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Saturday, 30 April 2016

Batman and Velma Team Up in DARK KNIGHT RETURNS and SCOOBY-DOO Mashup Art

Artist Marco D’Alfonso is back with another humorous illustration that mashes together Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns with Hanna Barbera’s Scooby-Doo. The art was created for The Line is Drawn’s Hanna-Barbera/Comic Book mashup series

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

TRAILER “The Killing Joke” Hamill’s Joker Return

 
Here is it, our first look at the highly anticipated Batman: The Killing Joke animated feature film reuniting our favorite caped crusader Kevin Conroy and the greatest Joker alive, Mark Hamill.
Warner Brothers released the very first trailer for this rated R animated film:



Saturday, 16 April 2016

‘Batman: The Killing Joke’ Animated Movie Gets Official R Rating


 The original comic book made waves as not only becoming the only real
definitive telling of the villain’s origin story, but also for its dark
imagery and deep, psychological torture of Detective Jim Gordon and the
story’s brutal treatment of his daughter, Barbara, at the hands of the
Clown Prince of Crime. And why? Just to prove that all it takes is one bad day for everyone to go a little mad inside.



 “From the start of production, we encouraged producer Bruce Timm and
our team at Warner Bros. Animation to remain faithful to the original
story — regardless of the eventual MPAA rating, The Killing Joke is
revered by the fans, particularly for its blunt, often-shocking adult
themes and situations. We felt it was our responsibility to present our
core audience — the comics-loving community — with an animated film that
authentically represented the tale they know all too well.”

Friday, 15 April 2016

World's Finest - Man of Steel Fan Film (Batman VS Superman)

Set shortly after the
events of the 2013 film 'Man of Steel,' The global community comes to
grips with the destruction of Metropolis and a young Bruce Wayne returns
from his training abroad to prepare for his first true challenge. The stage will be set as the World's Finest meet for the first time.

Decades of the Batmobile!

http://13thdimension.com/the-batmobile-decade-by-decade/

Brit publisher Eaglemoss has carved out a cool niche for itself over the last several years in the U.S., a sort-of affordable Danbury Mint for comics and sci-fi collectors: superhero chess pieces, Star Trek starships, Marvel and DC figurines.
Their best line , unsurprisingly — is Batman Automobilia, a series of small, high-quality models, featuring a very broad variety of Bat-vehicles going all the way back to the original red roadster.
Check out the link above for the complete article and many more pics of some of these GREAT collectables.

Sunday, 10 April 2016

Hardest Part of Batman is Bruce Wayne

Kevin Smith, that jolly trenchcoat wearing sidekick to Jay, spoke with Variety recently while promoting his recent film Yoga Hosers. Kevin Smith is a hardcore Batman fan to say the least; he has made several references to the characters within his movie and even assaulted a mall while dressed as the Dark Knight. To take it one step further he even named his daughter Harley Quinn! Pretty hardcore, eh? So it is from that front that Kevin speaks about the character of the Caped Crusader. “The hardest thing to nail about Batman is Bruce Wayne, because that’s where you’ve got no mask and you’ve got to be a human being. But that dude is Bruce Wayne, so he’s born to play that role.” Who was he referring to? The Ben Affleck of course! Can I just introduce him with a ‘The’? Sure, why not!
Read the whole article at the link above!  
 

Epic New ‘Suicide Squad’ Trailer



 Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, and Cara Delevingne took the stage at the 2016 MTV Movie Awards to premiere a brand new trailer for Suicide Squad! A shorter version was shown on TV, but you can check out the full trailer above for even more. There’s epic new footage, including new shots of Ben Affleck’s Batman.

Friday, 8 April 2016

Beware of the Iron Joker!


Thursday, 7 April 2016

REEL RETRO CINEMA: 1949’s BATMAN AND ROBIN

http://13thdimension.com/reel-retro-cinema-1949s-batman-and-robin/
This is a great retro website! Check it out
Did you know there was a film titled Batman and Robin that doesn’t make the average Bat-Fan want to throw themselves in front of the nearest train? It’s true! It’s a 1949 movie serial starring the Darknight Detective and the Boy Wonder squaring off against the mysterious hooded bad guy known as the Wizard!


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