We continue our annotations of the Grant Morrison run by breaking down "Batman" #702, by Morrison with art by Tony Daniel, complete with SPOILERS. This issue: the long-sought-after connective tissue between "Final Crisis" and "Return of Bruce Wayne", as well as the reason why we got to hear Bruce narrating all of these events. Last issue I was wondering what the po
And we're back again, this time with yet another issue of "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne." This one eschews the search plot to focus purely on the story from Bruce's perspective -- or, more precisely, from the perspective of the people around Bruce, who is completely silent for this entire issue in a nod to the silent, nameless lone gunslinger (or Batarang-slinger) archetype
First off, the entire existence of this comic is sort of weird. It's a clear continuation of the "Batman R.I.P." story that ended in #681, minus the fact that #681 ended with the tail end of the framing sequence that began the arc
The next link in this summer's Bat-chain comes with this week's "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne" #3 by Grant Morrison, Yanick Paquette, Michel Lacombe and Nathan Fairbairn. It's a relatively straightf
This week marks yet another issue of Grant Morrison's "Batman" mega-arc, and a very special one: "Batman" #700. With this being a particularly meaty and reference-heavy issue, we've decided to provide proper annotations on this milestone issue. This is part of a long series of annot
"Return of Bruce Wayne" #2 is out, and it's amazing -- even better than I expected, and my expectations were pretty high. There's always a lot going on in a Grant Morrison comic, so we're back with detailed annotations to help you take it apart.
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