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Batman (New 52 Vol 1-5)

While the New 52 has faced much criticism since its release, Batman has still shined bright as ever.  The series began with the Court of Owls arc filling up the first two volumes.   225 more words

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Batman a' la YouTube

The 2012 followup story “Death of the Family” alludes to the 1988  story “A Death in the Family”; this time, the Joker plans to ratchet up the mayhem and eliminate absolutely everyone associated with the Batman. 14 more words

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Analysis of Scott Snyder's Batman After 45 Issues (Part 1)

Part 1: Batman #1 – 20 (Spoilers Ahead)

In the Beginning…

Writer Scott Snyder and Artist Greg Capullo will be taking Batman in a new direction come June in Batman #41 after the game-changing events in the finale of Endgame in Batman #40. 3,520 more words


Batman Death of the Family Reading Order

After Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s groundbreaking re-start of Batman with Court of Owls/Night of Owls, they brought back Batman’s classic adversary: The Joker!  This manifestations of The Joker is one of the most horrifying, were he is holding on his painted face as a mask and going after the entire “bat family.”  This story arc again acts as a major crossover, this time being important to the universe because of its specific effect on Damien Wayne, the current Robin.  242 more words

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On Harley Quinn: Why She Should Drop The Paint & Become A "real" Woman.

You know who I don’t care for in comics but 100% used to love?

Harley Quinn.

As I grew out of my lonely, angst-y desire to meet girls to finally meeting a girl who I really love, I learned that I do not like her character anymore. 573 more words


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