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The World’s Finest Reviews “Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection”

The World’s Finest has published its review of Insight Editions’ Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection, available through traditional and digital retailers starting Oct. 6, 2020. In short, Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection is one of most arresting books to hit shelves this year. Mondo’s work, on display here, is imaginative, slick and bursting with admiration and respect for Batman: The Animated Series, and Insight Editions pulls out all the stops in making sure the presentation is second-to-none. It’s serves as tangible representation of the enduring legacy of the beloved cartoon classic, and you couldn’t ask for a better example.

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Insight Editions describes Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection as follows:

Over the years, Mondo has received global recognition for their astonishing artisanal posters, and their creations for Batman: The Animated Series are no exception. The studio has partnered exclusively with the award-winning artist at Phantom City Creative, Inc., Justin Erickson, in order to bring this show to life in a striking and unparalleled way. Paul Dini, longtime writer and co-producer of the Animated Series (and co-creator of Harley Quinn), contributes a wonderful introduction. Filled with Erikson’s slick graphic design as well as beautifully rendered illustrations, Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection is a one-of-a-kind tribute to one of the greatest animated shows of all time.

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Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection

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Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection

Publisher: Insight Editions
Release Date: Oct. 6, 2020
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Description: Known for their limitless passion and incredible ingenuity for film and television posters, Mondo turns their attention to the highly acclaimed DC show Batman: The Animated Series. The show first aired in 1992 and was instantly met with critical praise for its sophisticated writing, bold storytelling and distinctive, noir-influenced art style, generating an intense following that thrives to this day.

BatmanOver the years, Mondo has received global recognition for their astonishing artisanal posters, and their creations for Batman: The Animated Series are no exception. The studio has partnered exclusively with the award-winning artist at Phantom City Creative, Inc., Justin Erickson, in order to bring this show to life in a striking and unparalleled way. Paul Dini, longtime writer and co-producer of the Animated Series (and co-creator of Harley Quinn), contributes a wonderful introduction. Filled with Erikson’s slick graphic design as well as beautifully rendered illustrations, Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection is a one-of-a-kind tribute to one of the greatest animated shows of all time.


Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection
Review by James Harvey

Collecting a wealth of artwork from Mondo’s series of posters, prints and vinyl soundtrack titles inspired by Batman: The Animated Series, Insight Edition’s Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection is not only one of the most visually striking releases of the year, but it’s a legitimate page-turner. It’s page after page of some of the most incredible Batman: The Animated Series-inspired art out there, which Insight Edition presents in stunning fashion, and it’s nearly impossible to put down.

For a bit of back-story, Mondo is a renowned art gallery and online store, dedicated to film, art, music and collectibles, and has gained global recognition for their artisanal works over the years. And their recent Batman: The Animated Series pieces are no exception. The studio partnered with Phantom City Creative, Inc. award-winning artist Justin Erickson to develop and create works inspired by the classic animated show for a series of products, including posters, soundtracks and more. And now, all of that material is right here and between two hard covers and it’s pretty amazing.

Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection is divvied up into a handful of sections. Following a foreword by Batman: The Animated Series‘ Paul Dini and a lengthy interview with Erickson, the remainder of the book is dedicated to Mondo’s Batman: Mask of the Phantasm art project, along with the works created for the Batman: The Animated Series posters and soundtrack releases.

Starting with the foreword, Paul Dini shares his thoughts of Batman: The Animated Series‘ initial launch and its subsequent popularity and heavy influence. Dini also discusses Erickson and touches upon some of his Batman: The Animated Series-based works (including “Two-Face,” “Trial,” “Christmas with the Joker,” among others). A lengthy interview with Erickson follows, in which touches upon his love of Batman: The Animated Series and its’ impact on him, and how his Batman: Mask of the Phantasm work for Mondo essentially laid the groundwork for everything that came after. He also points to some of his own favorite pieces inspired by the classic cartoon.

The foreword and interview lay the groundwork and context for what follows, giving the reader insight into Erickson’s approach and inspiration behind each piece. Fittingly, first up is the project that kick-started Mondo’s deep dive into the animated world of Batman, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Given its own section of the book, it includes thoughts from Erickson, along with plenty of concept and production art and variant designs.

The real meat of Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection comes next, with a massive chunk devoted to all of the Batman: The Animated Series-inspired posters released by Mondo. Staggering in both quantity and quality, every Batman: The Animated Series-inspired poster gets a detailed look throughout the over 80-page section, and it is something to behold. There are just so many great pieces on display, and you can’t help but just devour every page.




