Writer Frank Miller is easily the most significant author to touch Batman since Bob Kane and Bill Finger came up with the character in the 1930s. Batman as we understand him today is derived in large part from Miller's work, and that wouldn't be true if here hadn't struck gold in his interpretation of the Dark Knight.
In what is plainly the best possible news we will report for the rest of 2011, Rocksteady and Warner Bros. have confirmed that players of Batman: Arkham City will have a variety of looks to choose from as they pu
If you're like us you've quite literally never wondered what The Dark Knight Returns would be like if it was a French noir film that included the Hugh Jackman version of Wolverine killing Batman at the end. But filmmaker Pierre Desgranges did wonde
TV: Eric Martsolf shows off his Booster Gold duds, which fans can see in action on April 22 episode of Smallville.
Whuzah?: Robin Williams is going to play the ghost of a tiger in an upcoming Broadway show Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, the plot of which sounds suspiciously similar to Brian K. Vaughan and Niko Henrichon's Pride of Baghdad.
The final cycle of Batman: The Brave and the Bold episodes begins tonight, and Executive Producer James Tucker is going to take the beloved series out with a serious bang. "The Battle of the Superheroes" guest-stars Superman, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor, Jimmy Olson, Turtle Boy, Metallo, Krypto and Mister Mxyzptlk. But more importantly, th
Back in June DC Comics took its first step toward a more digital future by releasing a signature digital comics sales app via comiXology on mobile devices like the iPad and iPhone. Today, as reported by DC's The Source, the publisher is taking its branding even further with
While some comics can properly utilize a little decompression to convey their respective intended meanings, there's definitely a time and a place for a faster pace. With that in mind, Wizzywig Comics blogger Ed Piskor h
What happens when superheroes grow old? It's been addressed in plenty of comic book stories from Frank Miller's classic old Batman story "The Dark Knight Returns" to the grey-haired Superman of "Kingdom Come," and of course, Marvel entire series of "The End" comics, imagining the final days of heroes like Wolverine, the Hulk, and the X-Men.
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