In Praise Of: Chris Burnham And Sad Batman

You’re an artist on a comic book. Suddenly the comic book becomes mega hot for one issue. Your comp copies arrive (if you work for DC). What do you do?

If you’re Chris Burnham, you sign them, you sketch a sad Batman on the cover in silver pen, put it on eBay and let people bid it up into the three figures with two days left to go.

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That’s a sad Batman.

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