Cassie Sandsmark has mother issues. Her relationship with her father isn't on much better terms - she's the daughter of Zeus, yet she's done her best to steer clear of his influences. Even on a weekend getaway from the Titans Tower to visit her mother at an archeological conference, Wonder Girl can't seem to avoid a conflict - whether it's with her parents, or a supervillain.
Emmy award winning writer Paul Dini has penned an episode of BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD that should certainly appeal to SOURCE readers when the show returns with new episodes in a few weeks. It's called "Bat-Mite Presents: Batman's Strangest Cases!" and fans of the series have been salivating for it since details first emerged.
Stephanie Brown's taken on her first official Batman Incorporated assignment, and it's a doozy. Making matters worse, the, er - less than cooperative - Damian Wayne has decided that the case is his jurisdiction. Can they manage to stop fighting long enough to crack a kidnapping case?
It's rare enough that a creator comes along who can both write and draw, but it's even more impressive when one is able to deliver an outstanding product month after month on an ongoing title.
If we've learned anything from Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel's Batman and Robin issues, it's that The Absence isn't quite all there up in her noggin, and I'm not just talking about the giant hole in her head. The lady's scary-crazy.
Bruce Wayne's been building his global empire of Batman, Incorporated. But now and again, he still needs to reach out to an old friend for a helping hand.
Legacy is a big part of the DC Universe. Through the years, Batman has mentored many Robins: Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, Tim Drake, Stephanie Brown, Damian Wayne. Each hero, in their own way, reflects their times.
So, there's a special cameo at the end of BATMAN BEYOND #1 (now on sale) and it's pretty sweet.
To check out what I'm talking about, click the link to read this full post below. If you haven't yet checked out the issue at your local comic shop (or the DC Digital online store), then consider yourself warned: spoilers are after the jump...
2010 was a big year for Batwoman, with the publication of the beautiful hardcover of BATWOMAN: ELEGY and issue #0 of generating flat out rave reviews in the press. 2011 promises even bigger and better things with the launch of the eagerly anticipated BATWOMAN ongoing series.
For insight into what’s in store for Kate Kane, we reached out to J.H. Williams: