This takes around the world of Arkham Asylum.
Celebrate Good Friday by watching Batman and Robin fight a bunch of Man-Bat Ninjas.
Batman & Son hits DVD/Blu-Ray on May 6th.
The Lego Movie, set to be released on DVD and Blu-Ray June 17th, will have an “Everything is Awesome” Special Edition. While the regular release has some pretty sweet sounding special features, such as “Batman: A True Artist,” “Fan-Made Films: Top Secret Submissions” and “Michelangelo and Lincoln: History Cops” among others, the “Everything is Awesome” edition will also include a Vitruvirus minifigure, bonus 3D movie, 3D Emmet photo and exclusive bonus content.
Yes, everything IS awesome.
Check out this awesome new Batman short produced by the one and only Bruce Timm.
Looks like the “Cold, Cold Heart” DLC for Batman: Arkham Origins will take a page out of Iron Man’s book.
NBC wants you to submit your ideas for a new comedy sitcom.
Starting May 1, 2014, “NBC Comedy Playground” will accept your submissions for a new show. So if you’ve ever watched a show on T.V. and said , “I’m way funnier than that schlock,” here’s your chance. (Finally worked schlock into an article – check that one off the bucket list.)
First, get your idea past the network execs. Then, you have two different chances to win. Impress a rather notable line-up of comic advisors to become one of two on-air winners or get the most votes online to become the digital winner. If you are thinking about entering be sure to check out the official rules before applying. And good luck!
By the way, you think a certain Youtube show about a man who lives in his apartment with a sentient cardboard cutout of Batman would win? It already has its own theme song. Just saying.
Marvel just made it official: Captain America 3 will hit theaters the same day as Batman vs. Superman.
The Marvel vs. DC face-off is on.
In September, Batman: Death of the Family will get a book and Joker mask set. That’s right, now you too can own Joker’s face for just $39.99.
Batman: Death of the Family is a phenomenal story penned by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV and illustrated by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion and Jock.
Bruce Timm Returns to Batman Animation
DC announced that the legendary Bruce Timm is returning to his roots and creating a new Batman short entitled Batman: Strange Days. It features the Caped Crusader against the antics of Arkham’s Dr. Hugo Strange. It will debut on April 9th, alongside a new episode of Teen Titans Go!
Bruce Timm (along with Paul Dini) revolutionized animated features when the created Batman: The Animated Series. Many consider it one of, if not the, best animated series to grace television screens. I’m liable to agree with them, the series holds up to this day. It truly captured what’s great about Batman and Gotham with a stunning creative team.
Hence all the excitement for Bruce Timm’s return to Batman. His considerable talents have helped create some of Bruce Wayne’s finest moments, and here’s hoping he will again. We’ll find out on April 9th when the short airs.
Holly Hunter (“Saving Grace” and “The Incredibles”), Callan Mulvey (“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “300: Rise of an Empire”), and Tao Okamoto (“The Wolverine”) will be joining the growing cast for the 2016 Batman vs. Superman movie. Don’t try to guess which DC characters they will be portraying, though, as it has been reported that their characters were newly created for the film.
Batman vs. Superman is currently scheduled to release on May 6, 2016.
Geek Cave Podcast Episode 42: Fun with Baldness
Justin and Chad make fun of Darrin’s new haircut, we’re joined by Stephen of Operation Supply Drop, chat with the creator of the Dust Bunny graphic novel, and review X-Men: The Last Stand, which is just terrible.
Also, a big Buzztime giveaway, details of which you can find here.
The Geek Cave is brought to you by Buzztime and Shirtasaurus!
A photo was released at the end of last week not only hinting but confirming peoples theories that Harley Quinn will make an appearance in Arrow. The image itself is a behind the scenes image of the cast including Deadshot, Shrapnel, Bronze Tiger and Amanda Waller.
All we saw of her was the back of her head with blonde pigtails. The voice would seem familiar, maybe it’s the fact the Tara Strong,…