DC Comics has released the variant covers for Frank Miller’s Dark Knight III: The Master Race #2 featuring art by Cliff Chiang, Klaus Janson, Eduardo Risso, Frank Miller, and Jim Lee.
There’s a new Dark Knight Returns series on stands this week. Will Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 rise up to quash the detractors, or will our greatest fears ruin The Dark Knight for all time? Major Spoilers reviews Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 from DC Comics.
DC Comics has announced that writer Frank Miller will hold a special Twitter chat on Friday November 20th at 10 AM PT/1:00 PM ET to chat with fans about the upcoming Dark Knight III: The Master Race. Join in the chat using the hashtag #FrankMillerChat to ask any questions about Dark Knight III. You can ask him about the main story, the mini comics and probably the most often-asked question since the book’s announcement, “What’s up with that title?” Sounds like a chance to get some of your questions answered. Will you take part?
Yesterday we had the pleasure of looking at Dave Gibbons wonderful variant cover for the upcoming Dark Knight III: The Master Race series. Today, DC Entertainment sent us five – FIVE – more retailer variants to share with some of our favorite people in the world.
DC Comics sent us five new variant covers for the upcoming Frank Miller Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1, featuring art by Rafael Albuquerque, Klaus Janson, Eduardo Risso, Tyler Kirkham, and Lee Bermejo.
DC Comics has revealed two new variant retailer covers for the much talked about Dark Knight III: The Master Race by Frank Miller.
Press Release DC Entertainment began Comic-Con International: San Diego 2015 with a blockbuster announcement, revealing today that artists Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson will be joining living-legend Batman writer and artist Frank Miller and acclaimed writer Brian Azzarello in bringing the final chapter of the celebrated THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS saga to life.
Moments ago, Frank Miller took to Twitter to confirm, that yes, More Dark Knight is on the way.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 11, is a day that many Bat-fans have literally been waiting decades for! On that day, Batman: The Complete Television Series will vroom onto both DVD and Blu-Ray discs.
Fans at the San Diego Comic Con were able to get a look at the red band trailer (restricted) for the upcoming Sin City: A Dam to Kill For movie. Now that it’s online, we can share it with you.
As I mentioned in my review of Batman #33 last week, I celebrated the official 75th anniversary of Batman on Wednesday, July 23, at the a local comics shop, wearing my Batman t-shirt with art by Greg Capullo on it. This took place at the Coliseum of Comics in Kissimmee, Florida, and it was a fun time. (Their website can be found at this location.) Lots of customers wore Bat-related clothing and costumes while picking up that conclusion to “Zero Year.” There were capes and masks galore, and I enjoyed celebrating Batman’s latest milestone.
Just before the start of the Marvel Unlimited Plus Panel at the San Diego Comic Con, Agent M (Ryan Penagos) dropped a little hint about the upcoming Daredevil series from Netflix.
I’ll admit I have some mixed feelings about the upcoming Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. On the one hand, it seems hard to capture the magic of the first film, especially with The Spirit (which totally stole the look and feel of Sin City thanks to shared director Frank Miller). On the other hand, Jamie Chung.