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 don’t know why I haven’t seen something like this before; it just seems too perfect. This rendition of the Caped Crusader in steampunk by artist Raymond Tan is simply striking, and deserves your attention. Hit the jump to see the full thing.
That’s the image that was tweeted earlier today by the official Arkham City Twitter account. No text accompanied the picture, but a following tweet proclaims the team’s excitement over fan speculation, so speculate we will! (possible spoilers after the jump) Read more…
Tomorrow is New Comic Book Day, and that can only mean one thing: previews of tomorrow’s New 52 releases straight from The Source! Next up is a preview of Batman and Robin #3 by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, featuring some great interaction between Alfred and Damian. Check it out after the jump.
I never learned how to play chess. I regret that a little, and it looks like now is the perfect time to learn. Apparently DC Comics is releasing a full Batman-inspired chess set piece by piece with the first pieces set to ship in January. Hit the jump to check out each piece and learn how to pre-order these.
Welcome to The Rogues Gallery, where we feature some of our favorite official and fan art of a different character every week. Batman: Arkham City released this week and is still my current obsession so I wanted to do a Batman-related gallery; sadly I’ve already covered Bats on here. So instead, I’m going to keep the trend that we started with Nightwing and showcase the mantles held by the “graduated” Robins leading up to the Boy Wonder himself. This week? My personal favorite former Robin of all time: Tim Drake, now holding the Red Robin mantle. Hit the jump to check out the gallery.
This kid must love his dad to death after this. This father/son dynamic duo decided to cosplay as Batman and Robin and take down a villain for some photos. See who, after the jump.