This past weekend was Boston Comic Con 2016, and what a time it was. Amid the throngs of Harley Quinns (the Suicide Squad movie version is the new favorite folks) and Deadpools were some pretty awesome creators, actors, and vendors. 419 more words
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Scott Snyder has been on an epic five-year run with Batman adding high-quality content to the Batman mythos. Scott and company look to continue the streak with… 376 more words
It can sometimes be hard to figure out exactly where to jump in on a character like Batman. After all, with over seventy-five years of stories to choose from, a casual reader can have a difficult time choosing which book is worth their while. 861 more words
After wrapping up Superheavy, their final story arc on Batman, writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo (with inker Danny Miki and colorist FCO Plascencia) put a period at the end of their sprawling, five-year bat-sentence with one of the single greatest individual issues of their entire run. 525 more words
Today, Drew and Spencer are discussing Batman 51, originally released April 27th, 2016.
Drew: Nostalgia is a complicated force in superhero comics. On the one hand, a 75-year history is a unique and powerful tool, one that can be mined to celebrate past achievements and reward loyal readers; on the other hand, an audience’s fondness for that history may be exploited, used in lieu of actual quality to assure sales of a given title. 2,111 more words