Dark Knight 3: The Master Race isn’t even out yet, but co-writer Frank Miller has already announced that the trilogy has turned into a quadrilogy. Miller told Newsarama that “after he reads DK3 in full, he intends to create his own fourth chapter” which, frankly, is terrifying on about eight different levels.
Hello. This is an actual comic cover drawn by legendary comic artist Frank Miller. It’s the cover to a companion comic to Miller’s upcoming Dark Knight III: The Master Race series, and it appears DC is actually going to publish it despite the fact that 1) it is horrible, 2) it is laughable and 3) you can clearly see…
Next year will be a pretty big year for DC, as Batman v Superman marks their first tentative foray into a new cinematic universe. That means merchandise out the wazoo—and not just movie stuff. DC collectibles would like to remind you where the movie all started, with two figures from The Dark Knight Returns.
This... this will not end well. DC comics has just announced that Frank Miller, one of comics’ greatest creators who has since devolved into one of the comics’ world’s weird crazy uncles, is creating a third volume in the saga he began with The Dark Knight Returns, to be titled The Dark Knight: The Master Race.
With Batman V. Superman on its way, BrickFlix did its own LEGO take on the classic battle from The Dark Knight Returns — with a somewhat different ending.
We've already seen that Batman V. Superman has been filming an iconic Batman scene. But while it's a moment we've seen on film time and again, the latest set photos show how closely this version will resemble a scene in Frank Miller's comic The Dark Knight Returns. Mild spoilers ahead.
With Civil War brewing on the Marvel movie horizon, we're gearing up to watch Iron Man and Captain America duke it out. And here, you can see them throwing punches in the style of Batman and Superman's fight from Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns.
What happens when The Dark Knight Returns version of Batman faces off against Alan Moore's smartest man on the planet? Only funny things.
Geeky pop culture sometimes feels like a collection of cool stuff: "Hero" moments and "holy shit did you see that" images. And sometimes it feels like the people who update our most beloved stories want to include those moments — without doing anything to set them up properly. The premature nerdgasm is a serious…
It looks like Carrie Kelley, the female Robin to Grumpy Old Batman in Frank Miller's classic The Dark Knight Returns, is joining the DC universe proper. She's on the gatefold cover of Batman and Robin #19 (which comes out next Wednesday) in a Robin costume. Does this mean she'll actually be the next Robin? Maaaaybe.
If a new tie-in toy, an inside source, and an absurdly close reading of a new Robert Downey, Jr. interview have anything to say about it, then yes. Plus Hugh Jackman promises The Wolverine will finally feature the definitive Logan.
Jon Favreau might not longer be directing the Iron Man movies, but his role in Iron Man 3 is bigger than ever. An original Replicant confirms she's been approached about Ridley Scott's Blade Runner sequel. Plus more serious carnage can be expected on The Walking Dead!
Check out the first official image from the "ice age train" movie Snowpiercer. Disney releases a complete character guide for Oz the Great and Powerful. There are two sneak peeks from the series finale of Fringe. Plus tons of hints for what lies ahead on True Blood, Doctor Who, Arrow, and Syfy's Being Human!
Lost's Mr. Eko reveals what to expect from one of Thor's main new adversaries. A villain from the first Captain America might return. J.J. Abrams hints at Star Trek 3. Plus new Snowpiercer comic art — and some high praise for the Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters script! Plus there's the first piece of casting from the…
Check out the first clip from the second half of the animated Dark Knight Returns adaptation. Showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman discuss what's ahead on Person of Interest. No, Twin Peaks isn't really coming back. Plus American Horror Story spoilers!
Check out the motherlode of behind-the-scenes Skyfall videos. Glen Mazzara drops plenty more hints for The Walking Dead. Arrow will cram in every last non-superpowered part of the DC Comics universe. Plus Jon M. Chu talks Masters of the Universe!
Benedict Cumberbatch promises you'll care about the characters in Star Trek Into Darkness. Check out tons of behind-the-scenes Looper footage. Arnold Schwarzenegger gives a pessimistic Terminator 5 update. Plus Fringe, Once Upon a Time, Warehouse 13 and more!
Bruce Willis drops some major Looper hints. Anthony Mackie discuss his character in the Captain America sequel, while Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige explains the plans for Thanos. Plus a Doctor Who clip and Amy Adams on Man of Steel!
The Star Trek sequel confirms its title. Doctor Who has tons of new photos from its spaghetti Western episode. Dreamworks schedules its How to Train Your Dragon sequels. Plus a new sneak peek for the animated Dark Knight Returns!
Sherlock's main director finds Frankenstein. Emily Blunt reveals what makes her Looper character so special. Zachary Quinto raves about the Star Trek sequel. Daniel Craig has plenty more James Bond left in him. Plus Dredd, Resident Evil: Retribution, and more!