Return of Bruce Wayne
And we're finally back after an extended break to annotating "Return of Bruce Wayne" with issue #5, where Bruce Wayne reappears as a hardboiled noir detective. It's worth noting that the next issue of ROBW now appears slated to come out on November 10, after numerous books ("Road Home", "Batman and Robin" #16, "Batman: The Return", "Batman Incorporated" #1) will have already come out. Whether this will be a Cap Rebor
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
We've been waiting for Cowboy Batman ever since the first announcements about "Return of Bruce Wayne," and he finally arrives tomorrow in "Return of Bruce Wayne" #4 by Grant Morrison and artist Georges Jeanty. In a
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
"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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Despite Batman's untimely "demise" last year in "Final Crisis" -- a loss that led former sidekick Dick Grayson to take up the mantle of the Bat with Bruce Wayne's son Damian as his Robin -- readers have known for some time that Batman isn't really gone, just missing in time, thanks to the machinations of Darkseid
This morning, the DC Universe blog released two black-and-white pages by the always-amazing Chris Sprouse from their upcoming "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne" series, and as ComicsAlliance's resident Batmanologist, it's fallen to me to interpret them.
On the first page, Batman emerges from the cave in which we see him at the end of "Final Crisis," and is confronted by cavemen. Given the pr