Batman #31 review

This issue is pretty straight forward and predictable, which isn’t something I’ve come to expect from King.  Even when I’ve disliked a route he has chosen to take, it’s still been fresh. …

Batman #30 review

We’ve come to Batman #30, which is our second interlude in “The War of Jokes and Riddles” and the conclusion to “The Ballad of Kite Man”… …hell yeah. If I had to…

Batman #29 review

You are cordially invited to attend a dinner at Wayne Manor on the evening of the 16th with the explicit purpose of bringing a resolution to the ongoing war. Rest assured that…

Batman #28 review

Gordon goes for a walk, Catwoman dons her Jim Balent apparel, and Deathstroke and Deadshot engage in a deadly duel to the death.  All in this weeks exciting installment of Batman! Upon…

Batman #27 review

“The Ballad of Kite Man”, HEL….  Hmm…?  Is it too early in this review to start dropping “Hell Yeahs”?  Na, I don’t think so.  “The Ballad of Kite Man”, HELL YEAH!!!! If…

Batman #26 review

Part two of “The War of Jokes and Riddles” is little more than a preamble to the main event.  But can I just say, if the story is already this awesome and…

Batman #24 review

This was a really great issue.  And I’m not even talking about the insane cliffhanger.  (Spoilers, there’s an insane cliffhanger.)  I’m talking about everything leading up to it.  Sure, some people are…