Batman Beyond #1

    Batman Beyond » Batman Beyond #1 - Hush Beyond, Part 1: History Repeats released by DC Comics on August 1, 2010.

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    Hush Beyond, Part 1: History Repeats last edited by MattieWashburn on 10/04/21 12:52AM View full history

    Terry McGinnis - the Batman of the future - and an elderly Bruce Wayne - the original Batman - are the sworn protectors of Neo-Gotham. But when someone targets The Dark Knight's old foes, the new Batman must begin a case that reaches back into Bruce Wayne's past and puts Terry's future directly in danger! Don't miss the long-awaited return of the popular Batman Beyond franchise in this 6-issue adventure from Emmy Award-nominated animation writer Adam Beechen (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) and artist Ryan Benjamin (BATMAN & THE OUTSIDERS). And be sure to check out the SUPERMAN/BATMAN ANNUAL #4 from writer Paul Levitz and artist Renato Guedes starring the Batman Beyond characters!


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    Review: Batman Beyond #1 0

    Terry McGinnis returns again in a one month time period as Batman, but this time not in an annual comic but in his own mini-series, featuring a few villains from Batman's past.  The Good More Batman Beyond! It was one of my favorite cartoon series! Anyway, it's good to see McGinnis back in the suit again, even though we saw him two weeks ago in Superman/Batman Annual #4. the artwork in the book is done by Ryan Benjamin, and it looks like Dustin Nguyen's pencils met an updated version of the...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    The Tomorrow Knight returns 0

    How long has it been since Batman Beyond went off the air? Its been a while. Batman Beyond returns in comic book form and its about damn time (unfortunately it just a mini series).   Pros:    I must say that this issue feels like Batman Beyond never ended. I'm a bit surprised though because the way the summary and cover was going for, I figured that the story was going to take place sometime after the JSA Unlimited episode when Terry found out the truth about himself. Apparently, this takes pl...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Schway 0

    Nostalgia for the great and underrated television show of Batman Beyond aside, DC has given us a great debut for a mini-series I have high hopes for. Welcoming Terry McGinnis into the DC Universe is a tricky task (not everyone can be a Harley Quinn), especially with the current Batman mythos being as confusing albeit enjoyable as it is. This comic did a decent job of combining the style of the show with the caliber of writing that DC Comics have been exhibiting. No, they don't say "Schway" in th...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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