Tag: Detective Comics

REVIEW: Detective Comics #1000

Detective Comics #1000 is a landmark comic, representing the dominance of a comic book character who is as fresh and vibrant today as he was in 1939.

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REVIEW: Detective Comics #1000

Detective Comics #1000 featured image

80 years of Batman has lead to this anniversary issue by some of the best Batman creators of all time and then some. Check it out!

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Do You Even Comic Book Review Podcast- Detective Comics #1000

Do You even Comic Book Review Podcast Detective Comics 1000

On this episode Sceritz and Troy Jeffrey-Allen talk about Detective Comics #1000 by Jed McKay.

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REVIEW: Detective Comics #995

Detective Comics 995 Batman Alfred

Batman races to save Dr. Leslie Tompkins life while an attack strikes at Wayne Manor

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REVIEW: Detective Comics #981 – “Truth and Consequences

Detective Comics #981

The end of James Tynion IV’s Detective Comics run defies convention and receives all star artist support.

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REVIEW: Detective Comics #974 – “Fall of Knights”

Detective Comics 974

Tynion IV’s writing made all the events leading to this issue feel avoidable despite the characters’ actions seeming inevitable.

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REVIEW: Detective Comics Annual #1

Detective Comics Annual #1 Feature Cover

Entitled simply “Clay,” the issue is a retelling of Clayface’s origin from James Tynion IV.

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