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‘Return of Bruce Wayne’ Preview Pages Envision Shirtless Caveman Batman


This morning, the DC Universe blog released two black-and-white pages by the always-amazing Chris Sprouse from their upcoming "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne" series, and as ComicsAlliance's resident Batmanologist, it's fallen to me to interpret them...

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Hot Ink — S.W.O.R.D. #5, Powers #3, Batman and Robin #10, Secret Six #19


ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week.


One subject I've always been passionate about is space exploration...

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Hot Ink — Batman and Robin #8, The Anchor #5, Hit-Monkey One-Shot



Much of Grant Morrison's writing for the DC Universe over the past several years has involved callbacks to past events on a level that even the most devout of continuity fans would probably consider obscure references to details they never expected to see again. So it's only fitti...

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Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – Feb. 10: Vertigo Anniversaries, Spider-Man Vs. Fishbowl-Head, and NZ Library Fantasies


Savage Critic and "Reading Comics" author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.


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^ There wouldn't happen to be a metaphor for Iraq or anything going on, would there...

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Hot Ink — Detective Comics #861, Batman and Robin #7, Kick-Ass #8, Robocop #1


MEETING COWL TO COWL - Detective Comics 861/Batman and Robin 7

Bat crossovers aplenty this week, as Batman makes a guest appearance in Batwoman's "Detective Comics" and she returns the favor in "Batman and Robin...

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Hot Ink — Batbook Hat Trick, Fantastic Hickman, and Incredible Amadeus Cho’s Monomyth


ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- books coming out this week.

HOLY TRINITY, BATMAN -- Batman and Robin #3 / Detective Comics #856 / Batman the Widening Gyre #1

So you like Batman, do you...

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Grant Morrison Really, Really Wants Fans To Try ‘Batman and Robin’


As one of modern comics' most celebrated writers, Grant Morrison has a tendency to speak his mind – especially when it comes to new projects. Since killing off Bruce Wayne in the pages of DC Comics' "Final Crisis," the writer has been busy promoting he and Frank Quitely's fresh take on "Batman and Robin," which puts new faces behind familiar masks.


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Hot Ink: Werewolves on the Moon vs. Vampires


Enjoy our rundown of the most notable books coming out in comic shops today.

CURIOSITY PIQUED BY "Batman & Robin #1." Grant Morrison returns to Batman, bringing with him a new caped crusader, Dick Grayson, and a new boy wonder, Damian Wayne. Re


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The Wackiest Batman and Robin Products

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With the new "Batman and Robin" series coming out today, we review the wackiest moments of Bruce Wayne that have been turned into plastic...

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“Ashes to Ashes”: Bizarro French Batman Fan Film


This insane Batman fan film by two French guys features nearly non-stop screaming, ennui, and Batman killing the hell out of everyone. I can't actually say it's enjoyable, but it's pretty. Just think of it as a Frank Miller film en français.


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