Saturday, October 1, 2011

AWESOME NEW ALTERNATE BATMAN FOREVER ENDING! BATMAN & ROBIN JUMPING FROM THE ROOFTOPS!

cool alternate ending with VAL KILMER AND CHRIS O DONNELL as BATMAN & ROBIN JUmping off the rooftops!

AWESOME 12 MINUTE BATMAN ANIMATED FILM WITH ADAM WEST AS A SERIOUS BATMAN & MARK HAMILL AS JOKER! BATMAN NEW TIMES!

great animated short by daveschool.com with ADAM west playing a serious Brucewayne/batman MARK HAMMILL AS THE JOKER! courtney thorne Smith as catwoman! Dick van Dyke as Commisioner gordon and joshua adams as robin!

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Monday, September 19, 2011

EXCLUSIVE: Batman and Robin Movie May Be Next from DC Comics' New 52

BREAKIING NEWS courtesy of movieWEB!

EXCLUSIVE: Batman and Robin Movie May Be Next from DC Comics' New 52

The New 52's Batman and Robin may be heading to the big screen
The New 52's Batman and Robin may be heading to the big screen
Even though The Dark Knight Rises is still in the midst of principle photography, it hasn't stopped fans from speculating on where this franchise may go after director Christopher Nolan completes his trilogy. There's been rumors that another big name director may step in and create an all-new trilogy from scratch, and that Bruce Wayne may also lead a TV series sometime in the near future.

No one in the Bat camp is talking at this point. And it's all conjecture until the powers that be reveal their secret plans for keeping the Batman franchise afloat. Today, however, we did get a hint at the direction Bruce Wayne's cinematic side may take after The Dark Knight Rises plays out at theaters.

Executive producer and Batman rights holder Michael E. Uslan, who took the rights in 1979 and has worked on both the 80s Batman series, as well as Christopher Nolan's trilogy, has released a great new book titled The Boy Who Loved Batman, which recounts his trials and tribulations in bringing a more serious comic book franchise to the big screen. We recently chatted with Michael about both his book and the upcoming movie. He was rather stoic when questions concerning the future of The Dark Knight arose, but he did drop a subtle hint that the next incarnation of Batman on the big screen may be based on DC Comics recently launched New 52 title Batman and Robin.

Here is what he had to say when asked what the future held for Batman on the big screen.

"The only thing I would direct your attention to is the new comic books. The comic books have kept this character vital, and intriguing, for seventy-two years. We are all still going back every Wednesday to see what's new. I think the character is that vital and that sustaining. He is going to be around for a long time to come."


The New 52's Batman and Robin finds Bruce Wayne teaming up with his son Damien, who takes over the mantel of Robin from Dick Grayson. The pair must fight a mysterious killer in an owl skull mask who turns out to have a vendetta against the entire Wayne family that dates back for centuries, and calls the soul of Gotham City into play. The first issue is on stands now, and Michael E. Uslan talked about the importance of a good, strong villain.

" The Stan Lee theory (is something) I adhere by thoroughly. Stan Lee says that heroes will only be popular and have longevity if their super villains are great. They are only as good as their super villains. It's only the villains that really define them at the end of the day. Batman, inarguably, has the greatest rogues gallery of supervillains ever created in comics. The comics have been coming out every Wednesday since 1939. The credit has to go to the creators. The Artists. The Writers. The Editors. The publishers. The people that have been bringing us Batman now for 72 years. They get us to come back every single week. They are keeping us intrigued. They are keeping us interested. The characters continue to evolve. We want to follow. We want to know what happens next. Is every storyline in 72 years great? No. But they really try. They try to innovate. They sometimes try gimmicks that work for a while, and don't work...But at the end of the day, there have been so many great stories about this great character, and the whole family of Batman characters, that I don't think its popularity is every going to diminish."


We also talked to Michael E. Uslan about the rumors of a new Batman TV series. He remained tightlipped, saying only this.

"The only thing I am looking forward to right now is July 20th, with The Dark Knight Rises in theaters, and October 18th of this year, with Batman: Year One, the animated movie, coming out direct to DVD and Blu-ray."


For more about The Dark Knight Rises and the future of the Batman franchise, be sure to read our entire interview with Michael E. Uslan coming soon.

The Dark Knight Rises comes to theaters July 20th, 2012 and stars Christian Bale, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The film is directed by Christopher Nolan

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Dark Knight rises dialouge from new unseen trailer ? possible robin to batman dialouge?!

  some new diaolouge from the dark knight rises dialouge has been leaked  from warner bros Dc forums !!and there are MANY spoilers in it!! judge for yourself!! Morgan
"I've seen this man face fear itself, take on the embodiment of madness. Whatever monster could do this to him I fear we have dark time ahead of us."

Commisioner Gordon:
"He didn't unleash an army he could control. He disorganized us to keep us busy."

Alfred
"In the time you've been away Gotham's wounds have surpassed your own."

