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"Gotham Is," or, Batman: The Series Finale

After wrapping up Superheavy, their final story arc on Batman, writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo (with inker Danny Miki and colorist FCO Plascencia) put a period at the end of their sprawling, five-year bat-sentence with one of the single greatest individual issues of their entire run. 525 more words

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Batman 51

Today, Drew and Spencer are discussing Batman 51, originally released April 27th, 2016.

Drew: Nostalgia is a complicated force in superhero comics. On the one hand, a 75-year history is a unique and powerful tool, one that can be mined to celebrate past achievements and reward loyal readers; on the other hand, an audience’s fondness for that history may be exploited, used in lieu of actual quality to assure sales of a given title.  2,111 more words

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Batman #51 - Review - "The End of a Legacy." (Spoilers)

Ladies and gentlemen, we have finally reached Batman #51, this being Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s last Batman Comics comic.

#51,which started 5 years ago with the New 52, brings the book end to a legacy. 469 more words


Batman #51

“All right Bats, get ready to…” say goodbye to Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo.  That’s right, folks.  The dynamic duo of the comic book world are parting ways, with this month’s issue of… 484 more words


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Batman #51 (DC Comics) 

I know, I know, I JUST reviewed Batman #50 last month. But this is arguably the biggest comic of the week, and I can’t let that pass by the reviews! 817 more words

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Batman 51 review

Only two titles have kept my attention throughout the whole of the New 52 – this and Batgirl. Of the two, Batman is more consistently good and when it needs to, it has moments of sheer genius. 543 more words

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Interview: Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo Discuss What Batman Means to Them

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on April 26, 2016.

After almost five years on the title beginning with the very first issue at the start of the New 52, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo are leaving  3,264 more words