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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON July 29, 2011 Add Comments
Tony Daniel's final issue of Batman is one that isn’t easily classified as good or bad. On the one hand this issue has been far superior than the other issues in his run, but on the other hand it just isn’t up to par nor very well written. I can say that I feel good about this issue but then again I can say that I was almost totally disappointed by it. This issue has me on the edge of those two mediums and I have to…
Tags: batman, detective comics, dick grayson, enigma nygma, gilda dent, kitrina falcone, mario falcone, riddler, ryan winn, scott snyder, steve scott, tony daniel, two-face
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON June 15, 2011 Add Comments
The Source has posted a three page preview of Batman #711. The issue is in store today. Check out the first page after the jump and then head over to The Source for the other two pages. The issue was written by Tony Daniel, with art by Steve Scott and Ryan Winn.
Check out the first page of Batman #711! (more…)
Tags: batman, ryan winn, steve scott, tony daniel
POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON May 17, 2011 Add Comments
Well it seems Paul Dini is back to his usual self this week as 'Batman: Arkham City' #2 is delayed from the 25th of May to the 8th of June, but still, at least it's still going to be written by him!
In other news, we do see the return of David Finch's 'Batman: The Dark Knight'! Following yet another week-long delay to issue 3 from the 15th of June to the 22nd, issue 5 will be hitting the stores for the 24th of August. Now there are two…
Tags: batman, batman and robin, batman incorporated, batman: arkham city, batman: gates of gotham, batman: the dark knight, bruce wayne, chriscross, cullen bunn, david finch, david hine, dc comics, dustin fritschel, fabian nicieza, greg tocchini, guillem march, jay fabok, judd winick, kyle higgins, man-of-bats, marc deering, nightrunner, patrick gleason, paul dini, peter tomasi, ryan winn, scott snyder, superman/batman, tony daniel, trevor mccarthy
POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON March 22, 2011 Add Comments
Well I'd like to make a formal apology to the listeners of the comic podcast for my mistake, not that I was in the wrong but DC once again has its solicitations mixed up. You may remember that I told everyone 'Batman' #708 would be written by Tony Daniel and not David Hine like it said would happen at the end of 'Azrael' #18, this is because according to DC's solicitations, Tony Daniel did write the issue but as every one knows who went out on Wednesday to…
Tags: andy clarke, azrael, batman, batman incorporated, batman: europa, batman: streets of gotham, batman: the dark knight, batwoman, brian azzarello, chris burnham, dan didio, david finch, david hine, dc comics, el gaucho, gotham city, grant morrison, hood, ryan winn, steve scott, superman/batman, thebatmanuniverse.net, tony daniel, yanick paquette
POSTED BY Erik Rinard ON December 20, 2010 Add Comments
Following David Hine’s work for the past year and a half has been a bit of a roller coaster for me. The first story of his I ever read was the Arkham Asylum one shot he wrote for the Battle for the Cowl, and I still maintain it is the best thing to come out of that entire event. It was wonderfully creepy and full of the psychological terror that Batman’s rogues gallery does so well. While the follow up stories…
Tags: agustin padilla, arkham asylum, batman, batman incorporated, batman: battle for the cowl, brad desnoyer, bruce wayne, david hine, dc comics, detective comics, dick grayson, grant morrison, greg rucka, kyle higgins, lee ferguson, nightrunner, paris, question, renee montoya, ryan winn, trevor mccarthy