Batman #45 review

If you want to read a really unusual issue of Batman, well, you’ve come to the right place.  However, Batman #45 isn’t so much a Batman story as it is a Booster…

Batman #44 review

It’s time to go shopping for a wedding dress with Catwoman!  But seeing as how this is Selina Kyle, I really don’t think anyone expected this process to follow the norm….and it…

Batman #43 review

Batman #41 was a creepy psychological thriller. Then, Batman #42 did a 180 and gave us silly slapstick mixed with unexplainable scenarios. With Batman #43, we’ve yet again flipped in a completely…

Batman #42 review

Two weeks ago, in the pages of Batman, Ivy took over the entire world in order to make it a better place….and I found the opening act to “Everyone Loves Ivy” absolutely…

Batman #41 review

Batman #41 is the first chapter of the three-part arc, Everyone Loves Ivy. The premise of the arc is that Poison Ivy, through the elemental force of the Green, enthralls the entire…

Batman #40 review

Batman #40 is the conclusion of the Super Friends arc, and it picks up right where #39 left off. In the previous issue we were introduced to the Gentle Man and the…

Batman #39 review

The premise of Batman #39 is fairly simple.  Wonder Woman and Batman team up to fight an endless horde of monsters in a parallel dimension.  But seeing how this is written by…

Batman #38 review

Batman #38 is, simply put, wonderful. I’ve literally been waiting to get a story like this for the last 6 years.  Back in 2015, there was a flashback scene from Batman&Robin Eternal…

Batman #37 review

Batman #37 is all about the comedy.  If you’re looking for crime fighting and super villains, you won’t find that here. As the title on the cover implies, this issue features a…