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." I could take this opportun
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? A wise choice. And this week you're going to be rewarded for that decision by the strange and mysterious forc
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.
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
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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
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.
"The Dark Knight" is sure to be amazing and all, but there's one nagging issue surrounding the film: Where's Robin?
For some reason, the Boy Wonder has been banished from director Christopher Nolan's Gotham. We suspect the filmmaker's worry is that the inclusion of young Robin might dredge up long-