As part of their SDCC 2014 marketing push, Fox's Gotham has begun a cool viral marketing campaign, complete with faux- Gotham Chronicle news website. For instance, the site just revealed that Carmine Falcone will be showing up on Gotham.
We at Superherostuff.com, just got done making our first ever video ad 'The Batman Voice!' Take a gander and let us know what you think. (*Superpowers and other side affects not guaranteed)
Now commenting on the development status of his mystery DC Comics movie role, which he's already hinted is Captain Marvel, check out what Dwayne Johnson says in a new video interview.
The Caped Crusader isn't going to let anyone stand in his way in his quest to bring Robin back from the dead, and if that means taking down the Justice League, well...that's exactly what he does in this first look at Batman and Robin #33. Check it out!
We've been hearing quite a bit about Gotham today, and now you can see some more new footage as Fox have just released three tv ads for their upcoming Batman prequel series. Take a look after the jump.
The various DC Entertainment television show producers have echoed the same 'verbage' from DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns that the shows will not connect to the film universe established in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. But what about one another?
Bruno Heller has already revealed that Gotham will feature Hugo Strange and an early version of Arkham Asylum (you can find those quotes again here if you missed them), but it has now been revealed that a slightly older version Harvey Dent and perhaps Mr. Freeze will be joining him...
In the following interview, Bruno Heller talks more about how Gotham will introduce The Joker in the series, before going on to drop some spoilers about the pilot episode and the reason that the young Poison Ivy (a.k.a. Pamela Isly) has been given a new name. Check it out!
Why so serious? Do you want to know how USA Today got these figures of Christian Bale's Batman and Heath Ledger's Joker in LEGO form? Plus, a LEGO version of the Batmobile, aka Tumbler, from Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight.
We didn't get any casting news at Fox's panel at the Television Critics Association press tour, but we do have a lot of new details about the series, including everything listed in the headline above and a whole lot more! "Gordon is the guy that creates Batman," says Bruno Heller...