Batman's cool. Not only is he the smartest guy in the room, but he's got fancy tech and gadgets to boot. And this set truly captures the arsenal at the disposal of the Caped Crusader®. Plus some extra.
Inspired by Maya art and Camazotz, an actual bat god from Mayan mythology, here's artist Kimbal's pre-Columbian Batman.
Growing up outside of St. Louis, there was a Six Flags only a forty-minute drive away. You could look right off the highway and see the sprawling parking lot, the giant Ferris wheel, and the twisted metal of all the roller coasters. The most imposing snake-like construction was Batman: The Ride.
Hot off the heels of the previous fun run, the folks over in Taiwan have held another hero run. This time, they run for the Dark Knight!
Joker, as a Chaos Wyrm and Batman as... well as The Dark Knight in DeviantART artist sandara's surreal piece. That's breathtaking! Like one of the bosses from Dark Souls, except it looks more evil.
So another Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece figure finally came out, and, as is my nature, I simply had to get it. This time, Hong Kong collectible figure maker Hot Toys came out with a version 2.0 to their highly popular Dark Knight Joker figure. Interestingly enough, the first Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece item I ever bought…
This is what you get for inviting Batman over for Christmas, though to be fair I'm not sure they actually invited him. Then again, maybe they should have expected that the Dark Knight would drop by at some point—this has apparently happened to them before.
Michael Caine is a badass. We're all aware of that. But the 79-year-old actor revealed this week that he's such a badass, he was even doing Christopher Nolan's job for him on the set of the Dark Knight trilogy.
It would probably look like Gotham High, created by these brilliant YouTubers at movieclipsTRAILERS.
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.
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.
I guess Batman Week is more or less official at this point, huh? In an effort to prove the unending amazingness of the internet, the folks at Hub TV have recut the entire Dark Knight trailer using nothing but footage and voice-over from the classic Batman: The Animated Series. It's a promotion for their upcoming …
The new era of Batman might be a little too...dark for the likes of 60s Robin.
And if you must invite Batman to your birthday party, make sure it's the nice one. Not the Christopher Nolan version. He's kind of a dick.
A composer behind movies like The Dark Knight and a former member of the triphop band Massive Attack will unite for the Halo 4 soundtrack, according to a report today.
You know, I haven't actually seen the live-action version of this trailer. For most movies these days, I go into blackout mode, try and save myself for when I see the actual flick.
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.
Summer means sun. Weeks off school, days off work, Coronas under a palm tree as a sea breeze washes over you. But it also means it's time for Hollywood's big shebang: the summer blockbusters.