Uniquely Cool BATMAN: YEAR 100 Comic Art by Paul Pope
Back in 2006 there was a Batman mini comic book series called Batman: Year 100 that featured a very unique style for the Dark Knight. It has been years since I've even thought about this comic, but thanks to Geek Draw, I was reminded of its awesomeness, and I wanted to share it. Maybe some of you have seen the comic, maybe you haven't. Either way, check out some of the amazing art created for it by Paul Pope. I'm kind of mad at myself for not remembering this comic run.
Visionary writer/artist Paul Pope presents a futuristic mystery of epic proportions set in a dark, dystopian world devoid of privacy and filled with government conspiracies, psychic police, holographic caller ID and absolutely no room for "secret identities."
In Gotham City, 2039, a federal agent is murdered and a contingent of Washington's top agents is hot on the suspect's trail. The Batman, a forgotten icon from the past, is wanted for the murder. Amid the chaos Gotham City Police Detective Gordon, grandson of the former commissioner, discovers that the man they are chasing shouldn't exist at all.