1. craigcermak:

Batman, Nightwing, and Robin commission completed.

    craigcermak:

    Batman, Nightwing, and Robin commission completed.

  2. thebristolboard:

Original, unpublished alternate cover art by Win Mortimer for Batman #79, published by DC Comics, October 1953.

    thebristolboard:

    Original, unpublished alternate cover art by Win Mortimer for Batman #79, published by DC Comics, October 1953.

  3. cliffchiang:

    Somehow, I have 4 different variant covers out this month!

  4. themarvelageofcomics:

Page from BATMAN AND CAPTAIN AMERICA by John Byrne

    themarvelageofcomics:

    Page from BATMAN AND CAPTAIN AMERICA by John Byrne

  5. itswalky:

hijinksensue:

New FANEURYSM comic! “The Dark Knight In The Bright Light” http://hijinksensue.com/comic/the-dark-knight-in-the-bright-light/

JOEL I DO THE BATMAN COMICS AROUND HERE 

    itswalky:

    hijinksensue:

    New FANEURYSM comic! “The Dark Knight In The Bright Light” http://hijinksensue.com/comic/the-dark-knight-in-the-bright-light/

    JOEL I DO THE BATMAN COMICS AROUND HERE 

  6. brianmichaelbendis:

Batman, Nightwing, & Robin pin up by George Perez from Atlanta Fantasy Fair 1989 program.

Great find. I still remember the excitment I felt at the time Year Three & A Lonely Place of Dying were being published.

    brianmichaelbendis:

    Batman, Nightwing, & Robin pin up by George Perez from Atlanta Fantasy Fair 1989 program.

    Great find. I still remember the excitment I felt at the time Year Three & A Lonely Place of Dying were being published.

    (Source: alexhchung)

  7. evinist:

    Bat family Flying

    One ticket to hell please!

    I apologize if anyone still think this is too soon.

  8. (Source: waynesoldstuff)

  9. Limited Collector’s Edition C-44, Batman, June-July 1976.

    Limited Collector’s Edition C-44, Batman, June-July 1976.

  10. gnarlycovers:

Detective Comics #365 (DC Comics - July 1967)
Illustrators: Carmine Infantino (Pencils) & Murphy Anderson (Inks)

    gnarlycovers:

    Detective Comics #365 (DC Comics - July 1967)

    Illustrators: Carmine Infantino (Pencils) & Murphy Anderson (Inks)

  11. gnarlycovers:

Detective Comics #381 (DC Comics - November 1968)
Illustrator: Irv Novick

Irv Novick is one of my favorite Bat-artists.

    gnarlycovers:

    Detective Comics #381 (DC Comics - November 1968)

    Illustrator: Irv Novick

    Irv Novick is one of my favorite Bat-artists.

  12. gnarlycovers:

Detective Comics #378 (DC Comics - August 1968)
Illustrator: Irv Novick

    gnarlycovers:

    Detective Comics #378 (DC Comics - August 1968)

    Illustrator: Irv Novick

  13. thehappysorceress:

travisellisor:

