Batman

Batman: The Court of Owls Review

Batman is one of the most iconic DC superheroes to date. What draws fans to him are his high intelligence, formidable fighting skills, and the fact that he’s a regular guy in a suit choosing to fight alongside gods and meta-humans. However, another huge draw for fans is Batman’s rogue gallery, a list of villains who are complex, horrifying, and just downright cool. Some are more famous...[Read More]

Watch: The Joker Shows Up in Gotham Series Finale Trailer

It is a sad time for Gotham fans. The series is getting to its finale. The only one laughing at this situation is none other than The Joker. Check out the teaser above for your first look at Cameron Monaghan’s The Joker.

Shazam! Finally Gets a New Trailer

After months of fans berating director David F. Sandberg, a new trailer has finally been released for DC’s upcoming film, Shazam!, and it promises a film like no superhero movie before it.

Batman: The Killing Joke

Faced with overwhelming poverty and a pregnant wife, a tragic, struggling comedian is forced to turn to crime. In his first heist, he is immersed in toxic chemicals that disfigure him bizarrely, driving him mad and thus giving birth to The Joker. For years, the Clown Prince of Crime has been caught in a dance of violence with his greatest nemesis, the Batman. Escaping Arkham Asylum, he plots hi...[Read More]

Batman: The Killing Joke Review

Considered one of the biggest moments in the Batman comics, Batman: The Killing Joke is one of the most revered stories by fans within the DC community. It was originally released as a one-shot comic in 1988, created by writer Alan Moore and artist Brian Bolland. It has been considered as one of the best Batman stories to date and is also credited as containing the definitive Joker back-story by m...[Read More]

Harley Quinn: Mad Love

When she was only seven years old, Harleen Quinzel witnessed her father being beaten up by thugs, and then arrested by the police. That night she ran away to the safest place she could think of: Coney Island amusement park. But there, pursued into the Funhouse by the men who brutalised her father, she beheld unimaginable horrors. Years later, Harleen has put her past behind her, and used her in...[Read More]

Harley Quinn: Mad Love Review

When she was only seven years old, Harleen Quinzel witnessed her father being beaten up by thugs, and then arrested by the police. That night she ran away to the safest place she could think of: Coney Island amusement park. But there, pursued into the Funhouse by the men who brutalized her father, she beheld unimaginable horrors.