Bat Universe

Batman and The DC Universe

The Bat-Man first appeared in Detective Comics #27 seventy-five years ago (March 30th, 1939). 
[background photo via New York Daily News]
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Part one of my three-part Adventures of Superman is up with Ming Doyle drawing Old Man Kamandi and Brent Schoonover drawing 1938 Superman in today’s release of #46. This is all linked right to it so give it a download.
Here’s DC’s official description:
"Strange Visitor" part 1 of 3. As citizens of Earth flee to the stars, Kamandi tells the story of Superman’s earliest defeat—one that continued to haunt him for years. Don’t miss this epic 3-part adventure spanning the entirety of Superman’s lifetime!

I have read this comic, and it is great. Go forth and find out for yourselves, folks.
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Bullets-and-bracelets. Gotta love it.
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As a parent, I can testify to the truthiness here. (minus the bit about superpowers)
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Superman by Leinil Yu
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I feel like this is Steph after almost every mission when she speaks to Oracle omg