Remember that short video that Ben Affleck posted on social media, which appeared to be teasing an appearance by Deathstroke in his standalone Batman film? That appearance has been confirmed, because Joe Manganiello has been cast as the DC assassin in the Affleck-fronted picture.Read More
Our latest Let's Play through Telltale Games' Batman series checks back in on Bruce Wayne's not-exactly-legal adventures once again. What are you gonna tell the cops, Batman?Read More
Stan Lee is clearly at the age where he has zero fucks to give. As reported by Comic Book Resources, Stan Lee said that he'd love to do cameos in films outside the Marvel Cinematic Universe. What's more? He'd even do a DC movie.Read More
As long as they're better than The Killing Joke ...
The Killing Joke movie adaptation was, by all accounts, not very good. Those who would've liked to see Batgirl treated better got a botched attempt that really ran the opposite direction, and those who would've wanted a simple, 100% faithful recreation didn't get what they wanted, either. That's not the fault of Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy, though, and there's still plenty of fan desire for them to reprise their roles in future projects.Read More
Our Let's Play through Batman: The Telltale Series has already introduced us to several iconic Batman characters, and this week we'll be meeting yet another one: The Penguin.Read More
Ben Affleck Posts Footage of Deathstroke on Social Media—Does this Mean He’s Appearing in Batman’s Solo Film?
Footage of Deathstroke runway stomping through a steamy hallway popped up on Ben Affleck’s social media and it’s raising a few questions.Read More
This is a pretty neat milestone: a Batsuit cosplay has just set a Guinness World Record for the "most functional gadgets in a cosplay suit."Read More
Our Let's Play through Telltale Games' Batman adventure game continues, with our latest episode featuring the second half of the second chapter of the game's first episode. Confusing? Yes, yes it is.Read More
The newly-established Selected Shorts podcast is where all the Selected Shorts stories with curse words, sexual situations, and descriptions of violence can find a home away from the FCC regulations that . In Episode 2, Stephen King delivers an "intense story about family, love, and dying" called “Batman and Robin Have an Altercation."Read More
The great thing about animation is that it isn't dependent on an actor's physicality. As long as the performer has a distinct vocal performance, literally anything can happen — including having Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar get back into their skin-tight costumes! There's a new DC animated film on the horizon, and it's all about 1960s TV Batman.Read More
Welcome to the second episode of our brand-new Let's Play series through Batman: The Telltale Series! This week, Bruce Wayne plays nice and goes to a fancy party.Read More
You know what's even more fun than finding out your friends' favorite movies? Looking at data! Of course.Read More
The Verge's James Vincent found the most perfect slapstick GIF in the world, and performed an admirable job breaking it down and analyzing it.Read More
After our first foray through a Telltale Games adventure series, The Walking Dead: Michonne, we're excited to bring another Telltale title to you every Wednesday. Welcome to the debut episode of our Let's Play through Batman: The Telltale Series!Read More
Sometimes a mashup just kind of works.Read More
I am vengeance! I am leaving you a negative steam review!
Batman's relationship with PC gaming has not been great lately, with Arkham Knight suffering from so many glitches that it was yanked from Steam, eventually reinstated after some bug fixes, and was still so buggy that Warner Bros. Interactive offered players refunds rather than continue to try to fix it. Though the new Batman game is developed by a completely different company (Telltale Games), its PC launch so far has gone about the same.Read More
In spite of the middling reception to Batman v Superman (and, now, Suicide Squad), the Batman fandom has seen a huge resurgence in the past few months. Here's the evidence of that: the TSA keeps finding Batarangs in carry-on bags. Neeeerrrrrds!!!!!Read More
In the simplest terms, The Killing Joke was not good.Read More
I was given the opportunity to watch DC Animation’s new movie, an adaptation of one of the most controversial comics of all time: The Killing Joke.Read More
This video of Ian McKellan reading two letters Roald Dahl wrote to a young girl having trouble with settling into school reminds us all to be imaginative Dinketysnipsy girls (and not sliggylumpfructious Veruca Salts).Read More