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Graceful

Gracefulness is a tricky quality — it manifests itself as an effortless, subtle harmony between a subject and its environment.

Graceful is the theme for this week’s photo challenge at The Daily Post.

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Fine Art Prints

Comic Reviews 1/18/17 - DC and Kill or Be Killed

Batman #15

Tom King and Mitch Gerads give Batman and Catwoman the bittersweet love story they’ve always deserved.

After spending the night together, Selina runs from Batman one more time, and Batman has to chase her, one more time, along the way, finding out what really happened to those 237 people at the orphanage. 1,142 more words

Comics

CTW Issue 2

Issue Two: 01/18/2017

Image debuts 2 new titles, Batman and Superman continue storylines, and Doctor Aphra goes to Yavin IV! 484 more words

Comix This Week

Zombies, Bat-romance, and Yoda Quotes - Geekout 16

With weekends only having 1 page, I’m at page 16, which means I’ll be about 52 days short of 365 for the year. By my calculations, I’m about 1/20th of the way through the calendar. 1,117 more words

Fantasy

Bottleneck Gallery To Release Jock's Detective Comics #800 Cover & Glen Brogan's Catwoman Prints On January 17, 2017

This Tuesday, January 17, 2017 Bottleneck Gallery will go back to the Batcave and continue to explore the Batman Universe with two amazing prints from veteran Batman artist, Jock, and Glen Brogan. 127 more words

Comic Books

DC New Talent Showcase #1

It’s 2017 and Comicler.com is celebrating with an all-positives set of mini reviews of DC’s New Talent Showcase. This showcase brought in fresh talent to learn and work under the likes of Scott Snyder, Jim Lee and more. 1,310 more words

Review

Batman: The Telltale Series review

It’s extremely difficult to appease Batman fans, and I’m admitting right from the get go that I count myself amongst the most hardcore of them. It’s almost tradition now for every new version of The Dark Knight to suffer some backlash—especially from those of us who are as obsessed with Batman as he is with fighting crime. 1,833 more words

Ray Carsillo