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AdmiralWhiskers reviewed Batman #76 Aug 7, 2019
6.0

I jumped on in the mid-60's, and this qualifies as the first Batman by King that I've read that was halfway decent.

I note that being on the desert on a horse with no name over the previous issues, ending up in a brutal Batman v. Batman throw-down with one Batman emerging, meant absolutely nothing. All those songs, all those Russian storybooks read to us over and over and over...nothin more

Batman #76

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Aug 7, 2019

"City of Bane" continues! Bane has taken over Gotham City, and Batman is nowhere to be found. At least, not a Batman anyone recognizes. Flashpoint Batman is now patrolling the city, dispensing a violent brand of justice and taking out rogue villains who haven't yet signed on with Bane. It's all building to a rebellion among the bad guys who don't w...

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Zack Anderson reviewed Powers of X #1 Jul 31, 2019
2.5

After House of X, this was boring. Just like old Cable issues, I find it hard to care about new future characters. Also, 10 years between founding and present ignores the fact that it's been at LEAST 14 years Marvel time. This book sucks.

Powers of X #1

By: Jonathan Hickman, R. B. Silva
Released: Jul 31, 2019

FEAR THE FUTURE! Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman (INFINTY, NEW AVENGERS, FF) continues his revolutionary new direction for the X-Men. Intertwining with HOUSE OF X, POWERS OF X reveals the secret past, present  and  future of mutantkind, changing the way you look at every X-Men story before and after. You do not want to miss the next seminal m...

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Zack Anderson - Jul 31, 2019

Moira sums up my final feelings on the issue: "It seems like the type of thing I SHOULD enjoy, and yet... I look around at all these [panels] and know it's just a show for those who need one. A distraction from what's really going on, if you will." What's really going on is they're bringing back Earth-1610 and this is the long setup.

allenquanobi - Aug 1, 2019

That's a cool theory! See that's why I find it interesting, anything can happen in my eyes. But if you r set that that's what's happening then I guess you'd think mystery solved. For me, I like just savoring everything and waiting for next issues

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Branden Murray reviewed Powers of X #1 Jul 31, 2019
5.0

X-Men as a whole, despite this relaunch, remains largely inexcessible, and with Hickman now at the helm , and two issues in, to me it seems to remain no different. X fans will eat up the new direction however it's still very much the same flavor . Future timelines and butt hurt humans vs XMen ? I thought this was a relaunch .

Powers of X #1

By: Jonathan Hickman, R. B. Silva
Released: Jul 31, 2019

FEAR THE FUTURE! Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman (INFINTY, NEW AVENGERS, FF) continues his revolutionary new direction for the X-Men. Intertwining with HOUSE OF X, POWERS OF X reveals the secret past, present  and  future of mutantkind, changing the way you look at every X-Men story before and after. You do not want to miss the next seminal m...

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ohhaimark reviewed Batman #75 Jul 18, 2019
2.5

THE GOOD:

-Hey! Mitch Gerads is here! I didn't know that! Tony Daniel's art was good, but in my opinion Gerads' was superior in its atmosphere, truly capturing the "apocalyptic" Gotham this issue is trying to sell. Plus he is not only a fantastic penciller, but a damn good color artist.

-This wasn't as bad as the last few issues.

THE BAD:

-There is no more

Batman #75

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Jul 17, 2019

"City of Bane" begins! Bane's minions have moved into Gotham City, taken control and are ruling with an iron fist-including rounding up any villain who refuses to sign onto Bane's program-and Batman is nowhere to be found. At least not the Batman anyone knows. It's like someone has replaced the real Gotham City with a twisted funhouse-mirror versio...

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myconius - Jul 20, 2019

what DC Stuff just said!

Darkseid24 - Jul 20, 2019

I’d rather finally want to know, why& how Thomas can even be here. And guess the Eisner is the Oscars 😂

DC Stuff rated Batman #75 Jul 18, 2019
1.0

Batman #75

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Jul 17, 2019

"City of Bane" begins! Bane's minions have moved into Gotham City, taken control and are ruling with an iron fist-including rounding up any villain who refuses to sign onto Bane's program-and Batman is nowhere to be found. At least not the Batman anyone knows. It's like someone has replaced the real Gotham City with a twisted funhouse-mirror versio...

