Updated on 16 October, 2021
Batman Beyond Comics is a comic series starring the fictional superhero Terry Mcgannis as Batman and drawn from the popular animated cartoon series of the same title. The series was created by Bill Finger, who is best known for his work on the Batman comics. He did a fantastic job on the new series, and beyond. The comic book has been re-printed many times and has sold tens of thousands of copies worldwide. It is one of the more popular Batman titles, and has been the basis for many of the characters appearances in future media.
The series follows the early years of Batman's career, right after his crime fighting days. After being betrayed by his ally, the Riddler, Batman must take on the Riddler himself in order to clear his name and stop the criminal activities that plague Gotham City. The Riddler is an ingenious and devious criminal, who uses various gadgets and traps to cause chaos and puzzles for Batman. He is quite cunning, and can trick Batman into using illegal tools and weapons for his goals. He is also quite arrogant, but is determined to get his revenge against Batman.
The second storyline begins with the debut of Batman Beyond. While the first series chronicled the early years of Batman's career, this series takes place later on in his career, after he has retired from Batman and, as a matter of fact, has become an acclaimed and well-respected private investigator. He runs an agency called Grisom Graphics, which is involved in the investigation, apprehension and questioning of many super villains. His clients include such notable characters as The Joker, Cat Woman, The Riddler, The Penguin, The Green Hornet, and many more.
The story involves several characters from the Dark Knight films. There are the Batman villains The Riddler, The Joker, Two-Face, The Penguin, The Green Hornet, and The Talon. In addition, there are some lesser known characters like Bat Girl, Batgirlrypton, and Two-Handed Shadow, and even some lesser known characters such as Commissioner Gordon and John Blake. All of these have their own stories and back-story to tell.
This latest series is a complete overhaul of how Batman Beyond Comics used to be. This new series takes a darker look at the Caped Crusader and gives a more gritty and realistic look and feel to Batman's world. The writers of this new series, Scott Lobdell and Amy Shore, take us back to Batman's childhood, his days as Robin and before he became the dark, vigilante we know today. The storyline includes many historical events and some current ones as well. It takes place around the same time as the Dark Knight films, and many elements from those movies make their way into this latest version as well.
One of the most interesting and important elements of this series is that it deals with the relationship between Batman and the other characters from the Batman family. You've got the Dynamic Duo, but there's also some interesting new additions to the cast. There's the Questionress, a villain from Batman Beyond Comics who has her own personality, and Bruce Wayne's faithful butler Alfred. This series provides many opportunities for some great character interaction between the dynamic duo as well as some great interactions among the other members of the Bat family. It introduces some new characters, too, and really makes Batman fans want to see what happens next.
It is written in a very detailed way that is easy to follow, although some of the aspects of the story may seem a bit random at times. It is well-written, however, and the artwork is top-notch. The design of most of the panels in the series is done in a very cartoon-like style, creating an overall "cartoony" feel to the story. The coloring is quite detailed and colorful, too.
Batman Beyond Comics is a fantastic book series, one that I would recommend to anyone who is an avid Batman fan. The quality of the story is above par, and the graphic novel format allows for plenty of adventure. For readers who like to see some action in their comics, I highly recommend this series.