Hong Kong toy company Hot Toys recently held an "itasha" competition to see who could cover its Batmobile/Tumbler model in nerd cool the best in hopes of winning Batman figurines.
Now that everybody's buzzing about the sexy new BlackBerry Z10, mobile gaming giant Gameloft steps up to the plate to ensure gamers considering a switch that they'll be at least 11 games for them to play on their shiny new handset, including The Amazing Spider-Man, The Dark Knight Rises and Modern Combat 4. Does this…
Following up my review for the Hot Toys Avengers Hawkeye figure, I was surprised to find my order of the Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece The Dark Knight Rises 1/6th scale figure Batman arrive in the mail. Granted it was one month late, but the Hong Kong collectible company is both notoriously and understandably late in…
Genius human Peer Kreuger has built these LEGO replicas of vehicles from The Dark Knight Rises, which not only look just like their on-screen counterparts, but act like them as well.
Ah, the poetry and metaphor of the prison sequence in The Dark Knight Rises! How would one ever turn that into an awesome video game level?
As I exited the theater early Friday morning after a midnight showing of the third and final film in Christopher Nolan's acclaimed Batman trilogy, the air was filled with excited chatter. "I didn't see that coming!" "I knew it all along!" "I want to see it again!" The crowd seemed quite pleased. I wasn't feeling it.
The official video game for The Dark Knight Rises costs $7, looks amazing on my iPad, is a bit of a mess and is one of the most important video games of the year.
I saw The Dark Knight Rises this weekend, and while I thought it was absolutely wonderful, there was one thing that kept distracting me: the villain, Bane, sounds exactly like Diablo mainstay Deckard Cain. Deckard Bane, if you will.
A colleague IM'd me earlier today, asking if I was ready for video games to take the blame for this morning's awful shooting rampage in Aurora, Colorado.
To make a film about a character like Batman is to reckon with the notion that all of the good stories have been told.
Tickets for the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises might be sold out across the board, but here's one guy with a spare. Don't get too excited: there's a catch.
And so, this week, The Dark Knight finally rises, concluding Chris Nolan's Batman trilogy.
Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises won't be out until later this month, but if you're fiending for an early hit before then, you can try this low-budget film. I think it captures the essence of Batman and the other characters quite well.
Absolutely stunning movie trailers for The Dark Knight Rises and Prometheus exploded all over the web in the last 24 hours. A few weeks ago, it was the promo clips for Looper that got everybody buzzing. Like lots of other folks, I eagerly watched all those teasers over and over again. And I can't stop thinking about…
It sounds like a joke at first: What if Batman got addicted to drugs? But legendary Batman writer Denny O’Neil took a laughable premise and turned it into one of the best character portraits the Caped Crusader’s ever seen.
Batman: Venom shows off everything that makes Denny O’Neil one of my favorite writers. His work…
The first The Dark Knight Rises trailer was just a tease, but this one really gives the people what they want. Bane, the return of The Joker and even some Cat Woman S&M action. If this doesn't get you excited for the end of the Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy, nothing will.