Now that Tom King and Clay Mann’s HEROES IN CRISIS #1 has finally landed, I want to take a second to talk about something that seems to br
If you're anything like me, your first reaction upon finishing MISTER MIRACLE #11 wa
And we're back with issue two (am I allowed to call columns "issues?" I'm doing it anyway) of Gotham Gazette, your one-stop shop for all things Bat-Family, and we've got a whole bunch to talk about this time around.
It's pretty safe to say that the whole "Batman works alone" myth has been thoroughly debunked.
If there's something Batman has in abundance, it's truly terrifying villains. Gotham City is stocked top to bottom with bad guys who feel like they just stepped straight out of a nightmare.
In terms of sheer superhero population density, you'd be hard pressed to find a busier placer in the DC Universe than Gotham City.
Alright guys, I'm just going to cut right to the chase on this one.
SPOILER ALERT: The below article discusses events and twists from this month’s BATMAN #50.
Chances are, if you've been paying attention to the DC Universe at any point in the last...oh, let's say year, you've heard some whispers of a wedding. A big wedding.
We're back after a quick little hiatus with MISTER MIRACLE #9, and...well, you probably don't need me to remind you of this, but things for Sc