Ra’s al Ghul Returns in Six-Issue DC Miniseries

Neal Adams to Write & Draw Batman’s Arch-Nemesis During DC’s Year of the Villain Ra’s al Ghul, leader of the League of Assassins, grandfather of Bruce Wayne’s son and the only person in the world capable of going sword-to-sword with Batman, returns this August during DC’s Year of the Villain in a new six-issue mini-series, […]

Review: Batman Who Laughs #1

I may not have been deeply invested into the DARK NIGHTS: METAL story, but one thing stuck out to me that was hard to ignore. The love for the nightmare of the Dark Multiverse, the Batman Who Laughs. Who doesn’t love a villain who is all the best parts of Batman AND The Joker? This […]

Pushing For More Legacy Heroes

We’re now at that point where legacy heroes can be a target of creation when the iconic heroes start nearing the end of their journey. A legacy hero is a type of character that has some connection to the previously existing hero who either inherits or adopts the name and attributes of the original. Batman, […]

One Shot: Why Do Mainstream Heroes Overshadow Pulp Heroes?

Considering the inspiration that pulp heroes created for the mainstream comic book characters we have now, you’d think comics featuring pulp heroes would perform better and win over more fans. Before Batman became a full-fledged superhero, he was really nothing more than a pulp hero himself, even carries the same traits that they have, and […]