• ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ Will Be the ‘Ultimate Batman Simulator’

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    After a successful run at the box office and on video game consoles the past few years, Batman remains one of the most popular comic book characters in modern culture. While heroes like Superman and Spider-Man get plenty of adoration from fans both young and old, Batman is especially well-loved – because, unlike alien beings or meta-humans, the Caped Crusader is a normal guy (al ...

  • Review: Batman #35 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo

    Inside Pulse - - 6 readers - Review: Batman #35 “Batman: Endgame Part One” (“The Paleman”) Published by DC Comics Written by Scott Snyder (James Tynion IV) Art by Greg Capullo (Kelley Jones) Coloured by Fco Plascencia (Michelle Madsen) (Note: I’m staying very light on spoilers for this review). The Plot The story begins with Bruce talking about the reconstruction of the Gotham Royal Theater after the Zero Year incident.
  • Tetsuya Nomura Is Busy with More than Kingdom Hearts III

    Kotaku - - 5 readers - Now that he's no longer helming Final Fantasy XV, Tetsuya Nomura seems to have a lot of free time to work on other projects. Today, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy XV has a new director.Read moreRead on The Nomura version of Japanese virtual idol, Hatsune Miku, is currently on display in New York until the 19th as part of a Hatsune Miku art exhibit.
  • Batman Easter Egg Found in ‘Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor’

    Game Rant - - 10 readers - It’s only been out (officially) for less than 24 hours and already gamers are poring over Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, trying to discover all the secrets Monolith‘s game holds. Most of those searching through Shadow of Mordor, however, are looking for references to Tolkien’s work, not unexpected nods like the one found this week. While not entirely unexpected given that Warner Bros.
  • Batman: The Animated Series VR Experience Announced For Oculus Rift

    Attack of the Fanboy - - 2 readers - For most anyone that grew up in the 1990s and watched cartoons, Batman: The Animated Series was likely a part of your daily after school routine. Winning a number of awards over the years, the series still stands the test of time and is seen as the best version of Batman ever brought to life by many people.

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  • Why Superhero Movie Fans Need To See Birdman

    …, this metafictional dive into the psyche of an American superhero, is less a satire on superheroes and more a look at what is broken inside us that makes us embrace so many different absurd fantasies about being appreciated by others. And that, in turn, gets at the heart of the disturbed superhero mentality in a way that fans of Tim Burton's Batman, ironically enough, might appreciate most of all. …

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  • LEGO Batman: Be-Leaguered, Coming Soon!

    … We’re getting a lot of Batman for the end of this year, we’ve got the next Arkham instalment coming up, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and now a LEGO Batman special. The special, which was announced on DC’s YouTube channel follows the LEGO DC heroes forming their own Justice League, with a less then reluctant Batman who believes he can take care…

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  • Review: Justice League #35 by Geoff Johns, Doug Mahnke, and Ivan Reis

    … find out next issue. The first couple pages I thought that Mahnke was really rocking Reis’ style until I figured out that it was actually Ivan Reis. Even though his pages were brief I really liked how his Wonder Woman and Batman looked. I really liked Mahnke’s facial expressions. Lex had a good range of looks in this issue and Mahnke isn’t afraid…

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  • Warner Bros. Reveals Film Slate ’til 2020

    …It’s safe to say Harry Potter and Warner Bros. have had a huge effect in franchise planning. The final movie being split into two trick seems to be a new thing, or at least it looks that way with three of J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them being lined up and what appears to be a two parter Justice League. This coloured table…

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  • Warner Bros. Reveals DC Comics Movie Slate

    … explained more about Warner Bros.’ ambitious plans with its superhero properties. It all starts with the already in production Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, starring Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill and directed by Zack Snyder (Man of Steel). Also that year is Suicide Squad from David Ayer (Fury, End of Watch). It has been slotted for August 5…

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  • Justice League, Wonder Woman Movies Coming in 2017

    …If you've been wondering about the exact timeline for when Warner Bros would be expanding their cinematic universe based off DC Comics, then wonder no longer. Movies based off of Suicide Squad, Justice League and Wonder Woman are coming in the next five years. At a Warner Bros. investor event today, where Wall Street Journal writer Ben Fritz…

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  • NYCC 2014: Batman introduces Batman/Forever stamps at the Con

    …The US postal service has a brand new series of Batman-centric stamps ready for envelopes across the country, and they were introduced by the Dark Knight himself at the NYCC this past weekend. DC Comics bigs Dan DiDio and Jim Lee were on hand for the event, which is a part of the festivities surrounding the Dark Knight’s 75th birthday. “For years…

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  • NYCC 2014: S.H.Figuarts impresses with Injustice figures

    …Incredible levels of detail and posability equal some amazing-looking ‘toys’ with S.H.Figuarts’ new Injustice: Gods Among Us series. I have a few figures from Figuarts, namely Aliens and Predator toys, and I don’t own too many more that can even come close to matching the articulation and the detailing on them. I basically just started collecting…

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  • We're Getting A LEGO Movie Spinoff About Batman! Darkness! No Parents!

    …Cue up the Bat-metal! Will Arnett will be reprising his role as the self-important Batman from The LEGO Movie for his very own plastic adventure. And the script is being penned by the author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter. The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Chris McKay, who served as animation…

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  • NYCC 2014: Project TriForce booth tour

    …Have a look at what’s new from the folks at the best high-end video game replica maker around, straight from the floor of the NYCC. Always a favorite booth of mine when I head to any Comic Con is Project TriForce’s. The company makes some of the flat-out coolest stuff around and this year’s show in New York (going on through this weekend…

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  • Review: Batman #35 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo

    …. It was brief, but I enjoy the little things that show us the spirit of Gotham. I was glad that even though we find out who is behind everything, we are still left with questions because we don’t actually see the character. As a result, this will be at the top of my reading list next month. The art had its good spots such as the theater and the final…

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