available at Newsarama.com today, in this week's Best Shots column.
I've got reviews of two books I haven't mentioned here on EDILW yet—Flight Volume 5 and Drawn+Quarterly's new addition of Raymond Briggs' Gentleman Jim. So go check 'em out if you're interested; I'll have a post on the new volume of Flight here later tonight, and a look at as many of Briggs' books as the Columbus-area libraries had tomorrow night.
Also of especially special note is O.J.'s "Batman R.I.P. Roundup," which mentions something I completely missed in reviewing last week's issue of Nightwing.
As it turns out, Nightwing doesn't really match up with the events in Batman, which is where the "R.I.P." sstory is actually occurring. In Batman, Nightwing was beaten up by the Black Hand's Club of Villains and imprisoned in Arkham Asylum, whereas in Nightwing, which references the events of Batman in such a way to suggest that they're happening simultaneously, Nightwing's not only not imprisoned in Arkham, but he's not even in the Gotham City the whole time.
So I guess it's safe to say that if you're interested in Grant Morrison's reintigration of The Silver Age Batman continuity into the grim and gritty post-Crisis continuity in "Batman R.I.P.", you can feel free to ignore most of that handy 20-book checklist DC provided.