Oh Gotham, where to even start with you? Genuine question here, as this show is so batshit crazy that it’s hard not to just sound like I’m writing a James Joyce stream of consciousness fanfiction about Batman villains. For examples of how crazy this show is you can go back and read my previous two
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So much happened in this week’s Gotham I’m going to get straight into it: The episode opens in the GCPD exactly where we left off with Gordon, Bullock and the slave boy who escaped the Soothsayers in last week’s episode. Gordon is set on rescuing the rest of the slave kids and starts pulling together
Gotham is a show that has absolutely no business being as good as it is. It’s ludicrous, over the top and the concept is insane: a show about Bruce Wayne becoming Batman without Batman in it. We’ve been told in advance that season five is the final season, and they’ve gone completely balls out for
Mystick U #1 DC Comics Written by: Alisa Kwitney Art by: Mike Norton Colors by: Jordie Bellaire Mystic U has been on a long and uncertain path to release but its finally here with a giant-sized issue that is full fills the promise of giving us a very Harry Potter inspired and mystical DC story.
The Flash #35 DC Comics Written by: Michael Moreci & Joshua Williamson Art by: Pop Mhan Colors by: Ivan Plascencia Letters by: Steve Wands There’s a new speedster villain in town and she ain’t messing around. Someone who Flash once trusted has turned against him in a plot for revenge. (SPOILERS) Meena is back as
Doomsday Clock #1 DC Comics Written by: Geoff Johns Art by: Gary Frank Colors by: Brad Anderson Letters by: Rob Leigh When Watchmen first arrived in comic stores in September of 1986 Alan Moore was looking to change the landscape of comics while also commenting on the state of the country and nature of our
Tom King and Mitch Gerads’ first issue in their Mister Miracle miniseries is not one to be forgotten. The series focuses on Mister Miracle (Scott Free) at a painful and scary point in his life, examining his mental state. The superhero’s ability is he can escape anything and it quickly becomes clear that King will twist that
WARNING: SPOILERS FOR SUICIDE SQUAD #22 Yesterday comic fans discovered after reading their latest issue of Suicide Squad that Batman could actually be a metahuman, or at least in the eyes of ARGUS and Amanda Waller, fans were in outrage saying that it completely ruins the character of Batman if you make him a
According to CBR, Scott Snyder’s All Star Batman will end at #14 in September, but the story will be continued in a different format.
Batman and Catwoman have had an on-off relationship, switching between being friends (often more than friends) and foes. But in this week’s Batman issue, a major change comes for the two, that will wrap up in the following issue in two weeks. The following article contains spoilers for Tom King’s run on Batman (2016).