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Tag Archives: Batman
“Not funny, Zatanna.”, by Astro
The Bat-man by Dan Mora
Like just about everyone who reads Fraction and Aja’s Hawkeye, I’d been looking forward to issue #11 (also known now as “The Pizza Dog Issue”) ever since it was announced. Hawkeye has already been a book at the top of … Continue reading
With the holidays upon us, we’re doing our best to help you guys find the perfect gifts for the geek in your life! Keep on reading to see what Chantaal, Angel and Lina think would be great gift ideas. My … Continue reading
I am pretty much a n00b when it comes to what is going on issue-to-issue in the New 52, which was why I sort of jumped at the chance to cover this panel. It was a pretty crowded panel (both … Continue reading
Chantaal, it’s your birthday! As the founder of GRCT we have a few things for you that we thought we’d share with everyone.
For those of you who might’ve forgotten it, today’s Valentine’s Day! And in celebration, I’ve put together a small collection of kissy-face comic book panels! Enjoy and Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! Spider-Man and Silver Sable
I love living in Sydney, but recently I’ve found the number one reason to move to Melbourne. If I live in Victoria, I can get one of these awesome plates for my car as of November 30th: They have Batman, … Continue reading
We’re back! Thank you everyone for sticking around, and we hope to make it worth your while. Right now, we’re moving to a weekly question for the GRCT crew and we’re kicking it off with our favourite comic book couples! … Continue reading
From a marketing perspective I understand DC’s slow release of information about the September re-launch. It keeps them in the news for longer, keeps fans talking and means that nothing gets glossed over or missed. From the perspective of a … Continue reading