Batman #286, DC Comics, April 1977. Artist: Jim Aparo. I think Day 286 is one of the best cover...Read More
A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Direct Currents...Read More
The Death of the Family storyline crossed over into Batman, Detective Comics, Batman and Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, Catwoman, Teen Titans, Suicide Squad and Red Hood and the Outlaws. Each title had their star “Bat-Characters” match wits against the evil and diabolical Joker, whose ultimate plan was to get rid of Batman’s allies, who in Joker’s mind were weakening the Dark Knight and keeping him from being the hero that Gotham (and the Joker) desperately needs.Read More
The first two entries in the Batman: Arkham series of video games (Arkham Asylum, 2009 and Arkham City, 2011) are fantastic games and some of the best that this generation of video games had to offer. The combat was tight, the voice acting superb, and the gameplay perfectly suited for the Darknight Detective. So when development for a prequel was shifted from Rocksteady Studios to Warner Bros. Interactive’s Montreal studios they had some big shoes to fill.Read More
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