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Batman Jones reviewed Batman #74 Jul 9, 2019
10

Damn, that was good.

Batman #74

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jul 10, 2019

"The Fall and the Fallen" concludes with a father-and-son showdown. Flashpoint Batman reveals his fiendish reasoning for dragging Batman into the desert, and who is in the coffin they've been dragging along with them. But is this a step too far? It's Bruce Wayne versus Thomas Wayne for the right to wear the cowl, and all of Gotham City hangs in the...

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Br'er Lapin - Jul 16, 2019

Like a cat sitting at the table. He didn't actually say this part.

YourGreenMuse - Jul 16, 2019

Well, that's where the Mark Waid fix comes in.

DC Stuff reviewed Batman #74 Jul 10, 2019
1.0

How does bruce fight? It was spelled out last issue that he was still messed up and healing from major back surgery???

Batman #74

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jul 10, 2019

"The Fall and the Fallen" concludes with a father-and-son showdown. Flashpoint Batman reveals his fiendish reasoning for dragging Batman into the desert, and who is in the coffin they've been dragging along with them. But is this a step too far? It's Bruce Wayne versus Thomas Wayne for the right to wear the cowl, and all of Gotham City hangs in the...

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Nihilist reviewed Superman: Up In the Sky #1 Jul 3, 2019
3.0

I can easily imagine a board meting at DC with conversation going more or less like this:
Dan DiDio: You are quite possibly the most hated writer at our house right now. People despised Heroes in Crisis and your Batman run. They accuse you of not telling any stories but some pseudointellectual gibberish, ruining Batman, Harley Quinn, Booster Gold, Poison Ivy, Wally West and Arsenal. And now y more

Superman: Up In the Sky #1

By: Tom King, Andy Kubert
Released: Jul 3, 2019

Available to comics shops for the first time! Following a home invasion that ends in murder, Superman is put on the trail of a Metropolis mystery by Batman-but can even the Man of Steel discover the truth behind these tragic deaths, or their ties to the far-off world of Rann? These stories by Tom King with art by Andy Kubert guest-starring Green La...

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allenquanobi - Jul 3, 2019

I've read ur reviews on Tom Kings Batman, and while I'm not a fan of that series it's pretty clear you let that series affect your judgement on this book.

Nihilist - Jul 3, 2019

Note that I actually enjoyed first three arcs of his Batman run, and I often defend them. He later lost his way, clearly, and I don't feel like this comic is any different.

DC Stuff rated Batman #73 Jun 20, 2019
1.0

Batman #73

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jun 19, 2019

"The Fall and the Fallen" part four! Batman has been defeated by Bane's minions and chased out of Gotham. As a last-ditch effort to save his son from the lonely fate of being Batman, his father from another universe, Thomas Wayne, a.k.a. the Flashpoint Batman, is taking Bruce to the far ends of the Earth to try to give him the one thing that will c...

DC Stuff rated Batman #72 Jun 5, 2019
1.0

Batman #72

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jun 5, 2019

"The Fall and the Fallen" part three! Is this the end of Gotham City? Bane's army of villains is taking over the city, and Batman's back is against the wall. With all the things Bane has done to him over the last year-from breaking up his wedding to trying to assassinate Nightwing, and then invading Batman's mind to expose his most terrible fears-c...

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Batman Jones reviewed Batman #72 Jun 4, 2019
9.0

I'm going to be so sad when King's time on Batman (and Batman/Catwoman) is done. 50 years as a Batman fanatic and I've never loved a run better.

Batman #72

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jun 5, 2019

"The Fall and the Fallen" part three! Is this the end of Gotham City? Bane's army of villains is taking over the city, and Batman's back is against the wall. With all the things Bane has done to him over the last year-from breaking up his wedding to trying to assassinate Nightwing, and then invading Batman's mind to expose his most terrible fears-c...

