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Gotham Episode 1.5: Viper – Review

This week’s episode of Gotham takes it up a notch, to say the least.  We see lots of wheels turning, and for once, it is starting to become much more than a procedural cop drama with Batman characters thrown in [...]

October 21, 2014 Movies and TV
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Baturday: Justice League #35, Batman and Robin #35, and more!

Holy ginormous week of comics, Batman!  With a (slightly late) review of Gotham under my belt, this week’s releases were just extra icing on the Bat cake.  There were ten (10!) Batman-related books that hit the shelves this week, and [...]

October 18, 2014 Features
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DC Review: Supergirl #35

Writer: Tony Bedard Artist: Jonboy Meyers Spoilers Sweeties! Fresh out of the Future’s End Kara teams up with the Red Hood………….Jason Todd…………..to face off against alien gun runners. As the issue opens Kara is dropping off the parents of her [...]

October 18, 2014 Reviews
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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
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DC formally announces cinematic universe

Well, it’s a good day to be a DC Comics fan.  It’s also a good day to be a DC movies fan, too (even though for some reason that is something that is a bit hard to be, for some [...]

October 15, 2014 Movies and TV
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DC Review: Batgirl #35

Writers: Cameron Stewart & Brenden Fletcher Artist: Babs Tar ( breakdowns by Cameron Stewart ) SPOILERS SWEETIES! When writer Gail Simone was announced to be leaving Barbara Gordon………….Batgirl…………..behind many of Gail’s fans were nervous…………& then she came back. Gail wrote [...]

October 12, 2014 Reviews
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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
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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
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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
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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
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10 Supergirl Stories That You Must Read

Rocketed to Earth from the remnants of the doomed planet Krypton. Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No! It’s………………….not Superman!!!!!!!! It’s [...]

September 28, 2014 Features
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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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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
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Signals from the Multiversity #2

Golden Age comics/characters tend to occupy a weird niche in the comics market today. Even more so for the pulp characters of the 30s to early 1940s. Dynamite Entertainment has carved out a market for itself by lapping up the [...]

September 19, 2014 Features
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Author Page: Jeff Hill

Who am I?  I’m Batman.     Naw.  Not really.  I’m actually Jeff Hill, the Chief Creative Officer of Comic Booked LLC.  Which means a lot of things, really.  It means that I read a lot of comics and books, [...]

September 13, 2014 Author Page