Tag Archives: Batman

Tim Burton’s “Batman”

This is going to be short and sweet, but personal. A couple of days ago marked the 27th anniversary of the release of Tim Burton’s Batman in theatres. A great stride for superhero films arguably still in their infancy. Also … Continue reading

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“DEATH BEE BEEHIVE TRIP WIRE”

            [via Bat Labels]

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Batman Beyond // By Unncanny Knack

[via Deviant Art]

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Mr. Freeze | Tristan Jones

[via West Coast Avengers] Perhaps still my all-time favorite Batman villain (because The Joker never counts in these contests, if we’re going to be honest).  Which of course made for one of the best episodes in the animated series from the … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Batman’s Gotham City

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The hero Gotham never needs

But oh man, if you hate bullfighting, this will last you the entire day. [via Vet Med in Real Life]

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New trailer for “Batman VS Superman”

Cripes, Warner Brothers, way to barely remind people that Wonder Woman is in this film. Still, that being said…

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Batman Beyond | Naratani

The show itself was really good.  In particular, the straight-to-DVD, return of the Joker film they made.  This image is much closer to how I imagined the suit should look, considering all the fun technical shenanigans it gets up to. … Continue reading

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Batman inspired by the DK run

[via Alex Maleev]

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““Advice to someone in the throes of mad love is pretty meaningless…”

In my prepubesence, Batman: The Animated Series, was THE after-school program to watch.  Its award-winning writing masterfully controlled the essence of a strong Batman tale, primarily choosing character-driving emotion as it’s focal point (one might simply start with “Heart of … Continue reading

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