Tim Fox may not be Batman yet, but he’s still fighting for what he believes is right in this first look at The Next Batman: Second Son
If you’re looking for full-body chills, then this week’s
# is for you sneak-peek
To get the full glory of the next generation of Batman as launched by
John Ridley (Writer), Tony Akins ( Penciller), Ryan Benjamin ( Breakdowns), Mark Morales ( Inker), Rex Lokus ( Colorist), and Deron Bennett ( Letterer), then run, don’t walk, to today’s News to check out the before it hits the Digital stands on Tuesday, February 23rd! full article and sneak peek pages of The Next Batman: Second Son #1
Do you agree John Ridley’s experience as a filmmaker informs the storytelling of
Second Son? Are you as ready as we are to learn what’s up with that computer? Let us know in the comments below!
Cool stuff! It’s funny, I recently read all the issues that had Tim Fox in it for our World of Bats reading, and it’s interesting how while the circumstances are different, his motivation of stopping the rich from exploiting those they feel are their “lessers” is something that the two share.
If anyone is curious about the issues he was in before this, here’s a link to that World of Bats reading we did for the club to check out.
Hello and welcome to another installment of the World of Bats, the Batman Book Club!
[wob next bat laz affair]
This week we’re going to cover some older material to get ready for an upcoming event! On January 5th is the start of the two month event “Future State,” which will show our heroes taking on new roles in a possible future, and perhaps one of the most anticipated series from it is “The Next Batman,” written by Academy award winner John Ridley! As you might expect, this series deals wi…
This is very interesting…
No problem – always happy to share some fun Batman stories
and plug the club I help run.
Interested to see what John Ridley does with this.
Fan fiction by an Oscar winner? No thanks DC.
Today’s issue continued with the solid exploration of Tim Fox’s backstory. I’m also really interested in Montoya’s hypocrisy, though it’s solidly motivated with Crispus’s death (rip sadness).