I've never really liked slasher movies. To be honest, they scared the living hell out of me when I was a kid, and even though I've long since realized that, say, Chucky could be pretty easily punted into the next county, I never really got over that distaste
Batman the Animated Series
It was yesterday 20 years ago that Batman: The Animated Series debuted on the Fox television network, setting off a chain reaction that would change the face of American TV animation and inspire a generation of viewers' love for not just the great characters of DC Comics, but also art, design, film noir, comic books and everything else that the now classic series synthesized into a weekly instructional on great storytelling and exquisite taste.
The pilot episode, "On
Perhaps taking a cue from the Internet's instinct to remix and mash-up things with other things, The Hub cable network has released a new advertisement in support of an upcoming programming block of Batman: The Animated Series -- the classic cartoon to which many ComicsAlliance contributors owe their livelihoods -- that recuts clips from the show to match up with the The Dark Knight Rises trailer. But what sets this clip apart from other montages edited to
Industry: Ken Sasaki, former Senior Vice President and General M
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: So, how is the opening sequence of Batman: The Animated Series a statement of its intent? -- @dhacker615
A: I'll be honest with you, guys: I went fishing for this one. With all the episodes of Batman: The Animated Series that I was watching in orde
With over a hundred episodes produced from 1992 to 1998, Batman: The Animated Series is commonly regarded as not just one of the greatest cartoons ever made, but one of the best depictions of Batman in any medium in the character's 70-year history. Under producers Alan Burnett, Pau
Last year, actor Mark Hamill announced that the video game Batman: Arkham City would be his final performance as the voice of The Joker. The game finally went on sale this week, and it looks like Hamill's sticking with his decision.
Writing on Twitter today, Hamill bid
Rocktober? Shocktober? Mohawktober? Here at ComicsAlliance, we just can't decide what we want to celebrate this month, so we're bringing you a different monthly theme every day! Today, we're celebrating the contributions to villainy from Gotham City's own Waylon Jones, Killer Croc! Check out our all-time favorite Croctoberfest moment after the cut!
The great thing here isn't just that it's actually Batman pretending to be Croc (spoiler warning!) in the great "Almost Got Him" episode of Batman: The Animated Series, it's that Batman is simultaneously goofing on the other villains while letting us know exactly how dumb he thinks Croc is.
Very, very, very dumb.
If you haven't been sold on Batman: Arkham City's more brooding take on Tim Drake thus far, the Arkhamcity.co.uk board has spotted additional looks for the anti-Boy Wonder that might be more your speed. An image collecting the standard outfit along with Drake's Red Robin and (Dick Grayson's) Batman: The Animated Series