There’s a new Bat heroine in Gotham City, only she’s a little more willing to kill and no one knows her identity—including Batman. The Caped Crusader has his work cut … Continue reading Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman Review
Javicia Leslie made her debut as the new lead of Batwoman in the show’s second season premiere, which aired Sunday night on the CW. Losing Ruby Rose as Kate Kane … Continue reading Batwoman Season 2 Premiere Review: Farwell to Kate Kane, Ryan Wilder Takes Up the Cowl
I’m going to keep this review somewhat short since Season 2 of Batwoman drops tomorrow (which I’ll review), and I’m in the process of writing reviews for Season 2 of … Continue reading Batwoman Season 1 Review part 2
Mask of the Phantasm explores the tragedy and isolation of Bruce Wayne, but Batman and Mr. Freeze: SubZero, its 1998 direct-to-video sequel, explores grief and loss differently and pushes Mr. Freeze and … Continue reading Batman and Mr. Freeze: SubZero Review
The tragedy of Bruce Wayne and his vigilante alter ego Batman is arguably one of the most infamous tales in all of popular culture. Even casual fans of DC’s Dark … Continue reading Batman: Mask of the Phantasm and the Tragedy of Bruce Wayne
BY MACK VELTMAN The Batman and Dracula clashed in this animated film, and the vampire was no match for the Dark Knight. Read more on CBR.com
“One of the key characteristics of the comic book medium is that it is not brought to life by just one voice”. -Jim Lee, artist for DC Comics DC Comics … Continue reading The History of DC Comics
Why has American society responded so well to the television anti-hero? Shows like Breaking Bad, Hannibal, The Sopranos, Bates Motel, and Dexter, have dominated our screens and have catapulted their … Continue reading Batman, Hero or Villain?