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Pennyworth Season 3 Premieres on HBO Max in October with New Title
Pennyworth: The Origin of Batman's Butler follows Alfred Pennyworth (Jack Bannon), a former British SAS soldier, who forms a security company in 1960s London and goes to work with young billionaire Thomas Wayne (Ben Aldridge) and his wife Martha (Emma Paetz), before they become Bruce Wayne's parents Season three of the psychological thriller begins after[...]
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A ten-issue series, it is telling untold stories from Bruce Wayne's formative years, travelling the world, training to be the Batman he will one day be It's the kind of story Christopher Nolan wishes Batman Begins could have been In the previous issue, we saw Bruce Wayne training in the high snowy mountains of North[...]
Batman Killing Time Shows Difference Between Bruce Wayne & Jace Fox
Even if it is half the size of a standard Tom King volume. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ And Bruce Wayne, going through his rogues gallery, and a brand new case, as a Batman who is very fastidious regarding what[...]
Batman: The Animated Series Rewind Review: The Cat and The Claw Part 2
 At the same time as Bruce Wayne, he's meeting Selina Kyle for a date  As Bruce drives them to their date, some goons start ramming his car from behind, as they're trying to kill Selina  Bruce is able to outdrive them and force them to crash off of a bridge into the river below[...]
Batman: The Animated Series Rewind Review: S01E07 Joker's Favor
 He lays out his plan, which involves Charlie simply opening a door for Harley and a giant cake at Gordon's event. We head to the event honoring Gordon at a museum that night, where Bruce Wayne chats with Gordon and apologizes for having to leave early  Charlie enters the museum and thinks about a way to[...]
Batman: The Animated Series Rewind Review: S01E06 It's Never Too Late
 We see the listening device on the table transmit to the nearby Batmobile, where the drunk from before removes his disguise to reveal he's Bruce Wayne, listening in on Thorne's plan. As Stromwell and his men drive to the meeting that night, they stop at a railroad crossing for a passing train  The signal triggers a[...]
Batman: The Animated Series Rewind Review: S01E04 Feat of Clay Part 2
 The story credit for both parts is shared by Marv Wolfman and Michael Reaves, but while Wolfman handled the script on the first part solo, Reaves does the same here with Part 2. We open with the startling images of Bruce Wayne getting his mugshots taken and being locked up  Like any super-rich and powerful man though, he's[...]
Batman: The Animated Series Rewind Review Looks At S01E04 Feat of Clay
 And the real name of False Face?  Why that would be Basil Karlo, the original comic book Clayface. In 1992 when Batman: The Animated Series was set to use Clayface, they decided to combine the original two comic book versions (there have been eight different Clayfaces overall) to create Matt Hagen, a former handsome movie star who[...]
Batman: The Animated Series Rewind Review: S01E03 "Heart of Ice"
 After dropping the criminal off with the police, he heads to a meeting with Ferris Boyle as Bruce Wayne, where we see that Boyle's public persona as a caring head of industry is all an act and he's actually an arrogant heartless scumbag that Wayne detests  "Look, Bruce That 'People Company' line is great PR, but[...]
The Police ( The next day, Bruce Wayne heads to the Gotham Zoo where he meets some bat experts, a family of scientists who specialize in bat research, led by Dr Kirk Langstrom (Marc Singer), who works with his wife and her ill-tempered and defensive father, Dr[...]
Directed by Ismahawk's Danny Shepherd, the live-action series is inspired by the comics series that follows Bruce Wayne and the challenges he faces as a father figure to "an endless supply of adopted, fostered and biological superhero children." Ismahawk's Jeremy Le will be serving as director of photography, with the fine folks over at Ismahawk[...]
Batman 89 #1 Review: Pitch Perfect
Harvey Dent tries to keep the city together, he targets the one problem tearing it apart: BATMAN! And he'll get Bruce Wayne's help in taking down the Dark Knight! Almost like stepping into the maskless multiplexes of the late eighties and early nineties, Batman '89 #1 seamlessly takes you back into the cinematic universe that[...]
Real Life Comics #29 (Nedor Publications, 1946)
The inside front cover of Real Life Comics #29 contains a blurb that helps explain why I like this issue of the biographical Real Life Comics series: "Mad Anthony Wayne is remembered for his capture of the important British redoubt on the Hudson River, but his was a dramatic career of sacrifice and service for[...]