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BATMAN: THE ADVENTURES CONTINUE #1 is a Careful Continuation

Written by Alan Burnett and Paul Dini, with art by Ty Templeton, colors by Monica Kubina and letters by Joshua Reed, Batman: The Adventures...

DCEASED UNKILLABLES #2 Runs Full Speed to the End of the World

Written by Tom Taylor, with pencils by Karl Mostert, inks by Trevor Scott, Neil Edwards, and Karl Mostert, colors by Rex Lokus and letters...

Review: A Jumbled, Yet Mostly Satisfying Conclusion in BATMAN #85

This is it. Tom King’s epic story reaches its culmination with Batman #85, out this week from DC Comics. Here’s the critical question, though:...

Review: the Sins of the Father & the Son in BATMAN #84

Thomas Wayne has masterminded all the misfortunes and tragedies to befall his son over the last three-and-a-half years of Batman comics. What, precisely, was...

Review: Farewell to the Father in BATMAN #83

For Bruce Wayne, Alfred Pennyworth was more than his loyal butler. He was a surrogate father, someone who was always there to assist and...

Review: Bruce & Bane Square-Off in BATMAN #82

This is it: the showdown everyone’s been waiting for. Batman and Bane square off determine, once and for all, who truly runs the streets...

Review: An All-Out Assault on the Batcave in BATMAN #81

Plans, plans…everyone’s got plans. The question in Batman #81, out this week from DC Comics, is that if everyone’s a step ahead of their...

Review: The Bat is Back in Town in BATMAN #80

The Battle for Gotham begins in Batman #80, hitting shelves this week from DC Comics. All things considered, the stakes couldn’t be much higher. Batman...

Review: Sending a Message to Bane in BATMAN #79

Bruce and Selina’s beach vacation continues in Batman #79, out this week from DC Comics. Occurring before the events of Batman #77, we see...