Remember that time Tufty got kicked to the kerb by a flying rodent? Me neither. However, it seems that the Caped Crusader was out there teaching the Green Cross Code years before Dave Prowse got in on the act.
Young Dick should think about getting Bruce along to Gamblers Anonymous.
I’m not sure when it was exactly. Or where for that matter. Some coastal town where the family retreated for a holiday. Ramsgate, Broadstairs or Margate? Maybe Portsmouth? There was a pub that provided an element of shelter on a rainy evening with a family room that provided a joyful step back in time.
Today, Gizmodo UK have a handy reading list of what they consider the best of 2000AD’s lawman, Judge Dredd. It misses my favourite Dredd story, The Dead Man, (the slickest bluff ever) but they do have the follow on, Tale of the Dead Man, tucked away in one of those volumes. Hopefully the John Cassavetes story as well.
Actor and voice artist Jon Polito has passed away, aged 65. He appeared in myriad films, tv shows and theatre productions and was lauded for roles in several Cohen Bros films, including The Big Lebowski and Barton Fink.
The heatwave in New York has sparked a run of ice cream thefts prompting billionaire John Catsimatidis to offer a $5,000 reward for information leading to arrests.
Nottinghamshire villagers facing flooding found that sending Bat-Signals to their local council was less than effective. Callers contacting an emergency number to request sandbags were told by the out-of-hours service that their village Gotham didn’t exist, but there was this Gotham City place in New York.
Sunday morning television today had an unexpected gem in Lego DC Superheroes: Batman Beleaguered. Gotham’s Dark Knight declines Superman’s invitation to join the new Justice League until fate takes a hand. When Bats met up with Cyborg something looked terribly familiar. At least part of him did, the cybernetic side of…