Could you feel it coming? Did you think, “You know, this is the kind of comic that Greg likes to turn his baleful eye upon”? Well, you thought correctly. I tried to resist its power, I really did, but I could not, so let’s break it down, page-by-page style! As I’ve done the last few […]
She’s been married to Adam Shulman since September 2012 and now Anne Hathaway is pregnant with her first child. According to an E! News source, the “Dark Knight Rises” dame is in her second trimester and she’s “feeling great.” Previously, Anne told the Telegraph, "I'll start with one healthy kid but I'd like to have a few naturally and adopt. Show More Summary
For all the talk of Cam Newton's bravado and charisma, there's another Carolina Panthers player who has both in spades — and also can back it up. It has been a coming-out party this season for pending free agent Josh Norman, who quickly has established himself as one of the league's most impressive cover men and talkers. Show More Summary
Fans of Batman's archenemy should rejoice over news that The Joker's ride, as seen in the trailer, can actually be tricked and turned into a million-dollar looking car that is worthy of getting the Dark Knight's nerves on fire.
Andy Kubert started out at the bottom of his class at his father’s school, but his legions of fans would never believe that. From X-Men to Batman, Andy’s carved out his place in the comics hall of fame, but if there were a dictionary of comics, the definition of “Kubert” would be “Legacy.”
Here's the perfect gift for that Dark Knight fan who's also a cat lover: a T-shirt with a Batman emblem made from more than three dozen images of kitties.
The first issue of DC Comics' "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" reveals a significant change to Frank Miller's famous take on Batman. SPOILERS!
With "Dark Knight III" #1 now in stores, we celebrate our favorite, insane moments from the two previous installments!
In 1986, writer/artist Frank Miller changed the world of superhero fiction forever with his epochal four-part Batman comics series, The Dark Knight Returns. But if his vision of Batman’s tone was glaringly obvious (dark, angry, punch-prone), his vision of Batsy’s politics was maddeningly ambiguous. On the one hand, he was... More »
Frank Miller’s Dark Knight series has, for better or worse, been one of the most highly influential pieces of Batman media in decades—and a return to that universe is one that usually could be fraught with danger. But the first issue of The Master Race has some surprising twists to it that leave us wanting to know more. Read more...
For years, it seemed like comics fans wouldn’t be getting another Batman story set in Frank Miller’s Dark Knight universe. Then, this summer, DC Comics announced that Frank Miller and a team of other creators were wrapping up work on Dark Knight III: The Master Race. It’s bombastically goofy and absurd, like you’d think. But it’s also is very different. Read more...
On the release day of "Dark Knight III: The Master Race," DC All Access has dropped a new video interview with co-writer Frank Miller.
As we approach Black Friday, here are a few great deals we stumbled on this morning, starting with some great batman game on movie bundles for the PS4 and Xbox One at very low prices! –The Dark Knight Trilogy: Ultimate Collectors Edition...Show More Summary
It's Mad Men meets Justice League in "Jupiter's Circle," the turtles face a new threats in "TMNT," and others from DC, Marvel, Image & more.
Growing up at Winterfell, all I ever wanted was to escape, to come here, to the capital. To see the southern knights and their painted armor, and King’s Landing after dark…and to eat all the gingerbread. London-based food artist Michelle...Show More Summary
CSBG reveals the surprising inspiration for Carrie Kelley, the Robin from Frank Miller's classic "Dark Knight Returns."
The artist and writer returns to Batman with "Dark Knight III: The Master Race," whose first issue goes on sale Wednesday.
MEN OF Steel die. Dark Knights fall.Those are the cold ring-of-truth words of Rip Hunter (portrayed by Arthur Darvill), a Londoner from the far future who has traveled back in time to tell various CW heroes and villains that it is their destiny to become legends as they unite to battle an immortal enemy.Read full article >>
Before you read "Dark Knight III," learn how Frank Miller's acclaimed Batman tale came to exist, and its full influence on the world of comics.
DC Entertainment today announced that the next chapter in Frank Miller’s heralded DARK KNIGHT storyline, THE DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE (DKIII) will be available tomorrow, November 25, in comic shops and online retailers everywhere. Show More Summary