The majority of pieces in this section come with a small write-up where Erickson breaks down his inspiration and approach to each, as well as calling out some of his favorite works (“Heart of Ice,” naturally). There are plenty of neat facts spread throughout this section (Erickson took inspiration from Japanese woodblock prints for “Night of the Ninja,” for example), and the insight provided really does add a new layer of context and appreciation. Even posters for the less-acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series episodes get the same treatment as the favorites, which really highlights Erickson’s respect for the show (the “Moon of the Wolf” poster, for example, is just so dang cool).

Erickson’s work here really captures the feel and themes of Batman: The Animated Series, be it’s the 1930s gangster vibe of “It’s Never Too Late,” the old-school serial look to “The Demon’s Quest” and “Beware the Gray Ghost,” (think Indiana Jones) among others. There’s brilliance in these designs, like how he juxtaposes Batman and his rogues gallery for “Trial,” or the use of braille for “Blind As a Bat,” there are so many neat touches that elevates the material. There’s passion, thought and long, long hours put into each image, and it shows in spades.

The last major section of the book is dedicated to Mondo’s vinyl soundtrack releases for Batman: The Animated Series. Here, we get a good look into the more technical, production side of things, with Erickson walking us through how some pieces were designed and laid out one format, and the subsequent changes and alterations needed when adapting them to multiple formats (altering poster imagery so it can be used as vinyl cover art, for example). There’s also a gallery of Mug Shots and Heroes of Gotham/Zeroes of Gotham cards by Erickson, included with some of the soundtrack releases, that are simply fantastic.

This is all housed in a really attractive package, too. Image quality is top-notch, and page layouts are clean and clear. The hardcover book is sturdy and strong, and the oversized format not only adds heft to the book, but gives everything within plenty of space and room to avoid an overcrowded or jumbled presentation.

Overflowing with some of the most striking imagery inspired by Batman: The Animated Series, all of it gathered together here in a gorgeous oversized hardcover, Insight Edition’s Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection is one of the most arresting books to hit shelves this year. It’s nearly impossible to put down, as you can’t help but want to see what’s on the next page. Erickson’s work with Mondo is imaginative, slick and bursting with admiration and respect for Batman: The Animated Series, and Insight Editions pulls out all the stops in making sure the presentation is second-to-none. It’s truly something special, serving as tangible representation of the enduring legacy of the beloved cartoon classic, and you couldn’t ask for a better example. Must Own!

Insight Editions’ Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection is available through your favorite traditional and digital retailers starting Oct. 6, 2020.

Please note that while Insight Editions provided a copy of this book for review, that did not impact or influence the product’s final assessment.

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“Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection” Coming Oct. 2020 From Insight Editions, Mondo

Insight Editions, the acclaimed publisher, has provided The World’s Finest with press details on its forthcoming hardcover release, Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection. The book will showcase and explore the recent Batman: The Animated Series-inspired artwork released by Mondo, the world-renowned art gallery which focuses heavily on music, art, film and collectibles. Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection will be available from Insight Edition in hardcover starting October 6, 2020 for $60US.

Continue below for further press details and imagery. Please note that while the press release belows give the book a September 15, 2020 release date, Insight Editions confirms the book will now be released on October 6, 2020.

INSIGHT EDITIONS AND MONDO PRESENT
BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES
THE PHANTOM CITY CREATIVE COLLECTION
Art by Justin Erikson
Introduction by Paul Dini

Mondo and Insight Editions are proud to present Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection [Sept 15, 2020; $60.00] a visually breathtaking celebration of the Emmy Award–winning series.

Known for their limitless passion and incredible ingenuity for film and television posters, Mondo turns their attention to the highly acclaimed DC show Batman: The Animated Series. The show first aired in 1992 and was instantly met with critical praise for its sophisticated writing, bold storytelling and distinctive, noir-influenced art style, generating an intense following that thrives to this day.

Over the years, Mondo has received global recognition for their astonishing artisanal posters, and their creations for Batman: The Animated Series are no exception. The studio has partnered exclusively with the award-winning artist at Phantom City Creative, Inc., Justin Erickson, in order to bring this show to life in a striking and unparalleled way. Paul Dini, longtime writer and co-producer of the Animated Series (and co-creator of Harley Quinn), contributes a wonderful introduction. Filled with Erikson’s slick graphic design as well as beautifully rendered illustrations, Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection is a one-of-a-kind tribute to one of the greatest animated shows of all time.

ABOUT JUSTIN ERICKSON
Justin Erickson is the creative director and co-founder of Phantom City Creative, Inc. As an award-winning graphic designer and illustrator, Erickson has won over 17 Key Art Awards for his work on popular media such as Godzilla, Jaws, Jurassic Park, and more.