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Talon1load - Jun 5, 2019

That sounds like a creepy porno

Darkseid24 - Jun 5, 2019

😂

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Darkseid24 reviewed Heroes In Crisis #9 May 29, 2019
5.5

I don’t think this issue is that bad& looking back at the whole story it gave us a realistic take on what happens, when humans are confronted with things, that goes beyond their understanding& capacity. What I never liked about Rebirth was the idea, that the heroes just would be fine with having the memories of 2 separated lives. I can’t think of anyone staying sane& being able to deal with th more

Heroes In Crisis #9

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: May 29, 2019

The most-talked-about miniseries of the year reaches its stunning finale! The mystery behind the murders at Sanctuary is solved, but the mind behind it is one the heroes never expected. With their deepest secrets exposed, the Trinity has to consider how to carry on. Should the tragedy cause them to redouble their efforts to help their hurting comra...

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DC Stuff - May 31, 2019

wally didn't have memories of 2 separate lives! Tom King messes up the idea by throwing in past continuities but that was never ever explained. These characters are all part of the New 52 continuity that carried over to the Rebirth. Don't confuse hack writing for a deeper story

DC Stuff - May 31, 2019

This wally is the new 52 wally - he didn't remember having a family. He saw another version of himself and a family in Flash War hypertime but it was not "his family". I think the story should have been about multiple memories but was that was not brought up at any time in the story. Again, don't use tom king's utter lack of what the continuity is make you think there is a deeper meaning. He never once said in the book or in interviews that they were dealing with multiple memories

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bucswin611 reviewed Heroes In Crisis #9 May 30, 2019
6.5

While sometimes things are not as satisfying as we'd want, what really hurts is how much this series has missed the point regarding PTSD. The art is phenomenal. Why would Hal Jordan question what will is? I think he knows. The panels running through DCU heroes teases what could have been a better series.

Heroes In Crisis #9

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: May 29, 2019

The most-talked-about miniseries of the year reaches its stunning finale! The mystery behind the murders at Sanctuary is solved, but the mind behind it is one the heroes never expected. With their deepest secrets exposed, the Trinity has to consider how to carry on. Should the tragedy cause them to redouble their efforts to help their hurting comra...

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Br'er Lapin - Jun 1, 2019

I know, he is my favourite character. He has said before he just wings it.

Br'er Lapin - Jun 1, 2019

Well, it is more fair to say Green Lantern is my favourite series... my actual favourite GL is Guy Gardner.

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myconius reviewed Batman #67 Mar 20, 2019
2.0

decompressed


pointless


filler


"beep" "beep"

Batman #67

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Mar 20, 2019

The "Knightmares" continue as Batman chases a new foe in an impossible race. Over rooftops, across alleyways, up and down the streets of Gotham City, this lightning-fast crook outsmarts the Dark Knight at every turn. Is that because the man under the mask is someone more familiar than he knows? Artist Lee Weeks returns to BATMAN for an all-out acti...

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Darkseid24 - Mar 22, 2019

Lol that would be something new at least

Bat-Sharkrepellent? - Mar 31, 2019

Agreed

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myconius reviewed Batman #56 Oct 3, 2018
4.5

it's too bad the rest of the issue didn't match up with the first few pages.

aside from a very cool opening...
the rest of this comic was a who lot of nothing. just random scenes of Batman looking for KG Beast questioning random characters, spread throughout random scenarios...
...Batman & Bronze Tiger somewhere in Asia, fighting random ninjas...
...Batman somehow bound, more

Batman #56

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Oct 3, 2018

The Dark Knight's looking to drop both the hammer and sickle on the KGBeast, whose rampage across Gotham City takes a toll on Nightwing when he's injured in the fray. Blaming himself for his ward's fate, Batman gets grimmer than usual-and vows to take the Russian assassin down like the Berlin Wall. Is even Gotham City ready for that much violence? ...

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Synthozoid - Dec 20, 2018

you got me

myconius - Dec 20, 2018

great. now i'll probably need a tetanus shot.

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Herushalaim reviewed Mister Miracle #11 Sep 21, 2018
7.5

Well, this was better than the last few issues, for sure. I hope, with the ending, that this doesn't become an "it was all a dream" thing or a set-up for Heroes in Crisis. I want Mister Miracle, Barda and Jake to be brought into the Rebirth universe at the end of all this because anything else would be an absolute waste. We know from the cover of Heroes in Crisis #1 that Mister Miracle and Barda m more

Mister Miracle #11

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Sep 19, 2018

If there's one thing popular fiction has taught us by now, it's: never make a deal with the devil! And yet Mister Miracle is still listening when Darkseid approaches him with just such a devilish proposition-if Scott sends his newborn son to Apokolips, there will be peace on New Genesis. Since when has Darkseid been famous for his honesty?! It'll b...

