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Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries Vol. 1 | Review

The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries Vol. 1 finds The Dark Knight Detective reteaming with the cowardly canine and teen ghost-breakers on a regular basis.

Batman and Robin and Howard | Review

Robin Damian Wayne is starting at a new school, where he’s surprised to learn that he may not actually be the smartest and most athletic student. That role might already be filled by a boy named Howard. Can the two rivals become friends in time to save Damian’s dad Batman from a new soccer-themed villain?

Exploring Gotham City | Interview

Writer Matthew K. Manning on building Exploring Gotham City, a thoroughly detailed guidebook to Batman’s home town, from the bowels of the Batcave to the penthouse of the Wayne Industries building.

Batman: The Adventures Continue Season One | Review

Batman: The Adventures Continue presents new stories set in the world of Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures by some of the best creators available for the job…some of the same guys who presented the original adventures.

Batman Adventures: Nightwing and Batgirl Return

Batman: The Animated Series’ Batgirl and Nightwing return in a pair of collections of evergreen late-nineties comics that should pleases fans of the characters’ ,more recent interpretations.

Review: ‘Batman: Overdrive’

Before he was Batman, Bruce Wayne was a teenager trying to restore his late father’s broken down muscle car in Shea Fontana and Marcelo Di Chiara’s ‘Batman: Overdrive,’ a refreshing overhaul of Batman’s origin story.

Review: ‘Super Sons: The PolarShield Project’

The first DC Zoom graphic novel disappoints; there’s too much shoved in without any substantial resolution.

Review: ‘Batman and The Justice League Vol. 1’

A Japanese creator brings a fresh eye to some iconic superheroes.

Interview: Jeff Parker, Michael Moreci and Dan Parent on ‘Archie Meets Batman ’66’

Gotham City circa 1966 was an almost ideal place to commit crimes. There were always museums, galas, and charity fundraisers to rob, there was a large pool of men of low character willing to adopt goofy codenames and uniforms in order to serve as henchmen, the place was lousy with raw material to build elaborate […]

Review: ‘Batman & Robin Crime Scene Investigations’

This set of four hardcover storybooks makes up a new series in which the famous caped crimefighters use forensic investigation techniques to solve crimes. It’s a clever way to encourage scientific thinking and understanding the real-life background behind superhero adventures. The Felon’s Fowl Flames: Batman & Robin Use Fire Investigation to Crack the Case The […]