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Adventure 216 - Superboy and Superman, and the Wizard City

A kind of  forerunner of the bottle city of Kandor, the Wizard City is a lost city, deep in the African jungle, and is introduced in Adventure 216 (Sept. 199 more words

Showcase Presents World's Finest Vol. 1

First Published: October 2007

Contents: Superman/Batman story from Superman #76 (May-June 1952); Superman, Batman, and Robin stories from World’s Finest Comics #71 (July-August 1954) to #111 (August 1960) 698 more words

DC Showcase Presents

Batman (Pachislot) by ELECO



This time we’ll talk about a pachislot machine based on the long-beloved dark hero Batman!
There have been 2 pachinko models before, but this is the first pachislot one! 66 more words


Geekstery: The Pulp-Culture

Before we get into the characters we have all become familiar with, let’s take a look at the heroes that have sparked the imaginations of their creators.   488 more words


Batman 75th Anniversary

This year marks the 75th Anniversary of Batman. “The Bat-Man,” alter ego of wealthy business owner Bruce Wayne, originally appeared in May 1939 in Detective Comics #27 (later called DC Comics). 100 more words

Comics & Graphic Novels

Best Bun Toon Ever? Yay!

Sorry this was a bit late, my computer has been bitten by something, and I have to upload on the wife’s machine.  Sheesh!

This week included Bat-Day, the 75th Birthday of the guy who pays my mortgage.   75 more words

Bun Toons

Horselover Fat reblogged this on My Little Underground and commented:

As people who read this blog regularly will know, I'm somewhat disparaging of most modern superhero comics for being identikit, predictable, badly written rubbish. This week DC Comics have been getting people to ignore again the fact Bill Finger was one of the main creators of Batman by plugging something called 'Batman Day', which is designed to cash in on the added interest in comics this week thanks to San Diego Comic Con. It's really just an excuse to part people from their money. Ty Templeton currently draws Batman '66 for DC and he's done this work of sheer genius which diffuses the last 25 years of Batman stories into a few panels. It's bloody brilliant. Enjoy.

Comic-Con: Bill Finger's Batman legacy detailed by Denny O'Neil, more

Batman’s Gotham City is a dark place, and Bill Finger’s place in that mythos has long been in the shadows.

But in the character’s 75th anniversary year – also the 100th anniversary of the writer’s birth – the spotlight has found Finger. 794 more words