Zero Year

Jeff Lemire And David Ramsey On Bringing 'Arrow's Diggle To Comics
Jeff Lemire And David Ramsey On Bringing 'Arrow's Diggle To Comics
One of the bright shining lights of The CW show Arrow's first season was the character of John Diggle and the actor portraying him, David Ramsey. Far more than a sidekick, Diggle really took on a life of his own. He's proved popular enough that he has made the transition to comics, in the tradition of Jimmy Olsen (who originally appeared on the Adventures of Superman radio show). To mark Diggle's
‘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.
Scott Snyder Talks ‘Batman: Zero Year': ‘It’s Become Something That’s As Ambitious As I Can Make It’
Scott Snyder Talks ‘Batman: Zero Year': ‘It’s Become Something That’s As Ambitious As I Can Make It’
Last week, DC announced that Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo would be doing an updated origin for Batman in the pages of Zero Year, starting in June's Batman #21. Considering that Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's Batman: Year One has been the definitive origin story for the Dark Knight since its release in 1987, it probably won't surprise anyone that reaction to the news was mixed, with plenty