POSTED BY Chris Gering ON May 22, 2013 Add Comments
This next image is from a lesser known book called, Batman: Hong Kong. Working a case brings Bruce to the other side of the world where he teams up with a new local vigilante, Night Dragon. Drawn in a more anime or manga style, this book takes advantage of its style and plays up the martial arts visuals of these two warriors of the night. Script by the brilliant Doug Moench, and stunning artwork by Tony Wong.
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON July 21, 2012 Add Comments
Ame-Comi III: Duela Dent #2 ($0.99)
As Batgirl battles with Duela Dent, Duela’s crew starts to implode.
Batman: Arkham Unhinged #34 ($0.99)
Bane joins the fight as the inmates try to break into the church, heading to a battle with Azrael.
Batman and Robin Adventures #11-12 ($0.99 each)
More issues from this mid 1990’s tie-in with the BTAS era Bat-Universe.
Batman: The Unseen #1-5 ($1.99)
A 2009 Doug Moench and Kelley Jones mini-series as Batman fights an Invisible Man.
Batwoman (2011-) #11 ($2.99)
Stories start to come together as the heroes battle Gotham…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON January 21, 2012 Add Comments
Batman: Arkham Unhinged #14 ($0.99)
A three part story featuring Robin begins in this issue. It also should be noted that the first issue of this series came out in print on 1/18.
Batman (2011-) #5 ($2.99)
Batman begins a journey into the labyrinth of The Court of Owls.
Batman Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes (2010-2011) #1 ($4.99)
The double issue that wrapped up the first part of Grant Morrison’s Batman Inc. saga, and sets up the new chapter set to begin next month.
Batman: Gotham Knights #61-64 ($1.99 each)
It’s Hush vs. Poison…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 5, 2011 Add Comments
It’s been a while, but real life and the fact that DC Digital has been light in Bat related books as of late caused the delay. To make it up, at some point I should post a nice “What else can you find over at DC Digital” article at some point this month.
So let’s get caught up shall we?
Batman Beyond Volume 2 #6-7 ($1.99 each)
Continues to collect the original TV show tie-in books from 2000. First one Terry fights what appears to be…
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POSTED BY Zach Betonte ON November 22, 2009 2 Comments
You would think that after their long history with the character, Doug Moench and Kelley Jones would have some sort of grasp on the Batman mythos. However, the Unseen continues to be a poorly written, distracting artwork, and uninteresting story.
Doug Moench continues to climb up his’ epic five rung ladder that is Batman: the Unseen. Issue four does exactly what issue two did, kills the momentum. While issue four is action packed, the book is still unable to capture the imagination of the reader. Batman continues the wild…
Tags: batman: the unseen, black mask, doug moench, dr nigel glass, kelley jones
POSTED BY Zach Betonte ON November 8, 2009 Add Comments
You know what they say, “Third time’s a charm.” The creative team of Doug Moench and Kelley Jones redeem themselves with issue three after a lackluster performance in issue two, to say the least. Issue three provides us with the answers to the questions that we were asking after the first two issues of this five-part miniseries.
We learn in issue three that this story arc is truly, a story of revenge. Doug Moench brings the characters back to their roots. Issue three also focuses…
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POSTED BY Zach Betonte ON October 25, 2009 Add Comments
Batman: The Unseen issue #2 is a book that should be unseen by all those who enjoy Batman. Doug Moench’s second chapter of “Batman meets the Invisible Man” falls flat on its face. Issue #2 has relieved this story arc of all the promise that issue #1 had.
Where should I begin? I can safely say that Doug Moench is no H.G. Wells. I do not understand what the point of this miniseries is, and really the bigger question, why is Batman in it? The character of the Meat-Man…
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POSTED BY Zach Betonte ON October 9, 2009 Add Comments
The dynamic duo of Doug Moench and Kelley Jones reunite and return to the bat-books with Batman: The Unseen #1. Here, we find Doug Moench writing a fun, yet interesting story, while Kelley Jones returns with his unique vision of the dark knight and Gotham City.
Batman: The Unseen is what Batman would have been if H.G. Wells wrote the character. I think Doug Moench does a solid job of weaving some horror elements into the storyline. The basic plot is that Black Mask has risen and…
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