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"The War of Jokes and Riddles" Gives Batman Another Opportunity to Feel Guilty in Batman 25

by Spencer Irwin

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

It takes quite a bit of hubris to think you can singlehandedly end crime, even in just one city. 415 more words

Spencer Irwin

T5W - I Don't Like You, But I Love You

Howdy-Ho! Today’s Top 5 Wednesday Topic is: Favorite “Unlikable” Protagonists!

I’ve actually read surprisingly few books where the main character is the bad guy (I’m not sure why; I’ve always loved a good villain), so I’m actually going to have to throw a few antagonists into the mix on this one. 459 more words

Book Reviews

The Reoccurring Knightmare of Bruce Wayne - Arkham Asylum

This is a dream, this is the dream which haunts Bruce Wayne each time he sleeps, as he sleeps through the bright morning light – exhausted after spending his night fighting the nightmarish inhabitants of Gotham hell bent on remaking the city into their own image…this is what he dreams, this is the culmination of his nightmares. 656 more words

Arkham Rat: The Bat is Dead

The Bat is dead…

By Mr. J

The Bat is dead.

The Bat is dead.

Ding. Dong. The Bat is dead.


You’d think I’d be happy, all of you pasty faced twits out there would think this is exactly what I want. 211 more words


Batman (20th Century Fox, 1966)

In the late 80s and early 90s, it was hard to avoid Batman. With the blockbuster success of Tim Burton’s two Batman movies, and the debut of the excellent animated series, Batman was firmly entrenched in the cultural zeitgeist. 795 more words


Innergeekdom - what are the one-on-one matches we want to see?

While the singles and team leagues continue to truck along at pace, the Schmoedown’s Innergeekdom competition keeps picking up new fans despite its stop-start nature. 590 more words

Movie Trivia Schmoedown