SPOILERS: Batman #39

Hopefully the wrap up to this two-parter justifies Wonder Woman's use here cus right now... at least it looks amazing.

SPOILERS: Nightwing #37

Well, I expected to not like this issue much, and hey! Expectations met!

SPOILERS: Detective Comics #9721

No fun times to be had here. Just bad times. Bad, bad times.

SPOILERS: Batman #38

Let's all agree to just not call anything anyone's equivalent of the Killing Joke, okay?

SPOILERS: Batman: White Knight #4

I've got a theory! Joker is Gothamsexual! No one has used that before! Right? Oh they have... well, shit.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Ra's al Ghul showing up in Batman INC?


As you can see in the two tweets above, Grant Morrison was quite clear on where he stands with Ra's al Ghul's eyebrows with Batman Incorporated artist Chris Burnham. Given the identity of Leviathan (spoilers: Talia) some expected Ra's would make an appearance given that usually where there's smoke Talia, there's fire Ra's.

Honestly though, I wouldn't expect Ra's to have THAT big of a part in the book, maybe it's a flashback. Why? Because Grant Morrison did say: "I don't like Ra's al Ghul much, and I think it was actually a good idea to get rid of him."

(Source: Chris Burnham's Twitter)

3 comments :

  1. He also delivered the red herring that he wouldn't use Magneto in New X-Men, though. And look who rose as the prominent villain in the end of that run.

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  2. After the New 52 Batman Inc. #1, I assume that Leviathan is Ra's. Leviathan definitely doesn't have eyebrows in that book.

    I don't know my Grant Morrison Batman as well as I know my other writers' Batmen, so I could be missing something.

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  3. Oh, it's Talia. That's what I get for commenting before I did my research. First time that's ever happened on the Internet.

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