Graphic designer Chip Kidd has long been admired for his prodigious collection of DC Comics books and merchandise, particularly that which he compiled in the popular Batman Collected coffee table book. Responsible for the trade dress of DC's A
In the five years since writer Grant Morrison assumed writing duties for Batman, he has redefined the character for a new generation. By looking beyond the dark and gritty work of Frank Miller – the model that informed every Batman story for over twenty years – and sending the character on an inverted journey through pre-Dark Knight history, the franchise has become reconnected with roots that once seemed permanently excised. And now, with Batman Incorporate
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
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In the final issue of Grant Morrison's Batman and Robin, arguably the best reviewed comic book starring Batman since Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns in the 1980s, billionaire Bruce Wayne makes public something that has heretofore been one of the great secrets of DC Comics' Batman myth.
Today at The Source, DC put up a five-page preview of Batman and Robin #16, and as you might expect, the ComicsAlliance staff is pumped. This is, after all, the finale of Grant Morrison's run on the title before he kicks off Batman, Inc later this month, and with the awesome last page of Batman and Robin #15 leading into it, it looks like fans of the Caped Crusader are in for some good times.
But the interesting thing about this pa
After last week's trip to the past in Return of Bruce Wayne #5, we're back to the present and Batman and Robin #15, the last part of the "Batman and Robin Must Die!" arc by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving. Like the other two parts, it's named after a piece of gothic art: "Knight, Death and the Devil." The Joker is Death,