Bookseller One Grand Books has asked celebrities to name the ten titles they’d take to a desert island, and they’ve shared the results with Vulture. Below is graphic designer and author Chip Kidd’s list.Batman:Year One, by Frank Miller and David MazzucchelliSo many Batman stories and graphic novels to choose from, but I think this ... More »
We have heard some wild fan theories about the Batman movies over the years, but John Mayer's theory about Ben Affleck's Caped Crusader is one of the most bizarre that we have heard yet.
I never thought I'd say this about an issue of Batman, but this might be the gosh darn cutest story I've read in a comic book this year. More »
This past year has been a trying one for the relationship between Ben Affleck and the DC Extended Universe. The man started off as a co-writer and director of a standalone Batman film in this universe. However, after months of developing a script, Affleck slowly started to a make his way to the exit of […]
From everything we’ve heard over the past year, it sounds like Ben Affleck is well on his way out the door for the DC Extended Universe. But of course, the role itself is much bigger than any one actor, and once Affleck steps down, there is sure to be someone to step in in his […]
With the unrelenting extravaganza that is the modern release schedule of superhero movies, it can be easy to forget that the last movie in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight saga was only released five years ago. According to Nolan, more than time and quality separate his films from all the work that's come out since. More »
Last year wasn’t a great one for director Zack Snyder. After years of anticipation, and two big superheroes at the forefront of his film, Batman v Superman, it was expected that this would be the comic book movie to crack $1 billion for Warner Bros., for the first time since The Dark Knight Rises. Of […]
Episode three of Batman. The Enemy Within delivers a compellingly sympathetic portrait of a character that we've been trained to immediately hate on sight. More »
Image. Warner Bros. Batman is all about preparation. To become the caped vigilante, Bruce Wayne spent years of his life training and travelling the world, not to mention spending exorbitant amounts of money. A month of training isn't the same, but it's a start. More »
One of the most iconic characters in the DC universe will be coming together in the Justice League movie, one of the most wanted movie to watch this year. Superman, Batman, Wonder woman, Cyborg, Aquaman and many some other hidden super heroes might show up. Show More Summary
Bat-fans rejoice: Batman: The Animated Series, one of the best animated shows of all time, is finally coming to Blu-ray! The stylish, and for some, definitive take on the Dark Knight will fly onto Blu-ray next year, in all its shadowy glory. Show More Summary
Whatever you think of DC’s current efforts at adapting their legendary superheroes, no one can deny the massive impact of Batman: The Animated Series and the DC Animated Universe it spawned. Arguably the […] The post NYCC: DC Looks Back on 25 Years of Batman: The Animated Series appeared first on Geek.com.
Darren Aronofsky‘s Batman pitch was one of the famed projects stewing in development hell for years, cast aside by Warner Bros. executives for being too dark a take on a property that generally attracts families. The project, which Aronofsky...Show More Summary
Director Darren Aronofsky rwanted Joaquin Phoenix to play the Caped Crusader in his failed Batman: Year One movie.
Had Darren Aronofsky's Batman: Year One movie moved forward, the director had a specific candidate in mind to don the cape and cowl.
Before Christopher Nolan gave Batman a gritty makeover and Zack Snyder doubled down on the grimdark take, there was Darren Aronofsky and his shelved Batman: Year One project. The project, which drew inspiration from Frank Miller‘s similarly-titled...Show More Summary
Twenty-five years after her debut on Batman. The Animated Series, Harleen Quinzel's gone through a lot of changes. Harley's various iterations have offered up different proportions of wackiness, tragedy and, uh, randiness. The one coming to Batman. The Enemy Within looks like she doesn't take any guff. From anyone. More »
The second season for Telltale Games' Batman: The Enemy Within has already managed to get underway, and it definitely started with a bigger bang than the first season, which worked almost like a Year One re-imagining of the Dark Knight. Well, for the second episode of the second season,...
From George Miller's Justice League: Mortal to The Wachowski's Batman: Year One, a lot of potentially great Batman movies have been canceled over the years.
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 »