Before Christopher Nolan rebooted things with his Dark Knight trilogy, the Batman franchise had pretty much become garbage. But things could’ve been a whole lot different.
If things had turned out a little differently at DC Comics in the 1980s, Batman's third sidekick would've been a former nemesis.
Robin and Ivy sitting in a tree ...
With the latest incarnation of the Boy Wonder now gone, Batman's looking for some additional collaborators.
Burt Ward just heard what happened to Robin, and he is none too pleased.
As Crazy Horse once said, "Wednesday is a good day to die." We may be paraphrasing slightly.
Some new background information on The Joker, courtesy of a recent Dark Knight Rises tie-in book, hints at a connection that could point to a potential appearance by Batman's protégé Robin in the final film of Christopher Nolan's trilogy.
Ever since Joseph Gordon-Levitt was cast in Christopher Nolan's final Batman flick, rumors have persisted that he'll be assisting the Caped Crusader as some version of the Boy Wonder. Levitt himself wouldn't deny that the rumor was true (nor would he confirm it), and now one intrepid blogger has assembled evidence from The Dark Knight Rises promotional materials to prove the theory right.
1,245 fans costumed like Superman, Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman and the Green Lantern gathered in Melbourne Saturday where they broke "the world record for the most number of people dressed in superhero costume, in one place at one time."
The Avengers aren't assembling in Manhattan, but rather in the UK.