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How CATWOMAN #25 Marks the Occasion

Catwoman #25 makes this occasion with three short stories, all showcasing a different side of the one and only Selena Kyle.

DC Preview: An Old Villain Reappears in BATMAN/CATWOMAN #1

DC Comics has released a treasure trove of preview images for their upcoming BATMAN/CATWOMAN #1, available through retailers as a 12-issue run, written by...

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...

King’s BATMAN Run is a Masterpiece, and BATMAN #83 is Just Another Reason Why

To talk about all the amazing things in Batman #83, written by Tom King, with art by Mikel Janín, colors by Jordie Bellaire 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: The End is Nigh in DCEASED #6

This is it. The fate of the Earth—and the universe at large—comes down to the actions of our heroes in DCeased #6, out this...

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...
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