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…

Batman #36 review

Batman is engaged…and he hasn’t told his bestest bud Superman yet. The issue consists of both Lois and Catwoman trying to get their men to call the other.  In turn, Batman and…

Batman #35 review

In the last issue of Batman, we were left with a cliffhanger that teased a climactic sword duel between Catwoman and Talia Al Ghul….and that’s exactly what this issue delivers! This isn’t…

Batman #34 review

Batman and Catwoman enter a forbidden zone and are met with opposition in the form of Talia Al Ghul.  Being one of the Dark Knight’s former lovers, Talia seems to be taking…

Batman #33 review

Whether I love what King is doing or hate what King is doing, there is always one thing that I find consistent in his work, and that is his penchant for taking…

Batman #32 review

Did Selina say, “Yes”.  Did Selina say, “No”.  That’s probably the biggest question on everyone’s mind right now.  But before we get to that, we need to evaluate the rest of the…