Selina kyle/Catwoman
"The thrill is addicting isn't it. Although without you here it wasn't fun. Things became... different. I became different."

Marion cottilard:
"I'm here to make sure you don't lose yourself. What you stand for what you are suppose to accomplish."

Juno temple character talking about bane:
"Well word is he controls everything now. He's made the city his prison."

Jgl/ Robin??
"Madness is fascinating thats why I came here. To see if we can control madness."

BANE:
"I've taken everything from him. His city, his weapons and his destiny. My replacement I replace."



JgL/robin? to Batman.
"I wanted to be what you wanted to be. To see if you were right. It cost lots of money to change who you are but it takes more of your soul. I didn't have much left so I sacrificed state of mind."

Spoiler! Ras alghul! :
"Phoneix's rise from the ashes but you and I are just men."

Scarecrow?
"I found a friend we traded secrets. He tried to kill me. It's life you gotta grow use to and now Gotham is just like the Asylum."

Catwoman
"You can't sell what people are willing to steal. You know you matter more than you yourself would like to admit. You are hope and that's something that can never be stolen."

Batman:
"To see people emulating a psychopath trying hard to keep a legacy of death and chaos alive is pure madness

Friday, September 2, 2011

3rd times the charm? 3rd Rumor of Joseph gordon levitt as Robin in TDKR from SHH ! YES!

Over on SHH a thread was made about a rumor by the user Rayne. Now I know that user and some of the info I used on my Batman Pittsburgh coverage came from him, so in my book he is good stuff. He at no point in the coverage ever said anything as wild as what he did last night.

He hasn't made a comment of any kind since Batman left Pittsburgh, but that all changed when he created a thread so that he could post the info that you see below. SHH shutdown this thread immediately, I'm not sure why.

 and just remember I trust Rayne, . Enjoy!

. I'm simply going to relay the story as it was told to me.

So I started a new job in downtown Pittsburgh on Monday near Smithfield St. For those that know Pittsburgh, they filmed here and on Cherry Way, which I have a view of from my office window. At the corner of Smithfield & the Blvd of the Allies, there is a small comic shop.

I went in for the first time yesterday and started talking to the guy who runs it, and he was telling me about some of the crew who came into the shop. This is what he told me:

He said that a weapons prop crew member was in the shop talking about the filming, and said that ROBIN WAS BEING INTRODUCED IN THIS FILM.

I repeat, he said that ROBIN WAS BEING INTRODUCED IN THIS FILM.

I asked him who he said would be playing him, and he said, "The dark-haired guy from 3rd Rock From the Sun."

That, of course, is Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

I pressed him for more details and he said that Bruce Wayne will "retire" as Batman, and that JGL will take up his cause as Robin. He did not say if this was mid-film (meaning Batman would return, making sense so far from what we know) or if this is how the film would end.

Now, this comic shop manager didn't seem to know much about the filming...he didn't even know who JGL was. I asked him if Robin would be in full costume, and he said that he would be in full costume "in the next film". We know that Nolan doing another Bat-film is pretty much not going to happen. but  he could've easily been confused or mislead (perhaps intentionally). 

That all being said, this would be fairly Nolan-esque; mislead us all about JGL's non-DC character, all the while revamping Robin's origin as a police officer turned vigilante sidekick. Perhaps his parents are killed at the Gotham Rogues game? And this could be why he's seemingly assisting Batman in scenes so far? And perhaps all of the Bane/Catwoman/Batwing leaks are to conceal bigger turns in the story, namely Talia & Ra's & Robin?

Again,  I thought this was info worth sharing!

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

TEEN TITANS RELAUNCHES SEPT 1st WITH TIM DRAKE/ROBIN!

The Next Generation of Justice
Tim Drake is forced to step out from behind his keyboard when an international organization seeks to capture or kill super-powered teenagers. As Red Robin, he must team up with the mysterious and belligerent powerhouse thief known as Wonder Girl and a hyperactive speedster calling himself Kid Flash in TEEN TITANS #1, by Scott Lobdell and artists Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund.

Monday, June 6, 2011

BATGIRL REBOOTED BATGIRL ISSUE#1 With ORIGINAL B-Girl BARBRA GORDON! ARRIVES SEPT 1st! YES!

BATGIRL - Barbara Gordon is Batgirl and the title will be written by Gail Simone with art by Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes.

BATMAN AND ROBIN ISSUE#1 RELAUNCHES SEPT 1st WITH BRUCE BACK AS BATMAN AND SON DAMIAN WAYNE AS ROBIN!

For fans of Damian Wayne as Robin, you'll be happy to hear that he'll be returning as the Boy Wonder in the pages of Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason's Batman and Robin #1. In the new volume of Batman and Robin, it will be Bruce and Damian Wayne parading as the titular characters, protecting Gotham City as father and son Batman & Robin #1.



