The Stephanie of this Batclan. I tell bad jokes and get excited about strange things. You'll figure it out. We all do eventually. Image by alackoforder.tumblr
Batman and Red Hood #20
Holy maniacal Batman…
Favorite shots of Batman/Bruce Wayne ★ as drawn by Greg Capullo
Batman does not do mornings.
more ice cream. b wanted in
fem!Bruce Bat(wo)man costume design that I’ve been tossing around for a while. Based on New52 design because bat panties aren’t very scary, and Bats needs to be scary, especially a female Bats since she won’t have regular Bruce’s physical bulk, even if she is at peak physical condition. For the same reason she’d likely have a slightly different fighting style since she won’t be able to brute force her way through all the same things male!Bruce can. On the flip side she’s got to be the scariest human alive if she is THE Bat.
small gestures speak loud words
Favorite shots of Batman/Bruce Wayne ★ drawn by Greg Capullo
- Batgirl v. Steph, 22
too-relevant said: Bruce attempting to have a tea party with young!cassandra Cain but his legs are too large for the table.
I tried anyway ><
Red Hoods and Riddles: A Batman #22 Review
Last month, Batman 21 opened up a new time period for our favorite hero in which Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo hoped to explore the beginning of Batman before he was actually Batman. With the dawning of the New 52, earlier Batman origins were put out of date and needed updating. Snyder has taken the idea and run with it, launching Zero Year, an eleven-issue origin of the Dark Knight that was hinted at in Batman #0.
The first issue brought us a glimpse of the early Batman and the Gotham he’ll rise up to protect. It was ripe with early Batman elements, foreshadowing and intrigue but it was too hard to tell if this this arc was going to be special.
Issue 22 delivers much more than a reassurance, it revitalizes the Batman myth in a way not seen for a long time.
I loved Batman #22 so much this, you guys need to be reading this.