Monday Trending Topics: Batman Incorporated

Monday Trending Topics: Batman Incorporated

Posted by July 24, 2012 Comment

Breaking this afternoon: In light of the recent events in Aurora, and in consideration of the victims and the families of the shootings, DC Comics has decided to postpone the release of the third issue of Batman Incorporated because the comic contains “content that may be perceived as insensitive in light of recent events”. They are asking any retailers who do receive copies not to put them out for sale.

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DC Comics Postpones Batman Inc #3 For A Month Over “Content That May Be Perceived As Insensitive”

In light of the recent events in Aurora, and in consideration of the victims and the families of the shootings, DC Comics has decided to postpone the release of the third issue of Batman Incorporated because the comic contains “content that may be perceived as insensitive in light of recent events”. They are asking any retailers who do receive copies not to put them out for sale.

The Aurora Killings And The Comics Industry

Reaction across the comic book industry and media to the Denver shootings has been widespread, as you might expect. The Denver Comic Con put out this ribbon image, and called for blood donations.

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NSFW Posters For Nurse As Mailed To The Interwebz 

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(Last Updated July 24, 2012 1:09 am )

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