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Crossing the Streams: Batman and Dracula

Here at Crossing the Streams, we check out those moments when characters who don’t normally interact suddenly do. To many ...

No Context Given: Start Spangled Comics #85

Batman has faced psychological threats from the likes of Joker, Scarecrow, and the Riddler. But he was unprepared for the ...

Throwback Thursday: Just A Little Bat-Crazy

Welcome to another issue of Throwback Thursday, where Panelteers get to chat about the books we’re reading that aren’t all ...

My Batman: Grant and Breyfogle

Batman. It’s a name. A word. A brand. It’s pop culture and Na-Na- Na-Na Na-Na- Na-Na Batman. It’s half a ...

Collector Mentality: My Last Comic Book Hunt

Imagine, if you will, the big game hunter. Rifle slung over his shoulder, full safari get-up, right down to the ...

Comics Fetish: Volume 2

Welcome to Comics Fetish, your weekly dose of wallet pain. If you’re a fan of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, ...

Crossing the Streams: Scooby-Doo and Batman

Here at Crossing the Streams, we check out those moments when characters who don’t normally interact suddenly do. Many times, ...

My Kryptonite: Stoic Men With Faith Issues

“I don’t care what you believe, just believe in it.” – Derrial Book. “Blind faith in your leaders, or in ...

Further Reading: ARROW Season 3

Excited for Arrow Season 3? A lot of us at the Panels offices are, too. With the premiere of the new ...

No Context Given: BATMAN #21

Having grown up mostly friendless and alone, Batman is unsure of how to properly end a social visit.

I Don’t Care About Accuracy In Book Adaptations

Once upon a time, ages ago, I went to see The Dark Knight, the second of Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies, ...

7 Novels To Read If You Love Batman

Superheroes generally aren’t my thing, but I’ve loved Batman since I was a wee child. My dad found the 1960’s series ...

The New 52 and the Post-Bat Affleck Freakout

I am not a comic book nerd. I’ve never read so much as a single dialogue bubble of Thor’s, Iron ...

The Importance of Endings

A little while ago on Twitter, Joe Hill mentioned that after years of work, he had written the very last ...

Gimmicks, Language, and the Evolution of Reading

(This is No. 43 in our series of Public Service Films, following the success of No. 42, How Not To Be ...