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THE HONOR ROLL: March 15, 2013

THE HONOR ROLL: March 15, 2013

The Honor Roll for Wednesday, March 13, 2013 releases is live! What five books were the cream of the crop? Check ’em out! BATMAN & ROBIN #18 Written by Peter J. Tomasi Art by Patrick Gleason Publisher: DC Comics Comicosity reviewer Gavin Craig ended his review of #18 brilliantly when he said “there are no

Read Between the Lines: I Come to Praise Damian Wayne, Not to Bury Him

Yes, it was planned all along. Yes, writers who have told us great stories with Damian over the past few years always knew that it would end here. Yes, editorial is supporting the decision of a creator, an area of complaint when not done. But… Here’s the deal. I never liked Damian. I tried reading

Crisis of Epic Proportion: Death and the Robin

Sigh. It’s not often I get sad or angry about comic books. If you’ve read anything I’ve written, you’ll know I’m generally the first guy to find the bright side to any story, situation or change. But Damian Wayne was unequivocally my favorite Robin, and so recent events (is there even a point to pretending

BEST OF 2012: Gavin Craig

With 2012 coming to an end, we’ve now seen the first full year of DC’s new continuity, and the beginning of the second. Every title has completed its initial major storylines, and we got a look back in the company-wide zero month. A few titles have been canceled, a few new titles have been launched,

BEST OF 2012: Keith Callbeck

2012: the year everything changed. From the industry-rattling announcement of Before Watchmen to the game-changing Kickstarter projects that topped six figures, the state of comics and creator rights it profoundly different than it was a year ago. Not since the dawn of Image has there been this much of a sea change in the relationship

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