On social media recently, a comics pro put forth the notion that long-standing comics people were “indestructible.” I don’t know if I buy that notion!
Browsing: Bruce Wayne
On Saturday, September 16, Batman Day was celebrated around the world! How did it go?
Last week, two comics came out that reminded me exactly why I read them!
Every once in a while, comics creators make a change… then regret it! It’s about to happen with Superman and his son!
Would Batman/Bruce Wayne be happy if he were separated into two different parts? Take the jump for our review of Dark Crisis: Worlds Without a Justice League – Batman #1 from DC Comics.
Batman’s really out of his element on several levels as he takes on his own son Robin and DC’s supernatural realm!
Let’s talk about Batman and Catwoman getting married!
Dark Knights of Steel is a great “what if?” story that provides a different take on well-known heroes!
It makes sense that all those Bat-characters would eventually form groups! DC is unleashing the Bat-groups!
Ben Reilly, previously known as Marvel’s Scarlet Spider, is coming back, and he’s replacing Peter Parker. Yes, again!
It’s Joshua Williamson’s last issue of Batman Superman! I think he set the bar really high for the new creative team when they take over with #16 in March!
As Marvel continues to celebrate their 80th anniversary, the House of Ideas has been getting a lot of well-deserved attention.
Batman Beyond has been unique in that it takes an even higher tech working against Terry and Bruce. Yes, “our” time Batman has had some incredible technology to overcome, but imagine this taking place pretty far in the future. It’s something few of us can imagine.
This week’s Batman Annual looks at our hero from his butler’s point of view, and it’s truly engaging and enlightening.