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Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Justice League vs. The Legion of Doom

There's Cosplay...and then there's Epic Cosplay.
This very cool video was shot during  Dragon Con 2014 featuring members of the Justice League vs. The Legion of Doom

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Guy builds his own "Batmobile"

I orignially found this on the Bat-Blog (link above)
Here are some of the pics from BatDudes website. Click the link for way more pics! i wonder if he would build me one???

Saturday Morning Steam-punk


Thursday, 23 October 2014

An Intervention for #BATMAN


#OttawaStrong

.Our thoughts and prays are with our friends and countrymen in Ottawa this week!
"We will not be intimidated"
"True North Strong and FREE"

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Monday, 20 October 2014

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Carrie Kelly in #BatmanvSuperman ??

 
The role has reportedly been filled by Hunger Games actress Jena Malone and was first reported by Michigan television station WILX 10, which was advised by a source on condition of anonymity.
It is believed that Ms Malone, 29, was seen on set in Detroit and follows on from suspicions that the actress was cast in the role, after she posted a picture of her dyed red hair to Instagram on 4 October.


Thursday, 16 October 2014

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

The Gates are Open #gotham

Fox TV animated GIF

DC Superhero Movie Line up

 
Warner Bros. is currently holding a big shareholder meeting today, and during the meeting the studio revealed some big release date information for their slate of upcoming DC superhero movies. Thanks to Ben Fritz of the Wall Street Journal, we have learned the following details that includes information about Suicide SquadJustice League 2; Aquaman; Cyborg; a new standalone Superman movie; a standalone Batman movie, and a Green Lantern reboot. They also revealed the actor who will be playing The Flash in a standalone film. Here are all of the details we know so far:
"First DC movie after Batman vs Superman will be Suicide Squad."
"Wonder Woman movie coming in 2017!"
"2nd DC movie in 2017: Justice League"
"2018 DC Movies: The Flash starring Ezra Miller and Aquaman starring Jason Momoa"
"2019 DC Movies: Shazam (with Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam) and Justice League 2"
"Other DC movies in the works: Cyborg, a Green Lantern reboot, and new stand-alone Superman and Batman movies."

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Keaton thought Batman 3 Sucked!


He was supposed to come back for a third Batman film, but once Burton's film was ditched by the studio in favor of Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever things took a turn for the worse. The studio offered Keaton $15 million dollars to reprise his role as the Dark Knight in the film, but he turned it down. CBS Sunday Morning asked why he turned it down and he gave one simple answer,
"Sucked. Yeah, it just was awful!"
Read the whole article at the link above.

Monday, 13 October 2014

#TheFlash

I really enjoyed the pilot of #TheFlash. Here's a quick look at episode 1.


Saturday, 11 October 2014

History of #Batman Video Games 1986-2014

check out the link for a complete history and more screen shots and videos! 
 
 
Remarkably enough, Batman’s first appearance in a video game never saw an American release, as European fans were treated to his exploits a full two years before their brethren across the pond would get the chance to play as The Dark Knight.

Friday, 10 October 2014

Feel Good Friday

http://www.wilx.com/home/headlines/Batman-Patrols-Streets-of-Detroit-277002961.html?device=phone

On the streets of Detroit, you may hear a voice coming from a loud speaker on a car going down the road. That voice is Walter Gildersleeve.
"We are Detroit Street Watchers and this is what we do. Taking back our community, making sure we keep the scum out of abandoned houses," the voice booms.
Gildersleeve is better known as Batman in the Motor City. He doesn't wear tights or a cape, but he spends every spare moment patrolling neighborhoods, trying to keep shady characters out of the city's many abandoned homes. He carries a gun and announces himself before going into houses.

It's a Good Day for some BAtgirl!

http://geektyrant.com/news/60s-batgirl-unmasked-cosplay
Just another example of some wicked ass Cosplay

 This Batgirl cosplay modeled by Fanini Rabbids, created by MK Roguer, and photographed by Arturo Vega is truly fun.



Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Celebrating #Batman75

This guy went to the 75th Anniversary display at Warner Brothers. Here's some great pics he took.
http://imgur.com/a/YdJoO

They had original print comics of early appearances of the caped crusader. On the left there is "Detective Comics (DC) no. 27" which marked the originally debut of a brand-new character called "The Batman" in May 1939. The cover promises "Amazing and Unique Adventures" and "64 pages of action!," which seems like a pretty good deal for 10¢. On the right is "Batman #1," his first solo series.

 http://collider.com/the-batman-exhibit-images-video-wb/

This link has some "official" videos to and over 100 great pics of the displays! Check it out.



Friday, 3 October 2014

62 Years of DC Superheroes on TV

Marvel may have spent the last five years pummeling DC Comics in movie theaters, but on the small screen, DC is king. With "Gotham," "The Flash," and "Constantine" premiering this fall, and supposed "Supergirl" and "Teen Titans" shows in the works, it's time to look back at the last 70 years of the live-action televised DC Universe. Here are some of the best, worst and weirdest adaptations of some of their most beloved characters.

"Superboy" (1988)
Unsurprisingly, "Legends of the Superheroes" signaled the end of superhero TV shows for nearly a decade. That, plus the tailspin of the Christopher Reeves "Superman" films, kept DC off the airwaves throughout most of the 80s, and when it returned, it did so with "Superboy." Kind of underwhelming, right? The show wasn't known for its quality; it was more of a poorly written version of the "Superman" movies. There's some joy in watching WWF Superstar Lex Luger in a Superman costume, but not enough joy to recommend this show.

"Swamp Thing: The Series" (1990)
Failing to match the sophistication of Alan Moore's mid-80s comic book run, the campy fun of the early-80s movies or the subsequent cartoon series’s theme song, "Swamp Thing: The Series" had a strong cult following but also some serious detractors. Watching the show now is a chore, but it somehow managed to wrangle 72 episodes between 1990-93. Nine years later, "Freaks and Geeks" would be canceled after 12, because life isn’t fair.

"The Flash" (1991)
While "Swamp Thing: The Series" and "Superboy" were enjoying an undeserved multi-season runs, and Tim Burton’s "Batman" was breaking records, CBS decided to take "The Flash" for a spin. With CBS investing $1.6 million per episode, "The Flash" needed to hit the ground, uh, running. So the show attracted big name guest stars, such as Mark Hamill and David Cassidy, to fill out the hero's Rogues Gallery, but scheduled for a Thursday night slot, "The Flash" was going up against "The Cosby Show" and "The Simpsons," which were embroiled in a heated ratings battle at the time. Armed with only the seemingly useless power of running really fast, things became too much for The Flash to handle, and the show was quickly canceled and forgotten.

"Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993)
"Lois & Clark" may have started the trend towards shows about out-of-costume superheroes, which continues to this day with ten years of "Smallville" and tonight's premiere of "Gotham." While Lois (Teri Hatcher) was a focal point for the series, which focused more closely on Clark (Dean Cain) than Superman, "The New Adventures of Superman" did have enough costumed adventuring to keep the show on the air for four seasons. And the show was a smash hit, with 15 million people watching new episodes every week by Season 3.

"Justice League of America" (1997)
This unaired pilot is a nightmare, a poorly scripted, acted, and directed sitcom that just happens to feature superheroes. It's a strange assortment of Justice League participants -- Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, and The Flash being the most recognizable -- in a war against lousy special effects, ill-fitting costumes and a villain who really doesn’t help either of those things. With such nail-biting adventures as The Atom fixing the TV of his roommate Green Lantern, it's not hard to figure out why no network picked this one up.

Justice League America JLA TV Pilot by fmvgamer

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