Detective Comics

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    The Geeked Gods Podcast-Oh Captain, My Captain

      The Geeked Gods Podcast-Oh Captain, My Captain We talk all things Captain Marvel, Shazam, Walking Dead, Disney Fox Layoffs, Google Stadia the future of Videogames? #James Gunn getting his job back, Detective Comics 1000 and more…. With Ashish, James, Angelo, Derek and Baxter… #Podcast, #Shazam, #CaptainMarvel, #Stadia, #DetectiveComics1000,...
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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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    Detective Comics #959 One Night Only Review

    Detective Comics #959 Review By John Saavedra   The second part of “Intelligence” is a slow burn with quite a bit of exposition. There are multiple stories being told in this issue, and I get the sense that they’ll all come together eventually. The main focus in #959 is...
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    Detective Comics #958-Review

    Detective Comics #958 Review By John Saavedra @johnsjr9   “Detective Comics” begins a new arc with issue #958, and it’s all about Azrael, the assassin turned hero whom writer James Tynion IV has lovingly reintroduced into the Batman family in the past few issues. Something’s coming for members of the...
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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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    Batman: His Surprising link to Classic Pulp Comics

    Batman’s surprising link to classic pulp heroes By Christopher Baggett   DC Comics’ Batman has been one of the most recognizable, charismatic comic book characters since he debuted way back in 1939’s “Detective Comics” #27. For nearly 80 years fans have clamored for the adventures of Bruce Wayne, the...