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I would not say Return of Bruce Wayne, taken as a whole, is necessarily a flawless story—but the sixth and final issue (excerpted here) is, in my mind, one of the best Batman stories one could possibly read, so long as one does not mind their superhero comics enriched by metafictional elements masquerading as far-flung science fiction.

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rvsa:

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comicbookcovers:

Nick Fury Vs. SHIELD #1, June 1988, cover by Jim Steranko

comicbookcovers:

Nick Fury Vs. SHIELD #1, June 1988, cover by Jim Steranko

brianmichaelbendis:

Avengers #057 Cover Recreation by Bruce Timm

brianmichaelbendis:

Avengers #057 Cover Recreation by Bruce Timm

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Happy Batman Day!

greg-pak:

So great.

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Here are a couple sketches from the aborted “Bat-Man” project with Azzarello.  Initially conceived as a First Wave title, I wanted Robin to be the son of Wu Cheng from the Blackhawks — fuck you, Chop Chop — sent to be raised in the US by Bruce Wayne. Get some pulp in that juice.

Celebrate Batman’s 75th anniversary with this playlist of orchestral Gotham grooves

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batgirlofburnside:

Comics are best when enjoyed with imagination.

batgirlofburnside:

Comics are best when enjoyed with imagination.

Another Batman recommendation while ComiXology runs its 99¢ sale: Doug Moench’s “Prey” storyline from Legends of the Dark Knight (5 issues, $4.95; totally worth it). This is a nice introduction to Hugo Strange, an underutilized villain (you might recognize him from the popular Arkham City, which featured a storyline he didn’t matter much in, ultimately), but it’s also a sharp early-Bats tale that falls somewhere between Tim Burton’s Batman and the Christopher Nolan films in its tone. 

ComiXology is offering a wonderful Batman sale that I find almost completely overwhelming, BUT would recommend right off the bat (ha) Grant Morrison’s Batmen of All Nations storyline. It’s three issues, starting with #667, and though it does connect to his bigger Black Glove storyline (perhaps my favorite of all time), it reads perfectly well on its own. Gorgeous art from J.H. Williams III. Get it!

More recommendations later, perhaps!