Just when you thought Gotham had thier hands full dealing with future Batman villains Catwoman, Penguin, Riddler, Poison Ivy, and that recurring teaser the Joker, showrunner Bruno Heller recently teased another big Batman-Comic-Book-Villain, Dr. Show More Summary
Superman, Batman, and Catwoman are ready to take over the world with super-powered cuteness as the DC Comics Q-Pop Vinyl Figures. Standing 3 1/2-inches tall (not counting the base), each figure depicts the popular character in a fitting pose, with Superman standing atop the Daily Planet globe, Batman keeping an eye on Gotham City from […]
Here's another trailer for Fox's Commissioner Gordon prequel Gotham, featuring Ben McKenzie as the young detective investigating a crime scene while baddies Selina Kyle/Catwoman (Camren Bicondova), Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett-Smith) and Oswald Cobblepott/The Penguin (Robin Taylor) look on menacingly. But there may also be another villain's hand at work here:... More »
Cops James Gordon and Harvey Bullock are featured alongside villains The Penguin and Catwoman in a new 'Gotham' Comic-Con 2014 banner. [...]
In this series of illustration, artist Rick Celis re-envisions Disney characters as Gotham Villains. Elsa as Ms. Freeze, Ariel as Oracle, Pinocchio as Scarface, Tiana as Poison Ivy, Captain Amelia as Catwoman. [Source: Rick Celis on Deviantart | Follow Rick Celis on Facebook | Follow Rick Celis on Twitter]
What if H.R. Giger created Galactus? Or Nagel creating Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn? All these and more are in today's Line It Is Drawn!
The approaching final financial quarter of the year means major comics announcements for October through December, and DC Comics has spent the last two weeks unleashing a steady flow of news. With the new Gotham TV series set to airShow More Summary
?Ask Alfred.? What is it? It is an advice column penned by Batman?s butler? (?How do I get Catwoman?s litter stains out of my cape??) Is it a post-Aughties revamp of a long-forgotten search engine mascot? (RIP.) No (too bad!) and no (thank heavens). Show More Summary
We had a fun DC Comics exclusive earlier today but io9.com just got a nifty one too. One of their contributors, who also happens to be an awesome Nebula Award nominated sci-fi novelist, has just been announced as the new writer of Catwoman.
New-to-comics writer Genevieve Valentine and artist Garry Brown take on "Catwoman" this fall, with Selina Kyle joining the family business.
There's a shake-up coming to the DC universe. io9 can exclusively reveal that Catwoman writer Ann Nocenti will helm a new comic starring Klarion the Witch Boy in October — while io9's own Genevieve Valentine takes over Catwoman! We were able to talk to both writers about their series and what's in store. Read more...
The 1960s Batman and Robin (as well as Julie Newmar, AKA Catwoman) will appear on a Thursday evening panel to promote the Blu-ray and DVD release of the classic television version of the Caped Crusader. read more
Already got Batman’s armory? Complete Bats’ arsenal with this 1:12 scale The Bat from Hot Toys. Its LEDs and propellers can be toggled via remote control. Also comes with a fusion reactor plus Batman and Catwoman action figures.
Forget the new Gotham TV series, I want a Baywatch/Justice League series. DC's free to play Infinite Crisis unveiled its latest batch of new character costumes, and this time they're all summer-themed. Check out Lifeguard Aquaman, Beach Party Catwoman, and Summer Laughs Joker Below: Read more...
New 'Gotham' character posters feature young versions of Poison Ivy, Catwoman, the Riddler and many more.
New posters from Fox's Batman prequel series 'Gotham' highlight the heroes and villains in Gotham City, including James Gordon, The Penguin, The Riddler, Catwoman and Poison Ivy. [...]
The highly anticipated new series Gotham is already promising to go into excruciating detail about the origins of many members of Batman’s rogues gallery. The Penguin, The Riddler and Catwoman all already have a part to play in the show, and so far only the pilot’s been shot. The producers have also alluded to another […]
Fox’s Gotham is ostensibly the origin story of Jim Gordon and Batman, but it seems to be as much about the villains as it is the heroes. Catwoman, the Penguin, the Riddler, and Poison Ivy are just a few of the classic characters we can expect to meet, along with new inventions like Jada Pinkett […] The post ‘Gotham’ Director Wants to Introduce Mr. Freeze appeared first on /Film.
We already know that the likes of The Penguin, Catwoman, The Riddler and Poison Ivy will be seen in Fox's upcoming series "Gotham," but now director Danny Cannon might have revealed another potential villain whose origin will be told in the series.
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