Although Chris Sims is without question the World's Foremost Batmanologist, there is one area where he's a little weak: International Batman Studies. Sure, he knows about Jiro Kuwata's manga and The Wild World of Batwoman, but it seems like there are always strange new interpretations of the Caped Crusader from other countries to discover. Like that time in 1989 when a bunch of Australians dressed up like Prince and did some dodgy choreography to "Batdance."
Movies: In Australia (and probably a lot of other places), Man of Steel movie concessions grub is going to look at little something like this.
Video: Stan Lee gets his parkour on with a little help from Josh Yadon over a Minor Obsession track.
Movies: There's a few seconds of previously uns
Theme Parks: A Justice League: Alien Invasion 3D ride is coming to Australia's Warner Bros. Movie World in September.
Tech: Wal-Mart has a new Webslinger augmented reality app that shoppers can use to pose with a version of T
On sale in March from Top Shelf is Blue, the debut graphic novel of Australian cartoonist Pat Grant. The 96-page hardcover is a beautifully drawn allegorical adventure starring three kids in a provincial beach town as they navigate racism, immigration, surfing and a quest to see a real-life dead body. Featuring blue-skinned aliens whose immigration to the fictional city of Bolton has distress
Already high on the list of "if I could move to anywhere" places for its beautiful landscapes, excellent weather, and exotic wildlife, Australia has given superhero fans another reason to emigrate: official DC Comics license plates. Click after the
Whether or not you draw inspiration directly from his work or indirectly from its raw expression of free speech, the influence of 67-year-old underground comix icon and The Book of Genesis adaptor Robert Crumb is impossible to ignore. On July
Kirby Krackle's Kyle Stevens and Jim Demonakos have contributed much to the canon of comic book and video game-themed rock and roll since they hit the scene in 2009, becoming mightier and more powerful with each successive release. Adhering fully to the maxim of Spider-Man, KK is using this great power
As anyone who grew up watching and reading "GI Joe" knows, Australians have been living for decades under a reign of terror, held in the iron grip of fear of the Dreadnoks. A biker gang led by master of disguise and identity thief Zartan that also functions as low-rent mercenaries for the terrorist organization known as Cobra, the Dreadnoks are little more than thugs, and fortunately, they've been defeated time and time again by, among others, an elite force of Aarashikage Ninjas led by Snake-Eyes