1. mtakara:

Steph x3.put some new colors on this one.—for commission list, sketchbook or nycc sketch list: mtakaraart@yahoo.com

    mtakara:

    Steph x3.put some new colors on this one.


    for commission list, sketchbook or nycc sketch list: mtakaraart@yahoo.com

  2. "The original idea was to have Tim Drake quit being Robin and take up Ted’s offer to be the new Blue Beetle," [Chuck] Dixon revealed. "It was a perfect fit. Personality and interest-wise, Tim and Ted are far closer than Tim and Bruce [Wayne/Batman]. The plan was for Stephanie Brown, the Spoiler, to take over as Robin while Tim went off for a six-issue limited series as the Blue Beetle. Scott Beatty was to write this mini. At the end of the limited series, Tim would return to being Robin and a Blue Beetle monthly would be launched. In the monthly, an invalid Ted Kord would direct a half dozen Blue Beetles (all with different talents) to battle international crime.
    “The idea had the support of a lot of folks at DC but the top people disliked the whole thing. It struck me as odd that they did the Spoiler-as-Robin stunt almost immediately after I left the book but without the dividend of upping Blue Beetle’s profile or coming out of it with a new title.”

    — from “The Blue Beetle Companion” by Christopher Irving (via nuclidic)

  3. toddnauck:

A Young Justice: Sins of Youth (with age altered Tim Drake Robin, Alan Scott Green Lantern, and Jay Garrick Flash plus Huntress!) commission I did earlier this year.

    toddnauck:

    A Young Justice: Sins of Youth (with age altered Tim Drake Robin, Alan Scott Green Lantern, and Jay Garrick Flash plus Huntress!) commission I did earlier this year.

  4. splooosh:

"You people are in contempt…"

    splooosh:

    "You people are in contempt…"

  5. Happy Batman Day!

    cliffchiang:

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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.

  6. aegontargaryen:

    World’s Finest

  7. craigcermak:

Batman, Nightwing, and Robin commission completed.

    craigcermak:

    Batman, Nightwing, and Robin commission completed.

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Original, unpublished alternate cover art by Win Mortimer for Batman #79, published by DC Comics, October 1953.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

  9. cliffchiang:

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

  10. themarvelageofcomics:

Page from BATMAN AND CAPTAIN AMERICA by John Byrne

    themarvelageofcomics:

    Page from BATMAN AND CAPTAIN AMERICA by John Byrne

  11. 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 

  12. 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)

  13. evinist:

    Bat family Flying

    One ticket to hell please!

    I apologize if anyone still think this is too soon.

  14. (Source: waynesoldstuff)

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

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