Batman: City Legends reveals precisely how briskly the legendary Batmobile can go.
A preview for Batman: City Legends #21 options pages from the difficulty’s “The Wheelman of Gotham” story by author Anthony Falcone and writer-artist Michael Cho, during which Batman pursues a mysterious getaway driver who has been outrunning the Gotham Metropolis Police Division for weeks. Batman offers chase within the Batmobile and is shocked at how the motive force retains forward of him in a mere sedan. Batman’s interior dialogue particulars that the Batmobile’s high pace is 230 miles per hour, however it’s able to as much as 350 miles per hour for under ten seconds when its thrusters are activated. Simply as Batman is about to shut in on the felony nicknamed “Getaway,” the motive force pulls a swift U-turn that leaves the Batmobile on a collision course with a dump truck.
BATMAN: URBAN LEGENDS #21
- Written by MICHAEL CHO, ANTHONY FALCONE, JOEY ESPOSITO, DENNIS CULVER and JULIO ANTLE
- Artwork by MICHAEL CHO, VASCO GEORGEIV, HAYDEN SHERMAN, and others
- Cowl by MICHAEL CHO
- Variant cowl by JORGE FORNÉS
- Variant cowl by EDWIN GALMON
- $7.99 US | 64 pages | Status
- (all covers are card inventory)
- ON SALE 11/8/22
- This month’s challenge brings you the Dynamic Duo pushing the Batmobile to its absolute limits. The Homicide Membership has thrown Batman’s life into chaos—how will Robin, Alfred and Nightwing maintain him collectively? Arkham Academy opens its doorways to its first-ever class of scholars associated to Gotham’s best villains—will they make the grade? And we see Renee Montoya’s final days as a detective earlier than she grew to become Gotham Metropolis’s latest commissioner.
The Batmobile first appeared alongside Batman in 1939’s Detective Comics #27, the place began out as a plain-looking crimson automotive. The picture of the automobile has utterly reworked over time, with trendy depictions often exhibiting the Batmobile as a high-tech, all-purpose, crime-fighting machine. Its look has diverse from a closely armored tank to a modern racecar just like the one seen in “The Wheelman of Gotham,” however most variations sport components to slot in with Bruce Wayne’s bat theme.
Batman’s Batmobile Is Simply One in every of Many Flashy Automobiles
The Batmobile is only one of a number of different bat-themed autos owned by the Caped Crusader. There have been Batplanes and jets just like the Batwing, together with themed rocket ships, boats, helicopters and bikes. At one time limit, Batman even rode on an enormous crimson batarang, known as Batarang X. For lots of the eventualities the Darkish Knight faces, Batman is usually depicted as having simply the suitable automobile for the missions that come his approach.
Batman: City Legends is an anthology sequence specializing in the titular hero and his allies, every challenge that includes a number of storylines both as elements of a bigger arc or self-contained quick tales. “The Wheelman of Gotham” and “Survivor’s Guilt” are two unbiased tales in City Legends #21, which kicks off the three-part “Arkham Academy” arc. The problem additionally continues the title’s “Homicide Membership” story, which incorporates a youthful Batman investigating the mysterious killings of Gotham’s rich elite.
Together with Falcone and Cho, “The Wheelman of Gotham” options colours by Dave Stewart and letters by Lucas Gattoni. Different tales in Batman: City Legends #21 are contributed to by writers Julio Anta, Dennis Culver and Joey Esposito, artists Miguel Mondonca, Hayden Sherman and Vasco Georgiev, colorists Roman Stevens, Jordie Bellaire and Alex Guimarães, and letterers Becca Carey, Pat Brosseau and Carlos M. Mangual. Together with important cowl artwork by Cho, the difficulty options variant cowl art work by Edwin Galmon and Jorge Fornés, and goes on sale Nov. 8 from DC Comics.
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