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Why do we love Batman Part 1

It’s an odd question one that can not be answered in one post I mean I barely even scratch the surface of Joker let alone the rest of his rogue’s gallery. 721 more words

DC Comics

Dark Nights: Metal 5 Is Lost In Its Own Cacophony

by Michael DeLaney

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

The difference between good action movie sequences and bad ones comes down to editing. 315 more words

Michael DeLaney

I Have Varying Interests

One of those interests is comic books, and I’m here to tell you that if you don’t follow Greg Capullo on twitter, well, go follow Greg Capullo. 11 more words

Heroes and Villains Join Forces this May in JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE

In the concluding issue of writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo’s DARK NIGHTS: METAL (on sale March 14), the bestselling BATMAN talent team will shake the DC Universe to its deepest foundations and do something that even the most passionate fans will characterize as unimaginable and utterly audacious. 386 more words

Comic News

Home for the Holidays, or, The Court of Owls

The recent Batman: Noir release (a format presenting seminal Batman stories in black and white inks without any color) of writer Scott Snyder, artist Greg Capullo and inker Jonathan Glapion’s The Court of  Owls has proven an excellent opportunity to revisit a story that has cemented its place as a Batman classic despite being less than a decade old. 750 more words

Pony Tricks

Review: DARK NIGHTS METAL #4 (SPOILERS)

By RUSSELL BERGER

“I’m taking this like a tragedy– no, seriously,” was my takeaway from DARK NIGHTS: METAL #3, after how the issue unfolded and seriously under-delivered. 1,186 more words

ITC Comics

Review - Dark Nights: Metal #4 (DC Comics)

Publisher: DC Comics
Writer: Scott Snyder
Artists: Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, Fco Plascenia
Release Date: 20th December 2017 565 more words

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