In Fox‘s latest trailer for Gotham season 2 (entitled Villains Rising), there are a lot of hints dropped about the Joker finally making his on screen in universe appearance. The character in question is named Jerome Valeska (played by actor Cameron Monaghan), and despite the fact that he has not been confirmed as the Joker the character certainly has the laugh down. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBah_uo9rY0 Gotham season 2 premiers on September 21st, 2015. Do you think Jerome Valeska is the Joker? Do you want to see the Joker show up in Gotham? Let us know your thoughts on this latest trailer in the
During the Justice League: Gods & Monsters, Bruce Timm announced that Warner Bros. will adapt Batman: The Killing Joke as an animated movie.
Next week, Alex Ross will debut his latest Batman art piece at the San Diego Comic Con, and it is a follow up to another of his recognized pieces.
A lot of people (i.e. half of the Internet), flipped out when director David Ayer released the first official photo of Jared Leto in his Joker garb. Some hoped the tattoos would be downplayed, while others speculated the tats were a publicity stunt. New photos have surfaced from the set of Suicide Squad that show the ink work is clearly visible.
You’ve probably heard or seen the controversy regarding the Rafael Albuquerque variant cover for Batgirl #41. It caused quite a stir online, and yesterday DC announced it was canceling the variant at the request of the creative team.
A lot of folks in the comics industry wonder if video games are still likely to wipe out comics in our lifetime. Well, one way to meet this head-on is to create comics that tie in to popular games, like the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight prequel.
It’s been a while since I reviewed the Batman comic, but that doesn’t mean the level of quality has dropped. To the contrary, it’s as excellent as it ever was, if not better! This week has the second part of the “Endgame” storyline continuing another great Joker tale, with a lot of revelations you won’t want to miss, believe me! Oh, and the price returned to $3.99 this month as well, so good news all around!
Press Release Cute and psychotic Harley Quinn will hold your spare change with the PREVIEWS Exclusive Arkham Asylum: Harley Quinn Bust Bank from Monogram. Based on the character’s design from the Arkham Asylum video game, the Harley Quinn Bust Bank is available for pre-order from the August issue of PREVIEWS catalog and is scheduled to release in comic book specialty shops in late October 2014.