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Action Comics and Detective Comics reboot Superman and Batman with new #1s! Are they reason enough to start reading comics again?
14 Sep 2011
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Welcome back zappers, Im Devin Curry with *******Shazap****. Your online video source for comic book news and reviews. Follow me on Twitter at *******twitter****/devincurry. Just like the last issue, while it bears the RIP mark it is pretty far from the other books and time line wise takes place well before it. Like I said before the parallels with the original Hush story are showing again, for instance Catwoman still has a thing for Batman and is thinking about making it known. I like the history about Bruce and Tommy for what it shows us about Tommy more than how it represents Batman. I think the less that we know about Bruce Wayne before his parents died the better. It only tarnishes what he has become. Tommy however is vindictive, evil kid who grew up to become a bad ass villain. In the last issue we hear him talk about his mentor and when it is revealed in this issue it makes so much sense and just makes Hush that much scarier. I wasn’t really into it last issue but the twist in this book has got me hooked and I can’t wait for the next one.
10 Sep 2008
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Welcome back zappers, Im Devin Curry with *******Shazap****. Your online video source for comic book news and reviews. Follow me on Twitter at *******twitter****/devincurry. First off this is a pretty monumental accomplishment for DC getting to issue 850 with Batman. Congrats DC. This story ended a lot stronger than I had anticipated. I lost interest with the last issue and was just waiting for the end. The additional information about Hush and Tommy Eliot was great and added the depth to his character that really solidifies him as a part of Batman’s rogue gallery. He was definitely a strong character but he lacked some of the history that the other villains have. The Bat family came together, which I always enjoy seeing, but the best part of this story is the epilogue. Catwoman is one vindictive kitty. What she did to Hush in retaliation for his attack on her just down right awesome. It also leaves Hush desperate, broken and with nothing. I have a feeling he is going to come back stronger and more vicious than ever. This is a very exciting time to be into the bat books and the next few months have the potential to bring us some great stories. This is the end of one chapter and the next issues will be a good time to get in if you’re not already. Distributed by Tubemogul.
4 Dec 2008
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Paul Dini (writer, Batman: Detective Comics) gives us a few minutes on the San Diego Comic Con Floor to discuss his online cartoons project, his future work with Top Cow Comics, and how his stories in Detective Comics fit in the Batman R.I.P. storyline.
1 Feb 2012
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We're counting down the top comics of 2009! This episode, #5-#1! Disagree? Talk back in the comments! And be sure to subscribe and tell your friends!
30 Dec 2009
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X-Men's toughest babe takes on the near-invincible Wonder Woman, and only one will survive! Which skill-sets and weapons will these brutal beauties use? Who will win? Who will die?
27 Dec 2011
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Today Arris gives you the History of Superman from his creation to now! Plus find out what comics you should buy this week!
27 Jun 2013
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Today's show has reviews for Dark Wolverine #75, Batwoman: Detective Comics #854, and Barack the Barbarian #1! Be sure to comment, subscribe, and tell your friends!
30 Jun 2009
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Today's show is a Speed Round! Be sure to comment, subscribe, and tell your friends! Pull List: Dark Reign The Hood #3 Northlanders #19 Last Days of Animal Man #3 Lone Ranger #17 Citizen Rex #1 Dark Reign Young Avengers #3 Sinister Spider-Man #2 Marvel Zombies 4 #4 Batwoman Detective Comics #855 Dark Reign Hawkeye #4 Tales of The Corps #3 Wonder Woman #34 Rapture #3 Fear Agent #27 Superman #690
4 Aug 2009
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Today's show is a Speed Round! Be sure to comment, subscribe, and tell your friends! Pull List: Salt Water Taffy #3 The Web #1 Hack Slash #25 and #26 Wolverine Origins #40 Madman #17 No Hero #7 '76 #5 Fantastic Four #571 Invincible #66 Hellblazer #259 Zero Killer #5 Batwoman: Detective Comics #857 X-Men: The Confession Blackest Night: Superman #2 Dark Reign: Made Men #1
6 Nov 2009
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Today's show is a Speed Round! Pull List: Wonder Woman #37 Worlds Finest #1 Superman #693 Abe Sapien: The Haunted Boy 28 Days Later #1 Superman: Secret Origins #2 Wolverine: Weapon X #6 Green Lantern #47 Blackest Night: Titans #3 Tales of the TMNT #63 Ultimate Avengers #3 Last Days of Animal Man #6 Cowboy Ninja Viking #1 Arkham Reborn #1 Batwoman: Detective Comics #858
6 Nov 2009
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More than 1,200 items, most auctioned without reserve. Golden and Silver Age comics. Action Comics #1, Amazing Fantasy #15, Superman #1, Batman #1, and many more. More than 700 CGC-graded comics. Original art by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Robert Crumb, Frank Miller, Wally Wood, Charles Schulz, Gary Larson, Frank Miller, Neal Adams, Carl Barks, Joe Kubert, Dick Sprang, Gene Colan, and Dave Cockrum. X-Men, Avengers, Daredevil, Peanuts, Far Side, and Spider-Man art. Captain America, Wonder Woman, Iron Man, and Green Lantern comics. First issue of the Shadow pulp magazine. Brought to you by Heritage Auctions, which recently auctioned a Detective Comics #27 for over one million dollars! Registering to bid is free and quick. Full-color catalog is available. Detailed descriptions and enlargeable images of every lot at HA****.
30 Apr 2010
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