Batman Characters. Gotham City is a giant group therapy project, and just like in real-life psychiatry, nobody benefits from it.))
Just The Facts "The $*#@ Batman is mother-flippin' crazy! " according to several gangs of multicultural street punks. The popularity of a Batman cast member is proportional to how much poetic comparison he draws with Batman. There are women in Gotham, but their personalities have all the defitinion of a snowman made from cottage cheese.* *Unless written by Gail Simone, who punches up weak characters so well you'd think she was a bully. Major villains I've graded the top villains by how well they stand up to the aspect of Batman's personality they're trying to challenge. Insanity: Joker Batman's whole schtick is being so Busey-grade crazy it blows criminal's minds. The only person not scared by all this? Imagine the police report? Carlos Mencia should get on his knees every day and thank God that Dave Chapelle chose to stay funny rather than get rich. Survivor's guilt: Mr. Women. Best Art Ever (This Week) - 04.29.11. Apr 29th 2011 By: Andy Khouri The proliferation of social media is an incredible boon for lovers of comic book art, design and illustration.
Sites like Flickr, Tumblr, DeviantArt and other countless blogs and feeds bombard us with a ceaseless supply of artwork by professionals and fans that is variously excellent, clever, funny, innovative, and numerous degrees of awesome. We make a regular practice at ComicsAlliance of spotlighting particular artists and/or specific bodies of work, but there's just so much great work to see that we've initiated Best Art Ever (This Week) , a weekly depository for just some of the virtually countless pieces of especially compelling artwork that we come across in our regular travels across the digital media landscape. Some of it's new, some of it's old, some of it's created by working professionals, some of it's created by talented fans, and some of it's endearingly stupid. All of it's awesome . Want more? The Hulk by Bill Sienkiewicz Batman by Mike Zeck. Official Adam Hughes Website. Costumes Pictures. Comic Reviews, News, and Forums.
Mental_floss Blog » 7 Comic Book Superpowers the World Can Do Without. From "rainbow breath" to incredible weight gain via donuts, here are 7 superhero powers the world doesn't need. 1.
The Power to Eat Things If you're desperate for heroes with mediocre superpowers, look no further than the Legion of Super-Heroes, the 30th-century superhero squad that started out in 1958. Packed with uninspiring members, the legion featured the likes of Bouncing Boy (who could bounce around like a ball), Chlorophyll Kid (who could make plants grow faster) and Dream Girl (who could tell the future through dreams).
But the strangest of all was Matter-Eater Lad, who just ate things. 2. During WWII, male comic book heroes weren't the only ones pounding on Hitler and throwing punches at Nazis. 3. If Black Bolt told a joke, he'd bring the house down. 4. Since the 1940s, there have been no less than seven superheroes called Captain Marvel. 5. 6. Fat Momma was one of the final two contestants in the first season of the Sci-Fi Channel's "reality" show Who Wants to be a Superhero?