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    Batman Forever-Review

    Batman Forever-Review by Jacob Hill Batman Forever is the strangest artifact of a strange time for superhero movies. It’s easy to agree that The Dark Knight is a veritable masterpiece or that Batman and Robin is an unmitigated disaster, but Batman Forever gets almost as much right as it...
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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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    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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    Nightwing: The New Order #1 Review

    Nightwing: The New Order #1 Review By John Saavedra   DC has published no shortage of grim alternate future stories set in Gotham, but for once it’s not a fascist Batman laying down the law and branding criminals. Instead, it’s the original Boy Wonder, Dick Grayson, who leads this...
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    Best Sidekicks in Comics

    What’s a superhero without a sidekick? It’s important for a superhero to be able to stand on their own, but it definitely helps when they have a younger or inexperienced character that stands right next to them.  Somebody a superhero can train, teach, and then let move on to...
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    Ranking the Robins: Best to Worst

    There’s only one Batman, but there are a multitude of Robins.  Throughout his comic book history, Batman has had several sidekicks named Robin – so many that it could be argued Robin is the most important member of the Bat-family (aside from Batman, of course).  With that in mind,...
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    Lego Batman movie review

    Lego Batman movie review I for one never thought that LEGO would be such a large franchise, from video games to movies. When they released the first LEGO video game, Star Wars back in 2005 no one could ever imagine it would grow into such a large franchise. In...