There’s actually a lot to talk about with this movie, so I’m going to keep the behind the scene details to a minimum. I may talk about some of it when I get to Batman & Robin instead. Let’s get … Continue reading
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This is a post I’ve considered for a while, but it kept slipping in and out of my thoughts. Then hannagivens of Things Matter posted her own story, finally inspiring me to do this. While comics are a relatively new … Continue reading
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Of all the 0 issues DC has released this month, this is the best one I’ve read so far. The only time I’ve seen this story before is in Batman Forever and needless to say this is vastly superior.