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Batman & Robin Adventures Vol. 1 review

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times now, but I’ll repeat myself again: Batman: The Animated Series rules.  And the...

The DC Universe by Neil Gaiman review

Over the past forty or so years, there are three big names that helped change the perception that comics are just silly stories for...

Batman: Death and the Maidens review

Few of Batman's villains bring with them so much potential for truly deep storytelling than Ra's Al Ghul.  With a life that spans centuries,...

Dear Justice League review

As fun as it is to read about the amazing feats of our favorite heroes, we can't help but have questions about them.  Is...

Detective Comics: 80 Years of Batman review

One thousand issues of Detective Comics. Eighty years of Batman. That is insane. Much like they did last year with the thousandth issue of Action Comics, DC...

Break from the Bat: Green Lantern: Earth One, Vol. 1

This article was originally published on Comics Now. Reprinted with permission. What if the Green Lantern Corps were a relic of a bygone age? What...

Cosmic Odyssey review

The DC Universe is that: a universe.  Most of the company's most beloved characters originate from-- or are at least somehow connected to-- the...

Batman: Shadow of the Bat Vol. 1 review

For decades, there were two primary Batman titles: Detective Comics and Batman.  Sure, Bats and his extended family would show up in a variety...

Batman: Ego and Other Tails- The Deluxe Edition review

When Darwyn Cooke passed away at the all-too-young age of 53 in May 2016, he left behind a legacy of great stories and even...

DC Super Hero Girls: Summer Olympus review

It's summer vacation for the students of Super Hero High, and with it comes opportunity for new adventures.  With the school year behind them,...

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Batman/Superman #14 review

Batman and Superman created an AI program to stop villains, but for some reason this program decided that in order to figure out how...

Detective Comics #1031 review

This week’s Detective Comics is yet another example of Tomasi’s ability to write strong characters. We see this on the opening pages, as Nakano...

Batman Beyond #49 review

Batman Beyond #49 doesn’t reinvent the wheel when it comes to time travel plotlines and while my hopes for a more in depth examination...

Dark Nights Death Metal: The Multiverse Who Laughs #1 review

The Death Metal side stories have been a mix of issues that feel critical to the larger story, and those that could be considered...

Red Hood #51 review

I’ve been looking forward to issue #51 of Red Hood for a while now. The appeal of seeing a new creative team take over...