The Extended Multiversal Batman Family by Nate Stockman and Simon Gough
Wow. Well, this is my largest commission to date, and possibly my favorite. This whole thing started when I commissioned Nate Stockman to draw all of the Robins for me. I loved that piece, and later asked Nate to draw most of the Bat-Ladies as a companion piece. Well, Nate made it look like those two commissions were placed on separate side of the same rooftop, so who would be in the middle? A bunch of Batmen, that’s who! The complete black & white commission is made up of seven pieces of Bristol board and it is just huge! Of course I wanted this thing colored so I hit up Simon Gough to work his magic on it, and here it is!
I cannot begin to describe how much I love this commission. Nate captured the different qualities of the various characters perfectly, from the pure fun of Dick Grayson to Damian’s attitude to AzBats’s scariness to Bruce’s confidence to Misfit’s joy to Huntress’s badassness. And just how he arranged them all together and somehow made this whole commission work even though it was never originally intended to include so many characters and be so big! My hat is eternally off to Nate. And then Simon came in and made it even more incredible with his beautiful colors! Not just the characters, but also look at that sky and the clouds and colors in it! And how the red part of the sky reflects on come of the costumes! I also love how brightly the Robins are colored and how the Batmen’s section is the darkest. Simon is one of the best colorists around, and this just helps to prove that. Nate and Simon, I love you guys forever!
The Robins consist of: Helena Wayne, Jason Todd, Dick Grayson, Tom Wayne,Stephanie Brown, Tim Drake, Carrie Kelly, Damian Wayne and Robin 1000000
The Batmen consist of: Batman 1000000, Terry McGinnis, Jean-Paul Valley,Batman Junior, Bruce Wayne, Brane Taylor, Sir William the Bat Knight, Batsmanand Damian Wayne
The Bat-Ladies consist of: Bat-Girl (Bette Kane), Kingdom Come Batwoman, Misfit,Batgirl (Barbara Gordon), Batgirl (Stephanie Brown), Batgirl (Cassandra Cain),Batwoman (Kate Kane), Batwoman (Kathy Kane) and Huntress (Helena Bertinelli)
See the largest version (along with many work in progress shots) here.

Woo!! 
Way to represent the Bat-verse! 

    thehappysorceress:

    travisellisor:

    The Extended Multiversal Batman Family by Nate Stockman and Simon Gough

    Wow. Well, this is my largest commission to date, and possibly my favorite. This whole thing started when I commissioned Nate Stockman to draw all of the Robins for me. I loved that piece, and later asked Nate to draw most of the Bat-Ladies as a companion piece. Well, Nate made it look like those two commissions were placed on separate side of the same rooftop, so who would be in the middle? A bunch of Batmen, that’s who! The complete black & white commission is made up of seven pieces of Bristol board and it is just huge! Of course I wanted this thing colored so I hit up Simon Gough to work his magic on it, and here it is!

    I cannot begin to describe how much I love this commission. Nate captured the different qualities of the various characters perfectly, from the pure fun of Dick Grayson to Damian’s attitude to AzBats’s scariness to Bruce’s confidence to Misfit’s joy to Huntress’s badassness. And just how he arranged them all together and somehow made this whole commission work even though it was never originally intended to include so many characters and be so big! My hat is eternally off to Nate. And then Simon came in and made it even more incredible with his beautiful colors! Not just the characters, but also look at that sky and the clouds and colors in it! And how the red part of the sky reflects on come of the costumes! I also love how brightly the Robins are colored and how the Batmen’s section is the darkest. Simon is one of the best colorists around, and this just helps to prove that. Nate and Simon, I love you guys forever!

    The Robins consist of: Helena WayneJason ToddDick GraysonTom Wayne,Stephanie BrownTim DrakeCarrie KellyDamian Wayne and Robin 1000000

    The Batmen consist of: Batman 1000000Terry McGinnisJean-Paul Valley,Batman JuniorBruce WayneBrane TaylorSir William the Bat KnightBatsmanand Damian Wayne

    The Bat-Ladies consist of: Bat-Girl (Bette Kane)Kingdom Come BatwomanMisfit,Batgirl (Barbara Gordon)Batgirl (Stephanie Brown)Batgirl (Cassandra Cain),Batwoman (Kate Kane)Batwoman (Kathy Kane) and Huntress (Helena Bertinelli)

    See the largest version (along with many work in progress shots) here.

    Woo!! 

    Way to represent the Bat-verse! 

  14. havemanymonkeys:

It’s called a secret identity for a reason, Boy Wonder.

    havemanymonkeys:

    It’s called a secret identity for a reason, Boy Wonder.

  15. Limited Collector’s Edition C-44, Batman, June-July 1976.

    Limited Collector’s Edition C-44, Batman, June-July 1976.