When Batman: The Animated Series, got a new look and a new title in The New Batman Adventures, Catwoman got a whole new redesign as well. Diamond Select Toys has released a new statue based on that style.
As I always do, I was reading the news here at MajorSpoilers.com, and I came across an interesting story about adding information regarding age-appropriateness to Aspen Comics.
If you are a fan of Batman: The Animated Series (and who isn’t?), then you’ll want to check out two new Batman: The Animated Series statues from DST. One from a classic Joker episode, and one that features Catwoman in a dynamic pose.
Of course, I knew going in that Tom King’s Batman would be very different from Scott Snyder’s incarnation. And it’s not like the climax (Get it?) in this issue has never happened before – It has, back in the beginning of the New 52. And it occurred in a graphic novel years ago, and that resulted in Damien Wayne. What really concerns me is that I’m already starting to get used to all this, and I’m not sure that’s a good thing!
Author’s Note: Random Access Memory is me looking back at the specific comics that shaped my life. Each month I go back in time – in five year intervals – to examine key comics that came out those months. (The idea is that after five years of monthly columns, I will have covered an entire lifetime – in this case, fifty years – of reading comics.) I also list all the comics I read that particular month. This will afford readers the opportunity to chastise me for not reading specific comics, and/or laugh at the horrible, horrible choices I made
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Flash loses a director, and we get political with Faith #5, Catwoman Election Night #1, and President Lex. Also… Resident Alien. This episode is brought to you by Loot Crate. Go to LootCrate.com/Spoilers and enter the code Spoilers at checkout to save on your subscription.
With all the hubbub surrounding the upcoming Star Wars movie, I started wondering if Marvel was going to release a comics version of it. You know, a comic that adapted the film and would appear in local comics shops? Then I remembered – Oh, yeah, no comics company has done that in a long, long time!