ABOUT PAUL DINI
Paul Dini is an American writer and producer whose work has spanned all forms of mass media. Some of his television credits include Superman: The Animated Series, Justice League, Justice League Unlimited and Batman: The Animated Series. One of his greatest character contributions was the co-creation (alongside Bruce Timm) of Dr. Harleen Quinzel, more famously known as Harley Quinn.

ABOUT MONDO
Mondo is an art gallery and online store devoted to a passionate love of film, art, music, and collectibles. The company has received global recognition for bringing art back to movie poster design and has emerged as one of the leading curators of classic and contemporary film soundtracks on vinyl.

ABOUT INSIGHT EDITIONS
Celebrated for its unwavering dedication to quality, Insight Editions is a publisher of innovative books and collectibles that push the boundaries of creativity, design, and production. Through its acclaimed film, television, and gaming program, Insight strives to produce unique books and products that provide new ways to engage with fan-favorite characters and stories. For more information, visit www.insighteditions.com.

ABOUT DC
DC is one of the largest English-language publishers of comics and graphic novels in the world and home to some of the most iconic and recognizable characters ever created. As a creative unit of WarnerMedia, DC is charged with strategically integrating its stories and characters across film, television, consumer products, home entertainment, interactive games, and the DC Universe digital subscription service. For more information visit dccomics.com and dcuniverse.com.

ABOUT WARNER BROS. CONSUMER PRODUCTS
Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP), a WarnerMedia Company, extends the Studio’s powerful portfolio of entertainment brands and franchises into the lives of fans around the world. WBCP partners with best-in-class licensees globally on an award-winning range of toys, fashion, home décor, and publishing inspired by franchises and properties such as DC, Wizarding World, Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera, HBO, Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. The division’s successful global themed entertainment business includes groundbreaking experiences such as The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi. With innovative global licensing and merchandising programs, retail initiatives, promotional partnerships and themed experiences, WBCP is one of the leading licensing and retail merchandising organizations in the world.

BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES – THE PHANTOM CITY CREATIVE COLLECTION
Insight Editions | Sept 2020 | 9.25 in. × 12.75 in. | 144 pages
Hardcover | $60.00
ISBN: 978-1-68383-964-4

Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection will be available from Insight Edition in hardcover starting October 6, 2020 for $60US through traditional and digital retail outlets. Stay tuned for further coverage on Batman: The Animated Series – The Phantom Creative Collection, including a review and more. Plus, for more on Batman: The Animated Series, check out the extensive dedicated subsite right here at The World’s Finest. Discuss this news by clicking the link below.

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Upcoming “Batman: The Adventures Continue” Details, More, From DC Comics For September 2020

DC Comics has provided details for its September 2020-shipping titles, including the latest issue of the digital-first mini-series Batman: The Adventures Continue. The seven-issue mini-series, which features new stories from the world of Batman: The Animated Series, debuts new issues digitally before print editions are made available. DC Comics is also releasing a special $2 reprint of The Batman Adventures #4 and a Nightwing-themed Batman Adventures digest-sized collection. Continue below for artwork and release details.

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BATMAN: THE ADVENTURES CONTINUE #4
Written by ALAN BURNETT and PAUL DINI
Art by TY TEMPLETON
Cover by JAMES HARREN
Card stock variant cover by BEN CALDWELL

A new type of vengeance comes to Gotham City! The flaming sword of Azrael burns through the city in search of a stolen artifact from the Church of St. Dumas. Can Batman protect his home from Azrael’s fury? And who would be looking for the resurrecting powers of the Shawl of Madelyn in the first place?
ON SALE 09/01/20
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES | 4 OF 7
CARD STOCK VARIANT COVER $4.99 US
FC | DC
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Batman: The Animated Series

DC CLASSICS: THE BATMAN ADVENTURES #4
Written by MARTIN PASKO
Art by BRAD RADER and RICK BURCHETT
Cover by TY TEMPLETON

Someone has thrown Gotham City into utter chaos by stealing the entire population’s ability to read! It’s up to the Dynamic Duo to stop the riots and looting in the streets—and at the same time, they must learn how this crime was committed, and who was behind it!
ON SALE 09.01.18
$1.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | DC

Batman Adventures

BATMAN ADVENTURES: NIGHTWING RISING TP
Written by HILARY BADER and TY TEMPLETON
Art by RICK BURCHETT, BO HAMPTON, and TERRY BEATTY
Cover by TY TEMPLETON

Witness the birth of Nightwing in these all-ages tales set in the beloved Batman animated world! Dick Grayson has been incredible at playing Batman’s sidekick—but when Robin decides to leave Batman and fight crime on his own, what does that mean for Gotham City? And as one Robin moves on, another starts his journey—Tim Drake! Also featuring The Joker, Two-Face, and Batgirl. Collects The Batman Adventures: The Lost Years #1-5 and Batman: Gotham Adventures #1.

