POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON January 4, 2013 Add Comments
In this episode Tim, Dane, and special guest Gary talk about the top Batman moments of 2012, Gary talks about Smallville and tells us what he would do if Man of Steel was the worst movie ever made. They also talk about the plot of the Justice League movie, Gail Simone's return to the Batgirl comic, the new Batman 60's show figures, and review the comics from the last two weeks.
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 6, 2012 Add Comments
In this brand new episode The Bat-Fans talk about Tony Daniel leaving Detective Comics, Stephanie Brown, Bryan Q. Miller and Smallville. They also talk about The Dark Knight Rises Mountain Dew Promotion and reveal that co-host Tim is actually Tim Robbins. In addition talk about Lego Batman 2, the La-La Land Records The Animated Series Volume 2 Soundtrack and cover all of the comics from the past two weeks amongst a bunch of other things.
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON June 14, 2012 Add Comments
Ever since Bryan Q. Miller's Batgirl ended almost a year ago, fans have asked questions relating to a heroine that surprised a lot of readers when the series launched. Where is Stephanie Brown? While for the last nine months, DC's response has been little to no response regarding the violet hero.
As it turns out, she will be appearing in a DC title very soon, as well as written by Miller. We mentioned earlier this week that Batman will be making his first appearance…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON June 12, 2012 1 Comment
Comic Book Resources did a little bit of digging into September's solicitations and found out that Batman will finally be making his was to the Smallville universe. While the character never appeared on screen during the show's ten season run, there was a mention. But starting very soon in the digital first series and carrying to print form in September, Clark Kent will be coming face to face with Batman.
Over on Bryan Q. Miller's blog, the writer had this to say about the upcoming story arc, “I feel like I’ve been sitting on a Christmas present for…
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POSTED BY Zach Betonte ON September 1, 2011 Add Comments
The CW television network has been no stranger to DC Comics properties in the past, producing "Smallville" which saw a shocking, 10 season run. But with that show ending, CW is now looking to adapt another comic-book property and it appears that property will be "Deadman". The creator of "Supernatural", Eric Kripke is currently writing the project, and plans to executive produce as well. It's no surprise that Kripke is the man to do this, Kripke has been linked to several comic-book properties over the years, most notably an attempted…
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POSTED BY Chris Gering ON June 24, 2011 Add Comments
Editor's Note: Green Lantern has been out for a week now and despite the critics not enjoying it, their are plenty of reasons to go see the film if you haven't already (or see it again). Comic fans in general have given the movie great reviews, including two of our very own. This is the first of two reviews for the film. Check out the site later today for the other.
It is good to see DC begin to venture out from the usual superheroes…
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POSTED BY Chris Gering ON May 26, 2011 Add Comments
When Tom Hardy was cast as Bane in the long-awaited sequel, The Dark Knight Rises, to our favorite Bat-film, The Dark Knight, as a Bat-fan, I was very excited. Hardy is yet another Brit whose acting abilities will certainly bring a renewed fervor to yet another villain from Batman’s extensive Rogues’ gallery. It makes me think back to Batman and Robin when Jeep Swenson played Bane, the dim-witted Venom-fueled super-soldier created by Smallville’s own Lionel Luthor, John…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON May 11, 2011 Add Comments
Relive each heroic moment by downloading the series now on iTunes.
To celebrate Warner Bros, Digital Distribution is giving fans the chance to get FREE Downloads of all 10 season premieres in HD and discounts on seasons 1-9, now for a limited time on iTunes.
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON April 27, 2011 Add Comments
Warner Bros. has sent over details for Smallville: The Complete Series which will release this coming fall. I myself have watched the show from the beginning, and although there are some episodes that have swayed from the comic origins, the series overall is great. Just a reminder, the season finale is a little over two weeks away. Here are the details provided by Warner Bros. about the complete series on DVD.
The Ultimate Collector’s Set for the Ultimate Fan
SMALLVILLE: THE COMPLETE SERIES
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POSTED BY admin ON January 14, 2011 Add Comments
So maybe I did only pick up this book only because of it’s inclusion of Damian Wayne’s Robin into the roster of young heroes. Even if that were true, this book has progressively won me over with every issue. J.T. Krul has written the current arc with a great number of parallels that do not take tell an engrossing story, but instead use the story as the background for the characters to interact and flesh out their motivations. The book’s most attractive new dynamic…
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