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The Name's Grayson. Dick Grayson.



Badadah-badadah-badadah-badadah-I can't see me loving nobody but you... )

Food For Thought: I guess we know who Blondie is on that Batsgiving Poster, don't we? If so, there's only one person left on that thing who's un-ID'd.
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Scowly McBatface is from an actual quote from the issue, by the way.

PHHRRAAAASSINGG )

Food for Thought: This might be an odd time to ask this, but where was Alfred Pennyworth during the night of the Wayne murders? Not accusatory, just curious.
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Metropolis is usually seen as the "less weird" Gotham City.

Metropolis is all sunshine and clean urban lifestyle, bustling and somewhat wholesome, whereas Gotham is the twilight and shadows and overall slightly sleazy freakyness. The cities heroes and villains reflect that too of course.

But it's nice to be reminded that even Metropolis has it's... weirder side (Be warned there is one image which appears to be a form of self-harm)

Case in point - The Bizarro Scene )
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So last issue, Stargirl and Animal Man followed Adam Strange to the site of the alien abduction, where they were attacked by aliens and joined by Martian Manhunter and Green Arrow. The aliens unleash... something... and now they have to fight it.

But they have to fight it under cover of this cut. )
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I wonder if Batman ever learned this little tidbit about Gordon during their field trip to the Gods Among Us universe.


Also, look who just made a cameo! Just slap the Gotham title and the FOX logo on that panel, and bam! Series.
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Also, anybody see the Gods Among Us cutscenes? Someone put them together into a movie on YouTube, and it's as close to a Justice League movie as we're probably gonna get.
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Justice League United 0 came out today, reintroducing Adam Strange to the nuDC universe (and also introducing Equinox, but her pages are pretty boring and don't tell us anything about her character yet).

Just one page below )
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Since I was a big fan of the Helena Bertinelli Huntress, I was very dismayed when DC eliminated her with the new-52 reboot.  But I recently learned that she has been a recurring character in the show Arrow on the CW.  So far she's appeared in four episodes: 1x07, 1x08, 1x17, and 2x17, all four of which I've now watched.  I have to say, I was quite pleased with her portrayal.  They actually managed to make her more ruthless than in the comics, which is a big plus in my book.  Sadly, 2x17, entitled "Birds of Prey," ended in a way that will make it difficult for the show to bring her back anytime in the near future, but it didn't preclude an eventual return, so I'm pretty happy.  Anyway, in honor of this, I decided to post a few pages from Birds of Prey: Blood and Circuits.

Behold: Huntress' dark(er) doppelganger.... )

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HeroComplex just featured the covers for the upcoming one-shot, Robin Rises: Omega and the 33rd issue of, get this: Batman and Robin.

Check it:Alfred. Alfred, where is my cow? )
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So DC's next big event is Future's End, a look five years into the future of the DC universe. And Bleeding Cool has gotten some preview scans of what's happened to some of our favorite superheroes in five years time.

In the grim darkness of the near future... )

http://www.bleedingcool.com/2014/04/08/first-look-futures-end-0-big-time-spoilers/
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[personal profile] espanolbot 's post about Martha Wayne's underrepresentation in Batman stories inspired me to post pages from Greg Rucka's and Klaus Jansen's 2003 miniseries Batman: Death and the Maidens.



Rucka's run on the regular Batman titles culminated with Batman realizing that he's still Bruce Wayne at his core, and that he should be nicer to his family for the x time.

When Rucka came back to write "Death and the Maidens" he simultaneously reinforced his previous points while attempting to plug one of Bruce's other persistent wells of angst and drama: the perpetual mourning over his parent's death.

And in doing so, he gave Martha one her most extensive roles in a Batman story that I can think of.

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Hi folks!

It's been a while since we last checked in on our favorite hideously-scarred bounty hunter, so let's do that.



This scene does not appear in this issue. What does is a wedding you were never expecting to see; SPOILERS for All Star Western #26.

Four pages from the latest issue )

Your thoughts and comments?
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Killer Moth Panel

Hey everyone. First post here, so I felt it appropriate to delve into the history of Batman true greatest nemesis - KILLER MOTH!



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