Tag Archives: Ed Hannigan

12 trippy Batman covers

I’ve often pointed out in this blog that, during the Silver Age, many Batman covers achieved a level of psychedelia akin to a bad acid trip. However, this phenomenon isn’t exclusive to the 1950s and 1960s… Here are a dozen … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Mike Grell’s Green Arrow

Every once in a while, I like to shift gears and talk about comics set outside Gotham City that Batman fans should nevertheless enjoy because their genres (crime, superhero, fantastic adventure) are close to the mood of the Dark Knight. … Continue reading

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Top 10 Batman covers by Ed Hannigan

In a world of uncertainty and subjective truths, inexorably spinning towards its entropic doom, there is one unshakable idea we can all hold on to: Ed Hannigan is one of the greatest cover artists to have ever graced Batman comics … Continue reading

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