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The Batman movie franchise actually began in 1943 with serialized matinees in glorious black and white. Then, the more colorful and cornball 60's Batman TV series spawned a movie that wasted valuable theater time as well. But in modern times, Tim Burton's goth Batman (1989) truly started to see the vision--even with the choice of comedic actor Michael Keaton in the lead role, and Jack Nicholson as "The Joker". While still a bit over-the-top, the flick made enough money to get sequels started and Burton returned with villains Catwoman and The Penguin for 1992's Batman Returns. But then Warner Bros left us with Joel Schumacher and replacement Batmen Val Kilmer (Batman Forever - 1995) and George Clooney (Batman & Robin - 1997). With a "flamboyant" director at the helm, the focus became neon and nipples, and too many villains mixed in. A perverted desecration of the batsuit, complete with nipples and codpiece finally killed the franchise. After an 8-year hiatus, Warner Bros rebooted the Bat-films with 2005's Batman Begins. Director Christopher Nolan took a more serious take with Christian Bale as Batman/Bruce Wayne. The re-energized franchise led to the biggest comic book movie of all time (currently) with 2008's The Dark Knight. As of this writing, the franchise is secure, and several more sequels are guaranteed.

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With the new hit Fox drama, Gotham, being gone for nearly a month and a new episode not coming until a few weeks. The series has finally wrapped up production on its first season. Take the jump to check it out!
I love thinking up movie pitches so here's my shot at the Teen Titans, let me know what you think.
We've already got our first action-filled trailer for Batman Unlimited, but now the first clip has been released that sees The Dark Knight and Green Arrow teaming up to take on Silverback's backup! Hit the jump to check it out!
Fox has sent us over the synopsis for the April 13 return episode of Gotham, "Beasts Of Prey", and it will feature the first appearance of former Heroes star Milo Ventimiglia as a vicious serial killer nicknamed the Ogre. Click on to take a look...
Sources at IGN Italy are reporting that the 2 greatest comic book video games of all time will be remastered for the Xbox One and Playstation 4. What about Batman: Arkham Origins and when will this come out? Click to find out.
Rest easy, Batman: Arkham fans. Rocksteady's final entry in the Arkham trilogy will still be released in 2015. Continue on to find out the exact date. Plus, watch a new gameplay trailer that showcases Batman doing what he does best.
Ever wonder what the Arkham games and Nolan's Batman trilogy would look like in dance style? Wonder no more! The dance company Wyldstyl has made this a reality.
Batman Eternal has been crazy. We've seen Hush, return of Carmine Falcone, Alfred's daughter, Selina becoming a mob boss but with the end near the main villain behind everything has been revealed and Batman Eternal #51 picks up where the first issue began.
When you pre-order Batman: Arkham Knight, you will receive Harley Quinn Story DLC. What that story is about is finally revealed and it doesn't take place in Gotham? Click to find out what Harley will be up to and who could she be leaving Gotham to rescue?
Welsh actress Erin Richards plays Barbara Kean in Gotham, a character best known to comic book fans as the future wife of Commissioner Jim Gordon and the mother of Batgirl. Here, Richards strips off for Esquire Magazine in a very sexy photoshoot. She also tells a joke about Bataman...
In a recent interview with MTV Emmy-winning actor, Jim Parsons, expressed interest in portraying Edward Nigma a.k.a The Riddler, and says he doesn't "feel they’re using the Riddler very much.”
There might not be another Batman live-action movie anytime soon, but a theartical animated movie based on Batman will be released in 2017, which is a spin-off to Lego Movie. What is it about ? Why a Lego movie based on the DC character ? Click on article to see...
Despite never being directly named, it's been pretty much confirmed that Cameron Monaghan's "Jerome" is indeed an early version of Gotham's Clown Prince of Crime. Here, he talks about turning to the comic books for inspiration, the chances of returning, that laugh, and more!
Check out this tee shirt I made inspired by the new Gryason Comic
Behind every good hero there is an even better villain. But out of the heroes from the two powerhouse comic book publisher, DC and Marvel, which hero has the best rouges gallery?
Will Bruce meet his match???
BossLogic tackles SUICIDE SQUAD'S Joker. After a flurry of recent rumors, it's likely that Jared Leto's Joker will take inspiration from Frank Miller's classic interpretation. Check it out.
DC has released first looks at a number of the Joker variant covers for their batch of June titles, and Rafael Albuquerque's artwork for Batgirl #41 recalls a notoriously nasty moment from Alan Moore's The Killing Joke. See that & more after the jump...
With less then 3 months away, while not including any new footage and just footage from the first cinematic trailer for the game, the first TV spot for Batman: Arkham Knight has been released. Click to check it out.
Superman is relevant again and someone needs to capitalize on this. The fans deserve a GOOD Superman game, this is how I think it should be done.
Have you seen 50 Shades of Grey? Did you enjoy it? If not maybe you will enjoy this parody trailer featuring Christian Bale as the Dark Knight and Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man.
I have this idea for how the opening sequence should go down, so I thought I'd share and see what others thought.
During the press junket for Neill Blomkamp's Chappie, Spider-Man returning to the MCU and who would win in a fight – Batman or Wolverine – was discussed. Hit the jump to find out the Wolverine actor’s non-biased thoughts on the matter and learn more about his mullet!
DC All Access has your first look at WB Animations' latest effort, Batman vs Robin, which sees Gotham's protector and his assassin-trained son take on the shadowy Court of Owls. This film is a direct sequel to Son of Batman.
7 years after its release, Christopher Nolan's second Batman flick is still coming out on top of most publicly voted "best of" polls, and Empire Magazine's 30 greatest Superhero movies of all time list is no different. Click on to find out what else made the top 10.