Ambush Bug here. DC Comics was nice enough to send over some preview pages to TALON #8 written by Jamies Tynion IV with art by Miguel Sepulveda. An offshoot of last year’s BATMAN crossover “Night of Owls” this series follows one of the sole Owls with a conscience. Show More Summary
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo recruit Snyder's frequent collaborator Jock to draw the cover to "Batman" #21, part one of their "Zero Year" origin story.
Designs for costumes, characters, the Batmobile and gadgets revealed for Darren Aronofsky’s proposed superhero film "Batman: Year One." SPINOFF has all the images of what might have been.
Check out what could have been with this Batman movie that was cancelled by Warner Bros. before Batman Begins went into production. [...]
Long before Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins hit theaters, director Darren Aronofsky almost made his own take on Batman. After finishing Requiem For A Dream in 2000, the director was developing a screen adaptation of Frank Miller‘s milestone Batman story Batman: Year One. He co-wrote a screenplay with Miller and began conceiving he look of the film before [...]
Batman: Year One was supposed to be Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky's, big superhero project. Unfortunately the project got scrapped in favor of Nolan's Batman Begins. But new concept art shows the Lincoln Continental Batmobile that never was. Read more...
Batman has a long history and so the Caped Crusader has gone through many logo changes over the years. Now you can proudly wear them all on one shirt with this All Batman Logos T-Shirt. The logos may have changed over the years, but no matter the logo, Gotham will always have its guardian. Why [...]
Based on the award winning 2011 game of the year, BatmanTM: Arkham City Escape is a two player board game that pits Batman against all of his greatest foes as they try to escape Arkham! One player will take on the role of Batman while the other will control all villains. Show More Summary
Scott Snyder discusses his and Greg Capullo's "Batman Zero Year," assuring fans they have no plans to simply retell "Year One," asking readers to just give the story's first 4 pages a chance to sell them on the story.
Last week, DC announced that Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo would be doing an updated origin for Batman in the pages of Zero Year, starting in June's Batman #21. Considering that Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's Batman: Year One has been the... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
With word out that his and Greg Capullo's next "Batman" arc will be the eleven-issue origin "Zero Year," Scott Snyder explains why he's telling a story new and separate from Miller & Mazzucchelli's "Year One."
FOR SCOTT SNYDER, this is The Hero Year. DC Comics just announced that Snyder has been handed the keys to its New 52 Gotham City. So now, after writing back-to-back hits with “Night of the Owls” (one of the most successful new Batman...Show More Summary
I’ve made no secret of my love of Scott Snyder’s and Greg Capullo’s work on Batman. So far they’ve knocked the big yearlong crossover and the inevitable Joker story out of the park, so what’s next? It’s time for a Year One story of course!...Show More Summary
Maybe it’s because I grew up on Saturday morning cartoons, but I generally classify villains as anyone who can shoot lightning out of their fingers or can break Batman’s back. But NME just awarded One Direction star Harry Styles with the title of “Villain of the Year” so who knows? Maybe villains today just needMORE
One might argue that if America actually got rid of the worst schemers on Wall Street, it would, like Batman finally cleaning up Gotham, have nothing else to do with its time. Luckily, 150 years of American financial history tell usShow More Summary
As badass as the various Batmobiles have been over the years, no self-respecting country club would ever let one of them onto their courses. So if the Dark Knight were to ever slip away in the middle of the night to relax with a round of golf, the Mansory Currus is definitely what he'd be driving. More »
Paul Pope hasn't been hiding. You can find the writer/artist behind such acclaimed works as Heavy Liquid, Batman Year 100 and THB on pretty easily on Twitter, for example. And he just had The One-Trick Rip-Off/Deep Cuts—a collection of older work—land on the New York Times best-seller list for graphic novels. Show More Summary
Still a looker after all these years. (Credit: Barrett-Jackson) There is one star of the original Batman television series that hasn't aged a bit in the decades since the show went off the air. The original 1966 Batmobile is still a beauty. Show More Summary
A New York mom packed her seven year old son one surprising lunch in his Batman backpack: Guns and ammo. The exact contents of the boy’s backpack were as follows; A flare gun, a.22 caliber pistol, a loaded magazine and 14 bullets in a plastic bag. Not exactly a sandwich and juice. According to CNN, [...] Mom Packs Seven Year Son Guns For Lunch is a post from: The Inquisitr