This excellent tale is a quick read in part because the story moves along
at a brisk pace.
The Joker is back in Arkham Asylum - but for how long?
We see Batman feeling his age and taking a beating from Killer Croc.
He winds up in the arms of Selina Kyle, the former Catwoman, who helps him
through his dilemma: when to call it quits and let Robin take the reins.
But, as Batman/Bruce Wayne makes clear several times, he doesn't think
Jason is ready to take the mantle.
Batman notices how Robin is headstrong and cocky. We also see how Robin
has a taste for the jugular, intentionally harming people whom he could
easily incapacitate instead.
Also in this issue, we see a restrained but caring Alfred, who always has
good advice when asked.
It's nice to see Frank Miller and John Romita, Jr. teaming up for this
issue, which is a must for Batman fans.
(posted June 21, 2016)
Questions with... Creator Claudio Sepulveda
1) On what project are you currently working?
At the moment I'm working on the personal stories we are creating which are
called "The Tears of the Cherubs" and "Dreamtown Amusement Park."
2) Whom in your field do you admire most and why?
David Finch, Whilce Portacio, Amano, Shirow and lots more! I try to mix the best of both worlds
comic and manga.
3) How did you get into the comic book field?
It was a chance that I was given at Zenescope. A buddy of mine mentioned my name there and they picked me up I worked on the
"Little Mermaid" and from there I have done some comic artist work. Now, I have been concentrating on doing stuff of our own.
4) On which title would you most like to work and
I can't imagine myself drawing superheroes. I kind of like more of the underground stuff, so I would say something like Dark Fantasy stuff
(hahaha), but to answer the question about a particular book, I don't really have a clue.
5) On what project will you be working next?
We will be working on "Waking Nightmares!" It's a story that Anthony Zicari is developing, at the same time I'll try to go slowly with another personal project:
"Growing UP," but if we get picked up by someone (a publisher) then its
"Dreamtown Amusement Park" all the way!
For more of Claudio
Sepulveda's work, please visit here
(posted June 21, 2016)
This is a great issue, not just for an indie title, but for any
Meet Harry Vild, a hired gun turned private investigator.
The past comes back to haunt him as he comes across a woman who tried to
Vild helps the woman fight against a cult she had once belonged to
Vild has an associate named Bob, who works behind the scenes to keep
Vild safe. Bob remotely controls a car called the Stratos which appears
to have as many gizmos as the Knight Rider car or the Batmobile.
Also, the artwork is different in a good way and looks to be made from
The story is engaging and interesting and it looks like the title is