Batman #16 review

The big action scene this issue sees Bronze Tiger break into Arkham Asylum to see the newly locked-up Psycho Pirate. But he’s not meant to be having visitors, so chaos ensues.  Two people are shot point blank, Batman is kicked in his recently cracked back, but fear not, this is Gotham, everyone’s fine. Bronze Tiger […]

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The Vision #12 review

Virginia is making a confession. She can’t live with keeping the truth behind the catastrophic events, the horrible happenstances that have hit her family and community, a secret any longer. She uploads her version of events for the Washington police and waits for her husband, the Vision, to arrive home.  It’s the end of the […]

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All-Star Batman #2 review

Batman is riding the train. And so is Two-Face. And Killer Croc. And King Shark and oodles more baddies, some Bat-specific, others less so. Harvey Dent is running the show and Batman is the star attraction as villains vie to kill him in exchange for a big bounty.  Batman, though, is prepared for a fight, […]

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All Star Batman #1 review

Batman and Two-Face are on a road trip. In the Batplane. Batman’s trying to take Two-Face somewhere to end the menace of the coin-flipping maniac once and for all.  That’s Good Two-Face. Bad Two-Face, meanwhile, has put the word out that if Batman succeeds, he’ll release all his blackmail material into the world – and […]

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The Vision #9 review

I read my comics digitally these days and when I get to the end of an issue, I’m invited to rate the book. I’m not a great one for rating comics, preferring to let words do the work, but touching the Comixology stars changes their colour. And that just makes me happy.  Yes, I am […]

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Batman #2 review

New heroes on the block Gotham and Gotham Girl are chasing down Solomon Grundy, but not doing very well.  It takes Batman to stop the rampaging swamp monster. Gotham asks Batman to help them become better heroes. They get a chance later when a man who claims to have freed Grundy to go crazy in […]

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Batman #1 review

Na-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da BatMaths! That’s what this issue hinges upon as a missile fired by a Kobra cultist looks set to bring a plane down in the centre of Gotham. Batman may be able to send it somewhere less populated, but it’s a question of maths.  Helping Batman out are Alfred, with facts, and new sidekick Duke […]

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