On the subject of things you all need to apologize for ...
DC, of course, did not anticipate the press that the Caped Crusader's penis would garner.Read More
What a week for pop culture peens.
DC Comics was not messing around when they announced that their new publishing imprint, DC Black Label, would include mature and uncensored content.Read More
You know nothing, Bruce Wayne.
With Ben Affleck set to hang up his sad Batman cape, everyone is wondering who will step into the Caped Crusader's shoes. Now, rumor has it that Jon Snow himself, Kit Harington, is in the running.Read More
Poe Dameron is the hero we deserve and need, okay?
Listen, at this point in time with the DC Cinematic Universe, it's really hard to get me to care about anything not called Wonder Woman. However, if the rumors are to be believed and Oscar Isaac is really joining the cast of the new Batman movie, I might find it in my bitter heart to care about the Bat again, because I would literally anything to see Isaac take on the mantle of the Caped Crusader himself and shake up the DC films with some truly awesome casting.Read More
In the SDCC ramp-up, popular DC writer Tom King tweeted a humorous and rather upbeat photo of himself with the bodyguard he'd been assigned at SDCC, because he received threats of death for penning BATMAN 50, the recent big event book intended to feature the wedding of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle.Read More
As we celebrate the 10-year anniversary of The Dark Knight, the second film in Christopher Nolan's Batman movie trilogy, this is as good a time as any to talk about how, despite its cinematic brilliance, this was a movie that really turned the film image of the Batman into an unfunny, stuffy mess.Read More
We're majoring in Batman with a minor in Robbinacal Studies.
Holy trapper keeper, Batman! This fall, the University of Baltimore will be offering a class called “The Evolution of Batman”. Where were these classes when we were in college?Read More
Attention new hires!
Hello, and welcome to your official Arkham Asylum employee orientation! We're delighted to have you join the AA team as a new guard in training. Due to the extremely high rate of employee turnover, we've decided to implement some additional rules and security measures to ensure the safety of our employees and our wards.Read More
Romantic love wasn't the only thing on display in Batman #50.Read More
Selina, you can do better, girl.
As the big superhero wedding approaches, we've got some thoughts on this marriage, namely that it shouldn't happen. Gotham's star-crossed lovers have chemistry, sure, but there are still some red flags standing in the way of this union. Let's discuss:Read More
In this video, Studio C imagines what the original pitch for Superman's current stable of powers might sound like - and it would sound, quite frankly, ludicrous.Read More
Things We Saw Today: Dorkly Gives a Fascinating Look at How Censorship Crafted Batman: The Animated Series
Author Tristan Cooper crafts an engaging piece about how censorship influenced the things that Batman: The Animated Series was able to do and how the restraints put on them by the industry led to some creative ways around that good ol' cartoon violence.Read More
Nerdist suggested that Michael Keaton should reprise his role as the Caped Crusader if there is ever a "Batman Beyond" film and all I have to say is an emphatic hell yes!Read More
In which a savior is born and dies for our sins
Batman Returns is my favorite Batman movie (I didn't say best, I said favorite, so leave your The Dark Knight comments outside before I call Krampus). In addition to it having a very enjoyable balance between dark character drama and campy fun, it is also a delightful Christmas movie. Not only does it take place during the pagan-turned-Christian holiday, it features the birth of a savior.Read More
Stop trying to make January happen.
What will keep you occupied in January as you hide under the covers and wait for the freezing cold weather to end (unless you're one of those lucky people who lives where that doesn't happen)? Here's the full list of what Netflix will have on order to kick off 2018, but beware: This month is also your last chance to watch some classic favorites.Read More
Mad Men actor Jon Hamm is reportedly "gunning" for the role of Batman in Matt Reeves' The Batman. And while there are many factors to consider in casting, the GIF is the most important.Read More
This anime adaptation puts the DC characters into a mix of feudal Japan and Gotham where Batman can travel by both flying Batmobile and dramatic horse-drawn carriage.Read More
Despite making 95 million at the box office, this was a disappointing weekend number for Warner Bros. with estimates earlier projecting the film to make in the $110 million range this weekend. The movie's budget is said to be around 300 million. Next stop: Aquaman.Read More
The Justice League rumor mill is churning once again and this time it has to do with rumors that Jake Gyllenhaal is being eyed to replace Ben Affleck as Batman, but that doesn't mean he has to be Bruce Wayne.Read More
2.5 out of 5 Stars.
Justice League was poorly written and had mediocre CGI, but was a lot of fun.Read More