If there is one thing Warner Bros/ DC does better than Marvel, its their animated universe. From Flashpoint, The Dark Knight Returns, Young Justice, and everything in between, they absolutely knock it out of the park. This is not to say Marvel isn’t any good but the sheer volume of quality animated movies and shows that […]
The Clown Prince of Crime gets a new look with the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Joker Pop! Vinyl Figure. In Frank Miller’s Gotham City, the Joker is in a coma when we first see him but he wakes up when Bruce Wayne once again puts on the cape and cowl of Batman, almost as […]
Say bye to the Boy Wonder because the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Carrie Kelly Robin Pop! Vinyl Figure reveals that a Girl Wonder is now part of the Bat family. Unfortunately, there’s no pic, aside from concept art, for the product but we’re talking about Funko here so you know the Carrie Kelly Robin […]
It takes a Bat of Steel to fight a Man of Steel and Bruce Wayne is ready to rumble with the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Armored Batman Pop! Vinyl Figure. From the moment Bruce Wayne came out of retirement in Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns, a battle with Superman became inevitable. Batman knew […]
If you look at the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Unmasked Armored Batman Pop! Vinyl Figure and think it’s a little off because Bruce Wayne didn’t look that old in Batman v Superman then you need to have your geek card revoked. Batffleck was actually pretty good but you can’t go wrong with the original, […]
Frank Miller’s iconic vigilante is ready to leap into action with the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Batman Blue Version Pop! Vinyl Figure. Standing approximately 3 3/4-inches tall, Bruce Wayne leaves behind ten years of retirement to once again defend Gotham City, wearing his classic blue and gray suit featuring the bat symbol within a […]
The Gotham City of the future gets the hero it deserves and needs with the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Batman Black Version Pop! Vinyl Figure. Frank Miller’s epic saga about an older Batman cleaning up the streets of Gotham contained a few visual cues to go along with the incredible story about a Dark […]
30 years ago, The Dark Knight Returns showed an old, dissolute Bruce Wayne putting on the cape and cowl to become Batman again. This week, we get to see the tragic spiral that made him take it off. Read more...
The death of Jason Todd, alluded to by Alfred in "Batman: The Dark Knight," is explained, while new iconic villains make their TDK debuts.
Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello and John Romita "put together a tense, action-stuffed story about addiction and its consequences" in "The Last Crusade."
The 30th anniversary figures inject a bit of cuteness into Frank Miller's otherwise grim DC Comics classic.
The Caped Crusader gets dark and grim with the SDCC 2016 Exclusive The Dark Knight Returns Batman Bloody Version Bust Bank. Based on Frank Miller’s grimdark vigilante in The Dark Knight Returns, this vinyl bank stands roughly 6-inches tall and approximately 9-inches wide, and those bloody knuckles will make anybody think twice about dipping into […]
Although some plot elements are a return to the status quo, the DC one-shot also finds the Dark Knight "trying something new." SPOILERS!
Frank Miller’s much-lauded Batman miniseries, The Dark Knight Returns, shows an aging Bruce Wayne returning to vigilante antics after years in retirement. Because what’s more exciting than a rich white guy fighting crime? A middle-aged rich white guy beating up teenagers, apparently.
The Dark Knight returns... for a homecoming?
Dark Knight returns... with a new movie co-written by the BATMAN: EARTH ONE writer?
What did Jai Courtney have to say about the Suicide Squad reshoots? Did Batman actually kill anybody in The Dark Knight Returns? Is the Suicide Squad theme song being done by Skrillex and Rick Ross? What does the X-Men Origins: Wolverine...Show More Summary
Zack Snyder has cited "The Dark Knight Returns" in his depiction of Batman killing in "Batman v Superman." But does the vigilante actually kill anyone in that comic?
Back Issues is a feature discussing a major comic of the past. This week: The Dark Knight Returns, Frank Miller’s groundbreaking 1986 miniseries that thrust Batman back in the spotlight and served as major inspiration for Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Show More Summary
The Dark Knight III: The Master Race (issue 5 of 8 will be out in April) continues the story that began in Frank Miller's legendary '80s graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns, featuring an aging, bitter Batman returning to action. But its themes are torn from today's headlines. Show More Summary