When Bane was first introduced, he was one of Batman’s most notorious villains. Remember that whole broken back thing? Exactly. Since becoming a member of the Secret Six team, however, Bane has been a man of honor seeking his righteous path. But recent events have forced him to see the ineffectuality of his journey.
At C2E2 this past weekend, DC shared a lot of exciting news, including the announcement of JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA’s landmark fiftieth issue! JSA #50 will be extra-sized with a roster full of mega-talent contributors such as George Perez, Freddie Williams, Howard Chaykin, and Tom Derenick.
A four-foot spy holding a bomb confronts me when the elevator doors slide open. He's one half of the Spy vs. Spy duo and they each bookend a wall's worth of Mad magazine covers-a half dozen in total, each blown up ten times their original size. It's the Mad magazine lobby, and while this floor has the best vending machines, it's not my stop.
I'm so excited to have artist Chris Burnham become a permanent part of the Batman group. As soon as Chris helped out on a few pages in BATMAN & ROBIN #16, we knew we had someone special in our hands. Chris brings a unique look to Batman-it's difficult to define his style or compare him to others-he's truly an artist in an area all of his own.
First image of Adrianne Palicki starring as the title character in the new NBC pilot “Wonder Woman,” from executive producer David E. Kelley (“Boston Legal,” “Ally McBeal,” NBC’s “Harry’s Law”). The pilot was written by Kelley, who also serves as executive producer with Bill D’Elia (“Boston Legal,” “The Practice,” NBC’s “Harry’s Law”).