Warren Ellis asked the internet for posters for a steampunk Batman silent movie, and the internet delivered. (via Toronto Silent Film Festival)
In this time of uncertainty and dread, with Batman dying and Dick Grayson taking up the cowl, with dead Robins returning all crazy or replacing Batgirl, with Bruce Wayne taking a global crimefighting initiative Batman Inc. public, there’s one thing I am sure Gotham that has going for […]
It might be Round 7, but it’s not too late to particpate in Cinematical’s Heroes vs. Villains tournament. Vote here.
The narrative frame and theme are heavy handed by the actual adventures are pretty sweet in “The Adventures of Little Batman.”
I don’t have cable right now so I’m rewatching old shows and movies. A lot of them are animated. Such is my way. I’d like to have a nobler reason for rewatching them–something like when James revisited his favorite childhood books. And it’s true—he did inspire me. But […]
I recently read a column by Ilona Andrews about heroes, which A) though light-hearted was also informative, and B) I immediately decided to steal use as a springboard for an article of my own.< There’s a lot of discussion as to the role of the hero in modern […]
Kato was the star of the old Green Hornet. Cinematical has Bruce Lee’s screen test for the role in the original 1960s tv series. And you can enjoy Batman and Robin vs. Kato and the Green Hornet in the Batman live action series. (via Shelf Life Clothing Company).