Michael Escalante

Based in Los Angeles, Michael Escalante is an award-winning writer-director of several short films and full-length scripts. Since graduating from UCLA and interning at Roger Corman’s New Horizons Pictures, he provided ghostwriting services on a feature film while working on his own feature debut, serving as writer, director, and editor. He’s also been obsessed with Batman from an early age and credits the world of comics for inspiring his current dedication to storytelling.

Michael Escalante

Catwoman #49 review

Catwoman #49 is the best issue in the series to come out in a while with its solid balance of well executed action sequences…

Nightwing #98 review

Tom Taylor cranks up the meta meter with the occasionally amusing Nightwing #98, which features the debut of Nite-Mite. Whenever a fifth dimensional imp…

Batman vs. Robin #3 review

Batman vs. Robin #3 runs like clockwork, efficiently setting up an easy to track sequence of events that deliver fun action while also digging…

Nightwing #97 review

Nightwing #97 is a well executed issue that slows down the series after its bombastic climax in ”The Battle for Blüdhaven’s Heart”. The stakes…

Catwoman #48 review

Catwoman #48 continues Selina and Valmont’s international adventure as they head to Tuscany to make a bid for Dario’s life. Nico Leon is back…

Batman vs. Robin #2 review

Batman vs. Robin #2 delivers a spectacle of exposition, clearly establishing the stakes and motivations of every character. It’s a risky endeavor, but Mahmud…

Nightwing #96 review

Nightwing #96 delivers a crowd pleasing, action packed finale to Tom Taylor’s “Battle for Blüdhaven’s Heart” storyline. The action is exciting, the character moments…

Catwoman #47 review

Catwoman #47 attempts to lighten the atmosphere of the series as Tini Howard sends Selina and Valmont on an international heist in a Swiss…

Batman vs. Robin #1 review

Batman vs. Robin #1 overcomes most of the pitfalls a “versus” title faces at its very conception. I don’t like seeing heroes fight each…