Ahead of its release at the end of this month, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has released the first clip from Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2, the animated adaptation of Frank Miller's much-loved Batman classic. Ready for a minute of Bat-violence?
The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 completes the story started in last September's first installment, with Peter Well
Recently I read Miguel Corti's experimental comic Watchmen #13. A cut-up pdf created by numbering and randomizing the panels in Alan Moore and David Gibbon's Watchmen, the book is laid out along variations of the original's consistent nine-panel grid. It is a compelling read, one that made me think about the other major superhero comic of the same era
If you missed out on all the phalanx'n found in Square Enix's PSP release, 300: March to Glory back in 2006, Gamestop's got you quasi-covered with a new pre-order offer for God of War: Ascension. Gamestop's GoW:A standard and col
A new year means new action figures, busts and statues from DC Collectibles, although official solicitation listings indicate the company will kick off 2013 with a relatively conservative amount of merchandise. In January DCC will roll out a new Death statue, a Frank Miller-style Superman statue, a Boost
So far Warner Home Video has stuck to teasing scenes from Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Pt. 1 that more or less directly adapt Frank Miller's original comic story, but in the latest clip titled "Ha
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 was announced not too long ago, but fans have been looking forward to a full-fledged animated adaptation of Frank Miller's definitive work for much longer than that. The 1997 episode of The