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SDCC ’15: Frank Miller Will Be Drawing Interior Pages And Covers For Dark Knight: The Master Race

At San Diego Comic Con, Dan DiDio and Jim Lee lead a meet-the-co-publishers panel to kick off Sunday morning Talking about Dark Knight: The Master Race, Dan DiDio stated that Frank Miller would be contributing interior art and covers as well as writing for the series. DiDio also addressed the contentious title, stating that it was… Read more »

SDCC ’15: DC Comics Will Issue A European-Style Slipcase For Dark Knight: The Master Race

At a retailer meeting yesterday, Jim Sokolowski, better known as Ski, announced a slipcase to be created for the Frank Miller series Dark Knight: The Master Race, which will keep each issue snug and warm… It’s European style, apparently. No, I don’t either. But he did also take the opportunity to say that reported “mini… Read more »

SDCC ’15: Andy Kubert And Klaus Janson To Draw The Dark Knight: The Master Race

Since Bleeding Cool first broke the news that DC Comics was planning a Dark Knight threequel with Frank Miller, a lot of creator names were mentioned in association with the new series. Well, as well as Brian Azzarello being confirmed previously, two more from our first list are now also official, courtesy of CBR, Klaus… Read more »

The Bleed 2.21: Reading The Dark Knight Returns With Thomas Alsop’s Palle Schmidt And Chris Miskiewicz

By Joseph Kyle Schmidt and Samuel Morse The Bleed is a weekly podcast by Bleeding Cool contributors Joe Schmidt and Sam Morse. The podcast consists of the latest news in comics, creator interviews, and a weekly book club discussion. On this week’s episode we welcome the creators of Boom! Studio’s Thomas Alsop, Chris Miskiewicz and Palle Schmidt! The occult hit’s first four issues… Read more »

The Dark Knight Returns And Batman Beyond Skins Are Arkham Knight Pre-Order Bonuses

The Arkham series is well known for having several DLC skins for Batman to adorn while fighting crime across Gotham. From Red Son, to Yellow Lantern, to Year One, the number of suits you can get over the last three games is kind of ridiculous. Arkham Knight doesn’t look like it is going to be… Read more »

The Original Title For Dark Knight 3 Was Nixed By Warners?

At C2E2, DC Comics used writer Brian Azzarello to confirm the Bleeding Cool scoop from last year, a threequel to The Dark Knight Returns, DK3: The Master Race. Which, as a few people commented, sounds a little fascistic, even for The Dark Knight. I understand that the original name for the project from Frank Miller was… Read more »

DC Comics Confirms Frank Miller’s Dark Knight 3 With Brian Azzarello At C2E2 – The Master Race (UPDATE)

It was a story that Bleeding Cool broke last year. That Frank MiIler would be returning to the Dark Knight world for Dark Knight 3, with the likes of Brian Azzarello and Scott Snyder. Well, at the big DC Comics panel at C2E2 today one of those writers, Brian Azzarello gave the audience three figures… Read more »

Brian Azzarello, John Romita Jr, Dave Gibbons And Klaus Janson Also Named On Dark Knight Three Project

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool broke the news that DC Comics are planning a Dark Knight Returns threequel, with Frank Miller and Scott Snyder named as co-writers, with other artists including Jim Lee, Greg Capullo, Sean Murphy and Andy Kubert mentioned as artistic collaborators. And details of this story have been confirmed directly by others as a… Read more »

As Dark Knight Three News Spreads Across The Internet, Scott Snyder Flees For Brazil

So, that was a story, yesterday. Broken by Bleeding Cool, then picked up and confirmed by a number of other reporting organisations. That Frank Miller and Scott Snyder have been planning a threequel to The Dark Knight Returns, while DC Comics beancounters rub their hands ever so excitedly. So what did Scott Snyder have to… Read more »

Frank Miller And Scott Snyder Planning To Write Dark Knight 3 Together

They were as thick as thieves at San Diego Comic Con. Frank Miller and Scott Snyder. The greatest Batman author from the past and the greatest from the present. We’ve had Before Watchmen and Sandman Overture recently from DC Comics, but there’s one seminal work of the eighties that’s been missing from the sequelitis that has… Read more »

