Back Issue #113

Back Issue #113

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Back Issue celebrates Tim Burton's Batman's 30th Anniversary, featuring a guest column and interview with Batfilms producer Michael Uslan, an interview with screenwriter Sam Hamm, and a chat with the man who might have been Two-Face: Billy Dee Williams. Plus: 1989: DC Comics' Year of the Bat, Denny O'Neil and Jerry Ordway's Batman movie adaptation, Mindy Newell's Catwoman, Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's Arkham Asylum, Max Allan Collins' Batman newspaper strip, and Joey Cavalieri and Joe Staton's Huntress. Featuring a classic Michael Keaton Batman cover by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, with cover design by Michael Kronenberg.
Date Available: 06/12/2019
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


Avengers Endagame isn't a phenomenon. Avatar was more of a "meh'nomenon. One might argue that the last true "Everybody must see it, eat it, drink it, wear it, have a piece of it" omnipresent thing was the first Batman movie in 1989. If you weren't there to see it, perhaps you can look it up on your Mother Box. It was a cultural event that drove seemingly everybody into the theatre, and subsequently to an ATM (still a fairly new thing then) so that they could insert themselves deep into the cultural frenzy. This entire month of Back Issue is devoted to it. It's definitely worth a look, even if you're just BI curious. Highly recommended for anybody who wants to put a little steam in their stride.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Back Issue celebrates Tim Burton's Batman's 30th Anniversary, featuring a guest column and interview with Batfilms producer Michael Uslan, an interview with screenwriter Sam Hamm, and a chat with the man who might have been Two-Face: Billy Dee Williams. Plus: 1989: DC Comics' Year of the Bat, Denny O'Neil and Jerry Ordway's Batman movie adaptation, Mindy Newell's Catwoman, Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's Arkham Asylum, Max Allan Collins' Batman newspaper strip, and Joey Cavalieri and Joe Staton's Huntress. Featuring a classic Michael Keaton Batman cover by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, with cover design by Michael Kronenberg.
Date Available: 06/12/2019
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


Avengers Endagame isn't a phenomenon. Avatar was more of a "meh'nomenon. One might argue that the last true "Everybody must see it, eat it, drink it, wear it, have a piece of it" omnipresent thing was the first Batman movie in 1989. If you weren't there to see it, perhaps you can look it up on your Mother Box. It was a cultural event that drove seemingly everybody into the theatre, and subsequently to an ATM (still a fairly new thing then) so that they could insert themselves deep into the cultural frenzy. This entire month of Back Issue is devoted to it. It's definitely worth a look, even if you're just BI curious. Highly recommended for anybody who wants to put a little steam in their stride.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


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