Batman continues his rockin’ & rollin’ turn under superstar creators Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo in what could be the (or their?) last Batman story ever told!
When the news came down at 9 p.m. Thursday night that Robert Pattinson could be the new Batman, E.A. Henson immediately had some thoughts.
What other book could top this week’s Wednesday Run than one that celebrates the incredible history of Batman, and the incredible creators who have made their mark on the cape and cowl?
E.A. Henson goes in-depth with comic book legend Denny O’Neil in advance of his appearance this weekend at Toronto Comicon.
For many burgeoning comic book fans, ‘Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth’ was the first taste of the talents of soon to be industry icons, writer Grant Morrison and artist Dave McKean.
For comic book fans of a certain age, Norm Breyfogle was their one and only Batman artist. Yesterday, Breyfogle passed away leaving us all a wonderful and exciting legacy of sequential art.
Following the recent 10 year anniversary of The Dark Knight, Richard Kirwin looks back at what makes it such a remarkable and timeless film.
You are cordially invited to the wedding of Batman and Catwoman. It can only be a doomed union, right? Only time – and Batman #50 can tell!
The fine folks at DC just revealed the cover art for Batman #50, where Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle tie the knot.
Or will they?
For the better part of a year, DC Comics have been publishing the six-issue mini-series, Dark Nights: Metal. Today, the series comes to a ridiculously epic conclusion.
Who would win in a battle between Jack the Ripper and Batman? Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola asked that question nearly 30 years ago in their comic book Batman: Gotham by Gaslight. Now, in 2018, the story has been brought to the animated DC Universe.
Over the last few months, DC Comics has been publishing their Dark Nights: Metal mini-series, along with a bunch of one-shots that spin out of the main title. Dark Nights: … Continue reading It’s No Laughing Matter Reading “The Batman Who Laughs #1” On The Wednesday Run