Review by: robbydzwonar

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Price: 2.50

You know what the best episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold was during this first season after it’s recent incarnation?  I don’t neither.  I only watched the first three episodes so far, and I have to admit, Batman: The Brave and the Bold #1 was better then all three of the episodes I saw, and for one reason alone: Lex Luthor. 
I like the idea of Batman teaming up with another DC superhero every week to take on another DC supervillian, but so far, they haven’t had the best co-stars.  I’m not a Blue Beetle fan whatsoever, Green Arrow I could probably manage without, and Aqua Man is okay, but none of these are nearly on par with DC classic supervillian Lex Luthor. 
Powergirl seemed kind of cool also.  No comment on the frontal features but I’m sure you’ll notice on your own.  Whoever the guy was who drew this sketch, James Tucker I believe his name is, definitely had balloons in mind, and I don’t mean word balloons either.  Anyway, I don’t wanna get into too much detail about that because Conor will throw away my review that I worked really hard to submit.
To make a long story short, if you are a fan of the new Batman cartoon on the Cartoon Network, and most people on the Playstation Network are because Batman cartoons are like the only comic book related media it has other then those played out Watchmen motion comics that got played out on itunes months beyond months ago, you’ll definitely love Batman: The Brave and the Bold #1 enough to pay the $2.99, read it once, and give it to your younger cousin just so nobody thinks anything.
I totally put Gotham After Midnight back on the shelf and grabbed this this week!!  Oh and I just love how the cover is like classic style!

Story: 3 - Good
Art: 3 - Good


  1. i’ll say that i think the cartoons have gotten better and better since the first couple. they’re aimed at kids, but still have some very fun characterizations. dickish green arrow, arrogant blowhard aquaman, and sassy old geezer wildcat have all been terribly entertaining. the wildcat/outsiders episode was probably the best of the season so far – some well-played generational conflicts in there.

    glad to hear this is a fun book too!


  2. I hate this interpretation of Aquaman!

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