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The Batman has been pushed back to March 4th, 2022.
DC Comics hosted a Batman panel at WonderCon on Friday, March 29th to celebrate the character turning 80. The panel was moderated by Sam Humphries, and the panelists included Greg Capullo, Peter Tomasi, Joëlle Jones, Becky Cloonan, Scott Snyder, and Tom King. They shared their experiences with the character and even had a couple of big announcements.
The first announcement was the changing of the Detective Comics logo. The second was a new comic from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, Batman: Last Knight on Earth. The panel gave attendees a sneak peek at some of Capullo’s artwork on the title and its safe to say that I’m excited for this one. While I’m not entirely caught up on the work that the two have done since New 52, I’ve seen enough to know that I’m in for the long haul with both creators.
The trailer for Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been released.
Warner Bros. is dating their next rendition of Batman for June 25, 2021. This is the one that Matt Reeves has been attached to as writer and director. Ben Affleck, we hear, will not be donning the Dark Knight’s tights after playing the Caped Crusader in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad and Justice League and that’s because this movie will focus on a younger Bruce Wayne.
Batman: The Animated Series is coming to Blu-Ray on October 16th. Pre-orders are up on Amazon.
It’s been ten years since the release of The Dark Knight. Matt Patches writes about the film over at Polygon:
The Dark Knight is elegantly excessive, a confluence of Nolan’s film-tech obsessions, philosophical puzzles, and wealth of popcorn movie knowledge. Everything that can be explored — architecture, performance, film chemistry, noir tropes, screenwriting “rules,” practical special effects, Ethics 101, action geography, orchestral sound, the Levenson Self-Report Psychopathy Scale, pragmatic costuming, the spectrum of humor, truck mechanics — is explored.
The lead-up to this movie, my massive expectations, and then finally seeing it and it being as good as I wanted, was maybe the most fulfilling moviegoing experience of my life. It remains one of my favorite movies to this day.
Yours truly is on the latest episode of the Welcome to Geekdom podcast. We talk all about Batman Begins, one of my favorite films of all time.
Yours truly is on the latest episode of Welcome to Geekdom talking about The Lego Batman Movie and the animated Batman film Mask of the Phantasm. Both films are great and I had a lot of fun geeking out on two different variations of the Batman character.
Batman: The Animated Series turned 25 recently. The Hollywood Reporter has an oral history of the classic TV show:
“As a kid, I had a very conservative Irish-Catholic upbringing. So when Bruce Timm asked me what I knew about Batman, I immediately mentioned the TV show and he screamed, ‘No, no, no! That’s not what we’re doing. Erase that!’ ” says Conroy. “He explained the dark, noir story and Bruce’s vow to his parents which leads to the dual identities. It was sort of Shakespearean tragedy, so I approached it like you would Hamlet or Edgar in King Lear.”
I was on a podcast talking about this show a few months ago, it really does hold up.
A bunch of little teasers have been released for Justice League to lead up to a new trailer reveal this weekend.