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DVD Review: Batman: The Killing Joke (USA, 2016)

In 1988, a year after Tim Burton, Micheal Keaton and Jack Nicholson tried their hand at interpreting the Batman mythos, Alan Moore and Brian Bolland released a 48-page graphic novel that explored the Jokers origin, the extent of his lunacy and Batman and Jokers relationship far better than anyone had done at that point. That book was called The Killing Joke and in its wake it went on to become one the most iconic and controversial Batman tales ever written.... Continue Reading

Film Review: Suicide Squad (M) (USA, 2016)

The DC Comics Extended Universe (aka DCEU) has a bit of catching up to do if it wants to level up to its competitor Marvel. Even though DC has some of the more renowned superheroes in its deck of cards – Superman and Batman being two aces – it hasn’t had as much luck with its film adaptations recently of those characters. So taking a gamble, they opted to go with showcasing some villains instead. The result is Suicide Squad, a film about the worst of the worst who thankfully turn out to be the best choice. Continue reading Film Review: Suicide Squad (M) (USA, 2016)

DVD Review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (USA, 2016)

At first glance, it seems a little odd to see Batman headlining the follow up to 2013’s Man of Steel. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is an undeniably clunky title but, having seen it, it feels surprisingly fitting. It’s far more of a Batman film than it is a Superman one.... Continue Reading

E3 2016: Telltale Games debut beautiful screenshots of their Batman game

They have added their signature style to Game of Thrones, Minecraft and of course The Walking Dead and now the team are lending their talents to the Dark Knight as Batman: The Telltale Series receives it’s first screens. Continue reading E3 2016: Telltale Games debut beautiful screenshots of their Batman game