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Friday, 31 August 2012

Holy Franchise Batman Bringing Caped Crusader To Screen

Since the Caped Crusader first made the leap from comics to silver screen in the early 1940s, generations of audiences have been captivated by the screen adventures of Batman. This book begins with the early movie serials of the 1940s and charts the development of Batman's many exploits across both live action and animation, presenting a comprehensive overview of his illustrious screen career.

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Batman of Shanghai

All credit to CN!
Batman of Shanghai is a series of animated shorts from the DC Nation block on Cartoon Network, presenting a unique re-imagining of the Batman universe in a heavily stylized form, set in a 1930's era Shanghai.

Batman's got Credit

Friday, 24 August 2012

Batman Metal!

TDKR = $1 Biliion

It’s official! The Dark Knight Rises has made over $900 million worldwide… $901.2 million to be exact. As reported earlier this week, The Dark Knight Rises is performing better at the international box office than The Dark Knight did in 2008. Box Office Mojo reminds us that The Dark Knight Rises is still scheduled to open in China and Italy later this month, which will definitely push it over the $1 billion mark!

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Details on a Deleted Scene From The Dark Knight Rises

Details on a Deleted Scene From The Dark Knight Rises | Superhero Hype

 "...there's a whole early section for Tom Hardy where he's fighting and being taunted by people. He's got chains on him, and he's standing on a wooden thing while people are attacking him. And in that scene, he's wearing a much more ragged, primitive version of the mask."

Batgirl:Spoiled Full Trailer

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Batman: The Brave and The Bold - Emperor Joker

I love this episode!

Batman's Gun

In a story published in October of 1939, Batman used a handgun to shoot a vampire—silver bullets to the heart. He used a gun again in the next episode, to fire some shots at two evil henchmen.

At the time, Detective Comics had just hired a new editorial director, a guy from Brooklyn named Whitney Ellsworth. (Not long after hiring Ellsworth, Detective Comics established an editorial advisory board, consisting of people like psychologists and English professors.) When Kane submitted his next story, Batman was shooting again. “Ellsworth said to take the gun out,” Kane remembered.

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