Bruce Wayne has bled for his city–what will new series artist Ethan Van Sciver, teaming up for the first time with writer Gregg Hurwitz, bring to this new Mad Hatter story? Major Spoilers reviews Batman: The Dark Knight #16 to find out!
Everyone knows the story of how Bruce Wayne was orphaned–parents killed in an alley by a lone gunman, pearls fall into the street, boy cries out to the heavens, etc. Now in The New 52, Batman: The Dark Knight #0 promises to reveal the conspiracy behind the Wayne killings. Major Spoilers finds out who orchestrated the madness just for you!
The writer of Penguin: Pain and Prejudice has set his sights on a new villain… Jonathan Crane, aka The Scarecrow! Major Spoilers got a chance to interview Gregg Hurwitz recently about the title, and now takes a look at how his writing blends with long-time Bat-artist David Finch in The Dark Knight #10!
Gregg Hurwitz, bestselling novelist and writer of Penguin: Pain and Prejudice, has taken over the writing on The Dark Knight starting with issue #10 (reviewed by Major Spoilers here). Major Spoilers’ very own Jimmy had a chance to speak with Mr. Hurwitz this past week, and got some solid information about his creative process with artist David Finch, and a pretty firm hint as to plans for the next villain after Scarecrow to get “The Hurwitz Treatment”
Vivid Entertainment has announced it isn’t holding back when it comes to Batman, as the Dark Knight will rise (insert snicker here) in the company’s next adult parody.
This summer the two biggest comic publishers are betting the bank that their movie is going to be the big money earner. That of course means people will have to go to the movie theater to see the films, which brings us to the Major Spoilers Poll of the Week!
When you’re just a man, there are a number of ways to die. If you’re Batman, there are a number of ways you can prevent that from happening… ice cream may be one of them.
We’ve been made aware that there is a HD version of The Dark Knight Rises trailer on the Intardwebz, and we found it… along with everyone else in the world…
Warner Bros. Digital Distribution (WBDD), a market leader in video-on-demand and electronic sell-through, today announced the groundbreaking launch of the “App Editions” of feature films “Inception” and “The Dark Knight,” giving consumers around the world an entirely new way to own special edition movies with the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The “Inception: App Edition” and “The Dark Knight: App Edition” are now available on the App Store.
Though not surprising in the slightest, I was pleasantly happy to see Two-Face Year One in this weekâ€™s pull lists. I was however surprised that it was only a two parter, but then I found that it was 48 pages long, and â€¦ needless to say, as a big Harvey Dent fan, Iâ€™ll be looking forward to buying this in TPB.
But for the moment, weâ€™ve got 48 pages worth of Harvey Dent to review, and I was once again pleasantly surprised with how this turned out.
There’s a very good chance we’ll get to see the new Dark Knight trailer that those lucky few got to see yesterday when it hits the internet sometime on Sunday.
At least that is what is implied by Why So Serious’ updated website.
There’s a pretty crappy version of the trailer already up on the YouTube, but it is the worst of the worst when it comes to pirated screen captures that I’m not even going to link to it as it is really that bad. Plus, I’m sure once WB Legal gets wind of the video, it will come down quicker than my ex-girlfriend’s panties.
More viral marketing with a big payoff. You’ll have to take the jump for this one.