POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON October 13, 2012 Add Comments
The Justice League panel had little mention of Batman, but there was some talk about the upcoming Justice League of America series that will feature Catwoman.
-Catwoman is asking herself the question of why is she on the Justice League of America team.
-A question was asked by a fan about why Nightwing's costume was changed to red and black. Jim Lee replied that it was because red and black because it was a cool color combination and blue and black had been around for awhile. He also mentioned that…
Tags: catwoman, geoff johns, gotham city, jim lee, justice league of america, nightwing, nycc 2012, renee montoya
POSTED BY Tim Geraci ON August 21, 2012 3 Comments
Episode 07: P.O.V.
Story By: Mitch Brian
Teleplay By: Sean Catherine Derek & Laren Bright
Directed By: Kevin Altieri
Original Air Date: 09/18/92
If you were to have an encounter with Batman, would you be able to accurately recall what you just experienced if someone were to ask you about it? Or would you be in such awe of Batman that you would not be able to accurately remember what you just saw? Or maybe you wouldn’t be impressed by him at all, and instead you retell…
Tags: batman, batman: the animated series, gcpd, gotham city, harvey bullock, kevin altieri, laren bright, mitch brian, renee montoya, sean catherine derek
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON December 5, 2011 Add Comments
Over the weekend, the next stop on the DC Comics-The New 52 Art Tour made its way to San Francisco. The art of J.H. Williams III was shown from Batwoman and W. Haden Blackman was in attendance as well. Comic Book Resources caught up with both of them to talk about some of the interesting story elements in the Batwoman series.
CBR: Many fans were a bit worried that it took so long for "Batwoman" to come out after it had been announced by DC. It seemed that people…
Tags: batwoman, bette kane, detective comics, flamebird, greg rucka, jh williams, kate kane, renee montoya, w haden blackman
POSTED BY Stella Bowman ON November 28, 2011 Add Comments
Happy Belated Thanksgiving! Shipper Spotlight is a monthly editorial by your very own Shipper-expert, Stella. Each month I will take a look at the developing and new relationships that appear in the Bat-books. How are these relationships progressing? Which are portrayed well? Which should never exist? What is my pick for SHIPPER OF THE MONTH? Stay tuned each month for this serious look into the world of fictional relationships.
The Shippers as they stand now after issue #2 (ie. the…
Tags: alfred pennyworth, atlantic city, barbara gordon, batgirl, batman, batman and robin, batman: the dark knight, batwing, batwoman, birds of prey, black canary, bone, bruce wayne, catwoman, charlotte rivers, clayface, damian wayne, david zamvimbi, detective comics, dick grayson, gotham city, jaina hudson, jason todd, joker, katana, kate kane, maggie sawyer, nightwing, nobody, oswald cobblepot, penguin, penguin: pain and prejudice, poison ivy, raya vestri, red hood and the outlaws, renee montoya, robin, robin: year one, roy harper, starfire, starling, the huntress, white rabbit
POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON July 19, 2011 Add Comments
I am writing this now as a warning. If you have not yet read this issue, if you have avoided all spoilers or even if you have been engulfed in the hype surrounding this issue and have still not been enticed to read it, this is your chance. I want you to right now, stop what you are doing, go out and find a copy of Flashpoint:…
Tags: barbara gordon, batman, batmobile, brian azzarello, eduardo risso, elseworlds, flashpoint, flashpoint: batman-knight of vengeance, harvey bullock, james gordon, joker, oracle, oswald cobblepot, renee montoya, selina kyle, thomas wayne, wayne manor
POSTED BY Craig George ON July 5, 2011 Add Comments
Picking up immediately as the previous issue closed this second, and closing, installment of Hostile Takeover – No Sentence Shall be Commuted – opens with Huntress urging Oracle – Helena Bertinelli and Barbara Gordon – to abort the Birds of Prey's latest mission: unfortunately due to a breakdown in communication with Black Canary and Dove, Babs explains that isn't going to be possible.
