"Man of Steel" had the biggest June opening in movie history this weekend, bringing in $125.1 million this weekend. Watch as Batman takes to the...
Bleeding Cool reports that at the Retailer Roadshow today, DC Comics announced a “Batman And Robin” crossover with “Scooby Doo”. While it may sound ridiculous, it’s awesome and, oddly enough, not the first time this has happened (see below). This will kick off a new “Scooby Doo” comic series that will see members of the... Read More
Christopher Nolan and David Goyer aren’t the only people involved with Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises and Man of Steel. Producer Charles Roven has been along for the long superhero ride, too. Roven, who produced all those films along with Three Kings, Twelve Monkeys and others, is one of the unheralded architects [...]
If you’ve already seen Man of Steel, you have plenty of reasons to go back for another round with the “Last Kryptonian.” First and foremost are a number or clever easter eggs sprinkled throughout the movie, which included references to both Lex Luthor and Bruce Wayne (aka Batman). Show More Summary
Walking through my friendly local board game shop the other day, something caught my eye. On a display stand was a shiny box labeled Batman Arkham City Escape: the Board Game. We hadn't previously heard about it, but it has been available...Show More Summary
It is often said that superheroes are modern glosses on mythic heroes of antiquity. Batman. Spider-Man. Iron Man. They are
Warner Bros. Interactive pulled back the mask on Batman: Arkham Origins at E3, giving fans more insight into Batman's budding crime-fighting days. Batman: Arkham Origins is set on Christmas Eve, early in the Dark Knight's career, when he encounters the Black Mask, a villain younger fans of the franchise might be less familiar with. Show More Summary
DC Comics' new Batman/Superman series hits stands later this month, but that book isn't the only one in which Big Blue is going to be teaming up with one of his Justice League cohorts. In October, Superman/Wonder Woman by writer Charles Soule... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
“Batman Beyond: Return Of The Joker” (originally released December 12, 2000) When it was initially planned, Batman Beyond: Return Of The Joker was going to be the dark, gritty Batman animated movie that pushed the boundaries of the DCAU thanks to its direct-to-video release. Show More Summary
It's actually safe for work!
By Joe Oliveto,Maxwell Yezpitelok,Robert Rosati Published: June 17th, 2013 It's easy to assume that the whole world swooned the moment it saw Batman or James Bond appear on screen -- certain characters are just so undeniably awesome that they couldn't possibly fail. But the reality is that lots of your favorite franchises h
Superman returns to movie theatres this week, with “Man of Steel” making its U.S. debut on Friday. It’s projected to open with sales of a hundred-and-15 million dollars in North America. But even with Superman and Batman on their team, DC Comics movies still lag far behind the earnings of the rival Marvel super-heroes. Bloomberg’s...Read More
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Monday, June 17. All times are Eastern. TOP PICK Batman: The Animated Series (1 p.m.): It’s taken us several years and two writers—with breaks for Justice League coverage along the way—but Oliver...Show More Summary
Don Draper from 'Mad Men' as Batman; 8 facts about Man of Steel; a Tauntaun Rug; 'True Blood' season 5 recap with puppets; and more.
The first Batman: Arkham Origins gameplay footage aired this week during E3. The trailer sets up the prequel's story while also showing off some of the combat.
PistolShrimps yet again invites the Dark Knight to stand in for other characters in a variety of flicks. We most definitely don’t want what he’s having. Actually, it sounds like the Bat could use a lozenge. Hat Tip Link
Batman #21: The last thing comics readers need is more material looking at the years before Bruce Wayne put on a Batsuit or his first year as the Dark Knight. It’s territory that’s well-trod by some of the best creators to ever handle the character. Show More Summary
Just so you don’t mis-interpret some of my snark here – Man of Steel: Best Superman movie ever, but not a good movie – Ok. Now you know where I’m at. I really dislike being in a feedback loop in … Continue reading ?
Remember that video from PistolShrimps of Batman replacing characters in other famous movie scenes? Well this is part two. Unfortunately, like so many sequels, it isn't as good as the first one. It's still worth a watch though, especially since it's Friday afternoon and nobody is doing any work anyways. Show More Summary
Holy innuendo, Batman! Back in the day, comic books were a favored form of child's play, but who were we kidding? Judging from some of their - unintentionally? - suggestive situations, it's no wonder adults collected these cartoons, too. Show More Summary