Time for some filler During the long dark tea time between Batman RIP and the actual beginning of Battle for the Cowl, Batman fans are looking everywhere to get their Bat-Fix, and DC delivers this week with Gotham Gazette #1. Itâ€™s not really a newspaper, and the menagerie of stories inside really donâ€™t fit a newspaper format, but it does fill that void since the last appearance of Batman.
Robin go boom-boom I havenâ€™t been reading my Bat-titles as faithfully as I have in the past.Â Instead of the top of the stack, the Bat-family has been relegated to the â€œIâ€™ll get to you in a momentâ€ pile.Â You know who I blame for this, and it isnâ€™t Paul Dini, Fabian Nicieza, Freddie Williams II, Peter Tomasi, or Tony Bedard.Â I decided to give Robin a chance this week, moving the title to the top of the pile for a couple of reasons.Â First, because Red Robin is officially revealed (although observant readers have known for several weeks), and
Averting one of the biggest mistakes that could ever happen, the CW has announced it is scrapping plans to develop the Graysons television series featuring Dick “DJ” Grayson.Â The brains behind the decsion?Â Warner Bros. Pictures Group Jeff Robinov.Â Of course he’s also the brains that approved the plan in the first place, but I’ll give him credit for coming to his senses. “The studio has opted not to go forward with the development of ‘The Graysons’ at this time as the concept doesn’t fit the current strategy for the Batman franchise,” the studio said in a statement. “Warner Bros.
The Joker goes to jail, and nothing will ever be the same…AGAIN! In what appears to be tale inspired by or related to the Dark Knight movie, the latest issue of Batman Confidential shows what happened the first time Batman captured the Clown Prince of Crime and tossed him in the slammer.