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
Some men like Heath Ledger and Mark Hamill were born to play the role of The Joker. Many other people in the world were given different talents, but still insist on channeling their Joker enthusiasm into terrible, terrible costumes. If you watch "The Office," you already know that this fact of life was not lost on the show's writers in a Halloween episode that aired after "The Dark Knight" came out. Sadly, Joker overexposure has been lost on many cosplayers on the Internet, and those stubborn individuals leave the rest of us with no other choice than to point at them and encourage our children not to follow their examples.
Fans of Mark Hamill's voice work as the Joker in the animated "Batman" universe now have an extra reason to pick up "Batman: Arkham Asylum 2," as the video game sequel marks his last time ever playing the Clown Prince of Crime
How many of you have gone out and purchased Apple's iPad yet? For me, it's kind of like the apple in the Garden of Eden, if you'll forgive the obvious pun: as badly as I want to consume it, I know I can't justify the purchase right now
CHANGING MY MIND? - The Brave and the Bold 31
I've not been a fan of J. Michael Straczynski's run on "The Brave and the Bold." I thought he wasn't a good match for a series of one-shot stories with a rotating cast of heroes. I thought he often tried to
The central concept behind "Twilight" -- and its sequel, "New Moon," which is currently destroying box office records -- is that a pretty young thing falls in love with a monster best known for preying on humankind, but she nonetheless has absolute faith that their love will overcome his desire to kill her all the time.
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