Favorite and least favorite Batman titles (Blog a day 6)

This is going to be a shot blog tingy today. was cleaning all day so am pretty tired. also i really want to read more of the godfather. such a good book.  
 
my question for everyone is in a world where there are more batman ongoing then you can shake a stick at which one is keeping you comming back and why. and just for fun what is your least favoriter 
 
no surprises here batman and robin has been my favorite. grant morrosion knows what hes doing. his work here and on superman is amazing and can really tella  gret story (though sometimes batman and robin can be a little bit confusing had. to re-read a couple pages once or twice. but maybe im dumb. 
 
least favorite i gotta say batman confidential. but maybe its because i didn't like that "batman vs the undead storyline. maybe ill give it another chance. 
 
how bout you guys? let me know!

6 Comments
6 Comments
Edited by The Mighty Monarch

Batman Confidential #49 was a masterpiece one-shot story. #50 is the start of a sucktacular new arc and a reminder why I rarely buy it. 
 
Other than that Red Robin is pretty consistently excellent and the just finished arc of Detective Comics, Impostors, was mind blowing. And Streets of Gotham ranks right next to Batman and Robin among my absolute favorite series.

Posted by BradBrains
@The Mighty Monarch said:
" Batman Confidential #49 was a masterpiece one-shot story. #50 is the start of a sucktacular new arc and a reminder why I rarely buy it.  Other than that Red Robin is pretty consistently excellent and the just finished arc of Detective Comics, Impostors, was mind blowing. "
that disappoints me becuase the idea originally behind confidential (that of a young bruce Wayne in his first years as batman) seems like a great idea.
Posted by The Mighty Monarch

And it started off so well. Lovers and Madmen was spectacular, and presented my only acceptable origin story for the Joker (FAR better than that pile of horse crap The Killing Joke suggested.) And I very much enjoyed The Bat and the Beast, but everything after that failed to pique my interest. And I had better comics to spend my money on. Like Streets of Gotham. And Outsiders. And Doom Patrol. Love those 3 along with Batman and Robin. Oh, and Batman Beyond has been spectacular as well.

Posted by BradBrains
@The Mighty Monarch said:

" And it started off so well. Lovers and Madmen was spectacular, and presented my only acceptable origin story for the Joker (FAR better than that pile of horse crap The Killing Joke suggested.) And I very much enjoyed The Bat and the Beast, but everything after that failed to pique my interest. And I had better comics to spend my money on. Like Streets of Gotham. And Outsiders. And Doom Patrol. Love those 3 along with Batman and Robin. Oh, and Batman Beyond has been spectacular as well. "

 didnt check out batman beyond. may pick up the trade    
Posted by The Mighty Monarch
@BradBrains: It does the animated series A LOT of justice. I'm extremely excited for the last issue of the miniseries at the end of the month and the beginning of the ongoing in January.
Posted by BradBrains
@The Mighty Monarch:  
 
cant say i payed to much attention to the animated show though i do remember watching it.\\glad to hear it got an ongoing. i know a lot of people where hoping for it