From the tunnels deep below Gotham City Huntress, accompanied by The Question Renee Montoya, explains that whoever 'Junior' is…
Tags: alexa deborah merkel, barbara gordon, birds of prey, black canary, catman, creote, dawn granger, diego olmos, dinah lance, dove, gail simone, gotham city, hank hall, hawk, helena bertinelli, huntress, junior, kord tower, lady blackhawk, nei ruffino, oracle, question, renee montoya, savant, thomas blake, zinda blake
POSTED BY Craig George ON June 20, 2011 Add Comments
Our story opens three weeks ago as two young women – "Misses Lachess" – stand in an office in an impressive-looking building before a smartly dressed, elderly businessman known as Mr. Tripe. Tripe refuses the women the opportunity to sit as he explains he enjoys disadvantaging others on first meeting. Lighting a cigarette he produces an ink-blot image and asks what they see.
The answers – a bunch of flowers, pretty flowers – disappoint. Rather surprisingly the women are asked to temporarily…
Tags: a-team, alexa deborah merkel, barbara gordon, birds of prey, black canary, dawn granger, dc universe, dinah lance, dove, gail simone, gotham city, guy major, hank hall, hawk, helena bertinelli, huntress, jesus saiz, lady blackhawk, mission impossible, nei ruffino, oracle, question, ragdoll, renee montoya, zinda blake
POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON June 18, 2011 Add Comments
Batman and Robin #18 ($1.99)
The Absence story continues as Batman and Robin go deeper into a woman in Bruce’s past.
Batman/Catwoman: Trail of The Gun #1-2 ($2.99 each)
A two part mini-series from August-September 2004 that was written by Ann Nocenti and Ethan Van Sciver, with art by Van Sciver. Both Bruce and Selina are trying to track down a gun that never misses, for obviously different reasons.
Birds of Prey #123 ($1.99)
Oracle asks the Calculator’s help in taking down the Silicon Syndicate and…
Tags: absence, ann nocenti, batgirl, batman, batman and robin, batman/catwoman: trail of the gun, birds of prey, bruce wayne, crispus allen, dc comics, ethan van sciver, flashpoint: deadman and the flying graysons, gotham central, gotham city sirens, greg rucka, jay faerber, jla, joe kelly, maggie kyle, peter david, power girl, red robin, renee montoya, robin, selina kyle, sins of youth, superman/batman, teen titans, tony bedard, young justice
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON June 4, 2011 Add Comments
Batman Volume 1 #13-25 ($1.99 each)
Tons of Golden Age goodness that takes the original run of the series through Autumn of 1944. Plus look out for the Golden Age debut of Alfred in issue 16.
Batman and Robin #16 ($1.99)
Grant Morrison’s run on the title wraps up in a spectacular fashion, leading up to the next, possibly short lived chapter in the Bruce Wayne saga.
Batman: Arkham City Digital Chapter #2 ($0.99)
Continuing the bridge between the video games as the criminal…
Tags: alfred pennyworth, aquaboy, atlantis, bat-signal, batboy, batman, batman and robin, batman: arkham city, batman: war games, birds of prey, bruce wayne, catwoman, crispus allen, empress, gotham central, gotham city sirens, grant morrison, harley quinn, james gordon, jim corrigan, jla, joker, lagoon man, lex luthor, misfit, peter david, peter johnson, poison ivy, renee montoya, robin, sins of youth, star labs, superboy, superman/batman, supernatural, young justice
POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON April 16, 2011 Add Comments
Batman and Robin #9 ($1.99)
Continuing the “Blackest Knight” story, a recuperating Damian gets a visit from his mother and grandfather.
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #114 ($1.99)
Oracle starts training Misfit while Lady Blackhawk and Huntress have a Girls Night Out.
Brightest Day #14 ($1.99)
Bruce Wayne is back from being stuck in time and Deadman thinks he is a perfect candidate for the White Lantern ring.
DC: The New Frontier #4 ($2.99)
Superman, The Challengers of the Unknown and The Suicide Squad investigate an extraterrestrial…
Tags: alan scott, anansi, barbara gordon, batman, batman and robin, birds of prey, brightest day, bruce wayne, challengers of the unknown, damian wayne, dc: the new frontier, deadman, detective comics, ed brubaker, gotham central, gotham city sirens, green lantern, greg rucka, huntress, jla, joe kelly, josie mac, judd winick, justice league international, justice league of america, justice league: generation lost, lady blackhawk, maxwell lord, misfit, oracle, patrick zircher, plastic man, ra's al ghul, renee montoya, scott kolins, suicide squad, superman, superman/batman, talia al ghul, tommy elliot, vixen, will eisner award, world's finest