Anybody else really enjoy this bizarre little film? I feel like watching it again. It’s such an interesting mixture of entertaining and horrible, just like it should be. Maybe I should renew my subscription to the magazine?
Here’s a snapshot of a portion of my Batman collection from a post over at Sourcerer. How does yours measure up?
by Jeremy Defatta
Good day, everyone! I thought a little game of “show me yours” might be a nice (and fun) aside at this point in the Batman column. Below is an image of a sizable portion of my Batman collection (please excuse the poor quality).
This is most of my Batman trade paperbacks and hardcovers, as well as my Arkham games, the first season of Batman: The Animated Series, and the Nolan trilogy. There are still a few pieces boxed up somewhere that I couldn’t include here, which explains their absence. I could never hope to include an image of every single issue of Batman and his various other comics series that I own, so I didn’t worry too much with those.
I wanted to provide a mixture of media here in order to state a point I honestly believe and have had arguments with fellow fans about. I…
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Here is another one of my early Batman posts from Sourcerer. I really enjoy Batman Beyond.
by Jeremy DeFatta
Building on last week’s post, I’ve decided to go through the various incarnations of Batman in a somewhat random order. I’m starting with Terry McGinnis. Any other fans of Batman Beyond out there? I have fond memories of watching it back in the 90’s and early 2000’s; hell, I still watch it on Netflix. I also recommend following the ongoing comic in some form, either the online weekly or monthly print collections at your local comic shop.
The very 90’s sci-fi opening credits of Batman Beyond:
The basic setup of Batman Beyond is this: Bruce Wayne retired from being Batman decades earlier and your standard, loud 90’s idea of a teenager (Terry McGinnis) stumbles into his life, proving himself through his abilities and a common trait of personal tragedy as a worthy successor to the Batman mantle. Villains new and old appear as stumbling blocks in…
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