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Gotham Episode 1.4: Arkham – Review

Sorry for the delay, but I finally got around to watching the newest episode of Gotham.  And it was an excruciatingly long wait, let me tell you.  But I don’t have to tell you all that…  You’re aware of my [...]

October 16, 2014 Movies and TV
NYCC 2014

Con Report: New York Comic Con – Day 3

So day three of New York Comic Con, Saturday, was a big day for panels. That’s pretty much what I did all day, sitting through five panels in total, so I’m just going to dive right in and give some [...]

October 12, 2014 Features
Baturday

Baturday: Batman #35, World’s End #1, and more!

Another great week to be a Bat fan…  Check out this week’s Gotham review if you haven’t done so yet, and then remember that there’s a reason DC is putting the Batman in almost every single monthly title they release. [...]

October 11, 2014 Features
NYCC 2014

Con Report: New York Comic Con – Day 1

New York Comic Con officially opened at noon today, but DC decided to kick things off early. At 10:30, they held a joint ceremony with the US Postal Service to unveil the Batman Limited Edition Forever Stamps. Jim Lee and [...]

October 10, 2014 Features
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Gotham Episode 1.3: The Balloonman – Review

If this episode could be summed up with one phrase, it would be this: Gotham is headed toward being a city overrun with vigilantes.  Selina Kyle tells Jim Gordon that she witnessed the Waynes’ murder and takes him back to [...]

October 7, 2014 Movies and TV
Baturday

Baturday: Gotham Academy #1, Grayson #3, and more!

Welcome back to your favorite Bat-themed column here on Comic Booked, Baturday!  As usual, I’ll be covering the issues that came out this week (and some other Batman guest-starring books), reviewing them, and adding some spoilers at the end for [...]

October 4, 2014 Features
Gotham Academy

Review: Gotham Academy #1

You want to know what was the dopest sh*t when I was a kid? Harry Potter and Batman. You want to know what’s even cooler? A partial mixing of the setting and premise of the prior with the world of [...]

October 2, 2014 Reviews
llamas

Top Ten Comics That Should Have Llamas

Llamas are everywhere. They have really become cultural icons of the advancement of society. Every time you see a llama, you can’t help but say, “Aww, a llama!” Movies like Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove have helped to catapult llamas [...]

September 30, 2014 Features
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Gotham Episode 1.2: Selina Kyle – Review

The second episode of the soon-to-be classic Batman origin show, Gotham, was aired last night on Fox.  And though I loved the pilot, there was still something missing.  I couldn’t quite put my finger on it until around ten minutes [...]

September 30, 2014 Movies and TV
Gotham

Gotham: Worth a Look

If looked at as a show that explores the origins of the Batman universe, Fox’s new crime drama Gotham can’t help but let the character’s die-hard fans down a bit.  While this little piece will be free of any spoilers, [...]

September 28, 2014 Movies and TV
Baturday

Baturday: Batman Eternal, Futures End Week 4, and more!

Welcome back and happy Baturday, Dark Knight fans!  Did you catch the premiere of Gotham earlier this week?  What a doozy!  Anywho, let’s get down to it.  Here are this week’s books and this week’s spoilers (in that order, of [...]

September 27, 2014 Features
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Gotham Episode 1.1: Pilot – Review

Well…  That was certainly worth the wait.  If you were hiding under a rock, you might have missed the fact that Gotham, the single most important comic book TV show of all time premiered last night.  Everyone watched it.  And [...]

September 23, 2014 Movies and TV
Gotham comes to FOX

Fall Television Preview: Gotham

On FOX, Gotham lays the groundwork for Batman's story. The origin tale is ambitious but tantalizing. [...]

September 22, 2014 Movies and TV
Top 10

Top 10 Best Non-Superhero Characters in Superhero Comics

In a world filled to the brim with colorfully dressed heroes with bizarre abilities, it can be hard for the average people to truly stand out. Well or poorly written, heroes often have gimmicks that are at least memorable. To [...]

September 20, 2014 Features
Baturday

Baturday: Futures End Week 3, Batman Eternal, and more!

What a week!  So many Bat books that it’s easy to overlook a little bit of mediocrity here and there, just to keep up with all things Batman.  Take that for what it’s worth, knowing that I’ve collected and read [...]

September 20, 2014 Features