Tag Archives: DC Comics

Elsewhere Review: Pat Cadigan and Paul Dini’s DC Comics Novels – Harley Quinn: Mad Love

Originally published on December 9th, 2018, at The Green Man Review! “If resistance to Batman was a crime, then crime was a revolutionary act.” Everybody loves Harley Quinn. Well maybe Batman thinks she’s kind of a pain, but let’s not … Continue reading

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Con News: #BCC2016 Day 1

The first day of a con is always pretty chill.  Most folks wait to grab their flash-est cosplay ’til the weekend, when more folks can partake of the awesomeness.  Many con-goers can’t take the day off, and end up skipping … Continue reading

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Baltimore Screening Pass-palooza: Suicide Squad!

It’s time y’all.  Grab your bestie because it’s ON.  Time for Suicide Squad!  I’ve got 20 Admit-Two passes for readers!  Synopsis! It feels good to be bad… Assemble a team of the world’s most dangerous, incarcerated Super Villains, provide them … Continue reading

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#BCC2015 Bullet Points: DC’s Batman Day panel! Harley, Grayson…and TMNT?

  All this week I’ll be dropping Baltimore Comic-Con knowledge on you.  So let’s get this party started! Bobbie Chase, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Greg Pak, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Tom King got together to talk about all things Bat … Continue reading

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Frank Miller returns to Gotham with “The Dark Knight III: The Master Race”!

HOLY BLIP. Seems Frank Miller is ready to make a trilogy out of  his Dark Knight saga (The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again) by adding The Dark Knight III: The Master Race.  According to DC: … Continue reading

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Off the Shelf — Batman Vol. 6: Graveyard Shift

Nutshell: A great series of stand-alone stories that are hamstringed by a strange shuffle of continuity, and my inability to connect issues with stories.  Could be my bad, but this TPB doesn’t make it easy either.  N00bs, be prepared to … Continue reading

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Short Story/Short Review – Gwenda Bond, Lois Lane: A Real Work of Art

Who wants a review longer than the story itself? Nobody! So here’s the bottom line for a brief tale… Nutshell:  A fine first taste of Bond’s upcoming novel that will introduce readers to a teenaged Lois Lane, Real Work of … Continue reading

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