With the events of Forever Evil behind us, the DC universe faces uncertain times. If you haven’t been following DC Comics or just aren’t caught up to the events in question please consider this your spoiler warning.
Tag Archives: batman
Swinging on a vine
Check out Matthew MartineZ’s post on Vine!
Official Title and Logo for Batman Vs. Superman
May 6, 2016 is going to be the happiest day of my life. Two of my favorite,if not my absolute favorite, characters will be coming together in a big screen, live action extravaganza .
New Logo and New Content Coming Soon… Oh and the new Batman is revealed
Sorry I’ve been away awhile.
The winter was not as kind to me as I would have liked, creativity wise that is.
I have big plans for the site, including webcomics, a vid series, and an all new season of the podcast. I swear I’ll get the last episode of The Thor Saga out soon.
Now I would like to draw your attention to the new logo for the site.
It was designed by the amazing Meredith Rowe. Check her out here at http://meredithdesign.blogspot.com/
Now may I just for a moment have a big old fanboy gush fest for this pic of the new Dark Knight Detective
This photo was tweeted by director Zack Snyder himself and this Bat-fan couldn’t be more pleased.
One day I will record a podcast about my love for The Batman but for now enjoy this long overdue update.
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
I may flash some spoilers.
The latest animated DC Universe film finds Barry Allen, The Flash, in a fight for the past, present, and future in this epic tale of love, loss, and war. Continue reading
Beware The Batman
Beware the SPOILERS!
The newest animated incarnation of our beloved dark knight has finally premiered. With a combination of a darker tone with some fantastical elements this version of the character is fresh and familiar all at once. Continue reading
West and Ward are back!
The dynamic duo have returned in digital comic form.
My Dad and The Batman
It was a warm night in 1989. I was a young lad of about 6 and I was waiting in a line that wrapped itself around the movie theater and vibrated with anticipation. My father hoisted me up to sit on his shoulders and I looked out and saw an ocean of people as far as my young eyes could see. At the end of the line was a poster which donned a symbol that would come to define a good portion of my life. THE BATMAN!