Fans who hit the DC booth at New York Comic Con got a first look at Lego's upcoming Batcave, the second version of the Caped Crusader's blocky abode from a line that's spawned multiple sets and a well-received videogame over the past few years. While the origi
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While we typically resist the urge to publish every sneaky, blurry behind-the-scenes photos of comic book movies that so ceaselessly litter the Internet, a series of great shots by Jared Wickerham offer an uncommonly clear look at the production of The Dark Knight Rises. Specifically, the photos
As iconic as the 1993-94 Batman: Knightfall storyline is for longtime comic book fans, the year when Batman fought back against a broken back can be somewhat difficult to explain to folks new to '90s Bat lore. In ligh
Production of The Dark Knight Rises got underway this week and was marked by the first official photograph of a character in costume. Bane, played in the Batman film by Tom Hardy, was revealed Friday morning in the first installment of what will no doubt be a grand viral marketing/alternate reality game in support of Christopher Nolan's new film.
Launched this morning, The Dark Knight Rises website is
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why we've given Senior Writer Chris Sims the punishment pleasure of stepping into the grand tradition of the Answer Man as he responds to your reader questions.
Q: As a reputed Batmanologis
Following months of rumors, Warner Bros. finally confirmed today not only who will be the female lead in The Dark Knight Rises, but also which character she will play. The actress is Anne Hathaway and the role is Selina Kyle,
Given the news that the "Batman: Arkham Aslyum" sequel will be Mark Hamill's final hurrah providing the voice of the Joker, it's somewhat difficult to get excited about the critically acclaimed video game franchise, no matter how awesome it is. Thankfully, we've got some pictures of the upcoming "Arkham Asylum" action figures to improve that cloudy disposition.
As if "Batman: Arkham Asylum" wasn't enough of a masterpiece on its own, Rocksteady's studio director Sefton Hill is already daydreaming about a possible spinoff video game focused on - brace yourself - Bane