In today's Batman/Catwoman #5 by Tom King, Clay Mann, and Tomeu Morey, Selina Kule rewrites a famous kids Batman song, for her own, more adult-appropriate needs, that of getting rather drunk. Selina Kyle Gets Plastered In Batman/Catwoman #5 But how accurate is this choice of language? For some reason I thought "plastered" was colloquial to Brits and[...]
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Okay, so that wasn't The Sewer King being Jokerised at the end of Batman/Catwoman #1 by Tom King and Clay Mann Trying to read too many possibilities It was the Joker disguising himself as such, ahead of Catwoman's visit Makes more sense of the colour scheme I guess And six weeks later we get a[...]
Last week saw the publication of Batman/Catwoman #1 by Tom King, Clay Mann and Tomeu Morey from DC Comics Set in three distinct timelines, the early days before Batman and Catwoman were a thing, the current days and the future after Batman's death with Catwoman continuing their legacy, the events of each clearly affect the[...]
Rich Johnston reviews Batman/Catwoman #1 by Tom King, Clay Mann and Tomeu Morey, published this Tuesday by DC Comics. Once upon a time, Tom King wrote the comic book series Vision for Marvel Comics Winning all the awards going, and fast tracked to be adapted into the TV series WandaVision This kind of response saw DC[...]
As a kind of sop, Tom King was given a twelve-issue spinoff to finish his storyline in a non-continuity fashion with his Heroes In Crisis artist Clay Mann And so we got Batman/Catwoman, scheduled for January at the beginning of the year That slipped and slipped further but now, ahead of DC Fandome this weekend,[...]
Then that he would continue what would have been his run until around Batman #105 with a 12 issue series, Batman/Catwoman, drawn by Clay Mann This was later all confirmed and scheduled for the beginning of this year Well, that didn't happen, and people have been wondering about its continued absence in DC Comics solicitations[...]
Today, in the utterly gorgeous Batman #79 by Tom King, Clay Mann, Seth Mann, Tomeu Morey and Clayton Cowles, we get a resolution on whether Batman or Catwoman met on the street or the boat It's been quite a matter of contention in the series, reflecting both origins of Catwoman, from the forties and from[...]
At the Tom King panel at San Diego Comic-Con, DC Comics revealed the cover and release date for Heroes in Crisis #2 by Tom King and Clay Mann The cover shows Harley Quinn with Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth wrapped around Batman's neck Bleeding Cool Ace Reporter Aaron Haaland was on the scene to take[...]
The wedding day of Batman and Catwoman has arrived at last. All that remains to be done is to find a judge, two witnesses, and to walk down the aisle.
On Wednesday, we learned the name of DC's next big super-mega-crossover event: Heroes in Crisis, a story by Tom King and Clay Mann about the superheroes of the DC Universe dealing with the trauma of all the violence (often inflicted by the superheroes of the DC Universe) at a mental health center called Sanctuary The[...]
This September, the heroes of the DC Universe will go where they've never gone before… to counseling? Heroes in Crisis, a seven-issue super-mega-crossover event comic by Tom King and Clay Mann tells the story of Sanctuary, a mental health center established by Superman, Wonder Woman, and a man who beats up mentally ill people at[...]
More details have surfaced about Identity Crisis 2 Heroes in Crisis, the upcoming super-mega-crossover event from DC Comics by Tom King and Clay Mann A solicit for the event has been posted on Twitter by Big Bang Comics, including a Sanctuary Fact Sheet, explaining the concept of the mental health facility set up by Superman, Batman,[...]
DC Comics announced via press release that Tom King, Clay Mann, Tomeu Morey, and Clayton Cowles will team up to produce Heroes in Crisis, a comic about DC Superheroes dealing with the trauma of violence at a crisis center called Sanctuary, which is founded by Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman So where's the "crisis" part?[...]
Clay Mann and Jordie Bellaire make it visually unnerving as well, with Mr J granted some truly frightening faces. The No Justice prelude is flawed, but it rides off its bizarre setup of four Justice League teams based around "universal concepts" such as mystery, entropy, and wonder The visuals are a cluttered mess, but they at[...]
Bleeding Cool did a podcast about Action Comics #1000 last week with myself, Jeremy, and Bill discussing Superman's big anniversary. Give it a listen here!