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Bill Finger Finally Gets A Credit For The First Batman Comic
Bill Finger Finally Gets A Credit For The First Batman Comic
In case you don't mark your calendar solely by events related to Batman -- which is increasingly difficult since Year One was 22 years before Zero Year, with Zero Hour somewhere in between -- you might need a friendly reminder that DC has declared July 23 to be Batman Day, part of its celebration of 75 years of the Dark Knight. To mark the occasion, the publisher's putting out a free special edition of Detective Comics #27, containing material from both the 1939 original and the New 52 offering from earlier this year. What makes this issue really significant, however, is that to my knowledge, it's the first time Batman's co-creator, Bill Finger, has received a cover credit for the original Batman story.
War Rocket Ajax Early Edition: Batman, Superior Spider-Man and The Auteur
War Rocket Ajax Early Edition: Batman, Superior Spider-Man and The Auteur
Each week, ComicsAlliance’s Chris Sims and Matt Wilson host the War Rocket Ajax podcast, their online audio venue for interviews with comics creators, reviews of the books of the week, and whatever else they want to talk about. ComicsAlliance is offering clips of the comics-specific segments of the show several days before the full podcast goes up at WarRocketAjax...
Scott Snyder On 'Batman: Zero Year - Dark City' Part Two
Scott Snyder On 'Batman: Zero Year - Dark City' Part Two
In the pages of Batman, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Danny Miki and FCO Plascencia are retelling the origin of Batman for the modern DC Universe with "Zero Year." Told over the course of a year, "Zero Year" is divided in to three arcs, each representing a facet of Gotham City and Batman's growth into a superhero, and it's been wild right from the start. For each arc, ComicsAllia
Scott Snyder On 'Batman: Zero Year - Dark City' Part One
Scott Snyder On 'Batman: Zero Year - Dark City' Part One
In the pages of Batman, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Danny Miki and FCO Plascencia are retelling the origin of Batman for the modern DC Universe with "Zero Year." Told over the course of a year, "Zero Year" is divided in to three arcs, each representing a facet of Gotham City and Batman's growth into a superhero, and it's been wild right from the start. For each arc, ComicsAllia
Writer Scott Snyder On ‘Batman Zero Year: Secret City'
Writer Scott Snyder On ‘Batman Zero Year: Secret City'
Batman’s origin has been told many times before, but I think it’s fair to say that it’s never been done quite like Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo‘s “Zero Year.” They’re telling the story of what they call a “punk rock Batman,” a younger Bruce Wayne who returns to Gotham to challenge a city that’s already being crushed under the weight of a new kind of crime, and they’re packing everything they poss
DC Collectibles Solicitations For January 2014
DC Collectibles Solicitations For January 2014
Greg Capullo, Forever Evil, Batman: Arkham City and George Pérez are some of the key draws in the DC Collectibles solicitations for January, with a number of the items serving as the first chance fans have had to pick them up since they appeared as San Diego Comic-Con exclusives this past summer. New Batman, Talon, Riddler and Nightwing action figures based on Capullo's artwork are slated to roll
‘Batman: Zero Year’ – A New Reader’s Reaction To The Dark Knight’s Updated Origin
‘Batman: Zero Year’ – A New Reader’s Reaction To The Dark Knight’s Updated Origin
I'm not a Batman fan. I know that's heretical, especially here at ComicsAlliance, but we preach tolerance here and we practice it too. I'm ambivalent about Batman. I like some stories, dislike others, know enough about the character to know that I hate Christopher Nolan's version, but beyond an appreciation for the character's cultural weight and admiration for his peerless rogues gallery, I don't care enough about the character to read a lot of his comics.
DC Comics Kicks Off Year Two Of ‘We Can Be Heroes’ With Crowdfunding Project
DC Comics Kicks Off Year Two Of ‘We Can Be Heroes’ With Crowdfunding Project
DC Entertainment is kicking off year two of its We Can Be Heroes campaign with the slogan "Get something good. Do something great." The biggest philanthropic initiative in the history of DC Comics and its parent company, Warner Bros., We Can Be Heroes is meant to raise both funds and awareness for the hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa...

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