Frank Millar's All-Star Batman and Robin. I can't post a scan from my phone, unfortunately.
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I actually disagree with the "Gotham can't be realistic" bit. One of the reasons I liked Batman: Year One so much is because this was It wasn't only a more down to earth Interpritation of Batman, but of Gotham as well. It felt like thIs was somethIng that could really happen. I don't see how mainsream Gotham is that far off, though.
Image comics, my friend. Image comics.
@mrlogada: Seriously it's a fun series, and it really benefits from trades. Not to mention it's pretty distant from the rest of the Marvel Universe so you can can just read it and not have to worry about what came before.
I'd listen to this guy, this series is great. So sad I have to wait till late October for the next trade....
That's pretty surprising, actually. You'd think with a budget that big they could have hired a better script writer and effects team. Although, the Marvel Studios movies had a couple mediocre movies as well - I thought that, aside from the special effects, Avengers was pretty mediocre overall - But, yeah, their more recent films have been top-notch. I hope that WB will be able to, at least, match Marvel's films quality-wise.
I liked it. I picked it up back when I had a stretch of reading books specifically involving multiple Bat-family members - Morrison's Batman & Robin and Huntress: Cry for Blood are also good reads. It's well written and you really connect with, and get to know the character. I also enjoyed the art quite a bit. If you're thinking about reading it yourself - if you haven't already - I strongly suggest you pick it up.
I think it's looks better without color. There's something unique about black and white comics. Besides, why would you want to distract from that fantastic inking job? It's awesome.
Just curious, by the way; how are you selling these? Did find a publisher, or are you selling these on your own?