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From the Archive: Batman Returns

I suppose I should hold this in reserve until the Saturday that Ben Affleck’s directorial effort with the character arrives, but we’ll use this to draw a contrast between a time that I was actively excited at the prospect of a Tim

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My Misspent Youth: Batman by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli

I read a lot of comic books as a kid. This series of posts is about the comics I read, and, occasionally, the comics that I should have read. There are a few titles that are routinely cited as instrumental

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And rainbows have nothing to hide

This seems an adequate stand-in for words today.

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And Circus Boy dances like a monkey on a barbed wire

It’s been quite some time since I’ve used one of these posts as a space-filler, but I think tonight is the night to briefly bring back the tactic. (Via) Actual words tomorrow. Theoretically.

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My Misspent Youth: Batman: The Killing Joke by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland

I read a lot of comic books as a kid. This series of posts is about the comics I read, and, occasionally, the comics that I should have read. When I was teenager, I tiresomely informed others about the validity

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You sure know how to control me, you’re as cool as ice cream

Happy Independence Day! (Due credit: I found this elsewhere)

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Man. Bat. ….

There’s nothing quite like a unique interpretation of Batman to cap off a day. There’s more where that came from.

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