Category: Batman Comics

Justice League: Volume 7: Darkseid: War Part 1 Review

Justice League Volume 7 Darkseid War Part 1 review by Deffinition

Justice League: Darkseid War: Part 1 By Deffinition Justice League’s New 52 Series ranks up there as one of the best. It’s gone from strength to strength over the last Seven Volumes and deserves it’s standing as one of DC’s flagship titles from the era. Beginning in 2011 with Origin, the series burst onto the […]

Batman: No Man’s Land Volume 4 Review (New Edition)

Batman No Man's Land Volume 4 Review By Deffinition

Batman: No Man’s Land Volume 4 Review (New Edition) By Deffinition Batman: No Man’s Land has been a defining arc in the Dark Knight’s history. Reshaping the landscape of Gotham, the cataclysmic Earthquake has really pushed the Caped Crusader to his limits and there have been some epic moments throughout the saga. Finalising this legendary […]

Earth 2: World’s End (Volume 1) Review

Earth 2 Worlds End Volume 1 Graphic Novel Review by Deffinition as part of New 52 readthrough

Earth 2: World’s End (Volume 1) Review By Deffinition After getting off to one hell of a rocky start, Earth 2 has cemented itself as one of my favourite graphic novel runs of all time. With a stellar finale in Volume 5: The Kryptonian, the landscape of the universe has changed completely. World’s End sets […]

Justice League Original Movie Script Breakdown #SnyderCut

Justice League Snyder Cut Original Script and Deleted Scenes Plot Synopsis Breakdown

 Justice League Original Movie Script Explained By Deffinition Justice League’s production was marred with controversy. Originally planned as a two parter, the movie was severely changed after the poor reception of Batman V Superman. Over it’s troubled history tabloids were littered with rumors of rewrites, directorial replacements, and humungous reshoots. If you are a […]

Watching The Watchmen | Doomsday Clock #4 Review

Doomsday clock issue 4 review by deffinition and tom kwei as part of watching the watchmen podcast the comic book analysis discussion that talks all things comic books

WATCHING THE WATCHMEN ON ITUNES – Click Here To Go Subscribe Doomsday Clock Issue 4 Review Rorschach Origin Story Analysis by Tom Kwei and Deffinition After suffering from huge delays, the Watchmen Sequel Series is finally back with it’s fourth issue: Walk On Water. This Rorschach centric origin story answers many of the questions that […]

All-Star Batman: The First Ally: Volume 3 Review

All-Star Batman The First Ally review by Deffinition as part of graphic novel talk

All-Star Batman: The First Ally: Volume 3 Review By Deffinition All-Star Batman has definitely outweighed the main Rebirth Batman Series in more ways than one. With Scott Snyder at the helm, it’s no surprise that the books have been outstanding from start to finish and the writer rarely puts a foot wrong. Stepping forward with […]

Batman: No Man’s Land Volume 3 Review (New Edition)

Batman No Mans Land Volume 3 New Edition Review By Deffinition as part of Graphic Novel Talk

Batman: No Man’s Land Volume 3 Review (New Edition) By Deffinition Batman: No Man’s Land has been one of the most inconsistent arcs that I’ve ever read. For every phenomenal feature on The Dark Knight there was an equally terrible one waiting round the corner. Spanning over years (publication wise) it’s not hard to comprehend […]

Batman: Legacy Volume 2 Review

Batman Legacy Graphic Novel Analysis

Batman: Legacy Volume 2 Review By Deffinition Batman: Legacy Volume 1 ended on some devastating Cliffhangers. Tim Drake is at death’s door, Catwoman is in the thick of it and Ra’s Al Ghul is about to take over the world with his new heir, Bane. There has never been a more dangerous time for The […]

Injustice Gods Among Us: Year One: Volume 2 Review

Injustice gods among us year one volume 2 review by deffinition as part of DC graphic novel read through

Injustice Gods Among Us: Year One: Volume 2 Review by Deffinition Injustice Gods Among Us: Year One got off to an incredible start. The introductory book was outstanding in its reimagination of long standing characters and the graphic novel rightly deserved it’s 9.5/10 score. Picking up where that story left off is Year One: Volume […]

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