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
Okay, okay, before any of my friends or relatives see that headline, I'm not actually dead -- but you wouldn't know that from reading DC's upcoming Batman Inc. #6, where my corpse is found in Gotham City, being eaten by seagulls.
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
Batwoman fans had better pay attention to this preview of Batman Incorporated, for the new issue is the last place you'll see the enigmatic Kate Kane for several months. On sale this week from DC Comics, issue #
This week, Grant Morrison's run on Batman and Robin concludes with the final chapter, "Black Mass." Since Return of Bruce Wayne #6 isn't coming out until next week, the exact details of the end of Bruce's journey through time and the true nature of Barbatos will have to go unanswered for now. In this i
I've been a fan of Chris Burnham ever since I saw his art in "Nixon's Pals," a graphic novel he did with Joe Casey a few years back. More recently, he and Casey put out the equally awesome "Officer Downe," and while both of those are full of insanely huge (and hugely insane) ideas and phenomenal art, they've been c
Joe Casey and Chris Burnham's new one-shot "Officer Downe" is solicited in this month's "Previews," and if you haven't checked it out, you might want to do so, because it looks wild.
So wild, in fact, that we here at Comi