I'm not sure exactly why most of this issue happens, but it sure is cool.
In the wake of Grayson, Batwoman is the new Bat-related international adventures book.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Panels of the Week, 03/06/2014
Didn't post anything last week, so that means double Jae Lee this week!
Batman/Superman #8: Jae Lee's art was the highlight of what I found a pretty mundane issue (no surprise, because it was Worlds' Finest's story) and this Earth 2 flashback was a highlight.
Talon #16: Tim Seeley's rendition of Lord Death Man is suitably fucking insane, and I'm very pleased about that.
Batman/Superman Annual #1: Jae Lee is pretty good, right?
Batman/Superman Annual #1: My dream is that now that Scott Lobdell isn't really doing anything regularly, Kenneth Rocafort will work with another writer... on something that I want to read.
Detective Comics #29: And that's what criminals that Batman couldn't put away will see for the rest of their life... what a dick. (But that's great!)
Batwing #29: Like I mentioned in the review, Panisca's work is really great, very underrated.