Cool ghost photography by surrealist photographer Cristopher McKenney.
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We’re living in a Batman renaissance.
For a guy that has only been in his job since February, Batman Group Editor Mark Doyle has already made the most popular corner of the DCU the most exciting. Doyle, who recently moved from his editorial position at Vertigo, took over the Bat-line after longtime editor Mike Marts departed for Marvel Comics. Doyle has infused exuberance into the line by introducing some unexpected titles such as “Arkham Manor” by Gerry Duggan and Shawn Crystal, “Gotham Academy” by Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher, and Karl Kerschel, and “Gotham by Midnight” by Ray Fawkes and Ben Templesmith.
The internet almost exploded when news of the introduction of a more light-hearted and spunky “Batgirl” hit. This October, Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, and Babs Tarr take over the reigns from longtime writer Gail Simone. ”I was not particularly interested creatively in doing a dark, grim story with Batgirl,” Stewart told Comic Alliance in a recent interview. “I wanted to do something that was light and fun and sort of consistent to the way that Batgirl has been portrayed for almost fifty years in all kinds of other media.”
The status quo for Selina Kyle will see a drastic change when Genevieve Valentine and Garry Brown take over “Catwoman” in October. We’re expecting plenty of buzz on this book, similar to what “Harley Quinn” and “Grayson” have enjoyed this year.
With the popular weekly series “Batman: Eternal” going strong and the upcoming “Endgame” storyline in “Batman”, everything happening in Gotham is going as strong as it ever has. We have our fingers crossed tightly that Doyle is going to remain in the Batcave after DC Comics moves to the West Coast next year.