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Everything You Wanted To Know About 5G But Were Afraid To Ask

Everything You Wanted To Know About 5G* (*But Were Afraid To Ask)

That Bruce Wayne was to be replaced as Batman with the current Batwing - Luke Fox, son of Lucius Fox and be written by 12 Years A Slave's John Ridley IV That Captain Boomerang’s Kid would replace Barry Allen (and Wally West) as the Flash That Jo Mullein of Far Sector would replace Hal Jordan[...]


Is There An Earlier First Appearance Of Luke Fox?

Is There An Earlier First Appearance Of Luke Fox Than Batwing #19?

And that while candidates included Mr Terrific, a depowered Black Lightning or a brand new character, Miles Morales-style, the editorially favoured candidate (at least then) was Luke Fox, the son of Lucius Fox, MMA fighter and tech genius, currently known as Batwing A decision that, it seems, much of the fanbase have approved of If[...]

Batwing #16 - First Appearance of Luke Fox, The New Batman, Hits $66 on eBay

Batwing #19 – First Appearance of Luke Fox, The New Batman, Hits $90 on eBay

And, though Duke Thomas had been ruled out, the favourites were Mr Terrific, a depowered Black Lightning or Luke Fox, the Batwing And at the last count, Luke Fox was the favoured candidate internally, including from Brian Bendis, though he had also suggested a brand new character, in the manner of Miles Morales becoming the[...]

LEGO Releasing SIX New Batman Sets Celebrating His 80th Birthday

LEGO Releasing SIX New Batman Sets Celebrating His 80th Anniversary

Also it is really cool how each set pays tribute to a classic Bat-Vehicle, from the Batmobile to the Batwing Out of all six, the coolest set has to be the Batcave, which comes with awesome minifigs like a new Catwoman and Batwoman Check out all six down below, along with full details for each![gallery[...]

Batman: Detective Comics #981 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas

Detective Comics #981 Review: A Satisfying and Heartwarming Final Chapter

Batman and Batwoman fight against the Omac army controlled by Ulysses and a possessed Red Robin, among whose number is Azrael and Batwing Can Red Robin be saved? Can Gotham? If so, what does this mean for the Gotham Knights?[caption id="attachment_851369" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Detective Comics #981 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]With[...]

Batman: Detective Comics #980 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson

Batman Detective Comics #980 Review: Batwoman vs. Red Robin

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batwoman distracts the Tim Drake Omac while Batman, Spoiler, and Orphan infiltrate the transformed Belfry. The Bat-Family hopes that they can shut down Tim and Ulysses' control tower and override the Omac drones destroying Gotham City. The story advances more in this issue of Detective Comics compared to the recent two. The team […]

Batman: Detective Comics #979 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson

Batman: Detective Comics #979 Review: Full Omactivation

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Red Robin has been taken over by Brother Eye and the newest iteration of Omac. This puts him at the mercy of Ulysses, now calling himself the General. The Colony's armored soldiers are also being taken over by Omac and are attacking Batman, Batwoman, Colonel Kane, and the Colony. Back in the Batcave, […]

Batman: Detective Comics #978 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas

Batman Detective Comics #978 Review: A Strong Twist but a Thin Comic

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman and Red Robin investigate the Colony's soldiers whom gunned down a band of mobsters while Ulysses watches on from his command center. Batman leaves to meet up with Batwoman and her father. Ulysses continues to have a video feed of the events. He is planning something massive, but Red Robin is closing […]

Batman: Detective Comics #977 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Batman Detective Comics #977 Review: Colonizing the Future

After this, Ulysses makes an offer to cooperate with Tim and give him access to all sorts of future technology acquired from the future Tim Drake.Elsewhere in the present, Batwoman, Batwing, Azrael, and the Colony prepare for another mission outside of Gotham City Meanwhile, Red Robin returns to Batman to ask for guidance.[caption id="attachment_817567" align="aligncenter"[...]

Batman: Detective Comics #976 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas

Detective Comics #976 Review: Another Dark Yet Absorbing Entry

Batwoman, Azrael, and Batwing settle into their new roles with the Colony.[caption id="attachment_811037" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman: Detective Comics #976 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]The Knights Program, which has been the grand experiment behind the plot of James Tynion IV’s Detective Comics run, has fallen apart with Batman unwilling to let Red[...]

Batman: Detective Comics #975 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson

Detective Comics #975 Review: Intense Drama and Hard Truths for the Bat Family

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman calls together the closest members of his family: Nightwing, Red Hood, Batgirl, Red Robin, and Robin. Their purpose? To decide what can and should be done about Batwoman after the death of Clayface. Meanwhile, Batwoman is left to consider the offer from her father to join the Colony. This is another low-action […]

Batman: Detective Comics #974 cover by Guillem March and Jason Wright

Batman Detective Comics #974 Review [Spoilers]: A Great Story of Grief-Stricken Heroes

However, Azrael and Batwing take Batwoman’s side.Later, Spoiler confronts Red Robin on the destructive behavior he is fostering by remaining with Batman.[caption id="attachment_795417" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman: Detective Comics #974 cover by Guillem March and Jason Wright[/caption]Detective Comics #974 delivers a cathartic aftermath issue to the events of “Fall of the Batmen.” Batman, Orphan, and Red[...]

Detective Comics #973 cover by Guillem March adn Tomeu Morey

Detective Comics #973 Review: The Victimization of Clayface

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Clayface, empowered and driven madder by the excess clay from the Belfry's Mudroom, is now raging across Gotham City. Orphan is worried for her friend, Red Robin is out of commission, and Batman's only hope is that Dr. October may have a solution. Batwoman has a different answer in the form of a […]

Batman Detective Comics #968 Review: A Tim-Penny Symphony

This Tim Drake is intent on killing Batwoman before she can cause some alleged irreparable damage to Gotham and the Bat-Family.At the Belfry, Brother Eye is launching an attack of Colony drones against Batwoman, Clayface, Azrael, Orphan, and Batwing It looks to be their last stand, and the future Tim Drake intends on killing Batwoman[...]

Red Hood And The Outlaws #15 Review: Flawed But Fun

With Bizarro’s intelligence and motives fluctuating, he puts out a challenge to the Batman Family…unbeknownst to his teammates in the Outlaws.This brings Batwoman, Batwing, Clayface, Orphan, and Azrael to their doorstep, and the two groups duke it out for the fate of Bizarro and crimefighting dominance in Gotham.This is a good setup for a hero[...]



Here Is Your Jetpack – The Five Years Later Future Of DC Comics Today, From Futures End, Action Comics, Aquaman, Detective Comics, Batwing, Green Lantern, Grayson, Green Arrow, Phantom Stranger, Swamp Thing and Earth 2

And not one willing to use his superbreath to bring rain, or whatnot.Aquaman went to war with Earth 2 in Aquaman: Futures End, though at odds with his isolationist Atlantenas, things didn't go well...Batman has also been in the wars, from Detective Comics: Futures End #1, Is he man or is he cyborg now? As to[...]