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    All-Star Batman #14 Review

    All-Star Batman #14 Review By John Saavedra   Scott Snyder’s short-lived All-Star Batman comes to a close with a stellar issue #14 that’s high on adrenaline and emotion. It’s a bitter ending, of course. With All-Star, Snyder set out to create smaller stories that could stand alone from the...
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    Batman: The Murder Machine #1 Review

    Batman: The Murder Machine #1 Review By John Saavedra   Batman: The Murder Machine #1 is a cruel book, perhaps the darkest issue of the Dark Night: Metal event so far, as the evil Batmen that came over from the Dark Multiverse take the fight to Cyborg. The issue...
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    Batman 1989-Dance With The Devil by the Pale Moonlight

    Batman 1989  It was the summer of 1989, and the first significant piece of Batman cinema since the 60’s Batman was to hit theaters. Tim Burton, the man, tasked with directing the Bat’s first cinematic experience had been working on the film since 1986 with countless revisions and years...
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    All-Star Batman #13 Review

    All-Star Batman #13 Review By John Saavedra   All-Star Batman reaches its penultimate chapter. With only one issue of Scott Snyder’s excellent Batman series left, things really ramp up for the Dark Knight and Alfred, who has remained a very enjoyable presence throughout “The First Ally.” It’s not too...