Writer: John RozumArtist: Tom MandrakeColours by: Nathan EyringLetterer: Phil BalsmanAssociate Editor: Jeanne SchaeferEditor: Mike Marts IF YOU HAVEN'T READ MY REVIEW FOR PART 1 THEN PLEASE DO SO TO AVOID SPOILERS. Batman Detective Comics #835 - Absolute Terror Part 1 Intro: In the last issue, we saw Jonathan Crane a.k.a The Scarecrow, escape from Arkham and outsmart everyone by changing... Continue Reading →
Batman Detective Comics #835 – Absolute Terror Part 1 – Review
Writer: John RozumArtist: Tom MandrakeColours by: Nathan EyringLetterer: John J. HillAssociate Editor: Jeanne SchaeferEditor: Mike Marts Intro: Everyone knows Batman has one of the largest galleries of rogues that he has faced over the many years since his creation. Names such as Joker, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Penguin and Mr. Freeze have become household names thanks to the multiple visual... Continue Reading →
A History of Fear Part 3 – Silver Age – Batman #189
Writers: Henry Boltinoff, Gardner Fox, Jack SchiffPencils: Sheldon Moldoff, Henry BoltinoffInks: Henry Boltinoff, Joe GiellaCover: Carmine Infantino, Joe Giella After his second appearance in Detective Comics #73, released during the Golden Age of comics, Jonathan Crane wasn't seen again in comics until 1967, a whole 24 years after that second and final appearance. So, when... Continue Reading →
A History of Fear Part 2 – Detective Comics #73
By popular demand, Jonathan Crane, a.k.a The Scarecrow, has escaped from prison in 'Return of The Scarecrow!'
History of Fear Part 1 – Scarecrow’s First Appearance
There are so many great villains to love and of course fear, none more so than my personal favourite, Scarecrow, the master of fear!