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batman year one
By Erik Grove I’ll be honest. As a kid, Batman wasn’t my favorite. In fact, the first superhero books that really hooked me were Marvel books. I was an X-Men kid, like so many others in the early 1990s, and compared to Wolverine, Batman just didn’t seem as cool to me. I had seen and […]
By Chris Thompson [audio:http://www.orbitalcomics.com/podcasts/orbital-pocastbatmanspecial.mp3] The Orbiting Pod, the podcast of Orbital Comics in London, is back on Bleeding Cool! This week they have a very special 75th Anniversary of Batman episode for us. They say: Welcome to a very special episode of The Orbiting Pod! To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Batman’s first appearance in […]
By Erik Grove When I got married, I was wearing Superman boxer shorts. I wore a Superman t-shirt under my black sports coat and my groomsmen wore Batman t-shirts. My nephew? He was the ring bearer and he was Robin. I love comic books. I love the variety and possibilities of the medium. There’s something […]
The 40th Angoulême Festival has published its official selection of titles for the year, which form a shortlist for the Awards given out in the show in 2013. For the English-speaking comics industry, notable choices in the Official Selection includes the remarkable rise of zombie soap opera The Walking Dead, with Vol 16 making its […]
Batman: Year One by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli originally appeared in Batman #404-407 in 1987 and subsequently became one of the most influential Batman stories ever told. The teaser material from awhile back promised that Warrner Animation was going to follow the source material very closely — and based on this trailer it looks […]
Batman: Year One by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli originally appeared in Batman #404-407 in 1987 and subsequently became one of the most influential Batman stories ever told. The animated movie features the voices of Ben McKenzie as Batman, Bryan Cranston as Lt. James Gordon, Eliza Dushku as Selina Kyle/Catwoman, and Katee Sackhoff as Detective Sarah Essen. That’s a good cast, but how close will […]