Michael Keaton could be back as Bruce Wayne, and our E.A. Henson is PSYCHED.
E.A. Henson takes a look at Dark Nights: Dark Metal, the event comic of the summer for DC. He also remembers Denny O’Neil.
E.A. Henson finds some light in the darkness of the current comics situation with Batman: The Adventures Continue.
Batman #86 introduces a new creative team who deliver a pitch perfect story.
Finally! After two years of reading and waiting, and reading and waiting, and waiting some more, the inevitable creative/corporate splice between DC Comics’ greatest creations and one of comicdom’s greatest graphic novels…is over!
Today marks the 30th anniversary of Tim Burton’s Batman. To celebrate, a group of Biff Bam Pop!’s writers have gathered together to share their memories of the movie and the fateful day of its release.
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.