The pieces are starting to come together in the final issues leading up to DC Comics’ epic summer battle, The […]
James Tynion IV delivers another great story with Batman #92. The Designer finally has all of his pawns in their […]
Cassandra Cain goes on a quest to find out who she is outside of her father’s nefarious influence in Shadow of the Batgirl from all-star writer Sarah Kuhn with art by Nicole Goux.
The plot thickens in Batman #88 as Catwoman seemingly plays double agent while Batman works to capture Deathstroke (again) after the Black Block is compromised.
We can’t talk about Detective Comics Annual #3 without talking about the art from Sumit Kumar and Eduardo Risso. Both do a phenomenal job capturing Bruce Wayne and Batman, but it’s their work with Alfred that really ignites this story.
As Tom King brought his epic “City of Bane” story to its thrilling conclusion, the Bat Family suffered a huge loss when Bane killed Alfred. It was a shocking blow that stunned fans, and now in the aftermath of his death Batman is struggling to pick up the pieces. DC Comics has released a preview of how the Bat Family copes with Alfred’s loss in the supersized Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P #1 coming February 12, 2020.
When the old is made new again, it’s an opportunity to introduce a whole new generation to something for the first time. DC Comics Facsimile Editions, which are reprinted versions of classic stories, have been a great way for fans to read iconic DC stories without having to take a deep – and expensive – dive into the long boxes.
Tynion wastes no time tossing Batman into another existential crisis as the Dark Knight copes with Alfred’s loss. Thankfully, while Batman works one angle he has Selina Kyle, his partner in crime, working another.
Fans who followed King’s journey from the very beginning will finally understand how the many arcs tie together. After the wedding that wasn’t in Batman #50, Batman and Catwoman prove that they didn’t need an exchange of vows to prove their love for one another, and more importantly Batman #85 highlights just how much Batman relies on her, especially with Alfred gone.
From DC Comics, DCeased brings together Australia’s own Tom Taylor, with penciller Trevor Hairsine, inker Stefano Gaudiano and colorist Rain Beredo for a zombie spectacle with a twist to rival Marvel’s entry to the genre.