That was pretty damn good, never seen it before. Thanks!
Always happy when you post a Batman story, mate, 'specially one that's this good. Here's looking forward to more (and hoping eventually to see the Batman B&W stories drawn by Corben, Gianni, Jim Lee, and Garcia-Lopez).
Chuck, you're welcome, mate.Anonymous, the Jim Lee and Garcia-Lopez ones are pretty much definate, but I'm going to have to wait a wee while before I put them up. the Corben and Gianni one? hey, you never know. . .
This is off topic, but I just wanted to let PewPew Girl know that I love her, too. On topic, this is an awesome take on Batman. First page panels are probably what Frank Miller was shooting for but couldn't quite make the mark: i.e. Tough and brooding without Miller's overpowering adolescence.
Jordi Bernet.Man. I remember going to Italy with my parents, when I was only a young lad, fourteen or so, and filling the backpack with European comics, Torpedo, by Benet, among them. Great, great stuff.And, man, Italian comic book artists and a woman's legs. The legs just do not stop.So it's "Gor", not "Cor"? Well, what can you expect from a church production of A Christmas Carrol in Alabama?
Mykal, I'll pass it on. & Miller couldn't even dream about ever attaining the kind of talent Bernet has.& nathaniel, I realise the guy's not Italian, but if you ever get the chance see if you can pick up some of Alex Toth's Torpedo stuff. now, THAT'S great comics!
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