Adam West, best known for his role as Batman in the camp-tastic 60’s television series, passed away last night after a brief battle with leukemia. West’s career spanned 6 decades and included extensive live-action and voice-over work.
Though he was best known as Batman, West leaves a legendary mark on both film and television as well as in the hearts of millions of fans. Good night, good knight. Rest well, Batman.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice premiers on the 25th, so in case you missed any of it, I’ve compiled the most recent news stories surrounding the franchise. Spoilers ahead, so avoid the red to spare your innocent mind! Continue reading →
That’s right. You heard me. Leo and the gang are headed to Gotham to team up with the bat. DC Comics and IDW Publishing are producing a TMNT/Batman crossover comic, scheduled to hit shelves in November. Written by James Tynion (Batman Eternal, Constantine) and drawn by Freddie Williams II (Robin, Captain Atom), the mashup has already garnered lots of attention since its announcement at San Diego Comic Con last week, with a story placing the turtles in a battle against Shredder (no surprise there), General Krang, and most likely a whole slew of Batman villains to go up against along the way. Apparently, Krang has sent the turtles and Shredder across dimensions in an effort to finally rid himself of them all. The comic will be released as a 6-part miniseries with a new edition each week once it debuts. Continue reading →
Suicide Squad is currently filming in Canada with the movie set to premier in August of 2016. Last week, photos were captured and released of the Batmobile winding its way through the streets of Toronto, where the movie is being filmed. Speculation immediately began stirring that Batman might be making an appearance in the movie. Now, that news has all but been confirmed. Am I the only one not particularly excited about it? Continue reading →