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

Batman Beyond #37 review

Dan Jurgens’ Batman Beyond is in a transitional state after the previous arc has left Terry with amnesia and has introduced a mystery newcomer…

Catwoman #16 review

Texture has always been a key component I look for whenever I’m reading a story, whether it be a comic or traditional prose. It’s…

Batman Beyond #36 review

Batman Beyond #36 concludes what is definitely the weakest arc in Dan Jurgens’ otherwise very solid run. Even at the series’ lowest point, Jurgens…

Catwoman #15 Review

Every comic book character has a certain type of story that they fit best. This doesn’t mean that a character like Catwoman should forever…

Batman Beyond #35 review

I’ve been reading and watching a lot of Batman Beyond the last few weeks to re-familiarize myself with the world and its characters. In…

Catwoman #14 Review

Cinematic. That’s the first word that came to mind as I read through Catwoman #14 written by guest writer Ram V with art by…