Batman

The Shadow that Stalks the Night

I realize that Batman being able to vanish into seemingly thin air is supposed to show how adept the Dark Knight is compared to a mere human, but it really kinda just makes Gordon look like a meathead sometimes. Like, stop turning around and gazing reflectively at the surroundings. No wonder there’s so much crime in Gotham.

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Lego Batman: The Movie: The Webcomic

New Webcomic! “Block-on-Block Violence”

This comic is soooo late guys. I got sick last week, then saved over the .psd for the inks, and then I had an absolute NIGHTMARE getting an instagram-sized version. I ended up splitting it into four panels, and water-marking each. Frustrating stuff, but I guess that’s the reality of a 4-panel comic.

On the other hand- 4 WHOLE PANELS. That’s like… 6 times the content or something.

Lego Batman is fascinating to me because it really demonstrates the versatility of the character. It’s been said before, but with so many versions of the character, everybody has their definitive Batman.

The recent “Nolan-ized” Batman has resulted in a lot of dark, edgy interpretations of the character. I hope The LEGO Batman Movie brings some of his goofy aspects to the forefront.

Dinosaurs in the batcave? Bat-shark repellent?  The CONDIMENT KING?

I’m not difficult to please.