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DC Comics rewarded good questions with donuts at ECCC's DC Universe panel. Topics discussed at Saturday's panel included "Flashpoint," "All-Star Wonder Woman" "Action Comics" and much more.
Adam Beechen, the writer behind the new "Batman Beyond" ongoing series, returns to THE BAT SIGNAL to catch fans on up on how day-and-date digital and the future Justice League combine to draw in readers new and old.
Doug Zawisza gave the first issue of DC Comics' new ongoing "Batman Beyond" series a 3.5 star review, calling Adam Beechen and Ryan Benjamin's first issue in their three-part arc "a nice panorama of the future Gotham."
DC Comics has announced their "Batman Beyond" ongoing series will be available through comiXology, PSN and DCComics.com simultaneously with printed issues hitting store shelves, sharing the cover price of $2.99.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a trio of previews for issues on sale tomorrow, October 20, including "Batman Beyond" #5, ""Azrael" #13 and the "Ragman: Suit of Souls" one-shot.
With the continuing adventures of future Dark Knight Terry McGinnis officially on the slate for January, the writer behind the hit mini, Adam Beechen, explained his plans for expanding the world of "Batman Beyond."
DC Comics has announced the current "Batman Beyond" miniseries by writer Adam Beechan and artist Ryan Benjamin will be relaunched in January as an ongoing series by the same creative team. ROBOT 6 has details.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman Beyond" #4 by Adam Beechen and Ryan Benjamin with a cover by Dustin Nguyen. The issue, revealing the true identity of the new Hush, hits stores September 15.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman Beyond" #1, the new miniseries detailing the DCU adventures of Terry McGinnis as told by Adam Beechan and Ryan Benjamin. The future arrives on June 30.
Adam Beechen shares some more details on the “Batman Beyond” mini series announced yesterday, including which other characters we may see besides Bruce Wayne and Terry McGinnis and where the series is set in terms of DCU and DCAU continuity.
Writer Jesse Blaze Snider talks to CBR News about "Dead Romero," an ultra-violent vampire love epic told in six Ryan Bejamin-illustrated issues, the first of which is on sale today from DC Comics.