POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 6, 2012 Add Comments
In this brand new episode The Bat-Fans talk about Tony Daniel leaving Detective Comics, Stephanie Brown, Bryan Q. Miller and Smallville. They also talk about The Dark Knight Rises Mountain Dew Promotion and reveal that co-host Tim is actually Tim Robbins. In addition talk about Lego Batman 2, the La-La Land Records The Animated Series Volume 2 Soundtrack and cover all of the comics from the past two weeks amongst a bunch of other things.
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON June 14, 2012 Add Comments
Ever since Bryan Q. Miller's Batgirl ended almost a year ago, fans have asked questions relating to a heroine that surprised a lot of readers when the series launched. Where is Stephanie Brown? While for the last nine months, DC's response has been little to no response regarding the violet hero.
As it turns out, she will be appearing in a DC title very soon, as well as written by Miller. We mentioned earlier this week that Batman will be making his first appearance…
Tags: batgirl, bryan q miller, nightwing, smallville, stephanie brown
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON June 12, 2012 1 Comment
Comic Book Resources did a little bit of digging into September's solicitations and found out that Batman will finally be making his was to the Smallville universe. While the character never appeared on screen during the show's ten season run, there was a mention. But starting very soon in the digital first series and carrying to print form in September, Clark Kent will be coming face to face with Batman.
Over on Bryan Q. Miller's blog, the writer had this to say about the upcoming story arc, “I feel like I’ve been sitting on a Christmas present for…
Tags: batman, bryan q miller, smallville
POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON October 15, 2011 Add Comments
Batgirl (2009-2011) #15-24 ($1.99 each)
The rest of Brian Q. Miller’s run with Stephanie Brown’s Batgirl. Includes the Lesson story arc and features many guest appearances from Damian to Supergirl to Squire.
Batgirl (2011-) #2 ($2.99)
Second issue of the new status quo, and Barbara meets The Mirror, and finds out his agenda.
Batman and Robin (2011-) #2 ($2.99)
“Nobody” pays Gotham and Bruce a visit, and Bruce buys a dog.
Batman: Arkham City Digital Exclusive Chapter #7…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON October 1, 2011 Add Comments
All-Star Western (2011-) #1 ($3.99)
Jonah Hex’s travels take him to Gotham City in this first issue of the relaunched All-Star Western.
Batgirl (2009-2011) #1-6 ($1.99 each)
The first six issues of Bryan Q. Miller’s run of the Stephanie Brown Batgirl title.
Batman and the Outsiders #11-14, Batman and the Outsiders Special #1, The Outsiders #17-20 ($1.99 each except for the Special which is $2.99)
Takes the Outsiders story through Batman RIP, to Batman Reborn.
Batman: Gotham Knights…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON August 9, 2011 Add Comments
Comic Book Resources has posted a four page preview of Batgirl #24. The issue hits stores tomorrow, August 10. Check out the first page of the preview after the jump and then head over to CBR for the other three pages. The issue was written by Bryan Q. Miller, with art by Pere Perez.
Check out the first page of the preview here! (more…)
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON August 9, 2011 Add Comments
Comic Book Resources has posted an interview with Bryan Q. Miller about ending his run and the series Batgirl, starring Stephanie Brown. While the relaunch is taking Batgirl in a different direction, Miller ensures that Stephanie is not down and out just yet.
CBR: Let's touch on those characters heading into your final issue of "Batgirl." Issue #23 ends with Cluemaster revealed as the man behind the Reapers. Did you always intend to use Cluemaster, or did you decide to bring him back so that the last issue would…
Tags: arthur brown, batgirl, bryan q miller, proxy, stephanie brown, wendy harris
POSTED BY Stella Bowman ON July 29, 2011 Add Comments
In this San Diego Comic Con episode special, I interview Bryan Q. Miller face-to-face! We discuss his goals for the second year of Steph's career as Batgirl, character growth for each of Steph's supporting cast, the future of Waffles, and what Mr. Miller will be doing next. This was certainly a highlight of my week and such an honor! Thank-you, sir!
Tags: batgirl, batgirl to oracle, bryan q miller, comic con international, stephanie brown
POSTED BY Craig George ON July 7, 2011 Add Comments
Amidst all the news coming from DC over the past month or – and worries for the future of some of our favorite characters – it's been easy to forget that there's still the present. Issue #22 of Batgirl is entitled "Five Minutes Fast" and opens at the home of Stephanie Brown and her mother. People who are interested in illustration and design may be interested in learning about an online university degree. Extra art training is helpful to people who want to illustrate for a…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON June 28, 2011 Add Comments
Bat-Book Delays is back! And with the usual culprits. Most important would be the delays to 'Batman: Arkham City' so I'll cover those first.
As most of you will know, 'Batman: Arkham City' #4 was due for release tomorrow, well Paul Dini has slipped back into his 'Streets of Gotham' habits and that is no longer the case. You can now expect the issue out a week later on the 6th July. As well as this, #5 has also been pushed back a week from the 27th July to…
Tags: batgirl, batman, batman incorporated, batman: arkham city, batman: odyssey, batman: streets of gotham, bryan q miller, detective comics, england, gotham city sirens, neal adams, paul dini, stephanie brown