Legends Of The Dark Knight – The Inspirational Impact Of Batman

There is a new documentary that focuses on Batman. But not the origin or the history but rather Batman as an inspiration to achieve more in your life. To strive past obstacles and become something great. Legends of the Dark Knight tells the inspiration impact of Batman and how he has affected so many lives… Read more »

Swipe File: New Avengers #21 And Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

From today’s New Avengers #21 with the Superman analogue from an incursing Earth, meeting his fate from Doctor Strange going all magicky apeshit… And when Superman was hit by nuclear force in The Dark Knight Returns. In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree. They may be… Read more »

SDCC 2014: Batman: The Eternal Dark Knight Panel

Featuring Scott Snyder, Peter Tomasi, Greg Pak, Pat Gleason, Marc Andreyko and Brian Buccellato. Hey Pete Sailer here at DC’s “Eternal Dark Knight Panel.” DC’s really going out celebrating Batman’s 75th birthday and this panel is sure to impress. John Cunningham introduces the creators and Batman group editor Mark Doyle. Cunningamn brings the cover of Batman… Read more »

A Comic Show – The Dark Knight Grayson!

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom, I’m Aaron for A Comic Show with a stack of new comics now! DC’s new wave of books starts here, Spidey 2099 and Deadpool have their day, and Walking Dead isn’t nearly as gory as Spread! DC’s Grayson #1 was a solid execution… Read more »

DC Comics And Graphitti Create Original Art ‘Gallery Editions’ For Dark Knight, Ronin, Sandman, Killing Joke And More

It began with Scott Dunbier. Fired by DC Comics, he went to IDW with an idea he’d never got off the ground over there. Recerating original art boards as close to the original as possible, in look and feel, by shooting colour copies of the boards and then printing them on similar material to Bristol… Read more »

Batman: Dark Knight Returns, Year One, Dark Victory, Hush And Court Of The Owls In Black And White And French

It’s not just DC Comics in America that is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Batman. In France, DC licensor Urban Comics (Dargaud) is going to publish five classic Batman comics in black and white. And in French, obviously. Dark Knight Returns, Year One, Dark Victory, Hush and Court of the Owls will all be published… Read more »

Swipe File: The Birth Of A Nation And The Dark Knight Returns

All credit to SeqArt for putting this together, with a little help from Alan Moore… ‘the origin of capes and masks as ubiquitous superhero accessories can be deduced from a close viewing of D.W. Griffiths’ Birth of a Nation’ – Alan Moore. Although not the first to make the connection. Both Birth of a Nation… Read more »

Jason Pearson Draws The Superman/Batman Scene From Dark Knight Returns

This is what you get when you commission Jason Pearson to draw the climatic scene from Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. He writes, Here’s a commission for a Dark Knight-Batman and Superman piece. I really wanted to do Batman in his normal outfit but when he faces off with the Man of Steel in the… Read more »

Removing The Swastika From The Dark Knight Returns In Mexico

  On the left is the American edition of The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. On the right, is the Mexican edition, published by DC Comics Mexico and Editorial Televisa. This edition was censored mainly in the character of Bruno and her henchmen, covering with black squares the swastikas on Bruno’s… Read more »

Thirty-Eight Thoughts About Thirty-Eight Comics – Superior Spider-Man, Saga, Knights Of Pendragon, Uncanny Avengers, Dark Knight, Saviors, Super Dinosaur, Earth 2, Batman And Robin, TMNT, Godzilla, Ghostbusters, Aquaman, Flash, Catwoman, Sledgehammer 44, Inhumanity, Furious, Transformers, Serenity, Invincible, Bounce, Black Science, Conan, Neverending, Bravest Warriors, Siegfried, Artifacts, Aphrodite IX, Age Of Darkness, Star Trek, Thief Of Thieves, Revival, Uber, Crossed, L’il Sonja, Adventure Time And Other Dead

Heisenberg? Yes, we have new Superior Spider-Man #26, including a look at whatever Peter Parker is up to, as Dock Ock’s world begins to unravel around him. Revolutionary War: Knights Of Pendragon #1 is a little bit lefty. I mean it always was, but its even more so today, with references to austerity cuts, the… Read more »