Batman #13 review

After several issues, we finally get to see the makeshift Suicide Squad in action as Punch & Jewelee, the Ventriloquist and Bronze Tiger bid to help Batman out of a tough situation. The Caped Crusader is slumped before Bane, the criminal’s ally Psycho Pirate and the traitorous Catwoman. At the start of the issue, married […]

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Batman #12 review

Batman is fighting his way across Bane’s Santa Prisca stronghold. Dozens of thugs stand in his way but he’s determined to snatch Psycho Pirate from him and take him back to the US. He wants the mind-mangling villain to restore the sanity he stole from troubled young heroine Gotham Girl.  That’s what’s happening in the pictures. […]

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Batman #10 review

Batman is flying over the South American state of Santa Prisca. He wants the villainous Bane to hand over Psycho Pirate so he can undo mental damage done to young superheroine Gotham Girl. But Bane isn’t having it and with the resources of an entire country at his command, the Batplane is blown out of […]

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Batman Rebirth #1 review

Alfred is pruning the fruit trees at Wayne Manor when teenager Duke Thomas arrives.  Bruce is in Gotham, dealing with the latest plot by Calendar Man Julian Day – he releases spores which could spell doom for the city of Batman doesn’t kill them. He does, in spectacular style, but once Day is behind bars […]

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Batman Eternal #51 review

So, last week we had the big reveal as to just who’s been bedevilling Batman and friends for the last few issues … Cluemaster.  Apparently there was a lot of grumbling after Batman Eternal #50 that Stephanie Brown’s dad isn’t a big enough name to be the mastermind who’s brought Gotham City down around Batman’s […]

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Action Comics #38 review

I’ve read Superman stories stories previously that dipped their toe into the horror waters. There was that time he met Dracula and Frankenstein’s Monster. The business with Batman and vampires. A ghost at the Tower of London. But this, this is something different. It’s proper nailbiting, disturbing horror as the ‘Smallvillains’ storyline continues with Superman […]

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