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Review: Alfred’s Requiem in BATMAN: PENNYWORTH RIP

Batman: Pennyworth RIP, out this week from DC Comics, takes on one of the biggest questions of Tom King’s recent run on Batman: is...

Review: NIGHTWING Annual #2 – An Emotional Time For The Wayne Estate

Annuals can be hit or miss. Sometimes, they’re integral parts of a story or callbacks to a long-ago tale. Other times, they’re seemingly throwaway...

Review: BATMAN: LAST KNIGHT ON EARTH #2 – All Hail Omega!

Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo take Batman through a wasteland of horror and heartbreak in the second issue of Last Knight on Earth. The whole...

Review: DETECTIVE COMICS #1000: ‘The Legend of Knute Brody’

Make no mistake, readers are going to thoroughly enjoy the diverse stories and artistry within the pages of Detective Comics #1000. “The Legend of...

DETECTIVE COMICS #986 Review: Bryan Hill Captures Batman’s Voice

Batman's hidden plans, Black Lightning strikes, and Karma’s mind manipulation continue to kick Bruce’s butt in DETECTIVE COMICS #986 as Bryan Hill dives deeper into Karma’s abilities and reveals even more secrets that Batman’s keeping. 

DETECTIVE COMICS #985 Review: Hill Brings Back The Dark And Gritty

Bryan Hill continues his fantastic run on Detective Comics by reintroducing a Batman that’s been missing for years. His Caped Crusader is dark, gritty,...

DETECTIVE COMICS #984 Review: Karma Chameleon

DETECTIVE COMICS #984 written by Brian Hill, with pencils by Miguel Mendoca, Diana Egea worked on inks, the fantastic colors are by Adriano Lucas, and letters by Sal Cipriano crashes into your comic shops this week as Black Lightning is introduced to his new students, Bruce Wayne, and a little taste of Karma.

‘Gotham’ Review: Why You Need To Start Watching With Season 4

The fourth season of 'Gotham' hits the airwaves Thursday, and it's the perfect jumping on point for any comic book geek and or fan...

How ‘DC: Metal’ Anchored Me During Hurricane Irma

Comics have always been an escape for me. They have gotten me through bullying, adolescence, homesickness, and heartbreak.  And now for the second time...