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Batman and Robin #35 Review

What will the Bat-Family do as Batman journeys into Apokolips? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: “Robin Rises” continues as Batman begins his trek on Apokolips to recover his son’s body. But will he walk alone? I have to say that I’ve been loving Robin Rises so far, and though […]

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Batman: Eternal #28 Review

How does this weeks issue of Batman: Eternal fair? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: Can Batman stop Catwoman from becoming the most dangerous person in Gotham City? Batman: Eternal #28 blew me away, as though it’s not the best the series has produced, it’s most certainly the best in […]

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Batman: Eternal #27 Review

Will this issue put Batman: Eternal back on track? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: In the grips of martial law, the criminal underground is going berserk – and the only person who can stop it is…Catwoman?! Following a rather horrific attempt at renewing Hush’s origins we are brought back […]

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Batman: Eternal #26 Review

How will Hush’s New 52 origin measure up against the original? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: Martial law is imposed on Gotham City! Learn the secret history of one of Batman’s most dangerous foes as he takes center stage! Batman: Eternal has seen Hush emerge as the primary villain, […]

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Batman: Eternal #25 Review

What does Hush have in store for Batman next? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: With riots breaking out all over Gotham City, can Batman stop the march toward martial law? Batman: Eternal has reached a mild milestone, with the weekly series entering its 25th issue. Despite having it’s ups […]

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5 Graphic Novels That DC Needs to Animate

Quick, what do Son of Batman, Justice League: War, and Superman Unbound have in common? Well, besides being the last three animated movies released by DC Comics, they are all based on graphic novels. This is by no means a new development. In fact, the majority of DC’s Animated Original Movies series is based off […]

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SCOTT SNYDER “Reveals” New NIGHTWING Identity That We Figured Out Months Ago

Spoilers for Batman #28 and possibly other issues are contained in this article. As part of DC Comics’ “DC ALL-ACCESS” web-series, current Batman writer, Scott Snyder “revealed” the identity of the new Nightwing, or rather, Bluebird – an identity that he has teased (or more accurately, blatantly and outright showed us) months ago when he […]

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SDCC: DC Entertainment All Access

Some of DC Comics’ top talent sat down Thursday for the All Access panel at San Diego Comic-Con. On the panel were Mark Buckingham (Fables, Deadboy Detectives), Brian Buccellato (The Flash), Derek Fridolfs (Lil’ Gotham, Arkham Unhinged), Adam Hughes (Before Watchmen: Dr. Manhattan, Fairest), Geoff Johns (Aquaman, Justice League, Justice League of America), Jeff Lemire (Green Arrow, Justice League Dark), Gail Simone (Batgirl, The...

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