Oh Rocksteady, you guys know how to make an entrance. After it was announced that Batman: Arkham Origins would not be developed by Rocksteady Studios, many speculated that perhaps the company had left Bats behind them. But with no new announcements from the studio and little hints here and there, opinion started to change to the idea that Rocksteady had abstained from doing Origins in order to develop a far larger Arkham title for next-gen consoles. That rumor turned out to be spot-on this morning as a trailer and a slew of information about the new title, Arkham Knight, hit the web. Hit the jump to check out the trailer and read on.
Jesse Eisenberg and Jeremy Irons Cast as Lex Luthor and Alfred Pennyworth in ‘Man of Steel 2,’ 2016 Release Confirmed
Well we certainly didn’t see this one coming, did we? The news broke today that the roles of Lex Luthor and Aflred Pennyworth have been cast for the sequel to Man of Steel, rumored to be called Batman vs. Superman. Hit the jump to read more.
Man, I don’t know how I missed these at NYCC this year but color me depressed that I did. Artist Phillip Sevy takes arguably the two most famous families in comics, the Bat-family and the X-Men, and lets them get their hipster on in two of his latest pieces, complete with Instagram filter. Hit the jump to check them out.
It’s become quite common for DC Comics to pull an existing storyline of their comics for each of their animated features, and their latest is no exception. Today we have the trailer for Son of Batman, which inspiration from the first book in Grant Morrison’s Batman saga, “Batman and Son.” But something is just a bit off, and it could spell out some very bad news for future DC animated features. Hit the jump to watch the trailer and read on.
I’ll be the first to admit the wait for any new information on the sequel to Man of Steel has been a tough one, but with the release so utterly far away we can’t really blame Warner Bros. for not opening the floodgates on news for the film. The downside of this blackout, however, is that the internet has stepped in to fill the void with an incessant amount of rumors, hopes, and flat out false reports about the film. Rumors and false reports about anticipated films is to be expected, but with Man of Steel 2 things have hit a fever pitch; not even the Dark Knight trilogy had this sort of whirlwind about it. With a huge amount of sites reporting this rumors as die-hard facts, I feel like someone needs to sort out the truths from the rumors and clear the air, and it might as well be me. Hit the jump to see what’s confirmed, what’s rumored, and which of those rumors are likely to turn out true, or false.
That promo art that came out last Monday to announce the return of the Joker was creepy in it’s own right. This cover may be creepier. Words can’t really do justice to it, as Capullo seems to be firing on all cylinders right now, so I’ll just show you. Hit the jump to see the cover and read the solicit info!