Do you remember how you felt the first time you saw the Caped Crusader's new look in Batman: The Animated Series? Andrea Rhodes' work hit us like a ten-ton mallet to the forehead when we laid our eyes on her growing sketchbook of Bat-art. It look
DC's recently-announced licensing agreement with Sideshow Collectibles has officially borne fruit. Sideshow has released an image of a hyper-detailed Joker premium format figure, which is the first of a full line of premium statues, busts and other collectibles based on DC Comics' characters in the company's future.Sideshow is set to host a a full product reveal during Preview Night this evening at the
Since the earliest days of superhero comics there's been a tug of war between the forces of whimsical adventure and those of grim 'n gritty realism. Now, don't be alarmed, the question of which is the one right and true way to tell a capes and tights story wasn't resolved once and for all this week, so we can all thankfully keep arguing about it.
The dynamic between Batman and the Joker has been explored many times throughout the two characters' histories, but there's another character in the DC Universe who presents almost as intriguing a contrast to the Joker's madness: Lex Luthor. Luthor shares the Joker's me-fir
If you're one of the nearly 2 million Minecraft fans to have jumped into the sandbox building game's pandemonium of pixels of late, you've doubtless indulged in the Alpha version's character customization feature. While not the most sophisticated graphically, there's a certain appeal to the si
This week, Grant Morrison's run on Batman and Robin concludes with the final chapter, "Black Mass." Since Return of Bruce Wayne #6 isn't coming out until next week, the exact details of the end of Bruce's journey through time and the true nature of Barbatos will have to go unanswered for now. In this i
Can you believe there are already nine original animated films from Warner Bros.' DC Universe line, with at least an additional three in production? With such memorable DC Comics stories like "DC: The New Frontier" and "The Death of Superman" adapted for feature-length animation, it seems only a matter of time before producers announce a film based on "Batman: The Killing Joke," the character-defining Joker story by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland. Such
DC Comics' blitz of new Batman titles continues in January with "Batman: Europa," a four-issue miniseries written by Brian Azzarello with a rotating artist roster including Jock, Diego Latorre, Giuseppe Camuncoli, and a first issue drawn by DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee. The story finds Batman infected with a deadly disease and teamed up with the Joke