Bat-Manga

On The Cheap: Get DC Digital First Comics For Half Price
This week, Comixology has launched a sale on DC's digital-first line, which means that for half of their usual cover price, you can catch up on rip-roaring retro adventure in books like Bombshells, Wonder Woman '77, and Batman '66, get continuity-free adventures in Adventures of Super…
Preview: Batman vs The Outsider in Kuwata's 'Bat-Manga' #31
One of the most fun things about reading Jiro Kuwata's Bat-Manga is seeing all the changes that Kuwata made when he adapted stories that were originally published in the American Batman comics. Sometimes, they're taken to a more elaborate extreme, like the now-legendary Lord Death Man stor…
Could Batman Beat A Pro Wrestler In His Element?
Q: Can Batman defeat a pro wrestler in his natural element? --@ykarps

A: At first glance, this seems like one of the easiest questions I've ever tackled in this column. I mean, of course he could, right? He's Batman. While the rest of us were learning algebra in 8th grade, this dude was t…
Chip Kidd: Remixing Batman And Designing Super-Solutions
Chip Kidd is a one of American publishing's foremost graphic designers, a respected novelist and author in his own right, and a life-long comic book fan. He's worked with DC Comics on a number of different projects over the years, writing histories, creating logos, designing books, and eve…
‘Bat-Manga’ Could Return For a Second Volume
I'll never forget the day I opened up Chip Kidd's "Bat-manga: The Secret History of Batman in Japan." Know why? Because the first thing I saw was a Scare Glow-lookalike called Lord Death Man. It was bliss. A blend of Jiro Kuwata's Batman manga plus shots of toys and …