Batman Ninja is the story of how Batman, the Bat Family, and a number of Gotham’s criminals are transported through time and space back to Medieval Japan where they become embroiled in a local power struggle. Director Jumpei Mizusaki has described Batman Ninja as a film meant to show the world how Japan sees Batman and not one about how Batman (and Bruce Wayne) see Japan. Judging by the trailer, Japan sees a badass side of Batman that’s like nothing we’ve ever seen before.
A yellow sketch gives an eye-catching new look to the classic bat-logo on this cool Batman t shirt for women! The Batman v Superman Bat Sketch Logo Juniors T-Shirt is a black, fitted female shirt with a soft feel and a junior fit. Inspired by the DC movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it features a roughly sketched yellow version of a bat-logo outline framing the word “Batman” in sketched, yellow letters. Side with the Dark Knight!
“Something like that… happened to me, you know? I… I’m not exactly sure what it was. Sometimes I remember it one way, sometimes another… if I’m going to have a past, I prefer it to be multiple choice!” The Joker
From the eagerly anticipated 2016 blockbuster BATMAN v SUPERMAN comes this incredible set of life-size statues of the 2 Superhero titans and future Justice League leaders: The Dark Knight, aka BATMAN (as portrayed by Ben Affleck) and the Man of Steel, aka SUPERMAN (as portrayed by Henry Cavill).
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Good news animated Joker fans, Mark Hamill is back.
Ever since an animated adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s 1988 graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke was announced by Warner Brothers and producer Bruce Timm at San Diego Comic-Con a few weeks back, fans have been fervently hoping that actor Mark Hamill, who voiced the Joker in the classic Batman: The Animated Series (as well as in a few other iterations over the years, most recently the Arkham Knight video game), would come out of “bad guy retirement” to play the Clown Prince of Crime one more time. Continue reading Mark Hamill Confirmed to Return as The Joker in BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE