Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is a 1993 American animated superhero film featuring the DC Comics character Batman.Directed by Eric Radomski and Bruce Timm, it is a cinematic stand-alone continuation of Batman: The Animated Series and the first original theatrical film produced by Warner Bros. It seems that the timing between James Gunn signing on to The Suicide Squad and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. And lurking in the background of all this is the Joker, who also has ties to Beaumont. The only other person besides Bruce and Selina to have been along for the whole ride has been the Joker, and what he did in the past is going to have direct consequences on today and tomorrow. I'm not saying it's right, or even sane, but it's all I've got left. “Yes, I would say that the change is still coming and that it’s going to be in Bat/Cat.”. She escapes unharmed, but Batman attempts to apprehend her. In Batman/Catwoman, a crime story told across three separate timelines, Tom King, Clay Mann and Tomeu Morey return to the romantic saga of Batman and Catwoman, continuing the story they began in the pages of Batman! .cls-2{mix-blend-mode:screen}.cls-3{fill:none;stroke:red;stroke-miterlimit:10;stroke-width:4px}.cls-4{fill:red}. Catwoman is serving a very cold dish: Revenge. Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle’s 80-Year Romance Continues [4] King and Mann have since posted additional Phantasm art from the upcoming series on their Twitter accounts. And in the present, Bruce and Selina’s union is threatened by the arrival of one of Batman’s past flings, Andrea Beaumont, a.k.a. (Image Credit: DC Comics), Art by Mikel Janin. Batman/Catwoman writer Tom King has shared haunting preview art featuring the Phantasm by artist Clay Mann ahead of the series' December launch. All the latest gaming news, game reviews and trailers. The screenwriters of Batman: Mask of the Phantasm included Alan Burnett, Martin Pasko, Paul Dini, and Michael Reaves. Batman #50: Every Comic Cover for Batman and Catwoman's Wedding. Believing all obstacles are removed from their path, they once again begin operating as a duo in their secret lives: Batman and Catwoman working together to fight crime. [2] The fact that Andrea is revealed as the main villain in a plot twist is a convention of the femme fatale stock character. Batman/Catwoman, by Tom King, Clay Mann, Tomeu Morey and Clayton Cowles, edited by Jamie S. Rich and Brittany Holzherr, will launch a 12-issue run on December 1, … It’s not so far-fetched to assume that King will return to one of the themes that runs through both Mister Miracle and The Vision: parenthood. The CW has announced when we will finally see some new episodes of its various series that have been delayed due to the pandemic. 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"[7] Batman attempts to reason with Andrea and begs her to leave, and she disappears in a cloud of smoke. The film was written by Alan Burnett, Paul Dini, Martin Pasko, and Michael Reaves. In 2004's Batman Adventures: Shadows and Masks, Andrea goes undercover in the Black Mask's organization, the False Face Society. They send a hitman, who would later become the Joker, to do the job. Andrea argues that the murder would defile the Batman legacy by breaking Bruce's paramount rule: to never take a life. Read more of his work here. It was at this moment, that she fell in love with Bruce. It was the artist’s idea to include her in the story, according to King. The go-to source for comic book and superhero movie fans. Phantasm. Clay is deeply involved in the story process and he’s a brilliant storyteller. The two must also contend with the ever-present threat of the Joker, as well as Bruce's former lover Andrea Beaumont, aka the Phantasm. My dad, my life, you. Andrea Beaumont, also known as the Phantasm, is a fictional DC Comics supervillain and antiheroine created by Alan Burnett and Paul Dini and designed by Bruce Timm.Beaumont first appeared as the main antagonist in the 1993 DC animated universe (DCAU) film Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, where she was established as the ex-fiancée of Bruce Wayne/Batman and an archenemy of the Joker.