Halloween makes for perfect horror of the superhero type with an old-school shriek-fest featuring your favourite masks, capes and monsters!
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!
In this installment of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson looks at Matthew Rosenberg’s first issue of Multiple Man for Marvel, and lots more.
This week’s H&V has a decidedly retro feel…and that completely okay! I’ve got a great property from the 80’s, one from the 90’s, and even one from feudal Japan!
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?
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.
Outside, the snow is falling and friends are calling “yoo-hoo!” Come on, it’s lovely weather for a sleigh ride together with you! Well, we’re inching closer to the end-of-year holiday … Continue reading Jingle Your Way To “DC Universe Holiday Special 2017 #1” On The Wednesday Run
The road to the about-to-be-released Justice League film has been a long and winding one. Long and winding and fraught with bumps and pitfalls and massive industry, cultural, commercial and … Continue reading Road To Justice League: Long & Winding & Obstacle Filled
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