The Batman Arkham Knight Statue, based on the highly-anticipated Arkham Knight video game, features the Dark Knight with one of his toughest looks yet. The various Arkham series video games always show just how bad things can get in Gotham City… which isn’t exactly a place of sunshine and warm fuzzies to begin with. Of […]
IGN shows you how to take down the final boss of the Crown of the Old Iron King DLC for Dark Souls 2.
As telegraphed by studio execs who long ago promised a Batman who would be our silently resentful guardian, a clock-watching protector, and photos of the Dark Knight, Superman, and Wonder Woman all being told of the death of Robin Williams,...Show More Summary
Three bats and a bird sitting in a tree… Oh wait, that’s not quite right. The 3 Bats and a Bird Art Print features three different looks for Batman, along with one of the many costumes worn by one of the many Robins. The Dark Knight and his brightly-colored sidekick have had a few wardrobe […]
Batman may be a straight white rich guy, but many of the key people in his life are anything but. read more
Enter to win an amazing Sixth Scale Joker (Bank Robber Version 2.0) figure from The Dark Knight by Sideshow Collectibles!
More purple! Marvel got my letters! Oh, I know. When Joss Whedon’s The Avengers came out, superheroes (the bulk of them, anyway) still had to conform to the dark, morose tones of Batman’s The Dark Knight template. So yes, while Captain...Show More Summary
The Batman Branding Iron is a BIC-mounted, stainless steel branding iron 3D-printed in the shape of the bat symbol from Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy. It is $30.60, and " intended for branding Batmannish trade-dress on your school stuff, clothes, books, furniture, etc (Note: not pets or people). " Read more...
Gotham City has a big threat but it also has a big hero to protect it. The DC Universe 20-Inch Batman and Joker Action Figure 2-Pack brings us super-sized versions of the Dark Knight and the Clown Prince of Crime. Standing almost two feet tall, Batman and the Joker are ready to continue their endless […]
"Phoenix Jones is the hero Seattle deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So we'll hunt him. Because he can take it. Because he's not our hero. He's a silent guardian. A watchful protector. A dark knight." And...
The $30.60 Dark Knight branding iron is made from 3D printed steel and snaps onto the end of a Bic lighter, and is intended for branding Batmannish trade-dress on your school stuff, clothes, books, furniture, etc (Note: not pets or people). (via Geekymerch)
When The Dark Knight Rises came to Pittsburgh back in 2011, a couple found their wedding at St. Paul's Cathedral taking place in the shadow of a necessary evil: Tom Hardy as Bane. The ceremony took place so close to the set that Gotham's reckoning even waved to the bridesmaids between takes. Read more...
Kevin Conroy (Batman) & Troy Baker (Joker) discuss the new animated feature, the Dark Knight's animated legacy and Conroy's 9/11 relief work.
This year, July 23rd marked a major celebration for a fictional protector who has fended off the most heinous criminals. Sometimes called the Dark Knight or Caped Crusader, the legendary comic book crime fighter is well known as Batman. Back on this day in 1939, DC would probably have no idea of the cultural significance […]
You might think that only a Joker would turn down the chance to play Batman on the silver screen, but you’d be wrong. So riddle me this. What household name, particularly big in the 1990s turned down the opportunity to pull on Batman’s cape, cowl and utility belt? None other, than perhaps the worst James
Star of the Christopher Nolan “Dark Knight” movie trilogy, Christian Bale. One of eight caricatures from my new limited edition print “Bats in the Belfry”, debuting this weekend at Wizard World Chicago Comic Con, and onsale in The Studio Store on Monday!
Frank Miller is known for being a writer that commands an almost “genius” status. His work on Daredevil back in the 80’s is the stuff that legends are made from and his Sin City and 300 comic book properties have been made into movies that are jaw-droppingly beautiful and stylish – artistic in all of the […]
In honor of #ThrowbackThursday, we bring you that one time Bane (played by Tom Hardy) accidentally crashed a wedding while filming "The Dark Knight Rises" and showed off his less murder-y, more adorable side. It looked like this: Credit:...Show More Summary
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has spent quite a lot of time around comic book movies lately. From The Dark Knight Rises, signing on to star in and possibly direct Sandman, and his work in Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (which opens tomorrow), he's really getting an education in how to make the genre work on screen. Show More Summary
Frivolous lawsuits like this have to be the bane of studios' existence. (Get it? Bane!) In "The Dark Knight Rises," Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) sought a computer program ("Clean Slate") that would wipe all traces of her sordid criminal past from the world's computers. The fictional program was mentioned twice, and......