SPOILERS: Dark Nights: Metal #3

SPOILERS: It goes bad for all involved, again.

SPOILERS: Detective Comics #966

Tim is back, also, Tim is back too!

SPOILERS: Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #15

This book always seems to do things that I liked but is weighed down by a bunch of little dumb things.

SPOILERS: Red Hood and the Outlaws #15

Heroes fighting heroes for no reason... everyone's favorite!

SPOILERS: Batman #32

God, I really want to see what the Batman Wedding Special #1 would be like.

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Batman and Robin Eternal #15's Cover Taunts Me


So hey look, it's a new cover for Batman and Robin Eternal #15 illustrated by Guillem March, cool right? If you follow me on twitter, you might know of my love for Guillem March's work. He's one of my hands down favorites, no question. I loved the short-lived Azrael book he illustrated, starring Michael Lane, written by David Hine. That book fucking ruled. Every now and then I lament how DC never collected it and I can't even buy it in the digital format.

SO HERE COMES DC WITH THIS BULLSHIT. They know! They know exactly what they're doing! "Hey, that asshole who leaked our WTF certified covers really likes that Azrael book we don't give a shit about, wanna fuck with him? Let's make a cover that's sort of like that thing he likes but totally isn't!"


Very funny, Dan.

Now that Stephanie Brown and Cassandra Cain are out of the way, you will have to feel the wrath of Michael Lane Azrael fans! There are dozens of us! DOZENS!

3 comments :

  1. I'd love to have Michael Lane Azrael complete collection and a JPV Azrael Omni, I really dig playing as Azrael in Arkham Knight too. I share your pain!

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  2. Maybe that flaming sword can burn off Tim's lame wings (that they make fun of constantly in every book) and he can get a proper cape.

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  3. Another reason to hate the wings on Red Robin; cover artists seem infatuated with the idea that Tim prefers to fight his enemies either awkwardly flapping at them or by diving crotch first at the enemy! I'm sure it's a bold strategy, but I doubt its effectiveness.

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