Batman: 75th Anniversary: Poster Posse Edition: Phase One

Batman: 75th Anniversary: Poster Posse Edition: Phase One

The Poster Posse have done it again, this time they are using their talents to pay tribute to one of the most popular and iconic comic book character regardles of publishing company: Batman. Check out how they honor The Dark Knight for his 75th anniversary.

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By jmartinez986 - 7/7/2014





This year, Batman is celebrating his 75th anniversary. There have been many tributes so far this year to honor that, and the latest is from the very talented group of artists, Poster Posse. Their creativity and talent gets more recognition as they constantly keep bringing us quality pieces of art. With that said, here they showcase those talents and give us, Phase One of the Batman: 75th Anniversary - Poster Posse Tribute.
Enjoy!!



Batmans 75th Fin - Daniel Nash


Artist: 
Daniel Nash








JHUGHES_Batman75posterFINAL_MED


Artist:
John Hughes






BATMAN 75 Laurie Greasley (medium size)

Artist: 
Laurie Greasly





Joker_Final_Logos_Flat


The Jokers
Artist:
Robert Bruno







batman1500


Artist:
Andy Fairhurst






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The Joker
Artist:
Luke Butland




Scarecrow

Scarecrow
Artist:
Luke Butland







Print


Artist:
Florey




BATMANNEW

Artist:
Ben Mcleod





Batman-Adam_Rabalais-FINAL_web


Artist:
Adam Rabalais





THIS IS BAT COUNTRY



This is Bat Country
Artist:
Simon Caruso






batman_75_web
Artist:
Berkay Daglar






TDK_AA_final_web_72


Artist:
Arden Avett







Beyond-01


Batman Beyond
Artist:
Salvador Anguiano


 

Batman is a fictional character, a comic book superhero appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. Batman was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill FInger, and first appeared in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939) 
Originally referred to as "the Bat-Man", and still referred to at times as "the Batman", the character is additionally  known as "the Caped Crusader", "the Dark Knight", and "the World's Greatest Detective", among other titles.
Batman is the secret identity of Bruce Wayne,  an American Billionaire, industrialist, and philnthropist. Having witnessed the murder of his parents as a child, he swore revenge on criminals, an oath tempered with the greater ideal of justice.

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sameoldthing - 7/7/2014, 4:49 PM
The one using the fireplace is very evocative. Nice work.
staypuffed - 7/7/2014, 5:05 PM
Good stuff!
unknownfacts - 7/7/2014, 5:17 PM
Amazing art work.
Superior - 7/7/2014, 5:38 PM
Cool art an article.
SidTheSloth - 7/7/2014, 9:02 PM
The Berklay Dagler one is [frick]ing awesome!

Hell most of them are amazing
BlackIceJoe - 7/7/2014, 10:33 PM
They all look great.
jambabeanjuice - 7/7/2014, 10:35 PM
Great looking posters! Love the Beyond one!
ChuckV - 7/7/2014, 10:52 PM
Wow, awesome artwork!!!
YOR - 7/7/2014, 11:17 PM
He still should be called the Bat-man.I mean his name isn't Joe Batman,He's The Bat-Man.The 1989 Batman movie got it right when He told the thug "I'm the Bat-man". Batman should only be used in an off hand way.
Tetrahedron - 7/7/2014, 11:47 PM
Arden Avett...you wouldn't be dating a Kardashian, would you?

FaptainMerica - 7/8/2014, 12:25 AM
@ Yor

In Batman '89, and Batman Begins he says "I'm Batman", the media, and Gotham Police refer to him as "The Bat-Man" ... which is how it should be.

75 years to the greatest vigilante of all-time. Bow down.
Jollem - 7/8/2014, 12:39 AM
sick, sick work. love it
acheronmagnuz - 7/8/2014, 12:57 AM
Nice.. I like the one with the fireplace too..
JackRyan9859 - 7/8/2014, 1:35 AM
where was all this awesome stuff for Superman when he turned 75???
MrBlackjack - 7/8/2014, 1:35 AM
Those are [frick]ing incredible!
MantiniuMan - 7/8/2014, 3:26 AM
The Jokers together is sick...

Overall nice...
Doopie - 7/8/2014, 5:49 AM
The Jack/Heath one is incredible
ChuckV - 7/8/2014, 9:58 AM
"Where was all this awesome stuff for Superman when he turned 75???"

Warner Bros. had been embroiled in legal troubles regarding the copyright of Superman (and derivative properties like Superboy) during that time.

Guess they downplayed the character just in case things didn't work out for them?

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