Ra’s al Ghul had a strong start in animation, making his debut in BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES in “The Demon’s Quest, Parts I and II,” written by Denny O’Neil and Len Wein and directed by Kevin Altieri, which stands as one of the most faithful and successful direct translations of a comic book to animation, […]
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We’re running a little late this month as we all recover from the San Diego Comic-Con, but we think you’ll agree that this month’s banner from BLASTOFF Artist-in-Residence Elena Casagrande was worth the wait: As always, click to see the image at full size.
The most significant addition to Batman’s rogues gallery in the 1970s first appeared in June 1971, in BATMAN #232, “Daughter of the Demon,” by writer Denny O’Neil and artist Neal Adams, which saw the introduction of the immortal ecofanatic Ra’s al Ghul. The story opened with Bruce Wayne receiving a disturbing letter, containing a photo […]