Tags » Joëlle Jones

“HOUSE OF NIGHT” RETURNS TO DARK HORSE

Today, Dark Horse Comics is proud to reveal the new edition of the House of Night graphic novel from best-selling mother/daughter duo P.C. and Kristin Cast’s vampyric House of Night prose novel series! 391 more words

Comics And Comic News

Challenging Batman's Central Conceit in Batman 35

by Drew Baumgartner

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

For all of the impossible technology, the men made out of shapeshifting clay, the resurrection pits, and the shark repellant, the biggest narrative conceit in any Batman story is the idea that an orphan’s single-minded decision to literally fight crime is somehow noble or laudable. 496 more words

Drew Baumgartner

Review: BATMAN #35 (SPOILERS)

By RUSSELL BERGER

This was the pivotal issue for me, as a reader of Tom King’s (writer) BATMAN run. This arc caught my attention in the midst of  987 more words

ITC Comics

Comic Cover Of The Week: Batman Rebirth #35

This weeks captivating cover celebrates an astonishing 800 issues of Batman! For those not especially versed in comic-book lore, allow me to elucidate that even though this magnificent milestone in the Caped Crusader’s long and tumultuous history as Gotham’s very own grim guardian is a significant landmark, he has actually been the titular star of its sister comic “Detective” for an even more astounding 942 issues, since his first appearance in the May 1939 issue of Detective Comics #27! 331 more words

Comics

Batman #34 Review

Batman and Catwoman venture further into Talia Al Ghul’s lair. Can they survive the first wave assault to even reach Talia?  271 more words

Review

The Rules of Engagement Part 2 (Batman #34)

Batman #34
Writer: Tom King
Artist: Joelle Jones
Cover Artist: Joelle Jones
Colorist: Jordie Bellaire
Publisher: DC Comics

The second part of the story where we find Batman and Catwoman, now engaged to be married, in the desert.

1,273 more words

Review - Batman #34 (DC Comics)

Publisher: DC Comics
Writer: Tom King
Art: Joelle Jones
Colours: Jordie Bellaire
Release Date:1st November 2017 562 more words

Review