The Batman has been gracing our screens in one form or another since his first movie serial in 1943. Lots of screen time means lots of promotion, and lots of promotion means lots and lots of posters. Now you can see them all, from movies to TV to video games and beyond, in one place.
It's easy to forget that, up until Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight reboot, big screen superhero films were a bit of a campy crapshoot. Even Tim Burton, who gave us some of the best Batman flicks ever, thinks his take on Bruce Wayne is "lighthearted" compared to Nolan's soon-to-be trilogy.
For all the success Joss Whedon's having with Marvel Comics characters these days, there's even more lack of success with DC Comics in his past. There was that Wonder Woman project that almost was, and then there was the time he got a chance to pitch his Batman movie to Warner Bros.
Marvel movie mastermind Kevin Feige has been talking up the awesomeness of his company's cinematic universe for weeks now as part of the...
Christopher Nolan has spearheaded a Batman revival with his Dark Knight trilogy, and with the final installment set to be released later this year, Nolan has opened up a bit about his approach adapting a never-ending comic series to the big screen.
Poised for mayhem, Bane seems set for supervillain stardom when Christopher Nolan's Bat opus ends this summer. Here's a fresh pair of mega-macho images featuring Tom Hardy's muscled maniac himself ready for Gotham City primetime.
Everyone has an opinion about The Dark Knight Rises, whether you're a lowly fanboy or the campiest man to ever wear the cape and cowl: TV's Adam West. Turns out he's a big fan of the franchise, even though it's a far cry from the Batman he created, and he's even got an idea for his ideal cameo appearance.
Image of the Day: The Dark Knight's NSFW online dating profile
With the news of Dick Clark's passing today at 82 of a heart attack, we look back at one of his most memorable contributions to pop culture—the time the American Bandstand emcee dropped in on the Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder.
It's been 17 years since Val Kilmer sported the cape and cowl for Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever. But the actor still gets asked about his short stint as The Dark Knight. At this year's Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, Kilmer participated in a Q&A where he discussed the good and bad from his superhero past.