Batman '66: The Lost the Numbers

This week DC Comics released BATMAN ’66: THE LOST EPISODE #1, a special one-shot that’s based on an unused outline by acclaimed science fiction writer Harlan Ellison, adapted by writer Len Wein and pencilled by artist Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. We hope you check it out, but before you do, let's break it the numbers!

Pardon me while I gush over The Spirit for a moment

spv2_9_dylux-2-copy I eagerly anticipate the next issues of Green Lantern, Action, Detective and Brightest Day each month as much as the next guy, but I'll take a few paragraphs here to talk about a book that's quietly snuck its way to the top of my read pile each week it's been released.

FIRST WAVE editor Joey Cavalieri's ever-growing To-Do list...

Just got off the phone with Brian. He’s gotta make a few simple adjustments on the next FIRST WAVE script. • Gotta call Rags Morales. Let him know everybody in the office is slapping me on the back for the looks of the first issue, as if I drew it. Might as well ring him up and share the, er, credit. • Gotta call Nei Ruffino, same reason. • Pardon my sharing my “to-do” list like this, but it’s the only way I can remember it all. • Gotta call Howard Porter, make sure we’re getting more DOC SAVAGE pages like the one here.
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