Leaked Picture from the Batman Vs Superman set featuring Batman and Batmobile #Batfleck

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Batman and the Batmobile from the Batman Vs Superman Movie Set

A picture has been leaked from Zack Synder’s upcoming Batman Vs Superman DC movie event. The picture features Ben Affleck (or stand in) in a Frank Miller style Dark Knight Returns Batsuit, and part of the Batmobile upper canopy. Continue reading

Nana… Nana… Nana… Batbear… The Dark Knight gets a little more cuddly with a Batman Teddy Bear fullsize illustration

I am Batbear by Nick Davis

I am Batbear by Nick Davis

Picking up a trend at the moment and I am having a lot of fun drawing these. Taking a break from my usual line of Marvel characters I had a go at DC’s most famous son Batman… Of course with my usual cuddly twist. Meet Batbear the Dark Cuddly… Continue reading

Batman reading A Teddy Bear Tale perhaps he is taking notes on how Tristan dealt with the Monsters under the bed?

BatmanWhat this? Batman in the Batcave taking time out of his hectic crime fighting schedule to read a book? And not just any book, he is reading A Teddy Bear Tale – Unconditional, the story of Tristan the Teddy Bear defending his child from the Monsters under the Bed. Is the Caped Crusader taking notes from Tristan’s epic fight for a future crime busting mission? Or is this a rare moment of down time for the Dark Knight? Who knew Bats had a soft side?

You too can check out A Teddy Bear Tale – Unconditional, just like the Batman in print or in your favorite eBook form by clicking here Continue reading

A parody counter argument to the bizarro Frank Miller OWS rant meet the Dick Knight

Richard PaceLast week we took an odd trip into bizarro world with a surprising rant from comic book maestro (and I use that lightly now) Frank Miller directed toward the Occupy Wall Street movement, which you can read here (and still feels like a viral marketing effort for Frank Miller’s latest and poorly received book Holy Terror). I also think it was a rant that was surprising more by its source than content than anything else. To counter Frank Miller’s argument, artist Richard Pace put together a Dark Knight parody called Dick Knight which you can view here. Fans of the Dark Knight Returns will really enjoy the style of this page.