Tag Archives: Batman

Review: DARK NIGHTS: BATMAN: THE DROWNED #1

Review: DARK NIGHTS: BATMAN: THE DROWNED #1

DARK NIGHTS: BATMAN: THE DROWNED Written by Dan Abnett Art by Phillip Tan, Tyler Kirkham, Dean White, Arif Prianto, Tom Napolitano Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 18, 2017 The wretched Knights come to the water as sea-scribe Dan Abnett teams with a group of veteran artists to unleash a menacing Batwoman the likes

Review: BATMAN #33

BATMAN #33 Written by Tom King Art by Joelle Jones, Jordie Bellaire, Olivier Coipel and Dave Stewart Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 18, 2017 Following the big event of the prior issue, Batman leaves Gotham on a journey of self-discovery. On the road, he encounters friends and allies who attempt to persuade him to change

Review: DARK NIGHTS: METAL #3

DARK NIGHTS: METAL #3 Written by Scott “Sledgehammer” Snyder Art by Greg “Chaos Bringer” Capullo, Jonathan “Grim Reaper” Glapion, FCO “Overkill” Plascencia, and Steve “Word Warlock” Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 11, 2017 ***SPOILER WARNING*** With a pace as intense and weird as the Dark Nights: Metal series has been, it was

10 WORDS: October 4, 2017 Releases

One word. Sometimes, it’s all you need to adequately describe a comic. Sometimes, you need a lot more, BUT YOU ONLY GET ONE IN THIS GAME. I guilted Nikki, Doug, MJ and Allen into playing this game with me, and they haven’t bailed yet…SO LET’S TAKE ON WEEK 5 OF THIS MADNESS! October 4 releases,

Review: THE SHADOW/BATMAN #1

THE SHADOW/BATMAN #1 Written by Steve Orlando Art by Giovanni Timpano, Flavio Dispenza, and Taylor Esposito Published by Dynamite Comics Release Date: October 4, 2017 Is it Christmas already or did I somehow convince some random comic people to do a second crossover of the Shadow and Batman? Second crossovers that I didn’t realize were

Review: BATMAN #32

BATMAN #32 Written by Tom King Art by Mikel Janín, June Chung, and Clayton Cowles  Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 4, 2017 The end of “The War of Jokes and Riddles” is finally here! We’ve traveled all over Gotham across eight chapters of Joker not smiling and Riddler laying traps and wheels within

Review: BATMAN/THE SHADOW #6

BATMAN/THE SHADOW #6 Written by Steve Orlando and Scott Snyder Art by Riley Rossmo, Ivan Plascencia, and Clem Robins Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 27, 2017 “You must choose: become immortal, unshackled to war eternal against evil…or return to life in mortal form, to fight and fight…and one day die”. Shamba-La is dying!

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