Sean Gordon Murphy, author of Batman: White Knight, has crafted within it his own pocket Batman world, with some substantial differences from the mainline world of the DC Universe, the most obvious one being that the Joker has gone dangerously, uh, sane.
Batman’s undergone countless permutations in thousands of comics over the last eight years. Yet for all that storytelling, the actual politics of a Gotham City protected by an obsessed vigilante has been an under-explored notion—and it’s one Sean Murphy’s going right to the heart of in Batman: White Knight.
Sean Murphy’s been a staple in DC projects for years. His latest, an upcoming arc of All-Star Batman with Scott Snyder, is apparently the first of two new bat-projects he’s working on. The other will be his very own Batman series—and it’s sounding wild so far.
Society harbors a strange obsession with seeing celebrities disheveled, out of makeup, and out of shape. The video featured here takes that fascination and turns it totally inside out, by using normal photographs of good-looking celebrities to illustrate what's known as the "Flashed Face Distortion Effect" — an…
It's not exactly Sesame Street, but artist Sean Murphy's awesome Wolverine Alphabet series shows just one potential way for Marvel to get in with future owners Disney. After all, what could be more educational than mutants helping kids to spell?