Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is bringing a lighter version of Batman to the small screen with the November release of Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, that will feature the voice acting skills of Burt Ward, Julie Newmar, and Adam West!
Want to see some impressive stop motion animation? Then take the jump for a fan film featuring a mini Batman taking on a number of other action figures.
I read with interest that CW Seed is going to have the first TV show, albeit an animated one, that features a gay lead hero, The Ray. They’ve had quite a bit of success with Vixen, an African-American female hero, so I’m happy to see them moving in this direction as well.
This year, Boston Comic Con once again returned to the Seaport World Trade Center. With names like Marv Wolfman, Phil Jimenez, Mark Waid and Brian Azzarello, this Con certainly wasn’t short on heavy hitters of the comic book industry. And speaking of heavy hitters, on Saturday, August 13, I had the pleasure of attending the ‘Spotlight on Scott Snyder’ panel.
You know you’ve always wanted to be Batman, and now you can in the new Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment game, Batman: Arkham VR. Now you can wear the cowl! On the downside, you find yourself in Arkham.
With the popularity of the Suicide Squad movie, it makes sense a wave of fan films featuring characters from the movie would suddenly gain a lot of attention online. The Laughing Man, a fan film based on Scot Snyder’s Death of the Family comic book arc has arrived, and it is pretty heavy stuff.
Six months ago, The Demon in the Dark debuted on Vimeo. The fan film tells the story of a team of villains trying to deliver a package across town, while Batman follows in pursuit. Could this be a better Suicide Squad movie than the Suicide Squad? Take the jump and decide for yourself.
If you were drooling over the items Diamond Select Toys put on display during the San Diego Gomic Con, you can now wipe your chin and contact your LCS. The items are available for pre-order now.
Diamond Select Toys released another a new vinyl bust bank this week that you will be able to add to your Batman collection. The bad news? It’s the Penguin, and he wants your money.
Rand Bellavia returns for another trip down memory lane to look at 40 years of his favorite comics in this week’s Random Access Memory.