Batwing (comic)

Batwing: Futures End #1 review

My biggest problem with the Futures End stuff is that it just doesn't "matter".  By that I mean, it isn't going to have any...

Batwing #34 review

When presented with a finale, there are usually two questions on people's minds: was it a satisfying conclusion to the series as a whole?...

Exclusive Preview: Batwing #34

While Luke Fox will return for a one-shot issue during September's special Futures End month (complete with 3D motion cover), this Wednesday's Batwing #34 will...

Batwing #33 review

The latest exploits of Batwing start off strong but quickly loses its way.   A quarter of this issue is dedicated to the origin story...

Batwing #31 review

Come for the fight but stay for the family drama.  While 3/4 of this issue is dedicated to a no-holds-barred fight scene of epic...

Batwing, Birds of Prey, and All-Star Western canceled

On Monday, DC Comics released their list of August solicitations and Batwing, Birds of Prey, and All-Star Western all read "FINAL ISSUE." However, it...

New 52 – Batwing #30 review

The cover reads "SOARING TO NEW HEIGHTS... BUT FOR HOW LONG?" and that pretty much sums up how I feel about the Batwing title right now....

New 52 – Batwing #29 review

Remember when the new creative team had Luke Fox getting in adventures in Italy and other locations around the globe while occasionally coming home...

New 52 – Batwing #28 review

Whose idea was it to change the colors on this cover? The dark blue drowns out the metallic grey of Batwing's armor. The covers...

Batwing, Vol. 3: Enemy of the State review

In the 2nd volume, DC's failed attempt at creating their own version of Marvel's Black Panther grew all the more desperate in his attempt...

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