Additional details and imagery for Batman: The Adventures Continue available at The World’s Finest. Plus, stay tuned for additional updates on Batman: The Adventures Continue right here at The World’s Finest. For more on Batman: The Animated Series, check out the extensive dedicated subsite right here at The World’s Finest.

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Batman: The Definitive History of the Dark Knight in Comics, Film, and Beyond

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Batman: The Definitive History of the Dark Knight in Comics, Film, and Beyond

Publisher: Insight Editions
Release Date – Oct. 29, 2019


Since his 1939 debut in the pages of Detective Comics, Batman has become an icon, instantly recognizable the world over. Through the years, Gotham City’s guardian has been interpreted in so many radically different ways that we all now have our own Batman. To some, he’s the colorful Caped Crusader who dispatches villains with a POW! To others, he’s the grim Dark Knight hell-bent on avenging the death of his parents. And to others still he’s made of LEGO, has great abs and likes to eat lobster thermidor!

BatmanIn celebration of the Dark Knight’s 80th Anniversary, this deluxe volume tells the complete story of Batman and the many forms he’s taken across comics, TV, animation, film, video games and beyond, to present a compelling portrait of one of the most recognizable and versatile characters in the history of fiction. Covering the complete history of Batman in vivid detail, the book features exclusive commentary from the key creatives who have been instrumental in building the Dark Knight’s ongoing legacy, including Neal Adams, Tim Burton, Paul Dini, Steve Englehart, Mark Hamill, Grant Morrison, Julie Newmar, Christopher Nolan, Denny O’Neil, Joel Schumacher, Scott Snyder and Zack Snyder.

Along with taking readers on an unparalleled journey into the creation of the most memorable Batman moments in the character’s eighty-year history—from the “Knightfall” comics arc to Tim Burton’s films and the Arkham video game series—the book offers incomparable access to the DC and Warner Bros. archives to deliver an avalanche of never-before-seen visual treasures that are guaranteed to blow the minds of Batman fans everywhere.

This book contains new writing and never-before-seen content, including a foreword by Michael Keaton, a preface from Dennis O’Neil, an introduction by Kevin Conroy, never-before-seen photography and concept art, along with sketches, animation cels, storyboards and much more! Filled with exclusive insert items, Batman: The Definitive History of the Dark Knight in Comics, Film, and Beyond, is the ultimate exploration of a true legend whose impact on our culture has no limits.


Batman: The Definitive History of the Dark Knight in Comics, Film, and Beyond
By James Harvey

It goes without saying, Batman: The Definitive History of The Dark Knight In Comics, Film & Beyond is a book that you need to own, especially if you have any interest in Batman or the character’s storied history. As the title says, this book covers, well, nearly everything. Surprisingly thorough and even fairly up-to-date in terms of the character’s media status and comic book continuity,  Batman: The Definitive History of The Dark Knight In Comics, Film & Beyond offers up everything you need to know on Batman’s impressive 80-year career, shining a signal on both his biggest events and some of his not-so-well-known adventures.

Written by Andrew Farago and Gina McYntir, Batman: The Definitive History of The Dark Knight In Comics, Film & Beyond not only delivers on the lofty premise of its title, but actually exceeds expectations. Not every era or iteration gets the same amount of coverage, but the authors offer up an commendable balance of the bigger events coupled with some of the more lesser-known happenings of the Caped Crusader. The book is split into chapters covering either a specific spin or time period of The Dark Knight, and is laid out in a mostly chronological order, though some chapters focusing on a specific aspect of Batman’s history cause the book to slightly jump around (the Tim Burton/Joel Schumacher content, for example). There’s a wealth of knowledge on display here, and it’s a safe bet most readers will be hit with a fair amount of new details from Batman’s assorted multi-media career.

While the book does cover the different cowls Batman has worn over the decades, the character’s four-color origins remain the base for this tome, which serves as a nice connective tissue throughout. Even though the book does end on some of the character’s more recent interpretations (Gotham, the DC Extended Universe), Batman: The Definitive History of The Dark Knight In Comics, Film & Beyond never forgets where this all began. What’s impressive about this book is how, given the 80 years covered here, not only is the coverage balanced, but it’s easy to digest and never over-whelming. There’s a clear appreciation for the character here, so the book never feels like a history lesson but instead a testament to the icon’s incredible cultural impact. It’s an engaging read no matter how familiar one may be with Batman, which is commendable given the 400-ish page count.

