Articles tagged with: Batman
The recent controversy over artist Rafael Albuquerque’s Batgirl #41 variant cover has more to do with the victimization of comic fans than of Batgirl. Here’s why…
Academy Award season is upon us and that means it’s time to fire up the NERDVANATRON 9000 and determine who should win the Oscars based solely on “nerd cred.”
Greg Capullo took the stage at the AACC Main Theatre to discuss his career, which includes a record-breaking run on McFarlane’s Spawn and DC’s New 52 Batman.
The Super Bowl is happening right here in our back forty, so we’d be remiss in our pop culture duties if we didn’t focus this week’s classic cover on football.
One of the best films from this past year is now available on video: Legends of the Knight, the excellent documentary film by writer director Brett Culp.
World’s Finest #9 (1943) has Superman, Batman and Robin peppering the World War II Axis leaders (Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Hideki Tojo) with baseballs.
The new WW, Gal Gadot, took the “Ice Bucket challenge” earlier this week and it made us wonder if Wonder Woman herself had ever endured such a chilly adventure.
Batman owns the San Diego Comic-Con this year, celebrating his 75th anniversary during the show, so we’re going to look at his historic milestone one more time.
Thursday saw bigger than usual mid-week crowds at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 (at least from my unscientific perspective), which is a testament that comics, genre movies, and costuming continue to infiltrate the mainstream – which …
Some of the coolest things seen Wednesday night were Batman related, as the caped-crusader is celebrating his 75th anniversary at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
The title for Zack Snyder’s sequel to Man of Steel has been revealed.
Every Sunday morning we showcase a classic comic cover, complete with compelling commentary, for your cordial contemplation. It’s the Classic Comic Cover Corner!
Detective Comics #105 – November, 1945
Cover Art by Jack Burnley
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Here’s the first photo of Ben Affleck’s Batman along with his Batmobile.
Batman: Strange Days is a tribute to the Dark Knight on his 75th anniversary.