POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON September 24, 2011 Add Comments
Batgirl (2008) #1-6 ($1.99 each)
2008’s Adam Beechen penned Cassandra Cain Batgirl mini-series as Cass goes after her father.
Batman #713 ($1.99), Batman (2011-) #1 ($2.99)
HOLY PERFECT TIMING BATMAN! August of 2011’s finale to the first volume of Batman’s titular title, freshly legally digitized the same day as the “New 52” era first issue of Batman, written by Scott Synder.
Batman #1,000,000, Robin #1,000,000, Young Justice #1000000 ($1.99 each)
Continuing the DC One Million epic Bat Universe pieces.
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON July 23, 2011 Add Comments
Flashpoint: Deadman & The Flying Graysons #2 ($1.99)
Continuing Dick and Boston’s story in the Flashpoint World.
Batgirl #8 ($1.99)
Issue that ties in with the Red Robin # 10 that is also being digitized this week.
Batman #251 ($0.99)
This is the legendary The Joker’s Five-Way Revenge story from 1973. Written by Denny O’Neil and drawn by Neal Adams.
Batman #255 ($0.99)
Batman #255 was a 100 Page Spectacular from March of 1974, back then…
Tags: bane, batgirl, batman, batman and robin, batman incorporated, batman: arkham city, batman: gates of gotham, batman: the return of bruce wayne, birds of prey: batgirl, blackest night: black lantern corps volume 1, boston brand, catwoman, chris yost, chuck dixon, dc comics, dc retroactive, denny o'neil, dick giordano, dick grayson, flashpoint: deadman and the flying graysons, gotham central, gotham city sirens, jason todd, jim corrigan, jla, joe kelly, joker: last laugh, justice league of america, len wein, neal adams, paul levitz, red robin, red tornado, superman/batman, tim drake, tom mandrake, tony daniel, young justice, zatanna
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 19, 2011 Add Comments
The Source has posted a five page preview of DC Retroactive Batman-The 70's. The issue hits stores tomorrow, July 20. Check out the first page after the jump and then head over to The Source for the other four pages. The issue was written by Len Wien, with art by Tom Mandrake.
Check out the first page of the preview here! (more…)
Tags: dc retroactive, len wein, tom mandrake
POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON May 7, 2011 Add Comments
A whole lot of Bat-universe goodness this week.
Batman and Robin #12 ($1.99)
The final part of Batman vs. Robin, featuring the return of The Clown Prince of Crime himself. Oh it’s a real scream heh heh HA!
Batman Beyond Volume 4 #5 ($2.99)
Trouble is brewing at Wayne-Powers, and Terry goes to find a just released from prison Paxton Powers to see what Powers knows about it.
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #117 ($1.99)
Misfit and Manhunter are taken prisoner and Oracle relocates the team in…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON April 30, 2011 Add Comments
Digital Copies released April 20:
Batman and Robin #10 ($1.99)
Dick Grayson starts seeing clues as to what is happening with Bruce Wayne in Wayne Manor, and Talia al Ghul wants to turn Damian against Dick.
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #115 ($1.99)
Black Alice joins the Birds and Misfit is none too happy about this.
Brightest Day #15 ($1.99)
Batman appears in this issue that deals with Martian Manhunter’s arc in the Brightest Day story.
Countdown to Infinite Crisis (Free)
It is what the title says! Blue Beetle (Ted…
Tags: arkham asylum: living hell, batman, batman and robin, batman/superman/wonder woman: trinity, birds of prey, black alice, blue beetle, brightest day, bruce wayne, chris batista, countdown to infinite crisis, damian wayne, dan slott, darwyn cooke, dc: the new frontier, dick grayson, dwayne mcduffie, gotham central, gotham city sirens, harley quinn, huntress, jla, joker, justice league of america, justice league: generation lost, len wein, martian manhunter, matt wagner, milestone comics, misfit, oracle, robin, ryan sook, silver age, superboy, superman/batman, talia al ghul, ted kord, wayne manor, young justice
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON November 26, 2010 1 Comment
Another DVD came out a couple weeks back and I wanted to make sure to tell you about. Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics was announced out of nowhere back in July. San Diego Comic Con was right around the corner and the programming was released. Among the normal panels we would cover, I noticed a panel scheduled for Friday night for a screening of a film called Secret…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 30, 2010 Add Comments
Dustin, Apple and Josh bring interviews from San Diego Comic Con including Gregory Noveck, Jim Lee, Denny O'Neil, Chip Kidd, Len Wein, James Tucker, Bruce Timm, Brandon Vietti, Greg Weisman, Judd Winick and Chris Cao.
Tags: brandon vietti, bruce timm, chip kidd, chris cao, comic con international, denny o'neil, greg weisman, gregory noveck, james tucker, jim lee, judd winick, len wein, san diego