In “The Button Part Two”, Batman and The Flash finally team up to solve the big mystery of Rebirth, creating the potential for sweeping changes to the DC Universe.
Batman #16 starts bring together elements from across Tom King’s Batman run, kicking off an impressive new arc – “I Am Bane”.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s iconic run on Batman comes to close with issue #51, and what a perfect sendoff it is. Since DC’s New 52 relaunch in 2011, these two gentlemen have delivered five years of perfection. Five years of brilliance in re-imagining and revisiting what Batman is to his city, to his fans, […]
Written by GRANT MORRISON Art by CHRIS BURNHAM Colors by NATHAN FAIRBAIRN Letters by PATRICK BROSSEAU Batman Incorporated #1 represents another starting point for a series that began in one continuity and will finish in another. The plot has become very focused, discarding the complicated layers of complexity of the previous issues in favor of […]
Written by SCOTT SNYDER Art by GREG CAPULLO & JONATHAN GLAPION Colors by FCO / Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS Six issues in, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo have managed to make Batman stand alone at the top of the New 52. There are other great books, but not even Animal Man or Swamp Thing can compare […]
Written by SCOTT SNYDER Art by GREG CAPULLO & JONATHAN GLAPION Colors by FCO / Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS Stan Lee was fond of saying that every comic is someone’s first and thus it should read like that. It should introduce characters and establish main ideas and themes that will quickly familiarize readers on issue two […]
Written by PETER J. TOMASI Art by PATRICK GLEASON & MICK GRAY Colors by JOHN KALISZ / Letters by PAT BROSSEAU Following last month’s issue, it’s not surprising that Peter Tomasi is taking things a bit slower this time around. Tomasi takes this issue to catch everyone up on the history of Bruce’s relationship with Morgan. […]
Written by PETER J. TOMASI Art by PATRICK GLEASON & MICK GRAY Colors by JOHN KALISZ / Letters by PAT BROSSEAU Say what you will about Damian Wayne; that he’s a brat, that he’s annoying, that he’s an easy outlet to show Bruce’s Daddy issues – whatever. After Morrison introduced the character in 2006, Damian faced […]