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Forever Evil Event: Forever Evil 7

Forever Evil 7 Geoff Johns, David Finch Forever Evil Crossover Spoiler alert!  You have been warned! Well.  Here we are.  The grand finale.  And let me tell you: it was definitely worth the wait.  DC event mastermind Geoff Johns joins [...]

May 21, 2014 Reviews
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A League of His Own: The New Teen Titans and Dick Grayson

With the impending end of Scott Lobdell’s run on the New 52’s “Teen Titans,” DC has planned yet another relaunch. To be blunt, Lobdell’s  run was pretty terrible, so it was clear that a change was needed. Kenneth Rocafort did [...]

April 29, 2014 Features
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Death of the Family to Receive Die-Cut Covers

The event that will surely shake the Bat-family to its core and the shape the future of Gotham City is just around the corner. Death of the Family is due to hit shelves this October with issue #13 of what many consider [...]

October 1, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Batman and Robin #12

This month’s Batman & Robin #12 proves once again that writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason are indeed a formidable one-two punch in DC Comics’ New 52 Universe. The superb combination of Tomasi’s streamlined, air-tight writing and Gleason’s sharply [...]

August 14, 2012 Reviews
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Flash-Bat Week: Roundup

Still craving a bit more Batman this weekend?  Can’t find your favorite ​Batman and Robin​ post?  Here’s a recap of Comic Booked’s Flash-Bat Week coverage, helping you gear up for​The Dark Knight Rises​. ​Movies: Flash-Bat Week: Batman (1966) : David [...]

July 23, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Batman #11 – Special Mea Culpa Edition

Last month, in one of my reviews, I wrote a piece explaining my dissatisfaction with the twist ending in DC Comics’ Batman #10, written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Greg Capullo. Since I was the only reviewer out there [...]

July 16, 2012 Reviews
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Story Mode: Justice League Alternates, Part 13

ORACLE File A00404   Batman has returned to Gotham City.   Well, sort of. As far as anyone knows, Batman has returned to Gotham City. Bruce is still missing, however, and remains my priority in the search for our missing [...]

May 5, 2012 Reviews
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Red Hood and the Outlaws #6 Review

Red Hood and the Outlaws is quickly becoming one of my favorite titles in the New 52 line up. Issue #6 brings me in even more by giving me a few answers to questions I’ve had since Issue #1; the [...]

February 15, 2012 Reviews
Facing the Court! Review – Batman: 4&5

Facing the Court! Review – Batman: 4&5

Hey there, Comic Booked readers, sorry for the delay in the past few issues of Batman. To make up for it we have a double issue review! Scott Snyder has weaved quite a mystery with his ongoing DC Batman series [...]

February 1, 2012 Reviews
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Nightwing #5 Review

In the current series Nightwing finds himself where he started as a child. Haly’s Circus, It was left to him by the murdered owner Haly. Now he finds himself in charge of where he trained as a boy acrobat performer [...]

January 21, 2012 Reviews
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Best of 2011: Biggest Disappointment

As 2011 comes to a close, it’s safe to say that it has been a banner year for the comics industry and fans alike. Here at Comic Booked, we have always taken our comics pretty seriously, and after a stellar [...]

December 30, 2011 Reviews
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DC Announces Batman Beyond Unlimited!

In a move that will set a precedent, DC has announced an ongoing series that will appear digitally prior to its print release. That’s right comic book purists, starting in February 2012 Batman Beyond and Justice League Beyond will appear [...]

November 16, 2011 Reviews
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Review: Batgirl #3

A very interesting dynamic between Batgirl and Nightwing is revealed this month.  After she is unsuccessful in stopping Mirror from killing his latest victim, Barbara Gordon once again begins to wonder whether she came back before she was ready. Her [...]

November 10, 2011 Reviews
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Behind “Batman: Arkham City” at NYCC

Back in 2009, gamers everywhere were lucky enough to be able to experience the definitive Batman gaming experience with Batman: Arkham Asylum from Rocksteady Games and DC Comics. This year fans are even luckier, as we’re getting a sequel in [...]

October 22, 2011 Reviews
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Sets Them Apart: Bruce Wayne

There are characters in the comic world that are set apart from the rest. Superman, Wonder Woman, Captain America, Spider-man, etc. These characters for some reason have the ability to carry a company. DC and Marvel have lived and died [...]

September 30, 2011 Features