Discussion in 'Comic Books and Graphic Novels' started by Primal, Feb 24, 2006.
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6 pages, huh? Guess I got to check this out. I'm not exactly a fan of Jim Lee but I got to admit his drawings of the Batman has been impressive.
Neat. I'll be sure to take a look at it in person when it comes out (like when my roommate buys it).
Now for the obligatory joke...
Robin: "Where are we?"
Batman: "What, are you dense? Are you ******ed or something? Where the hell do you think we are? In the goddamn Batcave!"
I love the collection of Batmobiles and other vehicles from various points in Batman's career, including the tank from Dark Knight Returns.
I don't care if it's a hundred page foldout. After the past 3 issues, it's going to take a lot more than pretty art to convince me that I'm not wasting my money on this series.
(It WILL take Frank Miller getting smacked in the back of the head and ordered to stop writing Batman in Sin City. That'll get me interested again. Too bad I highly doubt that'll happen.)
How long is Millers run going to be? 12 issues?
Where's the giant Penny??? And can someone explain the T-Rex???
Yeah, first thing I noticed was the lack of penny. Then the armors in the tubes. Then I though "Why the hell is he building a t rex?"
Did a little research on the T-Rex thing and found this by some poster on a Batman board...
And from Wikipedia:
That's a nice piece of art.
Thats awesome. I cant wait for the trade of this book.
JIME LEE is the man...
He's said that he'll be on this book for as long as he can be. So at this point it's pretty much a regular, bi-monthly ongoing title.
And if this is in the same continuity as All-Star Superman (which it probably isn't), then the giant penny is in the Fortress of Solitude, not the Batcave (see ASS - wow that is an unfortunate acronym - #2).
No idea who Jime Lee is, but I would imagine that his art is probably allot more original then Jim Lee's is thesedays.
JIME LEE is the brother or BILLE LEE from DOUBLE DRAGONE.
The penny IS in the scene--it's all the way on the right, hidden in the background (behind the beam).
Also, the penny in All-Star Superman was a Joker version. Batman usually had just an enlarged version of the Lincoln penny.
ive been reading this book lately I loved it when he slaps the bejezus out of Robin to shut him up
I can see that the story of ASB is really picking up the pace...
Hey look at that. They actually get out of the Batmobile!
people are still reading, much less buying this book? wow. just wow.
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