When it comes to the voice of Batman, there’s only one true Dark Knight vocalizer, and that is the great Kevin Conroy. He’s given utterance to Gotham’s greatest protector throughout the 90?s animated series, the subsequent animated movies, and video games. The latter of which, Batman: Arkham Asylum, has been heralded by critics and fans [...]
The Dark Knight returns in an all new video game this fall. The first trailer for Batman's "Arkham Origin" is here with Gotham's finest battling villain Deathstroke. It's a really short teaser, but the graphics already look like a vast improvement from franchises previous installment, "Arkham City." Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Vigilante: What gives you the right? What's the difference between you and me? Batman: I've got 802.11ac Read more...
I hate it when the Caped Crusader looks all slim and trim but that’s not a problem for the masked man captured in the Batman Unlimited Dark Knight Returns Action Figure. Frank Miller introduced us to a brand-new Batman with a completely new look in “The Dark Knight Returns.” He doesn’t look like a toned [...]
The best grouping of Frank Miller Dark Knight artwork ever to be offered in a single auction, led by one of the most evocative images from the famed series, The Dark Knight Returns #2 Batman and Robin Splash Page 36 Original Art (DC,...Show More Summary
DC made major news last week when they revealed that Carrie Kelly, from Frank Miller’s Dark Knight Returns, was making her “regular” DC Universe debut in Batman and Red Robin #19. Do you think that it is a good idea to add Kelly to the DC Universe? 1 Comments At April 15, 2013, Les Fontenelle [...]
It looks like Carrie Kelley, the female Robin to Grumpy Old Batman in Frank Miller's classic The Dark Knight Returns, is joining the DC universe proper. She's on the gatefold cover of Batman and Robin #19 (which comes out next Wednesday) in a Robin costume. Does this mean she'll actually be the next Robin? Maaaaybe. Read more...
The trouble with DC having a title called Batman and Robin is, well, they've got to have a Robin. If the cover to this month's issue is to be believed, that new Robin could very well be The Dark Knight Returns' Carrie Kelley. However,... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Warner Bros Home Entertainment has the year stacked with animated DC movies. Earlier this year we got Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 and this May will see the release of Superman: Unbound, but it's the next film that we're most excited about. Show More Summary
Reviewed by Mac McEntire Quote: "I feared this material would be too much for animators to handle, but they surprised me by going above and beyond."
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns was originally written in 1986. This, as you know, was a long time ago. While there are a lot of things that can be pointed out that can set the stage for those of us who are of a certain age (Top Gun! Crocodile Dundee!), the stage that I want to most set involves crime statistics. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Interactive has confirmed that the Dark Knight will be returning in as-of-yet unnamed entry in the Batman Arkham series, which will release sometime later this year. John Martin, chief financial officer and chief administrative officer at Warner confirmed the news in a recent investor call, saying “We also have a strong games release [...]
Peter Milligan talks about his story, "Return Of Batman," for DC Comics' digital-first series "Legends Of The Dark Knight," his love of Batman, interest in Ra's al Ghul and the freedom of the digital format.
Executive Producer Bruce Timm, "RoboCop" actor Peter Weller and the cast and crew of "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2" spoke with CBR at the red carpet premiere about the challenges of bringing Frank Miller's work to life.
The cast and crew of "The Dark Knight Returns: Part Two" took the stage with moderator Kevin Smith to talk about Frank Miller, Batman and the new animated "Dark Knight" DVD.
Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns is one of those seminal works that along with Alan Moore’s Watchmen forever changed the face of comics. These two works from the early – mid 80s transformed comics from camp that it became in the 70s to what it is today. Warner Home Video’s DC Animation group has [...]
The second part of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns demonstrates how the world has changed since the graphic novel source material was published in 1986. Frank Miller’s reinvention of Batman was also his personal reaction to the conservative, jingoistic United States of America of the decade. Show More Summary
Read our 'Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2' Review to see if the second half equals the greatness of the first.
The Dark Knight Returns: Part 2 hits shops and online stores on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download today, January 29th. Below you can check out a final clip from the adaptation of Frank Miller’s Batman book. The clip shows Batman final showdown with Joker in the infamous tunnel of love.
The latest clip from "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2" features the classic Batman/Joker showdown in the Tunnel of Love from Frank Miller's groundbreaking srtory. The animated film goes on sale today.