Batman Beyond, created originally as a continuation of Batman: The Animated Series by Bruce Timm and Paul Dini in 1999, told the story of Terry McGinnis becoming the new Batman in Neo-Gotham. I grew up watching re-runs of this show on Canadian TV, never caring that I’d seen the episodes over and over, it was just that great. After it had stopped being shown, sadly I’d forgotten about it, not completely but still enough that I hadn’t attempted to follow-up with it. They published a short run of comics while the show was on the air, but not till 14 years after the show’s end did DC comics begin publishing a new ongoing series within the mainstream DCU. With many of the Rebirth titles as of late, there is a little story that is helpful to know, but they’re built to be able to go in fresh and not worry too much about the previous issues. Continue reading “Taking Rebirth Literally: Batman Beyond Rebirth #1 Review”
Every Wednesday I’m on the lookout for new #1’s and new series to pick up and find that next great book. This week I picked up Eclipse #1, which I believe to be the first book by Zack Kaplan to be published by one of the major publishers, Image/Top Cow. This book takes an interesting setting and puts it alongside a classic murder plot with some fantastic art and writing. As always be avoiding spoilers but we may have to go over some of the plot points and visual notes to give you a good idea of what’s happening in this book.