Jurgens’ Batman Beyond is in a transitional state after the previous arc has left Terry with amnesia and has introduced a mystery newcomer…

Batman Beyond #36 review

Batman Beyond #36 concludes what is definitely the weakest arc in Dan Jurgens’ otherwise very solid run. Even at the series’ lowest point, Jurgens…

Batman Beyond #35 review

I’ve been reading and watching a lot of Batman Beyond the last few weeks to re-familiarize myself with the world and its characters. In…

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…