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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...

Review: Settling an Old Score in DETECTIVE COMICS ANNUAL #3

The death of Alfred Pennyworth is an event likely to haunt the comics landscape for years to come. For instance, Detective Comics Annual #3,...

Review: We Wish You a Monstrous Christmas in DETECTIVE COMICS #1019

What begins as the investigation of an occult mass sacrifice—run of the mill stuff in a city like Gotham—evolves into eldritch-level horror in Detective...

Review: Cold-Blooded Murder in DETECTIVE COMICS #1018

The holidays arrive in Gotham in Detective Comics #1018, out this week from DC Comics. But despite the festivities, the discovery of a brutal,...

Review: A Mystery at the Orphanage in DETECTIVE COMICS #1017

Detective Comics #1017, out this week from DC Comics, follows on the heels of our last issue, which closed out Mr. Freeze's Year of the...

Review: A Cold-as-Ice Conclusion in DETECTIVE COMICS #1016

Nora continues to act out her plan in Detective Comics #1016, out this week from DC Comics. What exactly she intends to do, though,...

Review: Nora Goes Rogue in DETECTIVE COMICS #1015

Mr. Freeze finally has his beloved wife back by his side. But, as we see in Detective Comics #1015, out this week from DC...

Review: Batman/Superman #3 – Rise of the Scarab Supreme

Batman and Superman try anything they can to get to the bottom of the plans of the Batman Who Laughs in Batman/Superman #3, out...

Review: The Freezes Reunited at Last in DETECTIVE COMICS #1014

What would you do if you suddenly woke up years in the future, having been frozen (against your will, might I add) by the...