POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON December 19, 2011 Add Comments
The Source has posted a four page preview of Batman Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes. The one-shot hits store this Wednesday, December 21. Check one of the pages from the preview below and then head over to The Source for the other three pages. The issue was written by Grant Morrison, with art by Chris Burnham and Cameron Stewart.
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON September 19, 2011 Add Comments
The comics being released during the month of December have been announced by DC Comics and there are a number of things in store for readers. Stories continue to expand the new universe of Batman and some creators are switched out for at least the month. Here is what December has in store for Bat-fans.
The biggest release of the month may in fact be a one-shot entitled Batman Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes. The issue will be written by Grant Morrison with art by Cameron Stewart and Chris Burnham. The issue appears to be issues nine and ten of Batman…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON March 21, 2011 Add Comments
Well, the 2010 TBU Awards Show has posted. If you haven't listened yet, you can find it here. In the show, we named what we called the losers, which were actually the winners of the worst categories, and the winners of the 2010 TBU Awards. Thanks for making this years ballot even more successful than last year. Here is the rundown.
Worst Batman Comic Book Writer
Worst Batman Comic Book Artist
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POSTED BY Zach Betonte ON April 13, 2010 Add Comments
Grant Morrison’s second act of his fourth story arc in the highly entertaining series that continues to shock the fan based with high energy and twists and turns around every corner has come out. The series continues to pick up momentum and Andy Clarke’s artwork does a consistent and satisfying job.
With issue #11, Morrison continues to craft a story full of hints and symbolism. He wants the reader to read between the panels. Morrison also does a terrific job of keeping the reader in…
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POSTED BY Austen Beattie ON March 13, 2010 Add Comments
Batman and Robin #10 scratches the itch that comic fans like me do not like to talk about. A set up issue, that is genuinely interesting, and is enjoyable in its own right. The title of Andy Clarke’s run on Batman and Robin is known as Batman vs. Robin, and we get a nice set up of that here, along with set up for the return of Bruce Wayne.
The issue is based all around Damien finally being comfortable being a member of the Bat-Family,…
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POSTED BY Zach Betonte ON February 16, 2010 Add Comments
The roller coaster ride continues! DC wasted no time in releasing the second part of Morrison and Stewart’s story arc. After an excellent, yet confusing issue in number seven, we receive the answer to the question; who is the resurrected Batman? In a fast-paced and wonderfully scripted issue, Morrison continues to provide us with the freshest approach to Batman that we haven’t seen for years. And I haven’t even mentioned Cameron Stewart yet!
Let me start off by saying that any doubts that you…
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POSTED BY Zach Betonte ON February 1, 2010 Add Comments
The much anticipated delayed issue number seven of Batman and Robin has finally arrived. The elusive writing talents of Grant Morrison continue to pack the panels with action-packed entertainment. However, the issue also marks the first of three issues done by the brilliant Cameron Stewart. Issue number seven keeps Batman and Robin as the best bat title, but does falter in some aspects.
Issue number seven returns the series to the quirky and ridiculous nature of the first story arc. Morrison returns to writing…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON December 24, 2009 Add Comments
Creator Posts takes us to Cameron Stewart today. Yesterday, Stewart posted up on his Twitter page links to YouTube. Those links gave us a first look at some of his art on his upcoming run on Batman and Robin. So take a look below.
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POSTED BY Jeffrey Brown ON November 21, 2009 Add Comments
Philip Tan must feel like the middle child in a family of celebrities. No matter how solid his art may be, it will never live up to his “older brother” Frank and his “younger brother” Cameron. Tan’s collaboration with Grant Morrison and run as primary artist on Batman and Robin will probably be forgotten once this series is done, but his style and tone continued the drama in an interesting visual direction even if it wasn’t as magical as his predecessor or as anticipated…
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