It is a great comic.
As I was saying last night to my wonderful friends Excellent @xLOVEandDoomPatrolx and Mr. @biff_pow about a week after watching B-Man89 in the theater I bought my very first copy of Detective Comics.
I had already purchased the Death In The Family TPB, the Harvey/Riddler/Penguin Secret Origins issue and of course the Batgirl Special the day after watching the movie but this was kind of a big deal because this was my official first step into the B-Man fandom space. I knew nothing about this world at the time except that Batman lived in TEC comics and that that was the place to start learning about him. Now, being a rookie I automatically thought that the book would be Keaton B-Man 89 themed but to my surprise it wasn’t. Everything was so different from what I saw in the movie. I was immediately into it tho (Breyfogle and Grant told amazingly cool stories and I loved B-Man’s in comics look right away) but part of me always wanted Keatonverse to be a part of the official continuity AND NOW IT FREAKIN’ IS!
I’m sooo freakin’ happy!
Alright! This is an idea I can get behind!
Arkham-verse Batman is back too
Good day to be a Batman fan
Dood, Flashman & Ezra in June is gonna be as hype as Partyman in a Gotham Art Gallery!
he met a few others just as good
the most prepared Batman
I use to think Batman Forever and Batman & Robin were part of the same Batman world as 89 and Returns.
I think the same way with James Bond, same character with different actors. Am I wrong to think that?
No, it has been canon for a long time that they are the same universe, and there are many hints to it in Batman Forever which include Gough and Hingle reprising their roles.
as far as I’m concerned he was always just as much batman as any other movie batman
and he is still the first movie batman to be in a big movie he isn’t lucky to be in the flash movie they are lucky he agreed to be in it
sorry forgot about that movie my bad