Despite being a Barbara fan, I honestly couldn't care less since it's Titans, but it's cool she's getting mainstream representation. We still need that Batgirl movie
What's on your mind?
I had no idea this was even happening, but I guess it's cool. Does anyone know if they've released any details about the plot?
Interesting. News has been sprinkling in and I'm rather excited for the Superman titles. I wonder if a new creative team has been announced for Detective Comics?
Here are the full results from my tournament. I planned on releasing them sooner so this is a bit late. Thanks to everyone who participated and voted!
Round 01: Winner - Scott Snyder's Court Of Owls (57v-23v)
Round 02: Winner - Scott Snyder's City Of Owls (68v-24v)
Round 03: Winner - Scott Snyder's Death Of The Family (62v-26v)
Round 04: Winner - Scott Snyder's Zero Year: Secret City (39v-21v)
Round 05: Winner - Scott Snyder's Zero Year: Dark City (39v-16v)
Round 06: Winner - Scott Snyder's Graveyard Shift (34v-19v)
Round 07: Winner - Scott Snyder's Endgame (37v-19v)
Round 08: Winner - Tom King's Cold Days (18v-22v)
Round 09: Winner - Scott Snyder's Bloom (37v-9v)
Round 10: Winner - Scott Snyder's Epilogue (30v-14v)
Round 11: Winner - Scott Snyder's All-Star Batman: My Own Worst Enemy (31v-13v)
Round 12: Winner - Tom King's City Of Bane: Part One (11v-29v)
Round 13: Winner - Tom King's City Of Bane: Part Two (14v-18v)
Bonus RD: Winner - Scott Snyder's Batman Eternal Trilogy (34v-5v)
GRAND WINNER: Scott Snyder's Batman Run (12p-3p)
I can now say professionally, thanks to the opinions of the users, that it is apparent popular vote judges Scott Snyder's Batman books better than Tom King's.
Again, big thanks to everyone who voted, and comment if you voted on all the rounds. If you did, the Grand Prize to everyone who voted can be found HERE
*Batman: Bloom had the biggest sweep out of any of the rounds, winning over The Tyrant Wing in a landslide
With the return of the Milestone imprint, the announcement of a movie, and hints at a renewal of the animated series, Virgil fans are lucky to have cause to celebrate amidst the pandemonium of 2020
What are your thoughts and opinions about the books to be released in Future State?
Oh wow, that was a very interesting read. This brings up memories of Convergence and Futuresend and I'm very excited for Future State
I'm really excited for some of the creative teams and interested in the legacy characters themselves. Though my question ponders why Damian Wayne doesn't become Batman in-story
Anyways, Superman will have a big part in this and I'm curious to see the aftermath of Bendis' run on Superman stories
And the new Wonder Woman is pretty 😅
September 23 2020 We Are Celebrating
The 20th Anniversary Of Static Shock
Is Been 20th Long Year Since It Come On
Kids WB Cartoon Network Disney XD
Next Year In 2021 The Static Shock
Live Action Movie Is Coming Out
In The DC Comics Fandome
I really want a season and maybe even a seasoon 5,6,7 because i really like karamel(kara zor el and mon el) please bring it on netflix
Since I have not seen anyone else on the board mention it yet, I figured I would share the news in case it excites anyone here. The beloved Batman animated film, Mask of the Phantasm, introduced an animation-original character named the Phantasm, revealed to be a former flame of Bruce’s. The movie has been a hit among comic fans for nearly three decades now, and I have heard many people on this board (largely, many who are inactive now, but still) who have pined for this version of Phantasm to appear in the mainstream comics.
This December, Phantasm will indeed appear in the comics, in the 12-issue Batman/Catwoman maxiseries. The series itself is written by Tom King (of course, the herald of the Bat-Cat relationship himself), and the art is by Clay Mann. The story takes place in three points in time: the past when Batman and Catwoman first began their romance, the present-day where the duo comes face-to-face with Phantasm, and the future, which stars the two’s daughter Helena, the new Batwoman.
I think a story that continually travels between points in time is ambitious. It could pay off; it could not. Either way, I’m sure many people are happy to know that Phantasm/Andrea is confirmed to exist in the present-day mainstream universe.
That’s all, gang. Have a good one.
I know "evil" Superman is a bit overdone by now but it looks pretty good, What do you all think about this? I'm not that much into videogames (I guess I'm too old) but if the story and gameplay is pretty good, I may buy it.
Edit: yes, I know he's being controlled (probably)
Confirmed by the director of the film himself. The director also gives official confirmation that Micheal Keaton will be playing Batman in the movie.
Apparently DC announced that this Alan Moore proposal will be published in an 80’s compilation book.
I heard that it inspired Kingdom Come (although very different approaches for the theme)
Notable guests include Matt Reeves, Robert Pattinson, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, James Gunn, Viola Davis, Margot Robbie, Jim Lee, and G. Willow Wilson
More guests will be announced at a later time. What are your thoughts and hopes for DC's FanDome?
Story below from IGN:
The War of Realms has finally reached the DC Universe! would have been an excellent tagline to use, with imagery of Batman fighting frost giants in the streets of Gotham
But there is no information regarding if Endless Winter is an event or has a direct link to Dark Nights: Death Metal as post-story
What are your thoughts to the Endless Winter teaser?
Original story below: