What do The Flash, Daredevil, and Arrow all have in common? They’re all current television shows based on comic book characters that stars the main hero. Unlike these shows, Gotham is one of the only shows that doesn’t follow the same formula. Yet it still works. Even with only one season under it’s belt, people are begging to know when are we going to see the big bat. Unfortunately, the Dark Knight may not be making an appearance anytime soon. (more…)
Yvonne Craig, Batgirl from the 1960’s Batman television show passed away yesterday, she was 78. Many of us also remember her as Marta, the green Orion Slave girl in the Star Trek‘s Whom Gods Destroy episode in season three. Her official website issued this statement. (more…)
Rocksteady’s fantastic Batman series may have come to a close, but as we all know, they’re never short on awesome goodies for the fans. In this package, we’ll see the 1989 film’s hardass Batman who danced with the devil in the ‘goofy artist’ Tim Burton’s dark masterpiece…
More bat goodness after the jump… (more…)
There is perhaps no villain as mad or sadistic as The Joker. In the course of cinema (and television) the crown prince of crime has been played by great men. Cesar Romero. Jack Nicholson. Heath Ledger. Mark Hamill. Jared Leto. And now… Zach Galifianakis?! (more…)
It seems like only yesterday Batman fans were reacting quite passionately one way or another to the news of Ben Affleck being cast as the Dark Knight. Recent rumors would make it seem, however, that some very important people are now in his corner. Affleck supposedly received a standing ovation for his performance after an early cut of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice was screened for a small group of Warner Bro. executives, which led to some pretty big plans.
Greetings, Nerd Bastards readers, Jake here from The Hall of Comics – where heroes shop. I’m a bag and boarded professional. My passion (and business) is to read, write about and sell comics. In an alliance forged in the stars, The Hall of Comics will be dropping by Nerd Bastards weekly, to bring you the latest word and the weeks best pulls in comics. So sit back, grab a snack, and check out what latest comic titles you should be reading. (more…)
Surrounded by an ocean of discarded lanyards, empty hand sanitizer bottles, nerd tears, and a slowly dissipating funk cloud, it’s Bastard-Con 2015!, North America’s 4th biggest wholly audio nerd convention.
This year, Jeremy and Jason offer an exclusive (ish) preview of X-Men: Apoplectic, Deadpool: F*ck Your Face, Star Wars Episode 7: Practical Magic, Batman V. Superman V. Expectations V. Ash V. Evil Dead V. Studio Crocodile Tears.
While we’re not sure if this past weekend’s presentation at San Diego Comic Con created less dissenters, or more, the fact of the matter is that there was no bigger presentation at this year’s con than Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment‘s big gamble has a lot of interest, but not a lot of faith, but might have Saturday’s huge presentation changed all that? Time will tell, but in the meantime here’s a couple more new images from the movie, one is the promotional banner above, and the other is a closer look at, to use action figure marketing parlance, Desert Batman. (more…)
As the convention hall doors prepare to close on another sensory-overload edition of the most media-heavy nerd gathering in the known universe, we here at NBHQ thought it would be wise to take a quick trip down Recent-Memory Lane by recapping some of the craziest, zaniest, and most mind-blowing-y moments of SDCC15. As with all forms of public opinion, this list is not meant to be all-inclusive or definitive, but simply a gathering of some of the cool stuff that transpired. Enjoy!
Hold on to your butts! Footage from the Batman Vs. Superman panel at Comic-Con featuring Zack Snyder, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, Holly Hunter and Jeremy Irons is available for your viewing pleasure.