Holy Bonus Episode Batman! That’s right! We are back with a BONUS episode of the Damage Control Podcast! In honor of the late, great Adam West we have recorded commentary track for Batman: The Movie, the 1966 movie that was released between seasons 1 and 2 of the legendary Batman
Suicide Squad should’ve been a home run. A film starring a who’s who of DC Comics villains, including The Joker, Harley Quinn and Deadshot? Sounds like a blast. It should’ve wiped away the bad taste of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Instead, it only exacerbated the problems surrounding the DC Extended Universe.
I didn’t like Man of Steel. Zack Snyder’s “down to earth” and “gritty” reboot of Superman was bloated (the entire Krypton sequence was pointless) with a third act that was nothing but destruction porn. Man of Steel refused to concern itself with the consequences of destroying a city and killing thousands of
Batman fans, rejoice! If you couldn’t score the special edition box set because of money and collect the single DVD box sets, you can grab Batman: Season 2, Part Two on DVD today! Synopsis: Greetings, Citizens! With perfectly pitched scripts and the iconic high-camp cleverness of “POW!,” “THWACK!” and “ZAP!”
Welcome back to Hall H here at Comic Con 2015! We will be here all day to provide live blogs for all eight panels here today, kicking off with arguably the biggest of them all: Warner Bros! The most anticipated movie of the panel will be Zack Synder’s Batman
DC Entertainment announced on April 24th that writer and artist Frank Miller will be returning to the “Dark Knight” saga. “The Dark Knight III” will act as the sequel to Miller’s 1986 classic, “The Dark Knight Returns.” The sequel, titled, “The Dark Knight: The Master Race,” will conclude the trilogy
Batman: The Complete Television Series is out now on DVD/Blu-ray! I’ve never been more excited! The set offers loads for any Batman fan and looks spectacular. Thanks to this release, we’re getting a wave of Adam West interviews and it’s quite possibly the best thing ever. I’ve included four below
Oh, Batman. How I love thee. A lot. I’ve loved Batman for as long as I can remember. It wasn’t until The Dark Knight movie that I got really into him and all his past adventures. I’d grew up watching Batman, Batman Returns, and yes, even Batman and Robin. (Which
Tetsuya Nomura (Final Fantasy and Kingdom of Hearts) has re-imagined the Dark Knight and some of his foes. This move is part of the Square Enix’s DC Comics Variant Play Arts Kai line of action figures. Of course, Square Enix is no stranger to reimagining the DC universe. Last year, their
With Gotham Academy coming to comic book stores this October 1, it’s time to introduce readers to the students of the Academy. Below are promo pictures of the main characters that series’ writers used to tease us of what is to come. The team includes Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl. The promo
Get to know Glen Powell before he blows stuff up in THE EXPENDABLES 3.