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POSTED BY Chris Karnes ON April 11, 2014 Add Comments
While I consider myself a huge fan of the '66 Batman TV series, I confess I never thought there would be a resurgence in popularity with a toy line and ongoing comic book based on TV series. DC Comics has now released a 160 page trade paperback containing Batman stories from the '40s, '50s and '60s from which certain episodes were based on and adorned with an Amanda Conner cover.
What you'll get: A surprising introduction from Michael Uslan. Uslan, the executive producer of the Batman/Dark Knight movie franchise, who if not despised…
Tags: alfred pennyworth, amanda conner, barbara gordon, batman, batman '66, eivol ekdal, harriet cooper, james gordon, joker, killer moth, mad hatter, michael uslan, mr feeze, mr zero, penguin, riddler, robin, zelda the great
POSTED BY Benjamin Scott ON April 7, 2014 Add Comments
So, I guess this Underground civilization lurking in the sewers of Gotham (which seems to have started with Anne Nocenti’s Joker’s Daughter story) just won’t go away… awesome.
Batwing #30 picks up following the abduction and (assumed) torture of Tam Fox, leaving her in a persistent vegetative state. The Fox’s other daughter, 7 year-old Tiffany, is now missing, and Batman has joined in the search. Luke has absolutely snapped under the weight of all this news, and he’s followed a trail of clues to the Underground. There he fights a giant…
Tags: batman, batwing, bruce wayne, dick grayson, eduardo pansica, jimmy palmiotti, justin gray, luke fox, tam fox, tiffany fox
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON April 4, 2014 Add Comments
In this episode, Tim and Dane discuss their favorite looks and designs of the many Batman characters throughout the years, the latest images revealed for the Gotham TV show, their bad fashion choices as kids, review some of the comics from the last two weeks, and Tim survives an Earthquake while recording the episode!
Tags: batman, gotham, the batman universe bat-fans
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON April 4, 2014 Add Comments
Up to date, Earth 2 has been dragging out the hopelessness and horror of war. This one, for the most part, takes a break from that and gives us a moment to breathe. Which was a welcomed issue to take, because things have been getting pretty bleak.
We get to hang out with Jimmy as he breaks down Dr. Fate's prophecies. We get to see Val and Lois hang out, and he is gaining his powers, and tries to shave, but can't because his hair is invulnerable. I hope he takes full advantage…
Tags: dr fate, earth-2, jimmy olsen, lois lane, superman, val-zod
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON April 3, 2014 2 Comments
Holy. Freaking. Crap.
First of all, let's just take a moment, and look at this cover. This is one of the most beautiful covers I've ever seen. The colors, the silhouettes teasing what is to come, but not giving away the story.
And the interior art is just as great! For those of you who read The Flash #25, you know what that word "icarus" on the cover means. For those of you who haven't, I'll let you find out later. I heard an interview where Brian Buccelato said it had a…
Tags: batman, batman: zero year, brian buccellato, bruce wayne, damian wayne, detective comics, francis manapul
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