At the end of Batman Incorporated #7, there was this great teaser image for the next issue where Oracle called Batman as he suited up in a crazy Tron-esque version of his costume, with the dialogue "Calling Batman! Big trouble in Internet 3.0!" It's beautifully over-the-top, but at
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* "Okay, when's Doomsday? Later? Some other time? Tomorrow?"
^ There's always a war on somewhere
Courtesy of DC Comics, ComicsAlliance brings you an exclusive first look at Ben Oliver's cover for Batwing #3, on sale in November. Featuring interior artwork by Oliver with a script by Jud Winick, the issue continues the ad
We're finally back with an annotated look at the last two issues of Grant Morrison's Batman Incorporated, #5 ("Masterspy") and #6 ("Nyktomorph"), in preparation for next week's #7. There's a lot to digest inside
Readers who have been following DC's Batman Inc. have seen Bruce Wayne's roster of international crime-fighters grow with the addition of new characters like Nightrunner and Batman Japan (formerly known as Mr. Unknown), but
As it turns out, we were hasty in our description of last month's Batman Incorporated #4 as the first proper meeting between Bruce Wayne's Batman and Kate Kane's Batwoman. While the issue did indeed feature both the modern Batwoman and her Golden Age counterpart, Kate Kane and Bruce Wayne don't official
Our Batman Incorporated annotations are back, this time taking a look at the incredibly dense and referential fourth issue. Not only does this issue feature writer Grant Morrison's new origin of the original Golden Age Batwoman, an appearance by the new Batwoman, and stunning art from Chris Burnham with coloring from Nathan