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Fan-favorites Kevin Conroy, Dana Delany and Nathan Fillion will reprise their roles as Batman, Lois Lane and Green Lantern, respectively, in DC's new animated feature Justice League: The Flashpoint
Perhaps taking a cue from the Internet's instinct to remix and mash-up things with other things, The Hub cable network has released a new advertisement in support of an upcoming programming block of Batman: The Animated Series -- the classic cartoon to which many ComicsAlliance contributors owe their livelihoods -- that recuts clips from the show to match up with the The Dark Knight Rises trailer. But what sets this clip apart from other montages edited to
Fans waiting on Rocksteady's followup to Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City may want to brace for a timewarp. According to Variety, Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment will once again team with Rocksteady for a Batman game, only this title will rewind to the Silver Age and could includ
Movies: The Australian trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man contains a bit of new footage.
Anime: Funimation has announced a big product rollout for 2012, including a new app and tons of Tenchi.
Movies: Judge Dredd co-creator John Wagner has seen Dredd, a
The Internet is telling me that today, May 25, is Geek Pride Day, which Wikipedia describes as "a non-denominational holiday to be celebrated by nerds and geeks who do not feel ashamed of showing their unconventional interests in public." I'm incredulous. Geek Pride Day on the Internet is like Empire Pride Day on the Death St
Everything we knew about DC Comics changed in a flash last September, and now it looks like DC's animated movies are about to face their very own Flashpoint with voice actor Kevin Conroy of Batman The Animated Series, Batman: Arkham City (and... tons of other Batman voice roles) fame letting it slip that he's
With its October 18 release date just days away, anticipation has never been hotter for Batman: Arkham City, the sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum, the Guinness World Record for best reviewed superhero video game ever. On hand to discuss the game with a packed auditorium of fans was Sefton Hill, the game direct