I count myself fortunate to have not only read Batman issues 1 through 51, but to be able to review many of those books here at MajorSpoilers.com! All good things must come to an end, however, so let me share my thoughts about the final Snyder/Capullo issue with you.
I love crossovers! I mean, Star Trek and anything else sci fi? I’m there! Flash and Supergirl on CBS? Loved it! But, when I heard about Batman teaming up with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, I was skeptical. VERY skeptical. After all, it’s the Dark Knight working with what is often considered a kids franchise. I mean, talking turtles and Batman? I wasn’t all that enthusiastic about it. However, I’ve grown to be a big fan of James Tynion IV, who can turn a great tale with the best of them. So I signed up for them. And I’m glad I
Batman ’66 has already teamed with Green Hornet, and now the caped crusader is teaming with the Avengers. No, not THOSE Avengers, but rather Steed and Mrs. Peel, and it’s happening in June!
[Movies] Batman: The Killing Joke gets R rating, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is okay with that
We’ve known since it was first announced that the animated adaptation of Batman: The Killing Joke could earn an R rating from the MPAA. Warner Bros. and the creators said at the time they were okay with that, and now rating prediction has come to pass.
Bluefin has announced it has become the exclusive North American distributor for Iron Studios and Blitzways, and plans to bring Batman v Superman statues to stores.
It’s been the subject of speculation for months, and now according to Variety, Ben Affleck with direct himself in a stand alone Batman film.
When it comes to drinking down a cool glass of Kool-Aid, there are a number of tumblers, mason jars, and fancy stemware you could drink from, but what you really want to do is drink from these very cool Batman: The Animated Series pint glasses.
He’s known as the Caped Crusader, the Dark Knight and the world’s greatest detective! But where did Batman get all his neat toys and villains? Learn everything about Bruce Wayne as we hop back to 1939 and reveal the secrets of the Golden Age Batman!
This comic has almost always been in the top 5 comics in terms of sales during the last few years, and I would say it has ranked the same in terms of quality as well. As a Batman fan, it’s been a terrific ride. There’s at least one more issue to go, and I’ll be both happy and sad to see it arrive. It’ll be the end of a fantastic era. As you can tell, I’ve already started grieving! But until then, issue #50 has hit the stands! This comic has almost always been in the top 5 comics in