First off – have you read BATMAN AND ROBIN #16? If not, take a moment, step away from your computer (how often will I tell you to do that, huh?) and head to your local shop. Pick up the issue, read it and come back. All done? How about that last scene? Brings new meaning to the term “This Just Happened.”
The conclusion to "Batgirl Rising" begins here with part one of the four-part "Flood" storyline, from writer Bryan Q. Miller and artist Lee Garbett. A string of bizarre, technology-based "suicides" gets the attention of both Batgirl and Oracle, but for very different reasons. And the two heroes will soon realize that they're the real targets of a nefarious madman hellbent on revenge. Just another day for Batgirl? Not quite. BATGIRL #9 hits 4/14. [gallery link="file"]
Today, the first collected volume of Grant Morrison's epic BATMAN AND ROBIN series hits comic shops in the form of BATMAN AND ROBIN: BATMAN REBORN, the Deluxe Edition. To commemorate the event, we're spotlighting the series this week with comments and artwork from the creators that made the collection possible -- Morrison and artist Frank Quitely and Philip Tan.
It's Batman, Robin and Abuse struggling against the deadly clutches of Mr. Zsasz. With the lives of kidnapped children at stake, it's up to Gotham City's finest heroes to save the day, with a little help from writer Paul Dini and artist Dustin Nguyen. BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #10 hits today. [gallery link="file"]
With BATMAN writer/artist Tony Daniel taking a brief break to gear up for the major fireworks hitting the Dark Knight in the pages of BATMAN #700, it was a no-brainer to call up GOTHAM CITY SIRENS artist Guillem March for a two-issue Gotham romp, focusing on the fallout of the big Black Mask reveal. Batman Group Editor Mike Marts was kind enough to email me a few pages of Guillem’s lovely work after I whined a bit, and it was well worth it. Check ‘em out below. [gallery link="file"]