After the success of Batman, Warner Bros. once again tapped Tim Burton to bring the Dark Knight to the sliver screen in the sequel, Batman Returns. While there was no Internet to rampantly speculate about what villain Batman should face off against after the Joker's demise at the conclusion of the 1989 film, the possibilities were endless. Show More Summary
In case it hasn't been drilled into your head enough, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will have the titular heroes fight each other. Reminiscent of their battle in the graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns, Bruce Wayne will wear high-tech...Show More Summary
Don't go looking for a diploma in the Batcave. The Dark Knight's alter ego left Gotham City for a stint at Princeton University, but as "Batman Begins" fans know, he returned home and then embarked on a very different kind of study abroad. "No...Show More Summary
Fans have one more incentive to preorder "Batman: Arkham Knight" -- the "Gotham's Future" Skin Pack.
An old but still tough Batman comes out of retirement to punch a bad guy in The Dark Knight Returns Deluxe Boxed Set. Based on Frank Miller’s classic tale of Batman once again putting on the cape and cowl, this limited-edition piece includes Batman and the Mutant Leader during their battle in the Gotham City […]
Didn't get your hands on one of Mezco's One:12 Collective Dark Knight Returns Batman figures the first time around? Do you really love that moment from the book where Batman takes on the Mutant Leader in the mud pit and loses horribly?...Show More Summary
Mezco’s 6.5” tall Dark Knight Returns Batman figure is already one of the best ever renditions of the Batman in figure form. But as a special bonus for San Diego Comic Con, the figure is getting a great upgrade that just makes it all the more fantastic. Read more...
Assuming everyone isn't so burned out on Frank Miller that they retroactively hate his earlier greatness too, this could be the hot ticket in summer con exclusives. Mezco's 1/12 scale cloth-cost...
Relive the days of Beetlejuice dressing up as the Dark Knight in Batman Returns with the Batman and Bruce Wayne Sixth-Scale Figure Set. Based on the actors and characters of Tim Burton’s Batman Returns, the Michael Keaton figure stands 11.80-inches tall while the Batman figure stands almost 13-inches tall. Each figure has over 30 points […]
When Batman returns to the big screen next year in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, he'll have a new set of wheels. As with almost every incarnation of the Dark Knight, the Batmobile will be the Caped Crusader's primary method of transportation in his war against crime. Show More Summary
The legendary comics artist who drew The Dark Knight Returns won’t be handling the art chores for its upcoming follow-up. So who should? Read more...
Frank Miller and DC Comics have announced a third entry in Miller's Dark Knight series. News by Peter Derk Frank Miller's Batman returned, he struck again, and now he's back for the third time. And this time...well, not much is known...Show More Summary
There were a significant number of new comics announced at this year’s Chicago Comics & Entertainment Expo (C2E2), but one piece of news dominated the convention: Frank Miller returning to Batman for The Dark Knight III: The Master Race. Show More Summary
In Batman: Arkham Knight, Batman won't be alone in his fight to take back Gotham. A new set of teaser trailers released by Warner Bros. confirm the return of a few key allies of the Dark Knight.Click To Continue Reading
Since Tim Burton’s brooding, black-as-oil Batman hit theaters in 1989, the cinematic world of Bob Kane’s iconic detective has drawn invariably from the comics of Frank Miller. Miller’s 1986 The Dark Knight Returns, a four-part story about Batman’s return from retirement and self-imposed exile, seeped into the crevices of every... More »
DC Comics confirmed today that Frank Miller is returning to write a second and final sequel to his extraordinarily influential Batman series The Dark Knight Returns. The 1986 series, along with other graphic novels like Alan Moore’sShow More Summary
DC Comics has announced that Frank Miller will write a third Batman series to complete what will now be a trilogy begun with The Dark Knight Returns. The Dark Knight: The Master Race is planned as an “epic conclusion of the celebrated...Show More Summary
The writer behind DC's Dark Knight discusses his plans for the once and future Batman and the return of his Vertigo vampire hit.
Nearly 30 years after the release of The Dark Knight Returns, and almost 15 after The Dark Knight Strikes Again, Frank Miller is coming back to DC comics for a third installment in his series of stories about an older Batman in a world of corruption. Show More Summary
DC Entertainment announced today that bestselling, iconic Batman writer and artist Frank Miller will write the epic conclusion of the celebrated THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS saga. The “THE DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE” is the sequel to...Show More Summary