It's now been confirmed that Season One of Telltale's Batman game is due to wrap up by December 2016.
If one game kept a goofy smile planted on my face throughout its entire E3 2016 demo, it was definitely Batman Arkham VR. The Arkham games have used the tagline "be the Batman" for a number of years now, but that's never rang more true than with a PlayStation VR headset strapped to my...
In a year with a dearth of surprises, Batman: Arkham VR was one of Sony's powerhouse reveals. The PSVR experience appears to be much more of a tech demo than a full-fledged Arkham game so far, but putting us in the shoes of one of the...Show More Summary
If Gotham can be depended upon to do one thing, it’s continue to expand its intrepid cast of future Batman players year after year. This thing’s starting to look like Game of Thrones they’ve got so many people in the mix, but here we are again, being teased with the imminent arrival of another major Batman character, just in time for season […]
It was reported earlier this year that Batman: The Killing Joke will be seen ahead of time at San Diego Conic-Con next month, but now fans will also have another opportunity to see it early for one day only in theaters.
News about the animated adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland‘s classic Batman graphic novel The Killing Joke has been coming thick and fast since its announcement earlier this year. One of the biggest pieces of news regarding the adaptation was the R-rating the film is receiving upon release. Fans are excited to see what Warner […]
Late last year, we heard that an R-rated animated adaptation of Alan Moore and artist Brian Bolland‘s 1988 The Killing Joke was in the works, which almost sounded too good to be true. A month and a half ago the story was confirmed: This interpretation of Moore’s classic comic book is indeed rated R. Show More Summary
One of the most eagerly anticipated Superhero films of the year, for comic book fans, isn’t coming out in theaters, it’s coming on Blu-ray in Aug, however some lucky fans will get to see one of the most controversial comic books EVER, Batman: The Killing Joke a little bit earliar. Show More Summary
Although not really surprising, a game of the year edition of Batman: Arkham Knight is seemingly in the works. Batman: Arkham Knight GOTY edition pops up on Amazon Germany Batman: Arkham Knight is almost one year old. Now that all add-ons have been released, the next logical step is to include everything in one package […]
Jesse Eisneberg, who was not one of the things we liked about Batman v Superman, confirms that he'll be returning as now-bald bad guy Lex Luthor for Justice League, which is due out next year. (He seems to enjoy BvS more than co-star Jeremy Irons.) Speaking at MCM London Comic-Con ... More »
Alfred Pennyworth may be Bruce Wayne's forever-loyal butler and best friend, but Jeremy Irons is not Alfred Pennyworth. Irons, one of the great actors of the last 40 years (remember that time he played twin gynecologists in David Cronenberg's lugubrious Dead Ringers?), and one of the few things we liked ... More »
We’ve seen more than one character take up the Robin mantle in various Batman comics, shows and films throughout the years — which makes the identity of the dearly departed Boy Wonder in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice somewhat intriguing. Show More Summary
Barbara Gordon goes undercover (sort of) with the Batman Impopster Batgirl Harley Quinn Pop! Vinyl Figure. Batgirl has had a few costume changes over the years but none have been as wild as this one and that’s because Batgirl is in disguise as Harley Quinn. She knows Harley is able to get close to the […]
In the time it’s taken to introduce two Superman franchises, two Batman ones, and three separate Spider-Men, 20th Century Fox has somehow managed to maintain one single X-Men continuity for 16 years—albeit one with its own complications. Show More Summary
If you’ve been paying any attention to the world of entertainment and movies you’ll know one thing: superhero adaptations are everywhere. This year has brought us conflict within the ranks of the heroes, with both Captain America: Civil War and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice focusing on the heroes kicking the crap out of each other. Show More Summary
It’s one of the most well-known Batman stories ever written, one that’s influenced the comics, the movies and all other Batman ephemera for almost 30 years now, and as you’re undoubtedly already aware, Batman: The Killing Joke is coming soon to a Blu-ray player near you. Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment announced last year […]
For years to come, one of the most divisive comic book films will be Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Among comic books fans, there are those who like what Zack Snyder to the table, and there are those who hated what he did with DC Comics iconic superheroes. Show More Summary
Back in March, Aquaman finally made his cinematic debut cameoing in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and after returning for Justice League: Part One last next year, Jason Momoa will reprise the character in his own movie. Few details...Show More Summary
Following last month’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, a very different Dark Knight takes on a very different nemesis in this year’s other Batman movie, Batman: The Killing Joke. This one, as the title suggests, is an adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland‘s famous comic book storyline, and Warner Bros. Show More Summary
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our years on the Internet, it’s that there’s no aspect of comics that can’t be broken down and quantified in a single definitive list, preferably in amounts of five or ten. And since there’s no...Show More Summary