"This is the first time we're seeing Bruce Wayne and his son Damian acting as a team, together, as Batman and Robin. Previously, it had been just a father/son role or mentor and student, but this is the first time they are actually working together as a team," said Marts. "That's going to be very interesting because here you have a family dynamic of father and son who have the most unique relationship, and not the most perfect of relationships. That will provide for a lot of interesting stories."

DC RELAUNCHES NIGHTWING #1 BY EDDY BARROWS! GRAYSON has familiar BATMAN & ROBIN movie outfit!

NIGHTWING ISSUE 1 HITS STANDS SEPt 1st! LOVE THAT OUTFIT from B&R

what say you fans!

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

BATMAN FOREVER AIRING ON AMC NOW!!

just a heads up batman forever is airing on AMC chsnnell as wee speak! enjoy!!

Robin needs to be in the new batfilms and DC agrees the story of dick grayson is a great character bio documentary!

great robin character bio from everyone at DC its on the Under the red hood blu ray & dvd! another awesome BatFilm with robin in it! check it out! parts 1 & 2

Saturday, April 23, 2011

BATMAN &ROBIN IS AIRING RIGHT NOW ON TNT!

just a heads up for u folks up late at night batman and robin is airing now on tnt!

Fun film!

Batman: The Brave & The Bold Season 2, Part 1 Coming to DVD August 16th!

Batman: The Brave & The Bold Season 2, Part1
It's been confirmed that 12 episodes of the second season of the current animated Batman will hit DVD on Aug 16th.
The first part of the second season of Batman: The Brave & The Bold, the current animated incarnation of the Caped Crusader, will hit DVD shelves August 16th. It's a 12-episode collection: "Death Race To Oblivion!", "Long Arm Of The Law!", "Revenge of the Reach!", "Aquaman's Outrageous Adventure!", "The Golden Age Of Justice!", "Sidekicks Assemble!", "Clash Of Metal Men!", "A Bat Divided!", "The Super-Batman of Planet X!", "The Power Of Shazam!", "Chill Of The Night!" and "Gorillas of Our Midst!".


Thursday, April 21, 2011

BATMAN BEYOND RETURN OF THE JOKER BLU RAY RELEASED this month

you should definitley check it out there some major improvements!Return of the Joker looks the part as well. Granted, Warner's 1080p/AVC-encoded presentation has drawn some fire of late, but almost all of it is unwarranted and based on misinformation and misunderstanding. The confusion stems from the Blu-ray edition's aspect ratio: while the previously released DVD is presented in 4:3 letterboxed to 1.78:1 widescreen, the BD is presented in 16:9 1.33:1 open-matte via a pillar-boxed image. Did Warner crop the picture? Is ROTJ's high definition debut a window-boxed fiasco? Are we dealing with a non-anamorphic disgrace? Thankfully, the answer to each question is a resounding "no." Though Timm and his fellow filmmakers' original intent was for Return of the Joker to be presented in widescreen, Warner's encode is an open matte beaut; one that showcases every inch of the animators' work. That being said, the studio could have avoided alienating any fan by including both the film's 1.78:1 widescreen and open matte 1.33:1 presentations. Options are always appreciated, and tossing in both versions would have been ideal. But should such wishful thinking affect an evaluation of an otherwise commendable encode's raw quality? Not in my estimation.

The first thing Batman Beyond junkies are bound to notice is the high definition image's color, contrast and clarity. Arresting splashes of intense primaries fill the screen, stark comicbook inkiness lends every neo-noir shadow and pitch black silhouette a welcome richness, and the animators' lineart is crisp, refined and only subject to almost negligible intermittent aliasing. (The bridge of the Joker's nose is affected more than anything else, but it rarely amounts to a distraction). The technical presentation is notably proficient as well. Minor artifacting and banding haunt a number of backgrounds -- enough to draw the eye on more than one occasion -- but I suspect most instances trace back to the film's source, not an encoding deficiency. Moreover, significant compression anomalies, noise and other issues aren't a factor. To cut to the chase, Return of the Joker has never looked better and DVD owners will be more than satisfied with the upgrade.

WELCOME GUYS TO BATMAN & ROBIN ON FILM!! the ANTIJETT ANTI-NOLAN SITE

hi guys this is  andrew and this site has actually been along time coming as you know my other site supermansupermansuperworld im a Huge Superman fan im ALSO a HUGE BATMAN fan and loved the characters for years not the nolanfilms though batman begins was just okay and i feel unnecessary. the Darknight i dont even wanna get into it but imo opinion is the most overrated crap excuse for a batman movie ive ever seen. Ledger was Great eckhart was great thats about it! not  fan at all of nolans uber Realistic batman crap. you know Mr nolan you can do and Extremley serious batman without making it look like a documentary or and episode of law &order and you can also have robin it! sorry nolan but i dont consider your films batman my batman lives in the DC universe not in his own little secluded world!  so i created this site for the many fans that are sick of nolans nonsense and are looking forward to a nolanLEss batman franchise Ala upcoming justice league Movie and  Batman reboot! and peopel who are anti nolan and anti pretentious hypocrite Jett from that OTHER site! cheers