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reviewed Batman: Under the Red Hood. August 31, 2010
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Batman: Under the Red Hood
      BATMAN UNDER THE RED HOOD   Batman Under the Red Hood is a new DC Universe animated film based on a few different Batman comics that started with “A death In the …
reviewed Batman: Under the Red Hood. August 09, 2010
Batman: Under the Red Hood
I’ve never been such a big fan of producer Bruce Timm’s animated movies that feature characters from the DC universe. I always looked at them as the way Michael Bay or J.J. Abrams would take …
reviewed Batman: Under the Red Hood. August 02, 2010
Batman: Under the Red Hood
   This is by far the most violent Batman cartoon I've seen and if it weren't for the lack of blood, this film could rank among the more violent movies I've watched in terms of body …
reviewed Batman: Under the Red Hood. August 02, 2010
Batman: Under the Red Hood
   For those of you who have thought the latest DC Comics adaptations from Bruce Timm and the WB have been more on so-so than really awesome, prepare to be impressed by this latest release. …
reviewed Batman: The Man Who Laughs. October 26, 2009
Batman: The Man Who Laughs
I still cannot imagine for the life of me why DC Comics published these two Batman stories together in one volume, let alone why the volume was name The Man Who Laughs (other than the title story sharing …
reviewed Batman: The Man Who Laughs. October 25, 2009
Batman: The Man Who Laughs
I still cannot imagine for the life of me why DC Comics published these two Batman stories together in one volume, let alone why the volume was name The Man Who Laughs (other than the title story sharing …
reviewed Joker (graphic novel). October 15, 2009
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The premise of Joker is nearly unbelievable; however, given that premise, the story is believable beyond a shadow of doubt. Joker, in Joker, is in prime form, after being released from Arkham Asylum (for …
reviewed Joker (graphic novel). October 15, 2009
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The premise of Joker is nearly unbelievable; however, given that premise, the story is believable beyond a shadow of doubt. Joker, in Joker, is in prime form, after being released from Arkham Asylum (for …
reviewed Joker (graphic novel). January 13, 2009
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I have read quite a number of "Batman" tales--among my favorites were "The Killing Joke", "The Cult", "The Dark Knight Returns", the "Venom" and "Last …
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