Bruce Wayne wakes up in Arkham Asylum. Young. Sane.
And…he was never Batman.
That’s the set-up, at least. Though it doesn’t take long for the comic to diverge from that great hook – for better or worse.
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Perhaps not the most well-known hero in the DC Comics back catalogue, Mister Miracle (AKA Scott Free) is having a tough time of things at the moment.
Tom King and Mitch Gerads’ Eisner Award-winning ‘Mister Miracle’ is a realistic look at mental illness and emptiness, all set against the backdrop of Jack Kirby’s wacky Forth World.
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Torchwood returns for a third season – but things have changed. Airing on a new, bigger channel across five consecutive nights – and with the episodes cut down from 13 to 5 – does ‘Children of Earth’ feel like the Torchwood of old?
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For now, with this and that currently halting production, ‘The Tower’ is acting as the season finale. But even in those terms, it’s a fun and effective episode that both sets up the impending threat and introduces us to a very different new character.
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When Torchwood came back for its second series, it had it all figured out. The adult elements had been fine-tuned, the stories were more confident, and there was a real sense of self-awareness about the whole thing. For the most part, it’s really excellent science fiction.
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‘Batman: Digital Justice’ is like a time capsule from the early 1990s. From it’s weird “ground-breaking” 3D art to it’s cautionary message about technology, it’s aged like milk. But surely there’s something of merit here?
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Daryl and Negan bond a little, Carol has her dark night of the soul, Beta reveals his rootin’ tootin’ true identity, and we meet a new character who just might be the ray of light our heroes need.
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