Image of the Day: Stan Lee with Batman and the Hulk—naked!
Steel yourself for some electrifying fanart of Batman, Alfred and nine notorious DC supervillains. Reminiscent of black-light posters of the '70s, the series of raw, minimalist drawings of iconic friends and foes are a delirious distraction. Bring it on.
With his Dark Knight trilogy, director Christopher Nolan created not only three of the most acclaimed superhero films ever made, but three of the most financially successful. The Dark Knight Rises is still raking in cash in theaters around the world, but depending on how you look at it, a much older Batman film is actually more successful.
Bruce Wayne's alter ego Batman has been kicking around for more than 70 years, and during that time, there have been a lot of incarnations of the Dark Knight and his rogues gallery. Want to take a walk down memory lane?
Now this is fan-made short filmmaking at its finest. Want to know what happened in the years between Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight and the recent Dark Knight Rises? This dark, cinematic short dubbed Batman: Pupper Master does a pretty good job of tackling the question.
Most comic geeks know Bat-chicks Barbara Gordon and Cassandra Cain. But Stephanie Brown? There's little love for the third Batgirl. As tribute to the blonde brawler, adoring fans assembled this awesome teaser for a webseries. Does she deserve the spotlight? You bet your cowl.
Want to see Christian Bale's Batman take on Heath Ledger's Joker and Jack Nicholson's classic Joker—plus Tom Hardy's Bane from The Dark Knight Rises? Oh, and did we mention it's all (awesomely) done with toys?
Here's one more reason never to go outside again. Back in June, we showed you a Star Wars home theater to pull ears off a Gundark for, now here's a badass Dark Knight Rises cinema that tops it.
There has been a grassroots fan backlash for a while now in support of the late Bill Finger, who worked behind the scenes with Batman creator Bob Kane to conceive Bruce Wayne and his epic mythology. Now, well, it seems DC is tired of talking about it.
Though it hasn't even hit the air yet, The CW's upcoming superhero series Arrow could manage to do something fellow super-show Smallville couldn't do in 10 years—lure Batman to the small screen.