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Br'er Lapin - Oct 8, 2018

You can buy that, but it is highly unlikely to be the real reason.

Herushalaim - Oct 9, 2018

Maybe if Jim Zub wasn't already doing stuff with Viv and Vision, like Vision dying and everything, it'd be more unlikely.

DC Stuff rated Batman #54 Sep 5, 2018
4.5

Batman #54

By: Tom King, Matt Wagner
Released: Sep 5, 2018

Dick Grayson-the original Robin-gets to spend some quality time fighting crime with his mentor for the first time since Batman popped the question to Catwoman. It's a walk down memory lane as Bruce Wayne helps Dick get over the loss of his high-flying acrobat parents, which in turn led to his crime-fighting career. Guest artist Matt Wagner (Mage, T...

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DC Stuff rated Batman #53 Aug 19, 2018
1.0

Batman #53

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Aug 15, 2018

"Cold Days" continues! The jury in the Mr. Freeze trial is hopelessly deadlocked because one man won't vote guilty-and that man is Bruce Wayne. Freeze's defense is that Batman used excessive force, making his arrest illegal, and Bruce is the one man who actually knows for sure what went down between Batman and his ice-cold nemesis. And if Bruce is ...

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myconius - Oct 15, 2018

DC Stuff - i'm very curious what your thoughts were on both of the Batman/TMNT cross-overs? if you'd had a chance to read either of them?

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KFuqua reviewed Batman #53 Aug 16, 2018
2.0

I have been a Batman fan for most of my life and I think this run by Tom King may be the worst I've seen. So out of character and poorly done. If DC lets King stay on this book, I may have to drop it and I really hate that thought.

Batman #53

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Aug 15, 2018

"Cold Days" continues! The jury in the Mr. Freeze trial is hopelessly deadlocked because one man won't vote guilty-and that man is Bruce Wayne. Freeze's defense is that Batman used excessive force, making his arrest illegal, and Bruce is the one man who actually knows for sure what went down between Batman and his ice-cold nemesis. And if Bruce is ...

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myconius reviewed Batman #53 Aug 15, 2018
3.0

this is fan-fiction level writing just to get Bruce back into the ‘Year One’ Bat-suit.

more time wasted with Bruce trying to sway the jury, instead of just exonerating Freeze as Batman.

now we get a theological analogy of Bruce comparing Batman to God that will make your eyes roll so hard, they just might pop out of your skull.
at any point as Bruce rambles on you’ more

Batman #53

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Aug 15, 2018

"Cold Days" continues! The jury in the Mr. Freeze trial is hopelessly deadlocked because one man won't vote guilty-and that man is Bruce Wayne. Freeze's defense is that Batman used excessive force, making his arrest illegal, and Bruce is the one man who actually knows for sure what went down between Batman and his ice-cold nemesis. And if Bruce is ...

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Quinn reviewed Batman #53 Aug 15, 2018
1.0

Wow, I am not going to sugar coat this one.

This issue just plain sucks.

Bruce's entire explanation that Freeze is innocent is that Batmanis human and humans make mistakes.

Bruce talks to a juror about God and how Bruce's father wanted Bruce to believe in God, but when Bruce's parents were killed he stopped believing in God and was lost until he found Batman. But B more

Batman #53

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Aug 15, 2018

"Cold Days" continues! The jury in the Mr. Freeze trial is hopelessly deadlocked because one man won't vote guilty-and that man is Bruce Wayne. Freeze's defense is that Batman used excessive force, making his arrest illegal, and Bruce is the one man who actually knows for sure what went down between Batman and his ice-cold nemesis. And if Bruce is ...

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nec - Aug 15, 2018

All your complaints were addressed in the previous issue where Bruce explains that the whole case was based on Batman finding the slug off ice in the brains that the police missed and that the police later varified was there after batman found it, but no one considered this slug was added after the first autopsy and is reasonable doubt but only if you believe batman is fallible. So yes you missed something.

Mister Bungle - Aug 19, 2018

Some of these subjects of complaint only came up in this issue. How could they have been addressed in the previous issue?

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Mister Bungle reviewed Batman #51 Jul 18, 2018
1.0

Trash.

