It’s a slow day in the Hall of Justice. What better time for Batman to teach his young ward how to save someone’s life?

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Red Queen will make you re-think the phrase “just a fan film”…

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Interested in a crime drama steeped in comic books? Then you’ll like this trailer for Gotham

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Here’s a brand new short from producer Bruce Timm featuring a lost tale from Batman’s past, the Dark Knight tracks a strange giant to the mysterious lair of Dr. Hugo Strange.

Don’t miss “Batman: Strange Days” and other unique DC Nation shorts Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. (5:30 CST) on Cartoon Network during Teen Titans Go!

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Friday YouTube: Banecat!

Pretty much what you’d expect…but still funny.
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Short Film: Batman vs. The Terminator

Here’s a decent fan film mashup that’s worth a look. It’s Batman vs. The Terminator by Tony Guerrero, Noir Deco, and Mitchell Hammond. The plot here is more teaser than story, but I like the animation style and I have to admit that the idea of the dark Knight fighting terminator is appealing.

But you decide…

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Friday YouTube: Batman vs. Superman (in Lego)

In case anyone was wondering how Btaman might fare against Superman, well, this Lego animation pretty much summarizes it.

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Superman, Batman and The Doctor Walk into a Cafe…

No, seriously…

The folks behind How It Should’ve Ended and Superhero Cafe, bring us a special video for Doctor Who Week – Who’s A Hero – featuring Superman, Batman and the Doctor.

Favorite line?

“What would a bat do with a screwdriver?”

“You could’ve saved Rory and Amy!”

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What happens when the voice of Batman goes up against the voice of Superman?

Watch this video and find out

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VIDEO: Batman vs. Superman

Here’s another one of College Humor’s Batman videos…this time bringing in Superman amdidst scuttlebutt of the pending Superman/Batman film.

File under: NSFW, but funny.

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REVIEW SUMMARY: A decent offering marred by an art style so grotesque as to be horribly distracting.
BRIEF SYNOPSIS: After battling a menagerie of his enemies, The Flash (Barry Allen), wakes up to find the world has changed. Atlantis is at war with the Amazon’s of Themyscira, who have destroyed Europe, and claimed the United Kingdom as their own. In this alternate world, it’s up to Barry Allen and this world’s version of The Batman to set things right again, or die trying.

MY REVIEW:
PROS: Decent story; nice to see Barry’s version of The Flash in an animated feature; this Batman is interesting (not all alternates have been); another fun romp through the ‘what if’ catalogue of stories.
CONS: The physical representations of the heroes (the art) is weird, grotesque and distracting; even without having read the original comics, the twist was predictable.
BOTTOM LINE: As a fan of the animated movies DC has been pumping out, this one is much better than the previous few and well worth your time.

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Friday YouTube: Honest Trailers Takes on “Batman & Robin”

I love “Honest Trailers”. Take away all the in-the-moment hype and the buzz and you’re left with an honest assessment of a film…brilliantly seen using the wisdom of hindsight! Oh, and they’re LOL-funny.

I just have one question: Does this mean Batman & Robin is the new Waterworld?

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Superman and Batman on the Upcoming “Superman/Batman” Film


You didn’t think that Superman and Batman were going to let the recent Superman/Batman film announcement go unmentioned, did you…?

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Friday YouTube: Batman in Classic Movie Scenes

How might some of your favorite films looked if the Dark Knight starred in them?

Watch this video to find out!
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Friday YouTube: Batman’s Bad Day

Life is not always a bed of roses just because you are a superhero, as this episode of Bad Days shows us…

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VIDEO: Batman vs. The Penguin (with Patton Oswalt)

It’s Patton Oswalt Video Day!

Patton Oswalt stars as Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot (Penguin) in this new Batman video from College Humor.

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Previously, I reviewed Gail Simone’s first volume for the rebooted Batgirl series, The Darkest Reflection, which is a part of DC’s New 52 initiative. In the review, I mentioned my appreciation of Gail Simone’s writing, and how the series was off to a great start, and how I was looking forward to the next volume, which we now know is called Knightfall Descends.

The question at such a point, of course, is whether the second volume can match the first volume, and whether it can exceed expectations.
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Continuing a trend tailor-made for the Twitter generation, here are my quick takes on a few recently-watched genre-related films.

My brief thoughts follow…
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Friday YouTube: Bane Outtakes

Far be it from me to make fun of the man who took down Batman. Of course, that doesn’t mean that other people won’t take to YouTube to berate Gotham’s self-described liberator.

I know some audiences had some issues understanding Bane. Perhaps this video will clear things up. And help their diet!

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The awesome, wish-I-had-their-job folks at How It Should Have Ended have put together another episode in which the ever-egotistical Batman shares his thoughts with Superman on the Man of Steel trailer…

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