And by ages, I mean the major comic book ages!
In one Batman novel, he said that violence is the language of thugs and bullies, and that one should be fluent for when reason doesn’t work.
What, you thought it was a one time thing?
While Thom and I have been podcasting together for the last few months, and Lindsey and I podcasted together last week, Episode 038 of Marooners’ Talk, “Are You There Adam? It’s Us, Marooners’ Talk” is the first time since E3 […]
I’m hyped up like a madman with every piece of news I get about the next Spider-Man film. That said, I want to clarify that the Sam Raimi-directed Spider-Man trilogy is one of my favorite superhero film sagas, and I’m […]
As we wrap up on Batman-month (which I hope is good enough to do again), I feel that it’s time we talk about the stories that are essential. Now, before I start rambling, I’m not talking about my favorites (although […]
The sad fact is, DC comics has only one truly popular film character, and it’s Batman. This is not to say that recent efforts involving Superman or Green Lantern weren’t fun or enjoyable. It’s just that Batman consistently sets the […]
While I continue the build-up to my review of Arkham City, let’s take a look at the animated film based on THE definitive early Batman story.
WINNER ANNOUNCED: Robert Boyd has won the Batman: Arkham Asylum/Arkham City combo pack! Thank you all for participating, and keep your eyes open for more contests! Today marks the release of Batman: Arkham City, the highly anticipated sequel to what […]
In keeping with Batman-month, I’m going to talk about one of the coolest things when dealing with comics: the crossover. These are my top five Batman crossovers.