This weekend, while many of us were walking the WonderCon walk (hopefully in our most comfortable shoes), plenty of writers and journalists were hopping on news sites like IGN and Comic Book Resources to talk the WonderCon talk. With the world premiere of DC Entertainment’s new animated movie Son of Batman, an all-star Batman 75th Anniversary panel, a bevy of talented writers and artists in attendance, as well as tons of exciting news and announcements, there was certainly no shortage of topics to discuss. Here’s what they had to say…
We’re now in the third week of Batman Eternal, and DC’s new weekly Batman comic shows no sign of slowing down (as indicated by issue #3’s Batmobile meets bombs cover). A dangerously familiar villain is back in town and he’s wasting no time buying friends and high places, while poor Commissioner Gordon is stuck behind bars. But we suspect the big news among fans is that BATMAN ETERNAL #3 is the issue that introduces Stephanie Brown to the storyline as well as The New 52.
Put your detective skills to the test!
The Dark Knight took WonderCon by storm in a big way during today’s superstar Batman 75th Anniversary panel! Including DC Entertainment co-publisher Jim Lee, animator Bruce Timm, actor Kevin Conroy, director Kevin Smith and radio personality Ralph Garman, the panel dove into rich history of the iconic Super Hero, and touched on exciting new events and releases set to arrive throughout this anniversary year.
Jim Lee shared what’s in store for Batman on the pages of DC Comics’ best-selling releases, including the brand-new weekly BATMAN ETERNAL.
So, we have this hero that wears a lot of black and he’s celebrating a little anniversary this year. Seventy-five years… Ring any bells?
Yes, of course we’re talking about Batman. We’ve been talking about Batman all month long here on DCComics.com, and for good reason. He’s one of the most popular characters in fiction. Not just in comic fiction—fiction period. Batman’s been around longer than most of us, and yet he’s more popular than ever. That’s why we’re having this 75th anniversary celebration.