The battle between Deathstroke and Batman has ended, as both men are too injured to continue the fight and must escape the Batcave. Is it a good read?
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Nightwing pays Batman a visit in the fallout of the attempted wedding with Catwoman. Dick wants to make sure that Bruce is okay. Is it a good read?
Detective Comics continues with Batman trying to discern the origins of Karma while Black Lightning looks over the Bat-Family. Is it a good read?
It would appear that news of an additional Batman prequel tv series was correct, as it was announced this morning that Gotham showrunner Bruno Heller has an Alfred Pennyworth series coming to Epix The steadfast companion and butler to Bruce Wayne (aka Batman) has long been a mainstay of the Batman comic titles, as well as the films[...]
Deathstroke has an assassination mission interrupted by a faction that is apparently working for the Batman. Meanwhile, Wayne Enterprises experiences a major theft. Is it a good read?
This leads Batman on a collision course with Deathstroke, and that can only end in blood. Deathstroke #30 cover by Lee Weeks and Brad Anderson The comic opens with a brief conversation between Alfred Pennyworth and Wintergreen, which is great on its own. I should have been looking forward to the kind of Batman Christopher Priest was going[...]
Batman and Catwoman awaken to discover that Poison Ivy has somehow gotten into their minds as well as the minds of the rest of the world. How did this happen? Can they stop her? Is it a good read?
The Super Sons continue to try and fit in at the West-Reeve School while Talia al Ghul watches her son from the shadows. Does it make for a good read?
I came around to the Tom King Batman train a lot later than most for reasons now well documented on Bleeding Cool, and Batman Annual #2 by King, Lee Weeks, and Michael Lark is a big part of the reason I ever came around to it all.
Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman: The Murder Machine cover by Jay Fabok and Brad Anderson Metal continues its exploration through the Batman League with its Cyborg analogue, the Murder Machine. On another world, Alfred Pennyworth is brutally murdered by the enemies of the Batman In a fit of grief, he requests that Cyborg helps him finish the Alfred Protocol, a[...]
In Batman #33, Alfred finally reveals the secret behind Dick Grayson's spectacular posterior. OK, maybe not, but he does in our version.
Dark Nights: Metal #1 is engaging, the characters are interesting, and the art is beautiful. Sometimes it’s just that simple.
It has an LED light-up Bat Computer with interchangeable screen graphics and an exclusive Alfred Pennyworth figure with unique accessories Sarcastic wit not included I like the odd keyboard and that it comes with a tea service. The Batcave Vignette is available for pre-order and will ship in the Fall of 2017. https://youtu.be/KrFdwu6vstgVideo can't be loaded because[...]
So it's not surprising when executive producer John Stevens told IGN that there was some new love interests on the way for season three… the surprise came when he said who or with who. One of the two is Alfred Pennyworth Seems taking care of Bruce is not enough: Alfred finds love He has a sixteen-year-old boy [Bruce][...]