As you might expect, we here at ComicsAlliance staff sees a lot of previews come across our desks, to the point where it's pretty easy to get jaded, even with things that are acutely designed to get us interested in upcoming comics. But every now
In 2006, it was "Batman." In 2009, it was "Batman & Robin," "Return of Bruce Wayne," and "Batman" again. Now, Grant Morrison's run on DC's most popular character enters its fourth year in a comic titled "Batman, Inc." slated
ComicsAlliance writers Chris Sims, Caleb Goellner, David Brothers, David Uzumeri and Laura Hudson sit down for a roundtable discussion about the newly released "Batman and Robin" #13. WARNING: SPOILERS FOLLOW.
Despite Batman's untimely "demise" last year in "Final Crisis" -- a loss that led former sidekick Dick Grayson to take up the mantle of the Bat with Bruce Wayne's son Damian as his Robin -- readers have known for some time that Batman isn't really gone, just missing in time, thanks to the machinations of Darkseid
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
BOLDLY TAKING AND HOLDING ANY GENRE TERRITORY IT CAN - Turf 1
The mashup is big right now -- taking two things that you wouldn't normally expect to see together, mixing them up, and seeing what happens. Jane Austen and movie monsters. Chocolate and bacon. Cutting edge
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.
On the first page, Batman emerges from the cave in which we see him at the end of "Final Crisis," and is confronted by cavemen. Given the pr
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week.
IN SPACE NO ONE WILL BUY YOUR COMIC - S.W.O.R.D. 5
One subject I've always been passionate about is space exploration. Whenever funding for NASA gets cut, I can unders
BATMAN & ROBIN (& BATWOMAN, & KNIGHT, & SQUIRE, & BATMAN AGAIN) - Batman and Robin 8
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 fitting that the cliffhanger from the last issue of