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Catwoman: When In Rome - Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale

Catwoman: When in Rome, may be my favorite of all the Loeb and Sale forays into the Batman universe. This six part mini-series tells the story of Catwoman and her disappearance during the Dark Victory saga. 407 more words

Comic Books

Book Review: "Haunted Knight"

Writer Jeph Loeb and illustrator Tim Sale are best known, to Batman fans at least, for their legendary limited series The Long Halloween and its sequel… 1,629 more words


Book Review - Daredevil Yellow by Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale

Matt Murdock is still coming to terms with the death of Karen Page. In this book, he writes a letter to her, reminiscing about the time when the first met, which also coincided with the time when he first put on the costume and became Daredevil. 318 more words

Year One, approximately pt. 2

Prey, the third storyline in Legends of the Dark Knight focuses on Batman’s relationship with Jim Gordon and the Gotham city police department. I’ve not read much of Doug Moench’s stuff and I must admit I’ve never been a fan of Paul Gulacy’s art, but this wasn’t a bad storyline at all, though I definitely preferred previous Year One story lines. 761 more words


Batman Haunted Knight - Loeb and Sale

Batman Haunted Knight by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale is a collection of three books that appeared over the course of three Halloweens between the years 1993-1995. 947 more words

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Book Review - Batman: Dark Victory by Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale

Batman: Dark Victory is a sequel to the excellent The Long Halloween, in which a serial killer known as Holiday murdered people over the span of a year, and led to the creation of Two Face.  876 more words

Review - Hulk: Gray by Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale

HULK: GRAY is another volume in Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale’s ‘colour’ series, which recount quintessential moments from the histories of Marvel Comics’ greatest heroes. With HULK: GRAY, the esteemed writer/artist pairing takes on the days following Bruce Banner’s exposure to the gamma radiation that forevermore altered the trajectory of his life, and the Hulk’s first conflict with General Ross. 345 more words