This week, we take a look at the third (and final) DC Super Heroes Justice League tie-in movie set as we build and review the Flying Fox: Batmobile Airlift Attack from LEGO.
As I was reading this comic, it dawned on me that if it had come from Marvel, it would have been called the “All-New, All-Different Batman #1!” However, since it was from DC, it was more succinctly called Batman #1. The new team launches the monthly title. They have huge shoes to fill, so how did they do?
This year’s New York Comic Con was sick! (I found out “sick” is the new “awesome” when I was at a restaurant wearing a cool Batman shirt and a guy came up behind me declaring, “That shirt is SICK!” I may be behind on my current lingo, but I figured it out!) This past weekend, the latest NYCC was held in the Big Apple, and it was great! I was yet again on both sides of the table, and all four days were big ones, with the crowds being the biggest I’d ever experienced there. Thursday, Friday and Sunday all
As you watch the second season of Fox’s Gotham (which begins tonight), be sure to keep your eyes peeled for something special! Sometime during this season, you’ll see credit being given to Bill Finger, often referred to as “the co-creator” and “co-architect” of the Batman mythology. And when you watch next year’s Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice film, look for the same thing to happen. When the announcement via the Hollywood Reporter that this was going to happen was released last Friday, I was overjoyed … and I still am!
I love making things with my 3D printer, but I haven’t had the time to really design something uber cool. For several years, Hector N Gama has been designing a 3D rendition of the 1989 Batmobile, and now that he has access to a printer, he’s printed a wonderful piece of geek memorabilia.
It is late at night in San Diego. A time when all the good boys and girls should be in bed. A perfect time for the Batmobile to go on the prowl. But little did the SDCC organizers know that Major Spoilers has its eyes and ears everywhere. I guess Saturday is going to be a bit more awesome than usual. New Batmobile just rolled up to #SanDiegoComicCon! #BatmanvSuperman A video posted by Jason Inman (@jawiin) on Jul 11, 2015 at 12:10am PDT
I’ve often wondered, does the person inside the suit HAVE to be the guy/gal we’re used to? Normally, I’d say “yes,” the reason the character is a classic is because the combination works! But Mr. Snyder, Mr. Capullo and Mr. Miki are giving me pause with their “new” Batman, Jim Gordon in what my brother calls the “Transformers” armor.
When the San Diego Comic Con kicks off next, week, Diamond Select Toys will unveil a number of new Batman: The Animated Series products that will arrive in stores this fall.
I remember when I thought what I’d like to be most in life was a comics store owner. After all, I could sit around all day reading and talking comics! No boring work like bagging and boarding weekly books – I could hire someone else to do all that!
Press Release The first touring Batmobile, which started life as a 1956 Oldsmobile 88, with the famous 324 Rocket engine – the predecessor to the muscle cars of the early 1960s – languished in a New Hampshire field for decades before being rescued and restored, and will be auctioned for the very first time on Dec. 6 at Heritage. It could now bring $500,000 or more. The opening bid is $90,000.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 11, is a day that many Bat-fans have literally been waiting decades for! On that day, Batman: The Complete Television Series will vroom onto both DVD and Blu-Ray discs.