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CES: Warner Bros And Intel Use Batman to Demo Self-Driving Cars

What better way to show the potential of self-driving cars than utilizing the Batman franchise? Warner Bros. and Intel joined forces revealing the future of entertainment with its self-driving cars at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Intel and Warner Brothers Bring Us One Step Closer to Driving the Batmobile>>>https://t.co/QrS3MzkIt4 #Batman pic.twitter.com/QUylGs7tUa — The […]

Gotham Season 5, Episode 1 ‘Year Zero’ Seals the Deal (SPOILER REVIEW)

So it’s been 391 days since Jeremiah Valeska (Cameron Monaghan) turned Gotham City into a literal “No Man’s Land,” and a hard-scrabble alliance of Gotham’s notables assembles. Captain James Gordon (Ben McKenzie), Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor), The Riddler (Cory Michael Smith), and Detective Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue) arrive atop a barricade, heavily armed and […]

Gotham Season 3 Recap: Heroes Rise in a City Gone Mad (BC Rewind)

The first season of Gotham was a somewhat tame affair, part police procedural, part family drama, with the occasional hint of something dark and sinister lurking in the background. The second season took that formula, realized what worked, and cranked the “dark and sinister” element up to 11. Season three – set six months after […]

Gotham Season 2 Recap: And The Villains Shall Rise! (BC Rewind)

There are few shows as audaciously oblivious to their own irreverence as FOX’s Gotham. With the series set to return for its fifth and final season on Thursday, January 3rd, the Batman prequel series sits rightly perched at the pinnacle of early 21st Century anti-culture, as if the “I’d buy that for a dollar” guy from […]

Gotham Season 5: Gotham City Goes Completely Off the Rails (OFFICIAL TRAILER)

Friends, leave it to Alfred Pennyworth (Sean Pertwee) to pretty much win “line of the day” and almost single-handedly stole this final trailer for the fifth and final season of FOX’s Batman origin series Gotham: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=77&v=bxYAHpxN7eQ You hurt my boy, and I’ll bite your face off. What’s new in this trailer? There’s so much, we […]

Gotham Season 5: The Stakes are Raised for Bruce, Alfred, and Gordon (PREVIEW)

Do you feel that? There’s something special in the air: a crisp, sharp anticipation fueling the footsteps of passers-by. That special electrical feeling that pulls us all together, and makes us all better people. It’s a rare, fleeting feeling. Yes, friends… Gotham returns to Fox in January 2019. The fourth-season finale of Gotham saw a city […]





Pennyworth: Jason Flemyng Cast as Villainous Lord Harwood in Epix Series

Before Alfred Pennyworth inherited Bruce Wayne/Batman’s cavalcade of killers, he had his own “big bads” to contend with – and Jason Flemyng (The Missing, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) is bringing one of them to life in Epix’s DC Comics adaptation Pennyworth. Flemyng’s Lord Harwood will face off against Jack Bannon‘s Alfred and Ben Aldridge‘s Thomas Wayne in […]

First Nightwing, Now Alfred Attacked in Detective Comics in January

One minute, you’re cruising through life, the superhero with the best butt in the DC Universe. Then you’re shot in the head by KGBeast, and sure, your butt is still great, but now you want people to call you Ric and Scott Lobdell is writing your solo series. It happened to Nightwing. Will it happen to Alfred […]

Meet Alfred for Gotham Spinoff Series, Pennyworth

Remember when we told you that the boss Bruno Heller behind FOX’s Batman prequel series Gotham was developing a spinoff series about Alfred Pennyworth? Well, that’s still happening, and as of today, we know who will be playing young Alfred. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jack Bannon has been tapped to bring the iconic future confidant of the […]

Gotham Season 5: Is Shane West Just Begging Us to Assume He’s Bane?

With Gotham approaching its fifth and final season and production charging along, new cast member Shane West (Salem, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) took to Twitter over the weekend to tease fans about his upcoming run on Fox‘s Batman prequel series. Making his return to the DC Comics side of things, West tweeted a video of himself in […]


Batman #50 cover by Mikel Janin

Advance Review: Batman #50 – Profoundly Unsatisfying [Spoiler-Free]

The day of Batman and Catwoman’s wedding has arrived at last, and the two gather their witnesses and a judge to marry them off at dawn on a rooftop in downtown Gotham. While they prepare, Bruce and Selina individually reminisce about their times together, each other, and how their relationship has developed over the years. […]

Alfred Pennyworth Is Getting His Own TV Series on Epix

It would appear that news of an additional Batman prequel tv series was correct, as it was announced this morning that Gotham showrunner Bruno Heller has an Alfred Pennyworth series coming to Epix. The steadfast companion and butler to Bruce Wayne (aka Batman) has long been a mainstay of the Batman comic titles, as well as the films […]

Batman Annual #2 cover by Lee Weeks

The Batman-Hater Holiday Special Part 1: Batman Annual #2 Review

We are given a look back to the first encounters between the Batman and Catwoman, including some break-ins to the Batcave and Wayne Manor. We see how the characters first connected beyond hero/villain interactions. Then we see the latter days of Bruce Wayne and Selena Kyle. We see them married, how their relationship developed, and […]

Tactical Suit Batman 7 One:12 Collective

Batman Gets a Tactical Suit One:12 Collective Upgrade

Batman is getting yet another One:12 Collective figure from Mezco. This version will be Bruce in his Tactical Suit from Justice League. As with all of their other releases, this one comes with a plethora of weapons and swappable pieces. The One:12 Collective Tactical Suit Batman has two head portraits and a newly designed, film-accurate tactical […]

Batman Vs. Two-Face: Burt Ward On Adam West And Fighting Bruce Lee

As both a comic book and television geek for most of my life, I’ve noticed that for a long time there were two camps when it came to Batman: the bright, cartoony, “BAW! POW! ZAM!” crowd; and the Tim Burton/Frank Miller, “it looks like midnight even at 2 p.m.” cowled vigilante crowd — and being […]