Posts Tagged ‘batman’

Big Barda, where art thou?

Now that I have no more episodes of the Flash to watch, I’ve tried to fill that void with the Birds of Prey live action series. I’ve only watched the pilot so far, but it’s probably safe to say that this is the worst thing to come out of DC Comics. Worse than the Catwoman movie. Witness the show’s intro, embedded above.

Maybe I’ll formulate a more cohesive critique when I’m less angry about the whole thing.


Have some tact, his dad just died


DC Comics has decided to pull the plug on three long running monthlies: Robin, Nightwing and Birds of Prey. I’m sure this is a business decision, which makes it suck pretty hard. Now that Batman is, uh, “inactive” I was planning on reading Robin to get my Gotham City fix. No dice. This is probably my own fault for not being able to fix the economy.


I can’t belive he married Lois


The cover of the Batman/Superman annual number three. I just really like the idea of a Batman/Superman composite hero. So goth it hurts.


FLESHKILLER would be a fabulous band name


Batman: Year 100, written and illustrated by Paul Pope. It’s about a dystopian police state version of Gotham City in the year 2039. The story itself is quite weak compared to offerings with similar narratives, but I love the ambiguity of the actual Batman character. It’s very much along the lines of “This is a comic book, and there are things that happen in comic books that don’t need to make sense.” There’s a term for that, I think… epistemological internalism? Or maybe I just made that up. I’m running with it.

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