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Official Trailer Released for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison April 17, 2015
Warner Bros Pictures has released a 2 minute, 13 second official trailer for its upcoming film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, its live-action theatrical sequel to Man of Steel and the second installment of a planned shared cinematic universe starring the superheroes of DC Comics. The video highlights considerable public controversy over the revelation […]

“Batman: Arkham Knight” Gets “M for Mature” Rating

by Dan Collinson February 26, 2015
Superhero Hype (Via IGN) reports that the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight video game will be rated “M” for mature by the Entertainment Software Rating Board or ESRB.  Sefton Hill, founder of Rocksteady Games who created the previous Batman: Arkham games, stated that his company did not write or create the game with a rating in […]

Review: “Batman ’66” Blu-ray Limited Edition – The Bright Knight Returns

by Ed Liuon November 25, 2014
Like many of its fans, I seem to have gone through three distinct phases with the 1966 Batman TV series. As a kid, I loved it unironically, since I had no idea what “camp” meant and had precious little basis for live-action superhero comparison. As a teenager, discovering Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns and […]
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Adam West on Not Being Adam West

by Ed Liuon November 19, 2014
For most comic book superhero fans, Adam West is an actor who needs no introduction. The native of Walla Walla, WA, moved to Hollywood in 1959, appearing on stage and screens large and small, with a number of roles in Westerns and police procedurals and a guest spot on The Outer Limits. His career changed […]


NYCC 2014: Animator Tom Cook On His Career and the Era of Saturday Morning Cartoons

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison October 21, 2014
Challenge of the Superfriends, Thundarr the Barbarian, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Bravestarr. Those are just some of the cartoons worked on by animator Tom Cook, whose animation career started in at Hanna-Barbera Studios in 1979 and stretched through the heyday of Saturday morning animation and beyond. At New York Comic Con Mr. […]