What if Bruce Wayne wrote a manual describing how he became Batman? That’s the premise behind Brandon Snider’s The Dark Knight Manual from Insight Editions, a gorgeous coffee table book that’s filled to the brim with removable extras.
With the passing of San Diego Comic Con last weekend and the release of the Dark Knight Rises this Friday, I thought I would examine one aspect of the Batman mythos that has endured beyond anyone’s expectations. At SDCC we saw the release of a picture of the new Batmobile, and although I cannot say [...]
Yeah, yeah, tie-in games are never as good as they should be, blah blah whatever. Still… Where’s the game for The Dark Knight Rises? The answer is going to surprise you.
When it comes to superheroes on the big (and small) screen, costumes have been hit or miss. Here are our picks for the ten worst stinkers of all time.
The Dark Knight Rises is almost here, and Warner Bros. is kicking the publicity machine into overdrive. The latest tool in their arsenal? The virtual Tumbler Designer, that lets you create your own Batmobile.
We’re just over a month away from The Dark Knight Rises, people. A month! To tide us all over — or stir us into a depraved frenzy — here are 20 minimalist fan-made posters dedicated to the film.
I enjoy all of the LEGO video games, but I’m genuinely excited about LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes for an entirely different reason. For the first time ever, a LEGO game will feature an open world that you can explore and play through however you like.
You’ll see it in theaters this weekend attached to The Avengers (that irony could be article all its own), but why wait when you can watch the full-length, final trailer for The Dark Knight Rises right here, right now, along with 70+ high-res screengrabs!
Got the new Facebook Timeline yet? Don’t worry if you don’t. I am sure you have not failed to notice that note saying that everyone will be getting the new Timeline by the end of this month. I have ranted about the Timeline in the past, but to be honest, I couldn’t care less now. [...]
Instead of Arkham Asylum, we could have gotten a very, very different Batman game. A game set in the 19th Century Victorian era, with a steampunk Batman pitted against Jack the Ripper. Here’s a tech demo that shows what that game could have looked like.