Batman #51

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Jul 18, 2018

The honeymoon's over for Bruce Wayne as Gotham City's most prominent citizen gets selected for jury duty in a chilling court case involving Mr. Freeze! Freeze claims the charges should be dismissed because Batman used excessive force; cue the outrage and media circus. While doing his civic duty, Wayne's forced to take a hard look at the Dark Knight...

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myconius reviewed Batman #51 Jul 18, 2018
2.0

to quote Heath Ledger’s Joker…
“what happened? did your balls drop off?”

a comic about a court drama with Bruce being just as big a cuck as ever.

this comic was so decompressed, and spread thin beyond belief. not that the story that we do have was all that compelling to begin with.

throw in some stupidity like Dick Grayson announcing his actual name wh more

Batman #51

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Jul 18, 2018

The honeymoon's over for Bruce Wayne as Gotham City's most prominent citizen gets selected for jury duty in a chilling court case involving Mr. Freeze! Freeze claims the charges should be dismissed because Batman used excessive force; cue the outrage and media circus. While doing his civic duty, Wayne's forced to take a hard look at the Dark Knight...

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DC Stuff - Jul 19, 2018

Also, Fries worked for Bruce Wayne and was fired from Wayne Enterprises in this continuity

myconius - Jul 20, 2018

i can definitely see your point. and this is a valid argument, especially when the comic is trying to go for a more realistic grounded tone. one of my biggest problems with this version of Batman is what a completely sissified panty waste Bruce has become. he used to be BATMAN, now he's just a Bat-unic.

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myconius reviewed Superman #1 Jul 11, 2018
6.0

This series picks up right where Bendis’s mini left off.

-the art was beautiful
-it was cool to see Superman doing Super things
-the flashbacks with Lois were really nice (hopefully she comes back to the series soon)

-i’ve already had more than enough of mopey Superman from the New52
-Jon does not act a THING like Jon.
-Bendis still has Flash acting li more

Superman #1

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Jul 11, 2018

A bold new chapter for the greatest superhero of all time begins here as the superstar team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Ivan Reis begin their run on the all-new SUPERMAN! The fallout from the Man of Steel miniseries has Clark Kent looking at the world through new eyes... with new ideas about what Superman could and should do for the c...

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DC Stuff - Jul 13, 2018

The clark/jon part seemed way off to me. Clark is more in tune with jon than this and Jon is way off! Jon has become a kid who is constantly talking back and not listening, which may be normal for a 10 year old, but not yhis 10 year old. If he acted like this before, supes would have forbid him from "playing" with damian.

myconius - Jul 13, 2018

great point DC Stuff! this change in Jon's behavior did not feel at all organic. it was a sharp left turn that sacrificed characterization. i mean even if Jon was just freaking out over his "possible future" we'd still see some glimmer of the how he acted before. people just do NOT completely change into a WHOLE other being. it's just that Bendis didn't bother or care enough about Jon to do his homework on him is all. at least his version of Lois seemed ok.

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myconius reviewed Batman #50 Jul 3, 2018
1.0

i should have known to stay away the first time i left this series. but i allowed myself to be lured back with false hope. what's worse is so many stories leading up to this issue have been nothing more than useless filler!!

there is a poor excuse of a twist at the end that’s supposed to set up what’s to come.
but WHO CARES???
they think after this gargantuan betrayal, we more

Batman #50

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jul 4, 2018

It's the wedding you never thought you'd see! The Batrimony is real as Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle are set to tie the knot in a can't-miss, extra-length milestone issue that will reshape Gotham City. All their friends (and a few enemies?) will be party to a comic book coupling for the ages. Superstar scribe Tom King officiates the sure-to-be-offbea...

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Talon1load - Jul 8, 2018

Hey now, I really liked BvS. Don’t try to tarnish that by associating it with Tom King. Lol

myconius - Jul 8, 2018

Talon1load - you're right! to be fair, i really enjoyed BvS when i saw it in the theater. i even bought the blu ray as well. but it definitely is a guilty pleasure. i can admittedly see it for all it's flaws. but as you said, it DOES NOT deserve to be lumped in with the filthy mess that is Tom King's Batman. lol

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4.5

Ok. So, this is slightly better than the previous issue. I still don’t care for it. What is King trying to do? Reminisce about the “good old days” of Batman villains? Won’t Batman be a little pissed that Catwoman went for the kill? Is she “jokerized” or something? When did Joker poison Batman? Quit making Batman so inept. Quit trying to be clever and meta and write a comic Batman fans more

Batman #49

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jun 20, 2018

"THE BEST MAN" part two! Now it's up to Catwoman to rescue her one true love. It's the Cat vs. the Clown in one exciting showdown that sets the stage for our giant anniversary issue-and the biggest union in comics!

