If you were intrigued by DC/Warner Bros. Watchmen motion comic adaptation, but didn’t commit to purchasing the entire 12 part saga via iTunes, you can wait just a tad longer and get the entire series (5 hours worth) on Blu-Ray and DVD on March 3, 2009. Included in the DVD is a $7.50 in movie cash to apply to the purchase of your movie ticket, as if you needed any additional incentive to see the movie when it opens March 6, 2009. via Warner Home Video
Wait, Iâ€™m still reading this? Donâ€™t know how it got into my pull pile this week, but Batman Confidential once again slipped into my weekly bag of goodness, which means I buy it, I read it.Â And in many cases, I review it on this site.Â The most recent arc in Batman Confidential features The Joker causing all sorts of hijinks and giving no end of trouble to the police and to the Batman.Â In this concluding chapter, we not only find out how Batman keeps the Joker at bay, but also the point of this Confidential arc.
In which Robo meets the Sparrow, and all hell breaks loose Can you believe itâ€™s been a full year since the first Atomic Robo issue hit the stands, rocking the world of Major Spoilers, and making us fans of the snarky robot with a past that goes all the way back to Nikola Tesla?Â Can you believe this is the second review in a row, Tesla has made an appearance?Â Did you know I still canâ€™t afford the Tesla automobile (ahem – tip jar to the right)?Â Did you know Atomic Robo once had a fellow espionage agent in Europe?Â
Unfortunately, there’ll be no new Hellboy Animated movies following the stumble the movie had at the box office (don’t blame Hellboy, blame The Dark Knight).Â The third animated movie, The Phantom Claw, is being kept close to the chest until such a time the idea might be pitched to the Cartoon Network or other network featuring animated fare. So what is writer/producer Tad Stones up to?