The Ninja Turtles Come to Gotham City

The Ninja Turtles Come to Gotham City by Jerry Whitworth   This November, DC Comics and IDW Publishing are teaming up for a crossover comic book mini-series seeing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles come to Gotham City and join alongside the Dark Knight in Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The premise follows that a frayed relationship between General Krang and the Foot Clan leads to the former transporting the Ninja Turtles and...

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Comic Art Commissions Holiday Art 2014

Comic Art Commissions Holiday Art 2014 The artists at Comic Art Commissions were asked to share their Holiday art and here are the ones I received from all kinds of artists – both traditional and digital. If you like the art you see – go to their Comic Art Commissions page and “Send Message” to them asking about commissions! Merry Christmas from Nate Lovett   Batman Christmas by Brendon and Brian Fraim The Krampus Mystery by Dave...

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Wonder Woman ’77: From Screen to Page

Wonder Woman ’77: From Screen to Page by Jerry Whitworth   At the New York Comic Con, it was revealed a series was being developed by DC Comics based on the Wonder Woman television series that aired from 1975 to 1979 called Wonder Woman ’77. Undoubtedly in the same vein as Batman ’66 (based on the Batman television series that aired from 1966 to 1968), the series will be written by Marc Andreyko (Manhunter,...

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Review: Gotham TV Series “Pilot”

Review: Gotham – “Pilot” by Jerry Whitworth   In the new series Gotham, Detective James Gordon (Ben McKenzie) is tasked with solving the murder of wealthy socialites Thomas and Martha Wayne against the backdrop of perhaps the most corrupt city in modern history. Of course, the series also provides a new version of the backstory of Batman (young Bruce Wayne portrayed by David Mazouz) introducing the evolution of...

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Top 10 Justice League Members

Top 10: Justice League Members by Jerry Whitworth   With filming beginning already on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the announcement of a Justice League film being produced directly afterward, a lot of focus has been placed on the super group in recent memory. The premier superhero team for DC Comics, the Justice League of America was a 1960s update of the 1940s Justice Society of America. Traditionally, the group is...

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