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You Can’t Trust the Help in ‘Batman Eternal’ #18

Think you’re safe from the Bat just because you commit your crimes far from Gotham? You made two mistakes. The first is that no one is safe from Batman and his bat-family of bat-agents. The second was entering […]

08/05/2014

You'd be forgiven for thinking this was Gail, but no, wrong redhead.

“Time to Do Something Different:” Gail Simone

Gail Simone is one of comic fandom’s true success stories. Beginning her career with Women in Refrigerators, a pointed criticism of how male-centric stories offer up female characters as little more than plot devices, Simone’s comedic talents quickly found […]

Writers–06/18/2014

"And maybe this is the wrong time to ask, but has anyone noticed how huge the floor tile is in this precinct?"

Kidnapping Is Slippery Business in ‘Birds of Prey’ #31

Christy Marx is a legend. If you don’t recognize the name, you will surely recognize the memories of your entire childhood, which she wrote. And if you enjoyed any of that, you’ll enjoy Birds of Prey, which she […]

Writers–05/15/2014

"Loved you in Alien vs. Predator, guy."

Beware the Midnight Man in ‘Batgirl’ #30

Batgirl’s our kind of lady: she’s a librarian, a computer nerd, an MMA fighter, a redhead, and she prefers to wear skintight leather. So you’re really talking about a go-getter with huge brains and a […]

04/03/2014

This is what fun looks like.

Batman: Li’l Gotham #7 Makes a Splash

by Brendan McGinley If you like thrilling to the daring adventures of Batman but without all that grim self-pity, check out Batman: Li’l Gotham, in which adorable, almost-chibi versions of the caped crusader & co. wade […]

10/07/2013

Do owls prey on canaries? They do now.

Birds of Prey #17 EXCLUSIVE Preview!

The Birds of Prey are an all-female (usually…the lineup fluctuates a lot) superteam of the toughest ladies in the DC Universe. Occasionally they let a guy tag along, but he’s always outclassed, because these superheroines are […]

Writers–02/14/2013

Danse Macabre

Review: ‘Batman’ #17 Is a Stunning Must-Read

“The Punchline,” written by Scott Snyder, penciled by Greg Capullo, and inked by Jonathan Glapion, is the aptly named title of the conclusion to the “Death of a Family” story arc that’s been running through […]

02/13/2013

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