Comic book writer and artist Frank Miller believes he’s never had a “meaningful crack at Superman.” He’s now taking his shot with a new Superman project. The author of The Dark Knight Returns, Sin City, and Batman: Year One is revolving his Superman story around the Man of Steel’s younger years. Show More Summary
The man who brought the world The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Year One (Two of the greatest Batman stories ever told), is finally gearing up to tackle the Man of Steel. For years, fans have accused Frank Miller of mishandling Superman given that he was featured as the Dark Knight’s antagonist in The Dark Knight Returns, but […]
Grant Morrison's near-future Gotham where Damian Wayne is Batman is returning in a new graphic novel, but who is this Dark Knight? The post Arkham Asylum 2: Damian Wayne’s Future Batman, Explained appeared first on CBR.
Telltale Games is returning to Gotham, and sooner than you think -- alongside new games based on their ongoing The Walking Dead series and their Fables adaptation, The Wolf Among Us, the game developer has confirmed a new Batman series is beginning this winter, pitting Bruce against the Riddler. More »
We’ve know for awhile that we’d (sorta) see return to the much loved Warner Bros. Animation Timmverse with the Batman & Harley Quinn movie and it is starting to look like the 90’s borne fan favourite and critical darling Dark Knight defining cartoon’s return might be more than just a one-off direct to home movie. ScreenRant has just reported that […]
Director Matt Reeves suggests The Batman could return to the Dark Knight's comic book roots with a noir-driven detective story. The post The Batman May Be ‘Noir-Driven’ Detective Film, Director Says appeared first on CBR.
Out with the old and in with the new! Next month, movies like Batman Returns, Catch Me If You Can, Crossroads, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 and Risky Business will be leaving HBO to make...
Bruce Wayne takes up the mantle of the Bat once again with the Batman The Dark Knight Returns Blue Version Bust, giving the bad guys of Gotham City a new reason to fear the night. Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns rocketed through the comic [...]
Following the release of Tim Burton’s Batman in 1989 and the sequel Batman Returns in 1992, Warner Bros. Pictures tried their hand at bringing the animated version of The Dark Knight to theaters with Batman: Mask of the Phantasm on Christmas Day in 1993. Show More Summary
Are you ready for the moment when Gotham returns, Batman begins, and a Dark Knight rises? If not, you's better get ready, as the new teaser for the Spring Premiere of Fox's Bat-prequel is riddled with Easter eggs from the movies -- as...Show More Summary
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out how Batman and Superman's Dark Knight Returns fight originally ended! The post Comic Legends: How Batman and Superman’s DKR Fight Originally Ended! appeared first on CBR.
It’s Old Batman, Carrie Robin, and the Mutant Leader! Prepare for the only Newsarama review this year to feature the term “nipple spikes!”
Holy Daleks, Batman! The Dark Knight returns to theaters this week in an epic battle of good versus evil. And in his quest to win back Batman’s attention, the Joker assembles “the worst […] The post Daleks Invade ‘Lego Batman Movie’ appeared first on Geek.com.
Of the many horrifying things about Donald Trump’s inauguration speech, one of the weirdest was its similarity to the speech Bane makes in The Dark Knight Rises about taking power from the corrupt elites and returning it to the people. Show More Summary
A new poster indicates that one of Frank Miller's comic book creations will be a part of the Brick Knight's solo movie adventure. The post A Dark Knight Returns Character Joins LEGO Batman Movie Cast appeared first on CBR.com.
After appearances in "Batman Returns" and "The Dark Knight Rises," it looks as if Selina Kyle will sit this film out. The post Ben Affleck’s Batman Movie (Probably) Won’t Include Catwoman appeared first on CBR.com.
Although just about every character in The LEGO Movie was delightful enough to deserve their own spinoff, only one truly warranted it: Will Arnett’s hilariously narcissistic Batman. The new trailer for The LEGO Batman Movie expands on what made that character so great, functioning as both a loving sendup and amazing satire of the iconic superhero. Show More Summary
The influential writer of "The Dark Knight Returns" and "Batman: Year One" dreams of a "much smaller" Batman movie. The post Frank Miller’s Advice For Batman Movie: ‘Lose the Toys’ appeared first on CBR.com.
Players can become a remastered Dark Knight in Batman Return to Arkham PS4. However, they also have the option to be the best Batman by earning all of the game’s new trophies. Rocsteady’s Arkham Asylum and Arkham City will be arriving in next-gen consoles in Batman Return to Arkham PS4. Show More Summary
With the KGBeast resurrected and after the Dark Knight, Batman turns to another back-from-the-dead ally. The post Batman’s Pre-Flashpoint Ally [SPOILER] Returns in All-Star Batman #3 appeared first on CBR.com.