Dustin and Steph cover the past three weeks and between the latest batch of solicitations and the massive announcement dealing with Tom King’s run, there was a lot that happened. Batman #71, Detective Comics #1004 and Detective Comics Annual #2 are all covered in-depth. The listener questions are paired down this time around as we run out of time, but be sure to leave your comments for the next episode. Also, consider supporting us on Patreon for even more original content.
It is that rare time where Dustin is out of town and the asylum runs itself. Steph and Ian are joined by Chris from TBU’s Bat-Books for Beginners and Batgirl to Oracle to cover the past two weeks including Batman #70 and Detective Comics #1003. Be sure to leave your comments for the next episode and consider supporting us on Patreon.
Dustin and Ian dive into the past two weeks by discussing what the Batman Universe can expect from the releases coming in July plus review Batman #69 and Detective Comics #1002. We switch up Greater Gotham again and hope we have a winner, then have a couple of quickfire discussion points to round out the episode. Be sure to leave your comments for the next episode and consider supporting us on Patreon for even more content.
Two weeks have passed and we are back with two books and a slightly new format for one of our segments. After wrapping up the highlights from WonderCon, we dive into the big announcements regarding two new miniseries coming in July. After that Dustin, Steph and Ian discuss Batman #68 and Detective Comics #1001, which then brings us to Greater Gotham. After covering an interesting submitted question, the crew discusses the DC Universe adding a massive number of comics to the service and what that means for comic fans. Be sure to leave your comments for the next episode and consider supporting us on Patreon.
In this oversized episode, Dustin, Steph and Ian dive into the massive Detective Comics #1000. Before that, we cover the news from the past two weeks including the solicitations for June. Afterward, we cover each story from the anniversary issue of Detective Comics. Wrapping up with some listener comment rounds out the episode. Be sure to leave your comment below and consider supporting us on Patreon.
While it has been a slow couple of weeks on the news front, Dustin, Steph and Ian managed to come across a time machine and travel just far enough into the future to get a copy of this week’s Batman in order to ensure the show had enough stuff to cover. So while there is no Detective Comics this time around as we prepare for the special oversized issue at the end of the month, both Batman #66 and #67 are covered. In addition to comic reviews, the gang also discusses some of the retailer exclusive variants for Detective Comics and since there were no comments on the last episode, dive into a few Monkey Watch topics. Be sure to leave your comments below and consider supporting us on Patreon.
Another two weeks have gone by and Dustin, Steph and Ian are here to cover everything from those two weeks. This time around the crew discusses the solicits for May as well as reviewing Batman #65 (with The Flash #65) and Detective Comics #999. To round out the episode, a discussion takes place about the true flagship title of the Batman Universe as well as why there just aren’t that many good villains created recently. Be sure to leave your comments below and consider supporting us on Patreon.
Dustin, Steph and Ian are here to discuss the past two weeks which included some news about an event starting in May from DC, a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, and more details for Detective Comics #1000. After the in-depth reviews of Batman #64 along with covering The Flash #64 and Detective Comics #998, the Greater Gotham books are covered. We also discuss the recent rumor of DC lowering their number of books published every month and how it could affect the industry. Be sure to leave your comments below and consider supporting us on Patreon.
Dustin, Steph and Ian are here to cover the past two weeks, which includes the solicitations for April along with news regarding Free Comic Book Day. After covering Batman #63 and Detective Comics #997, Greater Gotham gets interesting when they discuss what makes an enjoyable Harley Quinn series. After getting into Listener Comments, the staff gets into the financial breakdown of a comic book among other things. Be sure to leave your comments below and consider supporting us on Patreon.
Dustin, Steph, and Ian are here to discuss the last two weeks of news including DC Comics joining Comixology and a new store exclusive comic released. They cover Batman #62 and Detective Comics #996 in-depth before covering the rest of Greater Gotham. Listener comments this time around bring another great batch of discussion topics. Be sure to leave your comments below and consider supporting us on Patreon.