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Detective Comics #998

[Review] DETECTIVE COMICS #998 is Fun, but Distracts from Larger Narrative

Picking up from the last page of the previous issue, Detective Comics #998 provides a twist in the story of the mysterious attacks against...
Batman #64

[Review] Batman and The Flash Deal With Mutual Trauma in BATMAN...

How do heroes keep moving when they can’t protect those closest to them? How do you reassure people things will be okay when you...
original dick tracy

The Original DICK TRACY: The Birth of an Icon

Dick Tracy became a household name decades ago. For people born in the ’70s and ’80s, like me, it’s easy enough to associate the...
Detective Comics #997

[Review] DETECTIVE COMICS #997 is a Fun Action Story in Classic...

Batman’s forced to run the gauntlet of escape artist tropes in Detective Comics #997. The monster hunting down Bruce Wayne’s mentors over the last...
Justice League Annual #1

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE ANNUAL #1 – The End of the Multiverse?

After the huge success of DC Comics' Dark Nights: Metal series, it's hard to imagine the publisher reaching new heights so soon. But JUSTICE LEAGUE...
Batman #63

[Review] BATMAN #63 Gives Bruce His Happily Ever After…or Does it?

What if the wedding of The Bat and The Cat had turned out differently? Batman #63 seems to give Bruce Wayne his happily ever after, with...
Detective Comics #996

[Review] The Hunter Becomes the Hunted in DETECTIVE COMICS #996

Leslie Thompkins. Alfred Pennyworth. And now, Henri Ducard. In Detective Comics #996, we discover all of them and more are being targeted for one...
Batman #62

[Review] King & Gerads Reunite for BATMAN #62

After the segue provided in the previous issue, Batman #62 delves back into the broader narrative of King’s story.Coming off the conclusion of their...
Detective Comics #995

[Review] Bruce’s Family is Under Attack in DETECTIVE COMICS #995

Peter J. Tomasi and Doug Mahnke don’t pull any punches with Detective Comics #995. Without giving away too much, one of the people closest...
Batman #61

[Review] BATMAN #61 Sees the Waynes Avenged…Or Are They?

Batman #61 retells of perhaps the most thoroughly-covered event in comics history: the murders of Thomas and Martha Wayne. Only this time, the investigation...
DETECTIVE COMICS #1000 Details And Creative Teams Announced

DETECTIVE COMICS #1000 Details And Creative Teams Announced

DC Comics announced Tuesday morning details surrounding the 1,000th issue of DETECTIVE COMICS hitting your local comic book store on March 27, 2019. The...
Detective Comics #994

[Review] Tomasi Sets Up a Fascinating Mystery in DETECTIVE COMICS #994

Detective Comics #994 reintroduces Peter Tomasi on writing duties for the Dark Knight, a role he clearly loves. And if this first issue is...
Batman: Damned #2

[Review] BATMAN: DAMNED #2 is About as Dark as it Gets

In my review of the first issue in this new series, I mentioned creators Azzarello and Bermejo delivered an intriguing premise, but didn’t offer...
Review: THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS #1 More Powerful Than DARK NIGHTS: METAL

Review: THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS #1 Is More Powerful Than...

The Batman Who Laughs #1 hits your local comic book store on December 12, and Scott Synder along with Jock are going to kick...
Detective Comics #993

[Review] DETECTIVE COMICS #993…a Weird Way to End an Arc.

Two-Face is dead to begin with. At least, that’s what we’re told to believe in Detective Comics #993.The first half of the issue features...
Heroes In Crisis #3

Review: HEROES IN CRISIS #3 – A Story Takes Shape

Heroes In Crisis #3 hits your local comic book shop this week, with Lee Weeks handling the bulk of the artwork for Tom King's...
Batman #59

[REVIEW] BATMAN #59 Will Make You Second-Guess Everything Until the End

The Dark Knight may have just turned one of his most powerful allies into a powerful enemy in Batman #59.Riding high on the desire...
Batman: Secret Files #1

Review: BATMAN: SECRET FILES #1 Offers a Unique Look at the...

Batman: Secret Files #1 reintroduces DC’s Secret Files and Origins line, a series of one-shots that’s been dormant since 2010. The new entry offers...

HEROES IN CRISIS #2 – Confessions Of The Trinity

Tom King's PTSD masterpiece marches on with Heroes In Crisis #2. There's a heavy emotional weight to DC's latest event story.
Detective Comics #991

Review: DETECTIVE COMICS #991 Reveals Karl Twist’s True Killer

Detective Comics #991 is not an action-packed issue. Despite the impression the cover gives, Batman, Gordon, and Two-Face aren’t tearing through the streets of...

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