If you're a hardcore superhero fan, you're going to love what's coming to retailers this year. The booths at Toy Fair '12 in New York City this week teased so many incredible DC, Marvel and more action figures, statues, busts and oddities that if the public were invited, we're sure there would have been drool stains everywhere.
Christopher Nolan has a reputation for many things as a director. His films are defined by complex plotting, visual artistry and, of course, extreme secrecy. He's so secretive that when he first approached Michael Caine to play Alfred in Batman Begins, he wouldn't even leave the legendary actor alone with a copy of the script.
David Letterman just celebrated the three-decade mark in his career as a late-night talk show host. And with all those shows under his...
When you consider the fact that most rock stars try to pull off a superhero persona anyway, it's no surprise that everyone from Peter Parker to the Boy Wonder has inspired a few hit (and several deep cut) rock 'n roll tunes over the years. Heck, everyone from Prince to the Black Lips has wanted in on the action at some point.
Just when you thought gaming's Batman Arkham-verse could get no cooler! Behold these raw conceptual images of the title's rogue's gallery drawn by Dark Horse artist Brandon Badeaux.
DC Comics has already taken heat from casual readers and fanboys alike for the hypersexualized treatment of Catwoman and Starfire in its New 52 reboot titles. Now it's Washington D. C. news station Fox 5's turn, and they're not pulling any punches, slamming DC for sex, violence and even Bruce Wayne's choice to have a few drinks.
In the photo above, Captain Kirk gives us his best "I'm sorry, I can't hear you over the sound of how awesome I am" smile. But it turns out it's the car that interests us more. Because the Reactor Mach II got around almost as much as Kirk did.
Image of the Day: What Batman and Robin should REALLY look like
Blastr's Images of the Day have continued be one of our most popular features—but some of those images were more popular than others. With the end of 2011 right around the corner, we decided to take a look back at the year to see which ones you clicked on the most.
This weekend, Sherlock Holmes reprises his role as the movie character with the most films EVER. But while his sleuthing in A Game of Shadows is certain to be exceptional, we'd like to remind you there are plenty of other candidates for the title of greatest fictional detectives of all time.