The Top 100 Comic Book Storylines Countdown is now in the top FIVE! Which Frank Miller classic made it into the top five - Batman Year One or the Dark Knight Returns? Find out!
Thor: The Dark World 2013, Walt Disney Studios Still so weird to me that Disney has owned Marvel Comics for a number of years now. As if the House of Mouse wasn’t powerful enough before that and let’s not even get started on them owning Star Wars! I’m waiting for Patton Oswalt’s fanfic to actually […]
The cover for “The Dark Knight Returns” was awesome, with the image of Batman’s silhouette in front of the lightning creating an iconic image that’s hard to forget, but the God of Thunder Returns T-Shirt shows how that image could be improved just a little bit. Thor and lightning, along with thunder, go together like […]
Back in 2006, Frank Miller–the cartoonist behind Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, as well as 300 and Sin City–announced that he would be writing and drawing a graphic novel for DC Comics called Holy Terror, in which Batman would take on al-Qaeda and face Osama bin Laden. Show More Summary
Gregg Hurwitz and Alex Maleev return to "Batman: The Dark Knight" #24, giving Clayface "a road to hell paved with good intentions."
Warner Home Video and DC Animation made many Batman fans dreams come true last year by finally creating every Batman fans dream project: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. Only problem was they decided to split the movie into two parts. Now, we finally get Batman: The Dark Knight Returns: Deluxe Edition, come on its Warner […]
After scoring Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel,' Hans Zimmer isn't quite sure if he wants to return to the 'Dark Knight' once again for 'Batman vs. Superman.' The post Hans Zimmer ‘Might Not Feel Right’ Scoring ‘Batman Vs. Superman’ appeared first on Screen Rant.
We should have seen this coming. Last fall, Warner Animation unleashed Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1, adapting the first two issues of Frank Miller’s seminal prestige format miniseries. In January, we finally got Part 2, completing...Show More Summary
Zack Snyder‘s choice of teasing text from The Dark Knight Returns, as well as casting Ben Affleck, both offer huge hints of what we can expect July 17, 2015. That’s when Snyder’s DC expanding follow up to Man of Steel, likely titled Batman vs. Superman, will be released. Affleck is older than any other new [...]
1. Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne, Batman (1989) Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman went into production in the wake of Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Year One as well as Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s The Killing Joke, allShow More Summary
Georgia, Guy English, Dave Wiskus, Moisés Chiullan, and Rene Ritchie talk Batman from Adam West to Dark Knight Returns, Year One, Killing Joke, the Tim Burton movies, the Animated, the Christopher Nolan movies, and Affleck. type="audio/mpeg">...Show More Summary
'Dark Knight' and 'Man of Steel' composer Han Zimmer talks about possibly returning to score the next Superman movie, which will feature Ben Affleck as Batman.
Composer Hans Zimmer has seemingly cornered the market on DC Comics feature films, having written the score for Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy and Zack Snyder's Man of Steel. He's now poised to combine the two in essence with Warner Bros. Show More Summary
The Dark Knight's return to handheld gaming will feature multiple endings in an homage to classic old-school games of bygone eras. Read more...
CBR wants to know, what do you think of the news that Ben Affleck is returning to the world of big-screen superheroes as the Dark Knight in Warner Bros. upcoming "Batman/Superman" film?
It looks like there may still be hope that Christian Bale could return as Gotham's finest in the Batman / Superman film. A new ebook, " Beyond Batman: The Unauthorized True Story of Christian Bale and His Dark Knight Dilemma," suggests the actor is being offered up to $50 million to reprise his role of the Caped Crusader. Show More Summary
Frank Miller?s original cover art for the second issue of his landmark 1986 masterwork, The Dark Knight Returns, brought $478,000 and the highest-graded copy of Batman #1 ever certified ? a 9.2 grade by CGC Near Mint Minus ? brought $567,625 to lead Heritage Auctions? $6.7+ million Comic and Comic Art event in Dallas. Show More Summary
I have been dubious about whether the Man of Steel sequel that will also feature Batman will follow the course of the graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns. While Zack Snyder has revealed that Batman will be in the sequel and used aShow More Summary
Nordling here. According to the Independent, Zack Snyder will be meeting with Frank Miller on the direction that BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN (or vice versa) will take. At Comic-Con, Snyder evoked Miller's classic THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS as an...Show More Summary
At last month’s San Diego Comic-Con, Warner Bros. announced their plans for a Batman vs. Superman film by reading a passage from Frank Miller‘s comic book classic The Dark Knight Returns. Judging by the deafening roar and frantic tweeting that followed, the news was a welcome shock for fans the world over. That includes Miller himself, who apparently [...]