After last month’s future-set spoiler issue, this week’s BATMAN #29 marks the return of “Zero Year” and the conclusion of the storyline’s second chapter, “Dark City.” If you’ve been reading, you know that the still pretty untested Dark Knight has been dealing with no shortage of problems, including a city-wide blackout, a major storm and plenty of trouble from the Gotham City Police Department. However, most disturbing of all may be the grotesquely malformed corpses that have been popping up around the city—the gruesome calling card of a previously unheard of villain known as Doctor Death.
Two weeks ago, Flash fans worldwide got an early peek at the Scarlet Speedster as embodied by Grant Gustin. However, today we’re treated to our first complete look of Grant Gustin as The Flash!
Don’t know about you, but we anticipate spending quite a bit of time in Gotham in the future, for what is shaping up to be one heck of an awesome television series.
You guys ask some good questions. You know that, right? Whether it’s in person at conventions, on the DC Collectibles Facebook page, or even right here on DCComics.com, you’re never afraid to speak up.
People say that it’s not good to live in the past, but we respectfully disagree. At least when it comes to Batman. After last week’s spoilerrific flash-forward issue, this week marks the return of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s “Zero Year” in BATMAN #29. When last we left our young hero, he was literally drowning in trouble, and this week’s cover should make it pretty clear which of his adversaries is behind it. But how will he escape? For the answer to that riddle, you’ll need to pick up the issue, which serves as the conclusion to the second chapter of “Zero Year,” which we’ve been calling “Dark City.”
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read GREEN ARROW #29 and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
Wednesday nights mean one thing for Oliver Queen fans… an all new episode of The CW’s Arrow. The show’s amazing second season has already brought us a number of unforgettable episodes, including the revelatory “Crucible,” the Barry Allen two-parter “The Scientist” and “Three Ghosts,” and last month’s “Heir to the Demon,” which featured Nyssa al Ghul.
It’s a huge day for Batman fans. First, we’re treated to a phenomenal new trailer for the next Arkham game, Batman: Arkham Knight, and now we’ve just learned who will be playing the man destined to become Batman on Fox’s Gotham.