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Artist Chris Burnham says DC Comics is ‘like the Fortress of Solitude with cubicles and s**t’
Chris Burnham stops by the shows to talk Batman, Suicide Squad, and more.
Very few comic book artists can lay claim to an entire segment of Batman’s rich and brooding legacy. Thanks to Batman Incorporated, however, Chris Burnham can.
With credits on X-Men, Detective Comics, Action Comics, and more, the man behind Image Comics’ Officer Downe has already accumulated a rap sheet that any aspiring artist can admire. Our DotGeek webshow hosts Danni and Josh caught up with the man himself to discuss Batman: Bad Blood, Suicide Squad casting choices, and why he’s terrified of the construction site near his house.
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Ian Barker is a former video production contributor to the Daily Dot and Dot Esports. He now works as a social media producer for KXAN.