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Inspired by prominent art from Disney's famous Haunted Mansion attraction, artist Abraham Lopez has created "Haunted Arkham Asylum," featuring Batman and other characters in his universe portrayed in "stretch art." The idea is that the images at the top seem perfectly sed
Novels: Marvel and Hyperion books are partnering for two new romance+action novels in June. Marta Acosta is writing The She-Hulk Diaries and Christine Woodward is writing Rogue Touch.
Gaming: Killer Croc, Riddler
One of my favorite cartoonists of the last couple of years, Mike Maihack once said he was done writing and drawing what are manifestly the cutest Supergirl and Batgirl team-up comic strips of all time, citing some kind of strange desire to work on "his own projects" that have, like, "true personal significance" and provide him with a sense of "creative and professional accomplishment" or whatever. And while, yeah, it's true that his comic Cleopatra in Space and contributions to Archaia
As the latest additions to the DC Comics x Converse collaboration, Chuck Taylor All Star kicks featuring Wonder Woman and Killer Croc designs are now exclusively available at Journeys. The collection has greatly expanded since its launch in Fall 2010,
Check out this ten-minute Batman fan film produced by Bat in the Sun, a Los Angeles filmmaking crew who've made numerous shorts starring DC Comics' Dark Knight. In Seeds of Arkham, Batman goes head-to-head with some standard thugs before tangling with Killer Croc. The short film also includes a Suicide Girls-esque Poison Ivy slashing away
Rocktober? Shocktober? Mohawktober? Here at ComicsAlliance, we just can't decide what we want to celebrate this month, so we're bringing you a different monthly theme every day! Today, we're celebrating the contributions to villainy from Gotham City's own Waylon Jones, Killer Croc! Check out our all-time favorite Croctoberfest moment after the cut!
The great thing here isn't just that it's actually Batman pretending to be Croc (spoiler warning!) in the great "Almost Got Him" episode of Batman: The Animated Series, it's that Batman is simultaneously goofing on the other villains while letting us know exactly how dumb he thinks Croc is.
Very, very, very dumb.