I suppose I should hold this in reserve until the Saturday that Ben Affleck’s directorial effort with the character arrives, but we’ll use this to draw a contrast between a time that I was actively excited at the prospect of a Tim Burton film rather than the current sad state that finds my preemptive exhausted at the thought of sitting through his latest exercise in whimsical gloom. And, hey, there’s a Donald Trump reference in here, too. So, you know, timely. This was written during the summer that my on-air colleague and I decided we would take a break from the weekly … Continue reading From the Archive: Batman Returns
I read a lot of comic books as a kid. This series of posts is about the comics I read, and, occasionally, the comics that I should have read. There are a few titles that are routinely cited as instrumental … Continue reading My Misspent Youth: Batman by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli
This seems an adequate stand-in for words today. Continue reading And rainbows have nothing to hide
It’s been quite some time since I’ve used one of these posts as a space-filler, but I think tonight is the night to briefly bring back the tactic. (Via) Actual words tomorrow. Theoretically. Continue reading And Circus Boy dances like a monkey on a barbed wire
I read a lot of comic books as a kid. This series of posts is about the comics I read, and, occasionally, the comics that I should have read. When I was teenager, I tiresomely informed others about the validity … Continue reading My Misspent Youth: Batman: The Killing Joke by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland
Happy Independence Day! (Due credit: I found this elsewhere) Continue reading You sure know how to control me, you’re as cool as ice cream
There’s nothing quite like a unique interpretation of Batman to cap off a day. There’s more where that came from. Continue reading Man. Bat. ….
I am so glad the Interweb was invented. There’s more where that came from. (Due credit: I found out about this elsewhere.) Continue reading Rock of ages carry the news to the heart of a brave new world
My day at work involved a scene that looked a little like this. So I’m tired. Too tired to post much more than that. As with most comic book covers that grace this site, the image comes courtesy of one of the greatest Websites ever. (Posted simultaneously “Jelly-Town!”) Continue reading Anybody hear the forest fall?
There’s more where that came from. (Posted simultaneously to “Jelly-Town!”) Continue reading Just before the curtains part for dawn and everything’s gone