Who’s Bats’ greatest enemy? The Joker? Jason Todd? Himself? Dorkly imagines a much simpler answer that exposes Bruce for the insane and spoiled brat that he is. The funniest thing about this is that Neil Gaiman already made this joke.
Batman meets a thug who also lost his parents at an early age. They bond over their common experiences, like living alone in a mansion and spending your adult life punching your anger out instead of looking for more productive ways to help.
Batman started out as a lethal force of justice, but in the 1940s he and his sidekick Robin adopted a no killing rule. Which, as Mr. Sunday Movies shows, he absolutely did not obey. Yep, he went on to off people in the comics too.
The latest trailer for Batman v Superman showed Supes’ and General Zod’s destructive battle in Man of Steel from Batman’s perspective. YouTuber Long Rangel stitched the scenes from both movies into one cohesive clip.
We now know why Bruce Wayne is so pissed at Clark Kent in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice – he destroyed one of Wayne’s buildings, and killed dozens during his battle with Zod. And now Lex Luthor is playing them off of each other.
Illustrator Marco D’Alfonso pokes fun at the horrible Batman & Robin and its nippled suits by mashing it up with Rolling Stone‘s infamous Janet Jackson magazine cover. The poster measures 11″x 14.5″ and has a 0.25″ border for framing.
Dorkly explains why Daredevil should change his name to Batman. And they’re not talking about Frank Miller’s lasting depiction of the character. It’s a lot simpler than that. Besides, there’s someone else who should be called Daredevil.
The latest trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight reveals a new feature called Dual Play. During combat, you’ll be able to switch between Bats and his allies, including Robin, Nightwing and Catwoman for tag team action.
The first look at Zack Snyder’s battle between The Dark Knight and Superman doesn’t do much to explain why they’re at each other’s throats, but it paints a sufficiently bleak picture of the world for Affleck and Cavill to face off within.
Michael Keaton came back to Saturday Night Live after 33 years(!) for his performance in Birdman. But SNL obviously missed the point of that movie, because all they want him to be is The Dark Knight. The Dark Knight. The Dark Knight.
The latest gameplay video for Batman: Arkham Knight showcases the game’s open world, where citizens gawk and scream as Bats basically flies and power slides all over Gotham. We wish we could also even the odds just by pressing a button.
Apparently a lot of people disagreed with how the Super Power Beat Down between Batman and Darth Vader ended, so Bat in the Sun made an alternate version of the short film. If you’ve seen the original, you can skip to 2:55 for the battle.
Armatus Designs isn’t just making any old cosplay Batsuit. His version can actually take a punch. In fact, it can take lots of punches. His padded and armored suit is also lined with Kevlar. Though it won’t help in all situations.
Rocksteady’s upcoming Batman game is looking more and more polished, as Scarecrow assembles a rogues’ gallery of baddies to destroy Batman and take over Gotham once and for all. PS3/PS4 players get a bonus set of Scarecrow missions.
A 1:12 scale remote-controlled Batmobile from Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. Use your iOS or Android device as the remote control, and toggle its lights, spoilers, engine sounds and more. Comes with a Batman action figure.
Batman goes to the Death Star to rescue Superman. But before he can do that he has to go through Darth Vader in this snazzy short from Super Power Beat Down. Why don’t the Sith just Force Choke their way through every battle?
The latest trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight is a gameplay montage that sees Bats infiltrate a chemical factory guarded by the titular antagonist. The Arkham Knight may have an army, but the Dark Knight has the Batmobile.
The Dark Knight from the LEGO movies challenges the Man of Steel to a battle. For some reason. Superman doesn’t get it either and refuses to fight, but Bats is determined to throw everything but the Bat Kitchen Sink at him.
Melancholic photos of heroes and villains done in the style of 17th c. Flemish paintings. Sacha Goldberger worked with make-up artists, costume designers, digital retouchers and models over a 2-year period to create the images.
Comics Alliance made this neat chart that catalogs the announced lineup of superhero movies from Marvel/Disney, Warner Bros., Sony and Fox. 2017 is crazy packed. We can’t wait for Black Panther and LEGO Batman.