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The Comic Book Club: Night Animals and Batman Inc.

This is what happens when Techland goes to the comic book store: we end up discussing what we picked up. This week, Evan Narcisse, Graeme McMillan and Douglas Wolk talk about Brecht Evens’ Night Animals and the third issue of Batman Inc.

EVAN: I didn’t know anything about Night Animals when Douglas suggested it, except that he …

“Batman: Arkham City” Getting Tie-In Comics This May

2009′s acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum game won awards and generally gets regarded as on the best superhero video games ever made. But it was curiously missing a link back to the medium that spawned it. There was an Arkham-centric miniseries that came out during the same year as Rocksteady’s hit game, but it had nothing to do with …

The Comic Book Club: Batman: The Dark Knight and Hellboy

This is what happens when Techland goes to the comic book store: we end up discussing what we picked up. This week, Graeme McMillan and Douglas Wolk talk about the first issues of Batman: The Dark Knight and Hellboy: The Sleeping and the Dead.

DOUGLAS: I suspect Batman: The Dark Knight #1 may be the first comic of its kind in a long …

A Brief History of Batman’s Commissioner Gordon

This week’s issue of Detective Comics introduces a “Commissioner Gordon” feature by Scott Snyder and Francesco Francavilla, which will appear in two issues as a backup story, and then start alternating with Snyder and Jock’s Batman stories in Detective‘s. It’s about time: for all his prominence in the 71-year history of Batman, Gordon’s …

54 Years of Batgirls and Batwomen

This Wednesday sees the release of Batwoman #0, by J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and Amy Reeder–a prologue to an ongoing series due to launch early next year. There have been upwards of half a dozen Batgirls and Batwomen over the years, some more durable than others; here’s a brief history of some of the more prominent …

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