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The Comic Spot – Batman Volume 3: Death of the Family

Synopsis: After a long absence, the Joker returns to Gotham to terrorize Batman once more. This time, the Joker sets his sights on the Batman family of superheroes and has plans to tear the team apart. 580 more words


Bibliophile: Flashpoint, Batman - Night of the Owls, Batman - Death of the Family and Trinity War reviews

So, I recently learned that there is a nifty scheduling feature inbuilt with WordPress. And, decided to put this post to the test. I have also learned of WordPress’s email to publish feature which I’ll be using later on as I am to run around to my college for some document attestation purposes. 1,231 more words


SimonpaddyPicks comic of the day - BATMAN by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo

SimonpaddyPicks comic of the day – BATMAN by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo

Or, a love letter to Snyder/Capullo.

The story – As of writing there have been four distinct Snyder/Capullo arcs: 749 more words

Batman New 52 Reading Order (Maybe?)

There has been some real difficulty getting a comprehensive reading order or continuity for Batman in the New 52.  I really have focused just on Scott Snyder’s Batman since it has just been so great, but with Batman Eternal going on and the new Bat books that have recently been released it has been a little confusing on what to read when so that you aren’t completely lost by the new books.  509 more words


Crazy in Love

There are a number of iconic romances in the DC Universe – Aquaman and Mera, Batman and Catwoman, the Flash and Iris West – but more iconic than the pairings themselves is the fact that a great many of them are marred by terrible heartbreak. 1,118 more words


Superhero Talk: When do Superheroes Become More Complex?

Hello and welcome to another exciting issue of Superhero Talk!  After rereading some of my older comics I began to find a lack of depth in many of the characters.   723 more words


Face Off: Thoughts on "The Joker: Death Of The Family"

Dammit, I tried.

I had me a long, honest discussion with myself. I said, “Well, Phil–doesn’t this look good? Haven’t you been intrigued by the New 52 and quite enjoyed Batman Incorporated?” 518 more words