Bruce Wayne

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    The War of Jokes and Riddles starts here-Batman #25 Review

    Batman #25 Review By John Saavedra Even someone as ridiculously secretive as Bruce Wayne knows that there can be no secrets between a husband and wife. Tom King and Mikel Janin’s “The War of Jokes and Riddles” is Bruce’s confession to Selina, who he proposed to in #24 to...
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    The Mystery of the Button

    DC has been building up the mystery of a button found in the Batcave ever since DC Rebirth over a year ago. Clearly, the iconic button belonging to The Comedian, the on-going story in Rebirth so far as been the unknown identity of Mr. Oz, a figure imprisoning DC...
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    Wonder Woman: One of the Pillars of the DC Trinity

    For many comic book fans, the first thing that comes to mind when they hear the word Trinity is of course the big three: Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman (that is of course aside from the ho-lee trinity of Jeepers, Gosh and the Holy Smokes). DC’s marquee characters have...
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    “Batman/The Shadow” #1 Review

    I recently did a post about Batman and his unique connection to The Shadow, a piece which you can read here. I loved both characters growing up. Batman, of course, stemmed from countless summer afternoons watching the 1966 “Batman” series and Tim Burton’s 1989 adaptation of the character. I...
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    Valentines Day Drinks

    (credit: D’USSE) Mystique Ginger Did you know that Cognac is actually an aphrodisiac? Named after your favorite girl down at the pole and the most badass red head in comics.  If you’re lucky you won’t be spending Valentines Day drinking this at the club but I hear they have...
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    Batman: Earth One, Vol. 1 is Among the Best of Batman

    Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Gary Frank Publisher: DC Comics I’m so sick of origin stories for Batman. I know who the character is; we all do, at this point. How many times do I have to see Bruce Wayne react to the death of his parents? Don’t you think,...
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    Batman: Haunted Gotham Review

    Writer: Doug Moench Artist: Kelley Jones Colors: John Beatty Publisher: DC What happens when you take Batman and suck the substance right out of the character? What happens when you also add in magic, unreasonable and ridiculous explanations for everything, and rewrite his story to take all tragedy out...
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    Almost Got Em’: Actors Who Almost Super

    Almost Got Em’: Actors Who Almost Super   Superhero movies are the most bankable box office source material in the film industry right now and will be for the foreseeable future. It seems that slapping a DC or Marvel scroll before any movie not about the Fantastic Four is...
  • Many Faces of the Caped Crusader

    The Many Faces of the Caped Crusader

      Since Tim Burton’s Batman was released in 1986, there have been a total of seven live-action films, 17 animated films, and eight TV series centered on the life and times of DC Comics’ bat-themed hero, and another film is right around the corner. Depictions vary, but most incarnations...