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BatmanDCDetective ComicsFeaturedReview

The first Batman book of the Zero Month has arrive in the form of Detective Comics #0. Will this kick off give us what we know or present a new side to the legend of Bruce Wayne? Major Spoilers has your answer now!

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DC Comics has announced that Detective Comics is getting a new creative team in October to “tell twisted stories of the Dark Knight.”

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BatmanDetective ComicsFeaturedRetro ReviewReview

Or – “The Lacuna Between Golden And Silver Ages…” In my mind, the beginning of the Silver Age of Comics is marked by Showcase #4, the first appearance of Barry Allen, in late 1956.  (Some people mark it with the first appearance of J’onn J’onzz in 1955 or Captain Comet in 1951.)  But as with any of the nebulous ages of comics, true Silver Age story-telling didn’t kick in all at once, allowing certain characters to keep up their late-Golden Age antics for many years.  This is one of the most fondly-remembered issues of that weird negative zone of comics

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When Detective Comics #8 arrives, be on the lookout for the Tony S. Daniel penned back-up story featuring Harvey Dent.

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As DC moves more of it’s comics to the digital-day-and-date-release, it is also slowly increase the number of “digital combo packs.” These combos are print editions of comics with a redemption code inside to get a copy of the digital edition for “free.”

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BatmanDCDetective ComicsFeaturedNew 52ReviewTony Daniel

The Joker escaped? A child kidnapped? Bruce Wayne getting it on? This issue is going to give you a splitting head-ache.

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BatmanDCDetective ComicsFeaturedNew 52ReviewTony Daniel

What started out as an ensemble piece featuring world famous detectives doing what they do best eventually found itself focusing on one detective – the Dark Knight. Some 70 years later, DC has seen fit to relaunch/reboot the series, and Stephen and Matthew have been tasked with sorting out the pieces.

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DC Comics has released a sneak peek of Detective Comics #879 that arrives in stores this week.

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DC Comics has announced the next round of number one issues, today featuring all things Batman. And yes, Detective Comics is getting a new number one, and it doesn’t feature a racial stereotype on the cover….

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DC Comics has released a sneak peek of Detective Comics #877 that arrives in stores this week.

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BatmanBatman And RobinBatwomanDC DirectDetective ComicsFeaturedGotham City SirensReview

The Thanksgiving week is a really weird one. It makes for a short work week, which is nice, but the four day weekend, where we stuff our gullets with turkey and spend the next three days in a stuffing filled haze can be a bit overwhelming. Such is the case with DC Comics and the plethora of Batman titles released each week. Since I’m such a Batman fan (he said with much sarcasm), here’s a rundown of the past week’s Bat-titles.

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artArt Appreciation Moment of the DayBatmanDCDetective ComicsFrancesco Francavilla

DC Comics unveiled Francesco Francavilla’s cover to Detective Comics #874, and it’s a stunner. via The Source

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BatmanDCDetective ComicsFeaturedReview

Locked in a never ending battle of good versus evil. The city of Gotham has been plagued by mooks who think it is rather cool to get jazzed on Joker Juice and go wilding through the streets. Meanwhile someone pretending to be Batman is calling for all good citizens to become vigilantes and protect their fair town. Something is going to come to a head, and it does in the final installment of David Hine’s Batman: Impostors arc.

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BatmanDCDetective ComicsFrancesco Francavilla

I can’t believe I missed this announcement last week, especially since we’ve been featuring Francesco on this site so often.  DC Comics announced that Francesco Francavilla will be the artist on the Commissioner Gordon co-feature that be a part of Detective Comics. “I have been a fan of everything Batman since… ever! I’ve also been a fan as of late of the terrific storytelling of that talented fella known as Scott Snyder, so you can imagine my reaction when I got the invitation to be part of this run of DETECTIVE COMICS. I pinched myself, then asked my wife to

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