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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON June 6, 2012 Add Comments
It was only about two months ago that DC revealed that there was a new digital series in the works featuring out of continuity stories featuring Batman. Today, they revealed the line-up for the first six chapter and announced the series title. Legends of the Dark Knight will release its first chapter tomorrow, June 7 exclusively in digital form. Here is the first six chapters which will release one a week.
June 7 – “The Butler Did It” written by Damon…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON April 13, 2012 1 Comment
USA Today has posted news about two new digital comic series coming out in May and June. Both series will release in digital form first in the same vein as Batman: Arkham Unhinged has for past six months. Each series will release on a specific day of the week and with the releases, DC will offer a new digital issue every day of the week starting in June.
The first series is based off of the popular statue line from DC Collectibles, Ame-Comi Girls. The series will feature Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti writing. The artists linked to the…
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POSTED BY Melinda Hinman ON June 10, 2011 Add Comments
Through reading various websites and comics, I've come to the realization that Judd Winick has a big old character crush on Jason Todd. I don't think he's wrong to have one, mind you, I just think he should be a bit less obvious about it. I can't think of a recent storyline involving Jason Todd that he didn't have some sort of hand in.
Batman and Robin #23 marks the start of the latest three-issue arc, written by Judd Winick and…
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POSTED BY David Healey ON December 15, 2010 Add Comments
This is the penultimate issue of Brian Azzarello’s First Wave series featuring Batman, The Spirit and Doc Savage. I suppose if this was a TV episode we could expect this to be the strongest of the series with a letdown for the final chapter. But since we haven’t seen the finale yet we’ll have to reserve comment.
Before I get too deep into this review I’d like to comment on the cover by J.G. Jones. Front and center is Batman flanked by the Spirit and…
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