Sidekicks are so much more than a youthful foil to their heroes. They also represent how important mentorship can be to a young person.
James Tynion IV and his team draw from earlier issues in this chapter of “The Fall of the Batmen.”
Teen Titan fan favorite Beast Boy has finally been cast!
Benjamin Percy concludes a strong arc with TEEN TITANS #11. This arc has done a great job developing Jackson Hyde as an important member of the Teen Titans. As a consequence, this issue doesn’t focus enough on some of the other Titans like Starfire, Raven, or Beast Boy. Nonetheless, the strong writing, art, and character development in this issue make it worth your time.
DETECTIVE COMICS #962 is just the conclusive chapter that James Tynion IV’s “Intelligence” arc needed. It boasts a strong story held up by powerful themes and mysteries. Tynion works beautifully alongside incredible artists Alvaro Martinez and Raul Fernandez to create a fantastic issue about the struggles of Batman and friends.
James Tynion IV writes DETECTIVE COMICS #960, a continuation of the “Intelligence” arc. While the art by Raul Fernandez and Alvaro Martinez is a major highlight of this issue, the story has no flow between two diverging plotlines. The result is one interesting story with Batman and Zatanna alongside an undeveloped storyline with the mysterious Order of St. Dumas.
James Tynion IV masterfully probes Batman’s methodology, not through his personal psychology, but through the effects of his mission on both his allies and adversaries. The result is a simultaneous condemnation and celebration of Batman’s role in the world, told from an excitingly fresh perspective.
In the DC Universe, there exist two families that share a deep and meaningful bond. The first is a family of detectives, people draped in loss and shadows that use their skills to fight crime and corruption in the city of Gotham. The other is a family of people gifted by a great extra-dimensional energy source with abilities such as …
In NIGHTWING #5, Gotham City is under attack by monsters created by Hugo Strange. Batman doesn’t want to see any more of his team members hurt, but the situation is quickly growing too chaotic for him to control alone. Can Nightwing convince Batman to let him help? Read on to find out!
BATMAN BEYOND #14 splits the story into two parts. One that reminds us of Terry McGinnis as Batman and the other with Terry as Rewire. The story is told well with eye-catching flashbacks.
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