POSTED BY Chelsea Cochrane ON December 2, 2013 Add Comments
Collects: Batman #13-14, #17; Detective Comics #15-17; Catwoman #13-14; Suicide Squad #14-15; Batgirl #13-16; Red Hood and the Outlaws #13-16; Teen Titans #14-16; Nightwing #14-16; Batman and Robin #15-17
Writer: Scott Snyder, Ann Nocenti, Gail Simone, Adam Glass, Peter J. Tomasi, Kyle Higgins, John Layman, Scott Lobdell and Fabian Nicieza
Art: Greg Capullo, Rafael Sandoval, Jordi Tarrogona, Ed Benes, Daniel Sampere, Fernando Dagnino, Patrick Gleason, Tomas Giorello, Eddy Barrows, Jason Fabok, Brett Booth and various
In this somewhat daunting hardcover lies the storyline Batman readers…
Tags: adam glass, alfred pennyworth, ann nocenti, batgirl, batman, batman and robin, brett booth, catwoman, daniel sampere, detective comics, ed benes, eddy barrows, fabian niciza, fernando dagnino, gail simone, greg capullo, haly's circus, harley quinn, jason fabok, john layman, joker, jordi tarrogona, kyle higgins, nightwing, patrick gleason, peter tomasi, rafael sandoval, red hood, red hood and the outlaws, red robin, robin, scott lobdell, scott snyder, suicide squad, teen titans, the joker: death of the family, tomas giorello
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON November 14, 2013 Add Comments
When I first heard about this book, I was thinking it was going to be a direct tie-in to the main Forever Evil story. However, it's been a pretty nice read all by itself. Yeah, it would be helpful to know what's going on in the DCU, but it isn't necessary if you want to pick this book up.
The comic opens up with a fight between a venom-hyped group of Bane's, against Kirk Langstrom and his army of Man-Bats. Then we catch up of Jim…
Tags: bane, blackgate prison, brett booth, forever evil: arkham war, james gordon, kirk langstrom, mr freeze, ogilvy, penguin, peter tomasi, scarecrow, scott eaton, swamp thing
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON September 16, 2013 Add Comments
Peter Tomasi recently talked to Comic Book Resources about his current Villain Month issues, as well as his upcoming "Forever Evil" tie-in series, "Forever Evil: Arkham War."
Comic Book Resources: Your Two-Face Villains Month issue has already hit stands, and your Bane and Scarecrow issues are set to come out over the next couple of weeks. You've got a big Two-Face story in "Batman and…," and Bane and Scarecrow are central to your "Forever Evil: Arkham War" miniseries — was that the reason you chose to focus on these…
Tags: bane, forever evil, forever evil: arkham war, peter tomasi, scarecrow
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON July 5, 2013 Add Comments
Peter Tomasi, who will be writing the recently announced Forever Evil tie-in Arkham War, recently talked to MTV Geek about the new title, where talks about the characters who will be appearing in the book, and how it fits into the main Forever Evil event.
MTV Geek: How closely is this series tied to the main event, and the other two tie-in series? Do the events within happen concurrently with the main Forever Evil series?
Peter J. Tomasi: I'm writing the…
Tags: bane, forever evil, forever evil: arkham war, peter tomasi, scarecrow, two-face
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON June 21, 2013 1 Comment
Graham Nolan recently talked with Newsarma about his return to drawing Bane for DC's Villain's Month starting this September. He describes what it's like for him to be back drawing the character he created, what the story is about, what it's like to work with Peter Tomasi, what he thought about The Dark Knight Rises, and other things.
Newsarama: Graham, first off – how does it feel to be back on Bane? How long has it been since you've done a story with the character?
Graham Nolan: Great! I…
Tags: bane, graham nolan, peter tomasi
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON April 23, 2013 Add Comments
Peter Tomasi has previously said that Carrie Kelley is sticking around the main DC continuity but neither he nor DC would confirm if she will be the new Robin. While he of course wouldn't reveal if she is going to be the new Robin, Tomasi sat down with Newsarama to talk about his experiences with Carrie, if Bruce will recruit a new sidekick, if there was any hesitation in bringing her into the New 52, and what Bruce thinks about her, amongst other things.
Tags: batgirl, batman and robin, batman: the dark knight returns, carrie kelley, catwoman, frank miller, nightwing, peter tomasi, red hood, red robin, robin, tim drake
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON April 5, 2013 Add Comments
Carrie Kelley is set to make her debut not only in the New 52 but in the main Batman continuity next week in Batman and Red Robin #19. In what now seems like the norm, the second half of the folded cover was revealed early in an article by The New York Post which also includes comments from Batman and Robin writer Peter Tomasi. Tomasi goes on to say that Carrie is a college student who's got spunk and speaks her mind, she will also be a little older than she was in…
Tags: batman and robin, carrie kelley, peter tomasi, red robin
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON March 21, 2013 Add Comments
Scott Snyder recently sat down with Comics Alliance to talk about his upcoming Zero Year story, why he's doing it, and his love for Year One. He also talks about how he pitched it to the DC editors, Damian's death and Grant Morrison.
Comics Alliance: When I heard about Zero Year, I was a little apprehensive. It's pretty well-trod ground, but I know you're a guy who really likes Year One. I mean, you're the one who brought James Gordon Jr. back into continuity.
Scott Snyder: Right. Year One is literally one of my…
Tags: batman, batman: death of the family, batman: zero year, bruce wayne, damian wayne, gail simone, greg capullo, joker, kyle higgins, patrick gleason, peter tomasi, scott snyder
POSTED BY Donovan Grant ON March 15, 2013 Add Comments
After a night of venting his frustration on the criminals in Gotham City, Bruce returns to the cave to find a letter that Damian wrote, declaring his intention to help Batman fight against Leviathan and stating his love and pride for being Bruce’s son.
The best issues say the most with the least amount of dialogue. So it’s with Batman and Robin #18 that the entire story has nary a word or sound effect lettered into the page, leaving with the reader the sense of grief and loss that…
Tags: batman and robin, bruce wayne, damian wayne, dick grayson, gotham city, jason todd, john kalisz, joker, leviathan, mick gray, patrick gleason, peter tomasi, robin, stephanie brown, talia al ghul, wayne manor
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON March 4, 2013 Add Comments
Comic Book Resources has reported that DC has revealed the new team ups for Batman and Robin now that there is no Robin. Writer Peter Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason will be bringing in a new guest star for each issue to help Bruce through the grieving process starting with issue #19 which will feature Red Robin. Here is the complete list of guest star issues: #19 — Batman and Red Robin, #20 — Batman and Red Hood, #21 — Batman and Batgirl, #22 — Batman and Catwoman and #23…
Tags: batgirl, batman and robin, dc comics, nightwing, patrick gleason, peter tomasi, red hood, red robin
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