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I Am The Night

Happy 75th Birthday, Batman!

On this day in 1939, Detective Comics #27 hit newsstands. “Starting This Issue,” the cover read, “The Amazing And Unique Adventures of THE BATMAN!” Nothing was ever quite the same after that.

Happy birthday, Bats. We’re all better for knowing you.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Han Solo and Batman Riding Atop Swift Wind

We’ll allow it. (via Nerd Approved)


Don't Try This At Home

Bane Cat Leads The League Of Snuggles [VIDEO]

I honestly can’t tell if the mask if CG or not. I hope it is, otherwise that is one chill cat, in which case, come live with me, kitty!!

Previously in Cats


Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

Batman: Arkham Knight Video Game Details Reveal Oracle’s Expanded Role

Ready for more Batman? I know I always am. Putting personal preferences aside, Rocksteady is set for another installment of the Arkham franchise with Batman: Arkham Knight and as revealed a few details you might be interested in. For instance, the “Arkham Knight” is not Batman, but another fellow, whose picture is after the jump. Oh, and also Barbara Gordon/Oracle.


Why Not Do It With Some Style?

You’re Not Going To Want To Put Your Drink Down On These Impressive Nerdy Coasters

Apocalypse Fabrication from Etsy is a CNC metal cutting and fabrication company located in California run by the husband and wife team of Jason and Katie Lister. And wow, do they produce some fantastic stuff. I’ve got some coasters at my house but I rarely take them out. These I’d hang on my wall. Take a look at creations inspired by comics, video games, sci-fi, and more!


Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

The Huntress Returns Tonight On Arrow’s Birds of Prey Episode, Gives Us Batman Feels [VIDEO]

So I guess she can just stop wearing the mask, huh?

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: The D&D Map From This Week’s Episode of Community

I’m pretty sure I’ve gone through the Forest of Frustrations in every single campaign I’ve ever played. (via io9)



Superhero Shoes For Everyday Crime Fighting

It’s true, we don’t think high heels are the best footwear for superheroines but that won’t stop us from wearing the hell out of these around town. ComicsAlliance’s resident fashion expert, Betty Felon, took inspiration from Mandy Kerr’s superhero-inspired designs featured at Shoes of Prey to create her own! Check out custom designed shoes inspired by the Batfamily, Loki, and more!


Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

Superhero Origin Stories Are Less Tragic When Their Parents are Jerks

To be fair, Batman’s origin here doesn’t just have to do with the disposition of his father, but I think we’d also feel less bad for him if his parents were the sort of people you wouldn’t want to share a restaurant with.


The Mary Sue Exclusive

Part 2: The Mary Sue Discusses Women In Comics With Dark Horse Comics’ Editor In Chief

Yesterday we brought you the first part in our two-part conversation with Dark Horse Comics’ Editor in Chief Scott Allie. We discussed their Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe, Tomb Raider, and just some of the phenomenal talent they’ve got behind them. Today we focus on Greg Rucka, Hellboy, diversity in the industry, and literally judging a book by its cover.