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Batman, Volume 4, The War of Jokes and Riddles by Tom King

Batman, Volume 4: The War of Jokes and Riddles by Tom King is a bedtime story told by Bruce Wayne to Selina Kyle shortly after he asks her for her hand in marriage. 491 more words

Comic Books

Challenging Batman's Central Conceit in Batman 35

by Drew Baumgartner

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

For all of the impossible technology, the men made out of shapeshifting clay, the resurrection pits, and the shark repellant, the biggest narrative conceit in any Batman story is the idea that an orphan’s single-minded decision to literally fight crime is somehow noble or laudable. 496 more words

Drew Baumgartner



This was the pivotal issue for me, as a reader of Tom King’s (writer) BATMAN run. This arc caught my attention in the midst of  987 more words

ITC Comics

Review Brew: Injustice 2 #14

Published By: DC Comics
Written By: Tom Taylor
Illustrated By: Daniel Sampere, Juan Albarran, and Rex Lokus
List Price: $2.99

What does the world look like when its greatest superhero becomes the worst villain of all time and has to be taken down in the most unthinkable of ways? 458 more words

Comics And Comic News

Catwoman VS Talia al Ghul (Rebirth)


Catwoman knowing Batman’s weaknesses and incessant need to honor the vow he made as a 10 year old kid above everything else, and still wanting to marry him, is a nice touch to her persona. 19 more words


Dick Grayson Teasing Damian Wayne (Rebirth)

Dick Grayson, aside from the recent addition of Superboy, is the only person who can tease Damian Wayne like this without being murdered.

From – Batman Vol. 3 #35