New Release Tuesday – October 10

Tuesdays bring the release of new books and movies to keep us all occupied. Let’s take a look at the highlights of what’s now available for our consumer entertainment!

New Digital Releases

Batman vs. Two-Face – In Adam West‘s final turn as the Caped Crusader, Batman and Robin are back in classic 1960s animated action, protecting Gotham City from some of the most nefarious villains in comics history. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 17).

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Subway Shorts: Forged Metal

DC Comics kicked off its next big event, the Batman-centric Metal, with the first of two one-shots leading into it this week, as a good chunk of the Caped Crusader’s friends are trying to figure out just what the hell he’s doing.

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Subway Shorts: Crossover

DC Comics has a lot of crossovers planned this year, from the Justice League-Power Rangers mash-up to the Looney Tunes mash-ups coming later this year. Last week, we got another set, as the DC superheroes got to meet the stars of the Hanna-Barbera line.

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Subway Shorts – Oct. 17

Today’s books for review are all over the place, spanning from National City to Krypton (Supergirl), from the deepest reaches of space to Warworld (Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps), and a New York Police Department interrogation room… at least a few weeks in the future (The Black Monday Murders).

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DC Rebirth Misses

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It’s been about 15 weeks since DC Comics released Rebirth – the general close to the 5-year mission of the New 52. So as we’ve just passed the 100 days mark, I thought I would take a look at the line. Over the next couple of days, I’ll be discussing what I’ve enjoyed over the last 100 days and what I haven’t.

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