E.A. Henson takes a look at Dark Nights: Dark Metal, the event comic of the summer for DC. He also remembers Denny O’Neil.
Batman continues his rockin’ & rollin’ turn under superstar creators Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo in what could be the (or their?) last Batman story ever told!
For the better part of a year, DC Comics have been publishing the six-issue mini-series, Dark Nights: Metal. Today, the series comes to a ridiculously epic conclusion.
Over the last few months, DC Comics has been publishing their Dark Nights: Metal mini-series, along with a bunch of one-shots that spin out of the main title. Dark Nights: … Continue reading It’s No Laughing Matter Reading “The Batman Who Laughs #1” On The Wednesday Run
It’s been one of the greatest – if not the greatest – Batman storyline runs ever. I know. I know. High praise, indeed. But that’s what writer Scott Snyder and … Continue reading Super Heavy Falls On BATMAN #50 On The Wednesday Run
Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for … Continue reading The GAR! Podcast: Tears in Heaven
There are so many great comic book compilations available this holiday season, you’re sure to find something of interest for a friend or loved one (or yourself). The only thing … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Holiday Gift Guide 2014: Comic Book Compilations Part 2
Have you been watching Gotham, the new fall television show that centers around the death of an important, rich couple, the start of one good man’s policing career, and the … Continue reading The Answer Is Batman Vol. 5: Zero Year-Dark City On The Wednesday Run
Riddle me this: What’s better than a fallen Bat, in a lawless city, at the mercy of a question mark? The answer: Not much, that’s what! A story nearly a … Continue reading Riddle Me This Batman #33 On The Wednesday Run
There are some big, plans a-brewing when it comes to everyone’s favourite Dark Knight Detective. It’s been seventy-five years since the first appearance of Batman within the pages of Detective … Continue reading Celebrate The Bat & The Clown On The Wednesday Run
Since DC Comics’ whole “New 52” initiative started nearly two and a half years ago, one of the most consistently entertaining titles the comic book company has published has been … Continue reading Riddle Me This Batman #29 On The Wednesday Run–March 12, 2014
So, where were you in May, 1939? Enjoying a corn dog at the New York World’s Fair? Betting your pals that Lou Gehig’s consecutive games-played baseball steak would never, ever, … Continue reading Celebrate An Historic Number With Detective Comics #27 On The Wednesday Run–January 8, 2014