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Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two, is the eagerly-awaited conclusion to DC’s animated take one of their most the iconic comic-book storylines. Written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Tim Sale, the tale
August 8, 2021

Sweet Tooth

Back in 1993, fuelled by the success of titles such as Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns, a new DC Comics imprint called Vertigo, was launched to allow writers and artists more creative freedom. The
May 26, 2021

Superman: Man Of Tomorrow

Superman: Man Of Tomorrow is the 41st film in DC’s ever-expanding animated universe movies series. And while the Superman origin-story is perhaps one we’re all a little too familiar with, this new outing
September 1, 2020

Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons

There was a period, in the mid-1990s, when villains suddenly became de rigueur and comics were full of assassins and murders enacting unsavoury wish-fulfillment violence on all and sundry. Then along came
August 7, 2020

Superman: Red Son

DC’s Elseworlds series take well-known and well-loved comic book characters and gives them a new twist. Batman is a perennial favourite of Elseworld writers, but Superman has also generated his share of
March 10, 2020

Batman: Hush

DC Universe Animated Original Movies are direct-to-video releases based on some of DC’s best-known and best-loved storylines. Batman: Hush is their 13th outing in a series which, while done on a budget,
August 5, 2019

Aquaman

Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman. DC may own some of the most recognisable superhero ‘brands’ but ever since the launch of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008, its lagged woefully behind its rival.
April 5, 2019

Reign of the Supermen

If superhero movies were sandwiches then you’d probably take them back to the shop. Not very adventurous, with a thin daub of plot-jam, sold as a luxury product in an artisan SFX
January 25, 2019

More Bats For Your Buck

He’s been immortalised in live-action films and in animations but, for the purist, Batman will always be—first and foremost—a comic book hero. Making his debut in Detective Comics number 27, in 1939, Batman
January 25, 2019
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