Frank Miller produced two of the most influential Batman books ever, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Year One, within a short period in the mid-’80s. The stories present the end and beginning of Batman’s career, respectively. Tim and Kumar talk about what’s good, and in some cases maybe a bit annoying, about both books.
Tim and Brandon give their thoughts on Guy Delisle’s Pyongyang, DVD movie Justice League: The New Frontier, Spider-Man One More Day, and Writing for Comics with Peter David!
Publishing online opens your comic up to a worldwide audience. But if the major players in print comics start publishing online, will they stamp out all the one-horse comics out there? Is there room on the Web for all of us?
We discuss Fables: Legends in Exile and Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall, by Bill Willingham and various artists.
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We begin an occasional feature discussing interviews contained in Will Eisner’s Shop Talk. For this first installment, we’ve both read the interview with Neal Adams.
We also discuss Harley Quinn #35, and get the latest news about Mulele!
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Ghost/Batgirl: The Resurrection Engine
Dennis Bremler, meet Leo Merino. Like looking in a mirror, isn’t it?
Daughters of the Dragon: Samurai Bullets
|Ricadonna’s evening wear:
nothing but “fan service”
|OK, we get that he’s whispering. But it’d be nice to able to actually READ what he’s whispering!|
Misty Knight: Contortionist
|Silver Samurai: Italian guy with medival European samurai armor.|