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    Detective Comics #965 Review

    Detective Comics #965 Review By John Saavedra James Tynion IV’s run on Detective Comics began with a big fake out that saw Tim Drake sacrifice his life to save the rest of his team from the Colonists’ Bat-Drones. Tim seemed to disintegrate in a flash of light and flame...
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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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    Gotham Season 4 Premiere: ‘Pax Penguina’ Review

    Gotham Season 4 Premiere: ‘Pax Penguina’ Review The subtitle for Gotham season four is “Dark Knight,” and sure enough, the first sight we see this episode is Bruce Wayne, fighting crime. A massive development, if his current costume’s basically a ski mask, the show revels in the start of...
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    Batman: The Red Death #1 Review

    Batman: The Red Death #1 Review By John Saavedra   Dark Nights: Metal, the big event crossover from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, has finally kicked off in full force this month with a series of spinoffs and one-shots that tie into the main story. While Batman’s allies in...
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    Batman Returns: Legends of the Strangest Batman Movie Ever Made

    Batman Returns: Legends of the Strangest Batman Movie Ever Made By John Saavedra   Batman Returns is a decidedly different kind of Bat film because it’s not really one at all. It’s a Tim Burton film that just happens to star the Batman, Catwoman, and Penguin. For his second...
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    Dark Nights: Metal #2 Review

    Dark Nights: Metal #2 Review By John Saavedra   Batman is at his very best when he’s outsmarting everyone else, whether it be his rogues gallery, a cosmic threat, or his Justice League friends. Scott Snyder always writes Batman like he’s the smartest man in the room, and that’s...
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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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    1966’s Batman: The Movie

    1966’s Batman: The Movie By James O’Donnell Justice League hits theaters this November and (please for the love of god let it be good) we here at the Geeked Gods thought it would be fun to run through the cinematic history of some of some DC’s biggest and brightest....
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    The Road to Justice League

    The Road to Justice League by Ashish Thomas We here at the Geeked Gods are on the Road to Justice League “You have to know the past to understand the present.”-Carl Sagan “The present defines the future. The future builds on the foundation of the past.”- Lailah Gifty Akita...