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Scott Snyder On ‘Death Of The Family': ‘It’s A Love Letter To Batman From The Joker’ [Interview]
Scott Snyder On ‘Death Of The Family': ‘It’s A Love Letter To Batman From The Joker’ [Interview]
After he began his tenure in DC's New 52 by cutting off his own face and tacking it to a wall -- hands down one of the weirdest things he's done, which is saying something -- it was pretty clear that when the Joker returned to the pages of Batman a year later, it was going to be a pretty big deal for readers...
‘Batman’ Artist Greg Capullo Reacts to DC’s Accidental Joker Reveal
‘Batman’ Artist Greg Capullo Reacts to DC’s Accidental Joker Reveal
One of the problems with soliciting comics that won't be released for another three months is that, sometimes, publishers spoil plot points or give away things that were meant to be a secret for awhile longer. Like, for example, DC accidentally revealing the new look of the Joker online with the cover of Batgirl #14 yesterday, even though the character isn't due to reappear in Scott Snyder and Gre
A Brief (And Insane) History of Batman’s Newest Foe
A Brief (And Insane) History of Batman’s Newest Foe
In this week's Batman #10, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion have finally revealed the mastermind behind Batman's conflict with the Court of Owls -- and to say that it's a surprise is underselling things quite a bit. But while this is certainly a new direction, the character in question has been around for quite a while as one of the weirder and more obscure pieces of the Batman myt
Breaking Down the Big Reveal in ‘Batman’ #10 [Spoilers]
Breaking Down the Big Reveal in ‘Batman’ #10 [Spoilers]
Themes of class, privilege and arrogance run deep in writer Scott Snyder's work with Bruce Wayne in DC Comics' Batman. The title has been the breakout hit of the New 52 initiative since it was relaunched last September with Snyder and artist Greg Capullo, featuring an uncommonly consistent aesthetic -- the book hasn't had a single fill-in creative team member in any capacity for ten issues -- cour
‘Batman’ #1: The Best New Comic of the New 52 (So Far)
‘Batman’ #1: The Best New Comic of the New 52 (So Far)
One of the things about doing an all-new first issue of Batman is that you don't really have to spend a whole lot of time explaining who he is. He's a character that's been on TV pretty much every week since 1992, starred in a movie that made over a billion dollars -- that's billion, with a B -- at the box office, and was the basis of a video game that holds a Guinness World Record for being the