Batgirl #1 review

Barbara Gordon has had a heck of a time of late, what with supervillain vendettas, setting up a new energy company and trying to find time for romance. Given an opportunity to catch a breath, and with money no problem, most of us would grab our other half and take off on a nice holiday. […]

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Wonder Woman: Rebirth #1 Review

We’ve all had days when we don’t know who we are anymore. But for Diana, this is the literal truth. A truth about falsehoods – she’s remembering conflicting stories about her past.  Was she made from clay? Or is she the daughter of Zeus.  How can she be god of war? What were the circumstances […]

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Batman #51 review

Gotham is…  The elliptical phrase is an invitation to readers of the Gotham Gazette to sum up the city in just a few words. We hear several responses in this issue marking the end of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s extraordinary Batman run. They’ve given us a series with plenty of cataclysmic events, so when the […]

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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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Batman #38 review

Batman isn’t quite at his wits’ end dealing with the latest attack on Gotham by the Joker, but for once he doesn’t have a plan. In Endgame’s fourth chapter, the Clown Prince of Crime’s madness virus is claiming more and more victims, and if a cure isn’t found, death is the end.  It seems death […]

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Gotham By Midnight #1 review

The revolutionary rethinking of the Batman line continues with another new series, following on from the likes of Arkham Manor, Grayson and Gotham Academy, and the revamp of Batgirl. So after the villain comic, the spy comic and the school comic, line editor Mark Doyle brings on the spooky comic.                  And very spooky Gotham by […]

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The Wake #10 review

Last issue ended with the two story strands of this series drawn together, as 23rd-century woman Leeward met the 21st century’s Lee Archer. Was the latter a ghost? A hologram? Somehow still alive after 200 years? This issue we get answers, lots of them, as writer Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy bring their aquatic […]

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