In order to get into the Batcave in the 1966 Batman series on CBC, Bruce, Dick, or Alfred had to tilt back the head on the William Shakespeare bust. Now that bust can be yours. It may not open a secret door, but it will save your money.
We live in a world where old readers are constantly bombarded with new issue #1’s and new readers are promised “great jumping-on points”. Ultimately, the end result is that someone is usually left unhappy. However, readers both old and new will have lots to write home about as Major Spoilers reviews Detective Comics #934.
Three days after world premiere of Batman: The Killing Joke at Comic Con International, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Fathom Events will bring the animated feature to theaters.
Are you ready to behold the Deadly Riddle of the Greatest Mind of Gotham? Take the jump to see Thomas Perkins work his magic once again!
If you’ve been waiting anxiously for the release of Batman v Superman on home video, you just have a few more weeks to to as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the upcoming release date.
PRESS RELEASE: Aspen Comics is pleased to announce a unique partnership with DC Comics for a run of co-branded AspenStore.com exclusive DC Comics variant covers featuring both publishers’ signature cover dressing, beginning with DC’s Batman #1 on June 15th, and more co-branded covers to be revealed soon.
DC Universe: Rebirth #1 was a big hit – so big the issue is going back for a second printing. A bunch of Rebirth issues kick off this week including Batman: Rebirth #1. DC Entertainment was kind enough to send us an early look at the issue, that you can check out, after the jump.
When I was growing up, I loved 80-page Giants! In those days, these books cost like a quarter and were reprints from 5-10 years earlier. But I hadn’t read them, so I pored over each and every story! It was an adventure into tales I hadn’t read before, but still grew to love. DC Universe: Rebirth #1 is a lot like those wonderful comics. There’s a LOT going on, some of it touching on recent comics stories, others going back into previous DC storylines I enjoy remembering.
Now the same animosity between Marvel and DC not only continues in the comics, but has moved to the movie theater and TV as well.