There's a Swamp Thing #7 CGC NM 9.4 White pages which includes the debut of Batman's now-infamous disappearing act with Commissioner Gordon available in this week's 2021 May 16-17 Sunday & Monday Comics, Animation & Art Weekly Online Auction #122120 from Heritage Auctions. Swamp Thing #7 interior panels featuring Batman, story by Len Wein and Bernie[...]
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The main story here takes place in the clean up after the frankly predictable Joker War as Batgirl struggles to understand her place in the structures and
DC Universe's "Harley Quinn" animated series has cast actress Sanaa Lathan (Fox’s The Cleveland Show) as the voice of the ultimate "cat burglar," Catwoman.
Bruce Wayne challenges the evidence provided by Batman in the case against Mr. Freeze. Why is Bruce fighting himself? Is it a good read?
Detective Comics continues with Batman trying to discern the origins of Karma while Black Lightning looks over the Bat-Family. Is it a good read?
Well, it doesn't get any bigger than this! We are pleased to offer this CGC Comics graded (5.0) example of Detective Comics #27, featuring the very first appearance of Batman (and Commissioner Gordon of course)! This item will be available for bidding when the new auction goes online, February 20th! The auction closes March 13-15[...]
Batman is called to investigate the grizzly murder of a child billionaire's parents. Needless to say, this case connects with Bruce Wayne on a very personal level. Does this make for a good read?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Commissioner Gordon is inspecting a nuclear power plant in Gotham Unfortunately, the assassin known as Hook, who killed Boston Brand, was hired to murder Gordon Deadman is on the trail of the assassin, but can he save the Commissioner? There's more to this plot, but, for the life of me, I had a pretty difficult[...]
Two-Face stars: West (Bruce Wayne / Batman); Ward (Dick Grayson / Robin); William Shatner (Harvey Dent / Two-Face); Julie Newmar (Catwoman); Steven Weber (Alfred Pennyworth); Jim Ward (Commissioner Gordon / Hugo Strange); Thomas Lennon (Chief Miles O'Hara); Lynne Marie Stewart (Aunt Harriet Cooper); Jeff Bergman (Joker / Bookworm / Desmond Dumas); Wally Wingert (Riddler, King[...]
This past week's Superman #28 and Batman #28 both look at war in a way. They approach it in similar fashion, but display it in completely different manners.
In Batman #28, despite the awesome guest stars of Deathstroke and Deadshot, they don't get enough time on the page and the story feels rushed.
Until he is asked, "Are you ready to be Batman…" "…Commissioner Gordon?" The robo-Batman suit The shaved head The shaved moustache And Gordon in this. "I'd like to go on record as saying this is the dumbest idea in the history of Gotham City." Getting the hating in first there Because this is the great idea in the history of Gotham[...]
Batman and Commissioner Gordon have made a few very brief appearances in Teen Titans Go! [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXg1xpM2rrU[/youtube] Laughing outrageously together watching traffic go by, fishing and watching the fireworks together (also laughing outrageously) But yesterday's episode, Slumber Party, may have given a new take on the characters. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BALLr7VnK10[/youtube] At home together that late at night? Gordon in his dressing gown[...]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sv818M8vIvc[/youtube] From Mike Marts in the DC All Access video; Readers should look at Commissioner Gordon, really look at his body language, how his hands and arms are positioned There may be some clue there to something crazy that happens in Batman Eternal. Commissioner Gordon getting arrested then… Also looking at Pyg and Penguin, I wouldn't get on any[...]
On the night that Marvel launched Agents of SHIELD on ABC comes word that Fox has committed to going forward with Gotham.