Posted on Friday, September 26th, 2014 by Angie Han
Batman‘s suits, vehicles, and love interests may differ from telling to telling, but one aspect that pretty much always remains constant is the horrific murder of his parents. It’s such an important part of the Batman mythos, in fact, that we’ve seen it in almost every TV or movie adaptation. And now you can watch all of those Thomas and Martha death scenes at once in a brutal new supercut.
Meanwhile, one thing that has changed drastically over the years is Batman’s theme song, from the “nana nana nana nana BATMAN” jingle of the 1960s series to the epic, sweeping Hans Zimmer score from the Dark Knight films. Two guys on cello and piano have now stitched them all together into a single seamless performance — complete with three generations of Batmobiles as set decoration.
Watch the Batman parent death supercut and the Batman score evolution performance after the jump. Read More »
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Six Flags has announced two new theme park attractions featuring DC Comic book superheroes: A Batman 4D Roller Coaster in Texas and an interactive dark ride attraction called Justice League: Battle for Metropolis which will open in two Texas and Missouri parks. Find out more information about both new attractions alone with teaser trailers for both rides, after the jump.
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How should the Batman v Superman Comic Con teaser have ended? What is Michael B. Jordan saying now about Fantastic Four? Is Jason Momoa fed up with being asked about Aquaman? What extras are on the 25th anniversary Blu-ray of Batman? Did Olga Kurylenko read for the part of Wonder Woman? Want to see a Sin City: A Dame to Kill For commercial that was rejected from TV? How about an awesome art print from the sequel? Has Katee Sackhoff talked to anyone at Marvel about playing a role? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
We would’ve loved to see everything Mondo had in store for San Diego Comic-Con 2014 last week when it was still available, but that’s not how Mondo works. Besides that one piece we showed, almost none of what the company had planned was revealed until they wanted it to be. That meant fans stood in line at the convention for hours, totally unaware what they were waiting in line for. That’s the power of Mondo but now that it’s all over, the world can finally see everything that was sold (and mostly sold out) at Comic Con.
This year, Mondo focused most of their releases on this week’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Each member of the team got their own individual poster, culminating in the reveal of a full poster by Tyler Stout (his first such release in many months). Luckily, that’ll surely be on sale online later this week and some of the below posters could make it online too. After the jump, see them all, including Ghost in the Shell, Batman 66, The Last of Us and more. Read More »
Over the next few months, Mondo is going Batty. Wednesday at San Diego Comic-Con they’ll release multiple Batman themed posters as well as LPs from Batman: The Animated Series. One of those posters, a portrait of the Joker by Jason Edmiston, is exclusively revealed below.
But that’s not all. In October, the Mondo Gallery will have a full Batman 75 art exhibit. Get more info on both below. Read More »
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Today I bring you a roundup of a couple cool movie/tv-related projects up for vote at LEGO Ideas and also one cool science fiction LEGO product that was voted into production and coming out next month. Hit the jump to check out all three LEGO projects and hopefully help vote them into production.
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Here’s your first look at newly remastered footage from the ’60s Batman TV series. This fall, the show comes to Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download for the first time ever, thanks to the resolution of rights conflicts between Fox and Warner Bros. The set packs in 120 episodes, remastered in HD, with a suite of extra features. The set has been dated for November, but you can get a first look at the remastered Batman TV series trailer below, and the footage is as colorful and clear as you’d hope.
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Want to read and see some fun stuff about the 25th anniversary of Tim Burton‘s Batman? Could Mr. Freeze show up in Gotham? What is the Wonder Woman costume in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice going to look like? How is Black Widow‘s bike in Avengers: Age of Ultron special? Want to see new images of Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen on the set of that film? Just how cosmic does Guardians of the Galaxy get? Will we see Avengers: Age of Ultron and Batman v Superman footage at San Diego Comic-Con? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
A lot can happen in 25 years. When Warner Bros. was pushing Tim Burton‘s Batman, released on this day in 1989, changed the landscape for superhero movies. But at the time, the studio had to convince many people that there was good reason to make a Batman movie. More to the point, Warner Bros. put in a lot of effort to convince people that a serious take on Batman was a good idea, rather than a continuation of the Adam West concept for the character.
One tool used to make the case for this new Batman was a 20-minute documentary feature showing the history of the character, and detailing the thought and work that went into Burton’s film. In celebration of the film’s 25th anniversary that doc has been dropped onto YouTube, and you can watch it below. Read More »