POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON July 23, 2014 Add Comments
Tomasi is getting his groove back! His storytelling technique from the perspective of a father is perfect for what's going on in Bruce's life right now. A year ago, he lost his son. Still going through the grieving process, his son's body was stolen from it's grave, and is now on another planet. In Robin Rises: Omega, Batman declared that he will go to Apokolips, and bring Damian back alive. Here, we see Batman's dealings & his differing relationships with his peers. Some good, some bad. But in the end,…
Tags: apokolips, aquaman, batman, batman and robin, bruce wayne, cyborg, damian wayne, frankenstein, glorious godfrey, kalibak, lex luthor, patrick gleason, peter tomasi, robin rises: omega, shazam, superman, wayne manor, wonder woman
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 22, 2014 Add Comments
A new DC All Access video has been released and the focus is more with Peter Tomasi on Batman and Robin.
Batman and Robin #33 hits stores tomorrow, July 23.
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Tags: batman and robin, peter tomasi
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON July 16, 2014 2 Comments
I'm going to start out by advising you, if you've been interested in the Batman & Robin title, but haven't been sure where to jump in, start with this book. The focus is shifting back to the boy so many of us miss, and hints about him coming back. It has a seven page recap that catches you up to speed nicely, and also explaining some of the events before the New 52.
Peter Tomasi delivered one of the most memorable issues since the New 52 began, with the silent issue…
Tags: andy kubert, batman and robin, brad anderson, captain cold, damian wayne, earth-2, frankenstein, glorious godfrey, grant morrison, jonathan glapion, justice league, peter tomasi, ra's al ghul, robin, robin rises: omega, shazam, superman
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 15, 2014 1 Comment
The newest episode of DC All Access has been released and there is more focus on Batman projects. Robin Rises writer, Peter Tomasi talks about what we can expect from the upcoming story. There is also an exclusive look at upcoming Batman Beyond digital chapters. Besdies TBU related items, there is a look at an upcoming Green Arrow short for DC Nation.
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Tags: alec siegel, batman beyond, dc all access, kyle higgins, peter tomasi, robin rises: omega
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON June 19, 2014 Add Comments
Alright guys, I'm gonna beef up my coverage on a lot of these Bat books, so I hope you aren't sick of me yet.
With this comic, I think it may have been more appropriate to put v. instead of the 'and'… Batman v. Ra's al Ghul.
So, first off, this art is very eye catching. Gleason & Gray have been getting all the credit on this book, but I'm giving the shout out to John Kalisz on colors. Especially the scenes that take place in the dark. His daylight colors don't…
Tags: batman and robin, damian wayne, frankenstein, glorious godfrey, john kalisz, lazarus pit, mick gray, patrick gleason, peter tomasi, ra's al ghul, talia al ghul
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON May 9, 2014 3 Comments
Join Dustin, Ed and Stella as they discuss news from the past three weeks including some exclusive interviews with the Batman: Eternal creative team, Peter Tomasi and Gail Simone. On top of that they cover Batman: Eternal #2-4, Batman and Robin #30 and Batman #30. Let us know your thoughts on the comics in the comments section.
Tags: batman, batman and robin, batman eternal, c2e2 2014, dustin nguyen, gail simone, james tynion, jason fabok, peter tomasi, scott snyder, the batman universe comic podcast, tim seeley, wonder woman
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON April 26, 2014 4 Comments
Another day of C2E2 is underway and today is more promising than the results we received yesterday.
First up is another pre-arranged interview with current Batman and Robin writer, Peter Tomasi. This interview took place at Tomasi’s table in artist’s alley. Again we headed to our Facebook Group for questions and instead of picking the best of the lot, we asked them all. Here is what Tomasi had to say.
TBU: Let’s start off with an easy one. Who is your favorite Robin personally and your favorite to write?
Peter Tomasi: I would…
Tags: batman and robin, damian wayne, peter tomasi, robin
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON March 6, 2014 Add Comments
It all ends here. The big finale. The grand crescendo. This was a big letdown. To me, you can make or break a story based on how it ends, and this ending didn't deliver. Bane finally goes back to his own persona instead using the Batman identity, which was refreshing. I almost forgot that Bane was actually Bane. He has his own identity, and him turning back to that was nice. But Bane's Talon allies don't pay off in the end.
Eaton lacked the storytelling capabilities in the fight between Bane…
Tags: bane, forever evil: arkham war, peter tomasi, scarecrow, scot eaton
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON February 7, 2014 Add Comments
Well, with just two issues to go, Tomasi's story for Gotham's villians has finally picked up. Whether it pays off, we'll have to wait a month to see, but this issue was the best of this series yet. We can definitely see the shout outs to Frank Miller's DKR in this story for sure. Scot Eaton's art in this, is also the best we have gotten so far. It's very dynamic and fun to read, and I think the colors in this issue made it pop. Tomasi also continued the…
Tags: bane, batman, forever evil: arkham war, james gordon, peter tomasi, scarecrow, scot eaton, william cobb
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON January 10, 2014 Add Comments
Here we have William Cobb, a Talon, sleeping in his chamber, peacefully, while Bane is talking to him. Trying to coax him into waking up. Bane quickly gives up, pulls Cobb out of the chamber, and starts shaking him until he wakes. This ends up working more quickly, and Bane shows him around his lair, and convinces Cobb to be his crime fighting partner.
They come upon a group of villains taking each other on. Similar to last issue, on villain takes down another, only to be taken on by another,…
Tags: bane, court of owls, forever evil: arkham war, mad hatter, mr freeze, peter tomasi, scarecrow, scot eaton, talon, vortex, william cobb