Award-winning animator Darwyn Cooke returned to the Dark Knight, specifically Batman Beyond, the property he worked on in the late 90s, for a new WB short celebrating Batman’s 75th anniversary. Cooke’s short features Terry McGinnis taking on a robotic Batman that resembles the character from The New Batman Adventures. At the end of the fight, Bruce Wayne reveals that there are seven more evil robots lookin’ for a fight, each modeled after a different incarnation: there are Batmen from Beware the Batman, The Batman, and The Brave and the Bold, as well as versions based on Michael Keaton’s and Adam West’s portrayals, one inspired by Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns and, finally, one that resembles the original version created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. Watch the video here if you haven’t done so already, courtesy of DC.
BATMAN BEYOND, by John Gallagher.
Man I am hella drunk and no one wants to text, what the balls is this
Illus. 有田満弘 & 杉森建
cant stop taking booty pics
Captain Falcon Knee - Savannah
Just a fun post I made for a friend :)
Omg, who has seen these adorable little comic strips of Ash writing letters to his father by Mare Odomo? http://mareodomo.com/index.php?/comics/letters-to-an-absent-father/
I’m so in love with these <3
#DailySketch The Owl from Secret of Nimh.
I saw my buddy David Petersen post a great commission of this character today and I got inspired to do quick daily sketch of my own.
Original Art for sale in my store