Telltale Games' ongoing creation of its own unique Dark Knight continuity -- which began with last year's Batman. The Telltale Series -- has been fascinating to play through. The changes made to the people in Bruce Wayne's double life have been surprisingly dramatic and the best one may be yet to come. More »
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
John Romita Jr. offers insights into his recently announced collaboration with Frank Miller -- a Batman: Year One-style take on Superman. The post Superman: Year One: John Romita Jr. Reveals New Details appeared first on CBR.
Batman is going back to the ’60s for one last time. The trailer for Batman vs. Two-Face, released posthumously after Adam West’s tragic passing earlier this year, features the iconic Batman actor’s last turn as the Caped Crusader, standing in animated form alongside his old pal Burt Ward as Robin against William Shatner‘s Two-Face. Show More Summary
I have always loved playing as The Bat. The Dark Knight lends himself well to video games, despite the fact he has starred in so many terrible ones. Recent years have been kinder to the character, however, as developers have finallyShow More Summary
We noted in our feature for TellTale’s Batman last year that the game would be taking the Dark Knight in a very different direction in its first season, one that added some new flavor to his rogue gallery and even brought Bruce Wayne’s family into the fold in a unique way. Show More Summary
Hey everyone! James Windeler here, Lead Writer on episode one of Batman: The Enemy Within. Just last year, we launched the first season of our series, offering an original take on the iconic hero and the characters around him. A fewShow 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 […]
30 years ago, writer Frank Miller and artist David Mazzucchelli explored the earliest days of the Caped Crusader in Batman: Year One. This storyline has since become the go-to origin tale for the character, heavily inspiring other comic creators and Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins. Show More Summary
Frank Miller's Batman. Year One took the detective who made DC comics the powerhouse that it is today gave him one of the most character-defining origin stories in modern comics that's gone on to colour much of the way that we see Batman today. Now, Miller's doing the same for Superman. More »
Frank Miller revealed during the DC Master Class panel at Comic-Con 2017 that he's writing a new Superman origin story in the vein of Batman: Year One.
Frank Miller announced that he plans to rework Superman's origin much in the way he did the Dark Knight's in Batman: Year One. The post Frank Miller Announces ‘Superman: Year One’-Style Story appeared first on CBR.
Batman has been hard to miss these last few years, appearing not only in comics but in popular movies and games. One of the most successful interactive options in recent years was Batman: The Telltale Series, which presented an episodic...Show More Summary
Hope you're ready for loads of Telltale storytelling goodness, because the studio has just announced not one, not two, but three series continuations
This past year and a half has been a taxing one for Warner Bros. and the DC Extended Universe. While Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad were unquestionable box office hits, there definitely seemed to be this feeling that those movies weren’t as great as fans hoped they would be. Show More Summary
The Batman is a project that’s had its twists and turns. Early this year saw the departure of Ben Affleck as director, and soon after, War for the Planet of the Apes helmer stepped in to take his place. However, one that was unclear was whether or not they’d start over story-wise. Show More Summary
One of our favorite things about the ’60s Batman TV series were the celebrity cameos as the Dynamic Duo scaled a building with their grappling hook. A few years back, YouTuber A. Pennyworth compiled a reel of the 14 times a celeb popped out of the window.
When NBC canceled its superhero comedy series Powerless earlier this year, it took with it one of the final screen performances from iconic TV actor Adam West, spoofing his Batman role by playing Wayne Enterprises executive Dean West in an unaired episode. Show More Summary
There's no shortage of topics when discussing Joel Schumacher's 1997 film Batman & Robin. Its over-the-top villains, pun-laden dialogue, Bat-credit card, casting, the list goes on and on. But 20 years later, the number one topic still has to be the Bat-Nipples. More »
Many actors have played Batman over the years, and we’re fairly certain that many more will do the same in the years to come. But one could argue that no actor is more synonymous with the character than Adam West, who we’ve just learned has passed away at the age of 88. Adam West of course […]