We freely admit that as sci-fi geeks, we get a little obsessive about details, and we can get a little miffed when people seem oblivious to something we think is vital knowledge. But we also have to admit that sometimes, there's nothing funnier than a pissed-off nerd, and the Internet totally agrees with us there.
It wasn't so long ago that the fine folks at How it SHould Have Ended brought us 5 alternate endings for Dark Knight Rises. Now that the first full Man of Steel trailer is out and Christopher Nolan's name is attached, HISHE's hilarious versions of Batman and Superman have something to say about it.
Image of the Day: The Dark Knight's 72-year-history in 30 logos
Feeling sentimental this time of year? Here's the Caped Crusader and his criminal pals inhabiting the nostalgic realm of Rockwell's famous Saturday Evening Post poses. Ah, the memories!
Before Christopher Nolan's Batman, there was Joel Schumacher's. He directed two films, which nearly destroyed the franchise. Years later, he's opened up about the real reason those movies were made.
There have been rumors that Anne Hathaway's version of Catwoman could get her own flick. No one was more surprised than Anne Hathaway, who was asked about it in a recent interview. But what's really surprising is just how down she is to do it.
The Justice League movie would be Warner Bros. first attempt to create a consistent DC universe within the comic-book giant's film franchises. It only makes sense that Batman would be a part of that. What makes less sense, is a Batman who is NOT Bruce Wayne—but that may be exactly what we'll get.
It may have taken until 1989 for Tim Burton's Batman to kick off the comic book movie era in earnest, but a producer on the film was already thinking about the casting choices a decade earlier—and even mocked up a pic of Jack Nicholson as The Joker.
You may have heard that Hostess has gone out of business. Truly, a great tragedy which has torn America asunder. But leave us not to mourn our losses, true believers, but rather, remember the good old times by reading comics about superheroes eating Ho-Ho's!
Ah, the teen comedy! Is there nothing more temporary, more fleeting, and more of its time? Unless, of course, you repurpose footage from those films and turn them into a trailer for what would be the coolest series/film in history—Gotham High.