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Sidekicks Aside: Is The Concept of a Hero Partner Dying or Returning Slowly to Life?
What is the purpose of a sidekick? The word itself arouses about as much sympathy as one would receive when he or she is referred to as a “second wheel” or “second class citizen” by… [more]
“The Greatest and / or Worst Picto-fics of All Time”: The Multiversity: The Just #1
Three issues in and the Multiversity event shows no signs of slowing down or disappointing. One of the added joys of The Just for me personally was seeing more of Ultra Comics and that books… [more]
What Damian Wayne Says about Adult Comic Fans
A few days ago, one of my friends from work was telling me about a particularly attractive girl that he knew from his other job. I know, this isn’t a terribly interesting way to start… [more]
Who’s Your Daddy: Examining the Parental Relationship Between Bruce and Damian Wayne
Very few of our comic book heroes have real biological families.
Oh, Brother, I Hate Your Guts: The Use of the Brother Versus Brother Motif in Comics
Comic books, like all other forms of literary mediums, use a few different literary devices to stimulate our interest.
Deconstructing Batman and Robin: Damian’s Transformation (Part 3)
While Damian’s name can be interpreted as “to tame,” it can also be interpreted as “to conquer,” which seems to be Talia’s reasoning for his name when she says in issue #7, “Damian will stride… [more]
Deconstructing Batman and Robin: Damian’s Transformation (Part 2)
While Dick Grayson’s growth as Batman is certainly one way of interpreting Batman and Robin, one shouldn’t forget the “Robin” part of the title.
Deconstructing Batman and Robin: Damian’s Transformation (Part 1)
The very idea of Batman having a son was criticized before Damian ever made his first appearance.
Damian, You Son of a Bat!
Damian is the son of Bruce Wayne and Talia Al-Ghul, and has become one of the central characters in Morrison’s Batman epic and beyond.
Batman #666: The Future Looks Back to the Past
Batman #666 begins with a Golden Age homage to the origin of Batman, featuring the words “Who He is and How He Came to Be,” just like in that classic Bob Kane story.