Every era of Batman, on the page or otherwise, is given its proper due here. Whether it’s the dark avenger from the 1930s, the upbeat super-hero from the 1960s, the established vigilante of the 1980s and 1990s, up to the refreshed, rebirth-ed armored crime-fighter of today, all of the character’s different portrayals are laid out and, especially in the context of a book such as this, it’s fascinating to see how the character has evolved over the years. His assorted comics over the decades – Batman and Detective Comics, along with his assorted spin-off books and team titles – get plenty of ink, as do key storylines from throughout the years (think “Death in the Family,” “Knightfall,” “The Court of Owls,” “The Dark Knight Returns,” “The Killing Joke,”No Man’s Land,” and so on). Looking at all these events captured and broken down in one book makes you appreciate just how many changes and events Batman has endured during his publishing history. Naturally, given how big some of these events are, be it in terms of storytelling or the impact on Batman’s pop culture status, some do get dedicated chapters (like The Dark Knight Returns), while other are grouped together primarily on their placement in the timeline (Tim Burton’s Batman gets a chapter to itself, for example, and rightfully so, as does Batman: The Animated Series).

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That said, there’s a notable lack of coverage concerning all the action figures and similar collectibles that Batman has inspired over the year. An odd oversight, but by no means is it a major blow to the book, just unfortunate (though likely with a legitimate reason why).

For what’s included, nearly all of it is supported with a wealth of supplemental materials and inserts. Batman’s introductory story in Detective Comics #27 is reprinted here in a slightly larger than standard comic trim size insert, and it looks great. To offer a small taste, the book also offers up the 1950s Batmobile schematics, select storyboards from the Batman-centric The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians episode “The Fear,” Batman: Year One script pages, character designs from the movies, and much more. There’s behind-the-scenes photos, character and costume designs, storyboards, sketches and much much more. There’s one particular insert at the very end of the book that is cool, so neat, that I don’t want to spoil it here. And all of this is on top of a cool foreword by Michael Keaton, a history-laden preface by Dennis O’Neil and a wonderful introduction by Kevin Conroy (coupled with a fantastic full-page splash of the Dark Knight from Batman: The Animated Series). They’re all extremely well-written and the perfect way to set the tone of this massive tome.

All this incredible content is housed in an attractive, and surprisingly heavy, oversized package. It’s a big, weighty book, make no mistake, but it’s thankfully binded in a way that doesn’t make it cumbersome or awkward to read. It lays out flat and is easy to flip through. The overall design of the book too is attractive, with simple, themed page layouts and some fantastic cover artwork by John Guydos that succinctly encapsulates the Dark Knight’s history across page and screen. The comic book version of Batman appropriately looms over all the different media interpretations that have sprung forth since Detective Comics #27. It’s admittedly cool to see all these different versions of Batman share the same cover.

Like the cover, the book essentially tells Batman’s story throughout the decades both on the page and in the real world. Batman: The Definitive History of The Dark Knight In Comics, Film & Beyond takes us from his early, scrappy beginnings to his current status as an icon known around the world, and it makes for an interesting and at-times fascinating read. To watch the character evolve throughout the decades is engaging and, even if we know where this journey may (hopefully) never end, it’s still a page-turner. There’s a level of respect on display here by the authors, who make sure that nearly every aspect of the character’s legacy is given it’s due. Even some of the lesser moments are given their due in a way that isn’t disrespectful or mocking, which is a testament to Farago and McYntir’s thoughtful approach to the material. 

A massive love letter to Batman’s 80-year history, both on and off the page,Batman: The Definitive History of The Dark Knight In Comics, Film & Beyond is an impressive release from Insight Editions. Everything about this book, from the content within to its overall design and presentation, is top-notch. Not only is it a book that every Batman fan should add to their collection, but for those new to the character, it’s an incredible summation of the Dark Knight’s first 80 years. And, equally important, it’s just as well-written as it is meticulously researched. There’s an undeniable flow from paragraph to paragraph that makes this book nearly impossible to put it down, even with it clocking in at around 400 pages. Even at the suggested retail price of $75, this book is worth every penny (and it’s the ideal gift for yourself or for the Bat-fan in your life). No question about it, this is a book needs to be in your collection. Batman: The Definitive History of The Dark Knight In Comics, Film & Beyond is a Must Own!

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Please note that while Insight Editions provided a copy of this book for review, that did not impact or influence the product’s final assessment.

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