When Chris Nolan took over the Batman franchise, one of the most interesting changes he made was to the Batmobile.
Warner Bros. has released a long-form trailer for its upcoming super hero action film The Dark Knight Rises.
If you've watched Batman or read any of the comics, you know the caped crusader often relies on some sort of projectile that shoots a grappling hook - allowing him to climb up the side of a building with relative ease.
Titan Books has announced that it will be publishing an adaptation of Warner Bros. upcoming Batman trilogy conclusion, The Dark Knight Rises.
It's hard time for hardcore film fans.
Celluloid definitely looks better than Hi-Def, most cinema fans agree on this, but it won't be long before they stop making film altogether, and it's going to be a sad day when that happens.
One can't help but wonder if there will ever be an R rated superhero movie released for the masses.
As much as Batman’s really come a long way in recent years, there’s no way I’d ever criticize the 1966 TV show.
One of my favorite upgrades to the Batman franchise was the casting of Gary Oldman as Commissioner Gordon.
When I saw that Sheldon Moldoff passed away, the name didn't immediately ring a bell, but once I saw his artwork, I knew who he was right away.
So many genres have been brought back from the dead, yet it’s amazing no one’s really tried to revive the biker film.
We all loved playing with lightsabers, so don't pretend you didn't, just thankfully no one caught us on tape like the Star Wars kid.
DC Entertainment has announced a new epic graphic novel, which is slated to span the entire history of the DC universe, while crossing the paths of many of the publisher’s super hero characters.
Last fall, Warner Bros. published an animated adaptation of Batman: Year One, the graphic novel on which Batman Begins was partially based, and the current canon origin story for The Bat.
Is there too much hype behind The Hunger Games, which hits theaters on March 23?
Midnight showings for The Dark Knight Rises - which hits theaters July 20 - went on sale about a week ago and sold out in record time.
DC has confirmed that it will be replacing six of the titles from the new 52 when their arcs end after issue #8.
The Dark Knight Rises - which hits theaters on July 20 - is one of the biggest events in geekdom this year.
As you may recall, DC Comics underwent a remarkable reinvention last year by rebooting a number of comic lines - a move which prompted an impressive jump in digital sales.
2012 is going to be a huge year for geek movies, especially with The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, John Carter of Mars, new Quentin Tarantino and more.
Three issues in, and Jonah Hex is helping me understand why some people like Westerns so much.