Bats and the al Ghul family by Dan Christensen
What was the last thing V. was expecting in the blood-soaked first issue of Batman Incorporated? A cuteness bomb.
Thoroughly impressed I was with Morrison's latest issue of Batman Incorporated. You can read my review at here.
It’s easy to dismiss Bruce Wayne’s son as an annoying brat, but I think that’s a shallow criticism. There’s a struggle within Damian that is fascinating, and his killer instinct has always been dangerously close to the surface. (Remember last year’s memorable moment, when he bashed the Joker’s head in with a crowbar?) Illustrator Patrick... Continue Reading →
No, I'm not kidding. It's no secret that I'm a Robin(s) fan, but perhaps even more than Jason Todd, Damian Wayne is controversial among the Bat-faithful. There's no middle ground with him, and the readers who loathe him really loathe him. I understand that because, let's be honest; Damian is — to borrow a word... Continue Reading →
The offerings on Deviant Art are all over the map, but some of them are breathtakingly fresh and creative. That’s where I found the work of artist Lukico, and I am completely in love with her elegant comics-inspired illustrations. While some of the pieces show characters in costume, many of them are beautifully subtle. Take... Continue Reading →
Damian had a lot of big moments in 2010, but when the kid rearranged the Joker's face with a crowbar in Batman and Robin #14, he took it to a whole new level. He's overconfident, infuriatingly superior and rude, and he tends to pummel before thinking a situation through. Damian's got a lot to learn,... Continue Reading →
She was being trained to replace Lady Shiva. He was trained by the League of Assassins. Aside from the years of therapy they have ahead of them, Sin and Damian are some mighty impressive minors. While we do not condone hand-to-hand combat among children, you have to admit that a spat between these two would... Continue Reading →