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Who’s afraid of the big, bad - Jun 25, 2018

Bored...I’m bored. This conversation has gotten fairly pointless. I don’t think anyone is going to change anyone else’s mind. Aether is obviously a troll that has drank the Tom King cool-aid. Some people like King’s Batman and others do not. I do not. I will continue to think that way and rate his comics that way. At least until he changes my mind.

Æther - Jun 25, 2018

Tom-king cool aid? I didn't even like Omega Men. His only other comic I've read. So far he's 1 for 2 in my mind. also yeah, I'm done with this thread, we got way off topic. We should just stick to talking about issue 49.

DC Stuff commented on this:
10

I picked this up from reading Kaplan's Image/Top Cow Eclipse comic. Even though I read only the first arc I liked Kaplan's story telling so I gave it a try, because why not? Mostly all Aftershock books imo are great reads and this was a fun and a different spin on the premise. No spoilers here. Also Alvaro's art wort is the first I've seen and it fit the book well and has a good art style imo. So more

Lost City Explorers #1

By: Zack Kaplan, Alvaro Sarreseca
Released: Jun 20, 2018

Lost cities aren't just the stuff of myths. They exist hidden right under our noses. But when a mysterious expedition is disrupted by supernatural activity, and an antiquities professor goes missing, his teenage daughter and her friends must become underground urban explorers, follow his tracks on a coming-of-age journey through subterranean tunnel...

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DC Stuff - Jun 25, 2018

Im checking this out

TheImageIsStrong - Jun 25, 2018

Yeah I enjoyed issue one and I liked Kaplan's Eclipse from Image/Top Cow. The art is solid as well so let me know what you think after you read it. After issue 2 I'll see if I add it to my already big pull list lol. Take care.

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TSwan98 reviewed Batman #48 Jun 9, 2018
1.0

Tom King is the worst thing that has happened to Batman. I would rather read All Star Batman and Robin. At least Batman talks in that crap

Batman #48

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jun 6, 2018

"THE BEST MAN" part one! Batman and Catwoman decide it might be better to elope rather than go through some big, stodgy wedding ceremony, but no sooner do they put their marriage on the fast track than The Joker appears! And when The Joker kidnaps the Caped Crusader, will he give his old foe a piece of his mind or bash in his brains?

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Sav reviewed Batman #48 Jun 10, 2018
1.0

i liked the art. i felt this joker is kinda lazy, but overall pretty evil, so i like that.

but there are way too many 10s for an unbelievably shit comic. when did batman become dumber than a pile of rocks. this is one of the laziest jobs ever done to a comic. was there no oversight on this? plus, with all the hype, this is such a letdown.

id give this comic a 2.5, but the u more

Batman #48

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jun 6, 2018

"THE BEST MAN" part one! Batman and Catwoman decide it might be better to elope rather than go through some big, stodgy wedding ceremony, but no sooner do they put their marriage on the fast track than The Joker appears! And when The Joker kidnaps the Caped Crusader, will he give his old foe a piece of his mind or bash in his brains?

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SnakeWilson reviewed Batman #48 Jun 8, 2018
2.5

the comic has batman in the title and the character speaks 1 word in the whole story.
he does not care when a woman is killed in front of him and falls into the joker trap in the most idiotic way possible. Should batman be a strategist or something?
The comic also seemed to stretch a scene that should last half a story to a whole comic and I do not like what they are going to do, catwoma more

Batman #48

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jun 6, 2018

"THE BEST MAN" part one! Batman and Catwoman decide it might be better to elope rather than go through some big, stodgy wedding ceremony, but no sooner do they put their marriage on the fast track than The Joker appears! And when The Joker kidnaps the Caped Crusader, will he give his old foe a piece of his mind or bash in his brains?

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