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Batman, Vol. 4: Zero Year - Secret City by Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo

The second arc of BATMAN: ZERO YEAR is collected as the New 52 origin of The Dark Knight delves into Bruce Wayne’s past with the Red Hood Gang and his run-ins with aspiring District Attorney Harvey Dent! 373 more words

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Pony Tricks Comic Cast Episode 40.1, or, Baltimore Comic Con on the 8s

My good for nothing ASUS computer has finally been repaired! You know, the one that’s less than a year old? So say goodbye to listening to me chatter at you through a phone and say hello to me telling you all about my weekend at 2014 Baltimore Comic Con.

Pony Tricks

Baltimore Comic-Con: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Once again Therefore I Geek brings you The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. This time we’re coming home from Baltimore Comic-Con.

The Good

There was sooooo much good. 693 more words

Geek Life

Review - Batman Vol 5: Zero Year - Dark City

The second volume of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s “Zero Year” underscores the drastic tonal shift away from the seminal Batman origin story by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli, “Year One.” It is the perfect example of how malleable the Dark Knight is: soak him in noir or drop him in a dystopian sprawling epic, it doesn’t matter – under the helm of a great creative team, the character will thrive. 322 more words

Reviews

Batman #34 (DC)


CREDIT: DC Comics

Rating: 4/5 – Guest Creators Bring Batman Back Into the Present After Zero Year.
by guest reviewer Kevyn Knox.

Now that the long-running Zero Year story arc is finally over, we are handed a one-and-done issue with Batman #34 – and a story by a whole new creative team at that. 392 more words

Comics

Done-in-One Grit - "Batman" #34 Review

by Matt Petras

Not unlike other instances in Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s run, “Batman” #34 takes a break from the structure of a large arc and tells a done-in-one storyline with a guest artist. 376 more words