This Warner Bros Batman production has Koichi Yamadera as Batman and Wataru Takagi as The Joker. It’ll be in the cinema next year. That’s to say it’ll be in cinemas in Japan next year. The rest of us may just have to hope for the best. If you’re curious Warner Japan have an official microsite […]
Does this count as spoilers? I don’t know since the movie isn’t out yet… Call it speculation. I think a very likely ‘twist’ is that Superman features. Heck! The most recent trailer all but said as much. The latest merch update from WB Shop makes things pretty clear. Supes is all over the merch. In […]
Cosplay is going strong… and cospaint is picking up interest. One of the things cospaint has going for it is that it makes for dramatic YouTube montages and long running Twitch streams. The queen of superhero cospaint is Kay Pike. We’ve featured her work on Geek Native before but since it’s Superhero Week let’s share […]
This infographic from Netent Stalker tracks the evolution of popular superhero vehicles. You probably have a favourite Batmobile but what about S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier?
Artist Andrew Tarusov is a talented Russian living in Los Angeles. He works with art and animation and is a fan of pin-ups and comics. This collection of clever art draws inspiration from both and adds lots and lots of dark Tim Burton. What would some of the world’s most famous superheroes look like if […]
The partnership between SJ Games, Cryptozoic and DC Comics has left the shadows and made it to game store shelves. The dice game based on Batman: The Animated Series is now available to buy. The team of companies have been able to get this game into a range of interesting locations including some Hot Topic […]
For the first time in a very, very long time, the San Diego Comic Con actually felt less crowded this year. That was also reflected in the number of people cosplaying, which was dramatically lower than last year. But while there were less costumes over all, it seemed more people went out of their way […]
I went to see Batman: The Killing Joke having read the original graphic novel some years before, but not with it fresh in my mind and having read some SDCC-born concern over the treatment of Batgirl. I left wondering why we had two separate movies held together by a narrator. The first half has a […]
Eric Dufresne has a fresh take on superhero art with this collection. You might recognise some iconic superheroes among these shapes. Tempted? You can view more of Eric’s work over at his Society6 store. Pick up one of these prints at Society6.
An assorted collection of genderbent heroes. The “Wonder Man” meets Rule 63 Green Lantern and Aquawoman strip looks official. Do you know where it’s from? Comments below. Rule 63 Wonder Man Carrie Allen is The Flash By Z Rule 63 Batman Via Rule 63 Aquaman