Batman (comic)

Batman #123 review

This is part five of “Shadow War,” a crossover event that’s currently running through the pages of Batman, Deathstroke Inc, and Robin. So far…

Batman #122 review

“Shadow War” isn’t a crossover that I’ve been looking forward to. As I’ve explained in my Shadow War: Alpha review, I think that the…

Batman #121 review

When I first saw the cover for this issue a few months back, I braced myself to go on a tirade. Ghost-Maker? Really? I…

Batman #120 review

Josh Williamson has achieved a hat trick, with his third outing on Batman maintaining the quality of the previous two issues.  Without trying to…

Batman #119 review

For his sophomore outing on Batman, Josh Williamson utilizes a critical storytelling tool that is all too often forgotten: pacing. This is not an…

Batman #118 review

Let me say this without a hint of irony or exaggeration, and with the utmost sincerity: full-stop, this is the best issue of Batman…

Batman #117 review

Well, we’ve finally made it folks. We’ve reached the end of Fear State… Well, sort of. We still have Fear State: Omega, but considering…

Batman #116 review

Everyone… Stop what you’re doing. We finally get some plot progression in James Tynion’s Batman. I repeat, we’re getting some plot progression in “Fear…

Batman #115 review

I’ve been rather vocal about my opinion of Batman since James Tynion has taken over. Simply put, I’m not a fan. There has been…