Today on Bad Comic Reviews: We're looking at issue 3 of Batman/Superman. The duo uncover movre corrupted heroes, but stopping the Batman Who Laughs might cost Batman and Superman more than they realize.
Written by Joshua Williamson, art by David Marquez, colors by Alejandro Sanchez, with letters by John J. Hill. Cover by David Marquez and Alejandro Sanchez
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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is a two-part direct-to-video animated superhero film, an adaptation of the 1986 comic book The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller. It was directed by Jay Oliva, who worked as a storyboard artist on Man of Steel, Under the Red Hood, Year One and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Several other Batman veterans were also involved in the film. Part 1 was released September 25, 2012, and Part 2 was released January 29, 2013. A deluxe edition combining both films was released on October 8, 2013. It is the 15th film in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series.
Batman: Under the Red Hood released on July 27, 2010 is an American animated superhero adventure direct-to-video film produced by Warner Bros. Animation and released by Warner Home Video. It is the eighth feature in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series. The writer, Judd Winick, also wrote the "Under the Hood" run in the monthly Batman comic. The film received positive reviews, and is generally considered one of the best DC Universe Animated Original Movies.
The two-disc special edition and Blu-ray also includes an animated short featuring Jonah Hex.
Batman: Gotham Knight is a 2008 animated direct-to-DVD anthology film of six animated short films set in-between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. Each short, or segments, are written by Josh Olson, David S. Goyer, Brian Azzarello, Greg Rucka, Jordan Goldberg and Alan Burnett. Each segment has its own writing and artistic style, just as the works from the DC Universe. The six films all star Kevin Conroy, reprising his role as Batman from the DC Animated Universe. It is the seventh animated Batman film.
Our Superheroes have been turned into Beta Males who are encouraged to sacrifice themselves to fight the SYMPTOMS but not the CAUSE of evil. Also encouraged never to kill while their enemies kill freely. Our Superheroes are fighting cockroaches like rats in a maze with their hands tied behind their back and their eyes blinded and our young Men are being told to look up to this twisted definition of Justice aka Surrender. ===== Support If you want to support the Manhattan Project you can do it by using Cryptocurrency. The only true money is decentralized money Bitcoin: bc1qgezsj957dsls0jw8847uyxu2cs0kp8p3dpk66k
The Batman vs. Dracula is a 2005 animated movie based on The Batman television series. It premiered on television and was later released on home video. It has a much darker tone than the show, and features Vicki Vale (in her first animated appearance, voiced by Tara Strong, who voiced Barbara Gordon / Batgirl on The New Batman Adventures). The movie was released to DVD on October 18, 2005 and made its television debut on Cartoon Network's Toonami block on October 22, 2005. It was released on DVD as a tie-in with the live action Batman Begins. When the film was first aired on TV, the TV rating given was TV-Y7-FV as it was assumed that it was going to be in the same tone as the kids TV series. Subsequent airings have carried a TV-PG-V rating.
Today on Bad Comic Reviews: We're looking at issue 2 f Batman/Superman. This team-up book finds the World's Finest facing off against a corrupted hero in their hunt for the plans of the Batman Who Laughs.
Written by Joshua Williamson, art by David Marquez, colors by Alejandro Sanchez, with letters by John J. Hill. Cover by Jerome Opena and Morry Hollowell
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0:00 Young Bruce Falls 1:40 Decision 2:33 Why Do We Fall? 4:35 End Credits 4:43 Fear Will Find You 4:59 End Credits 6:56 Batman Rescues Rachel - Fight With the League 7:21 Final Confrontation 7:44 Batman Rescues Rachel - Fight With the League 8:11 Molossus 9:52 Harvey Two-Face 11:54 Watch the World Burn 15:34 Aggresive Expansion 17:19 Why So Serious? 18:06 A Watchful Guardian 18:50 The Ferries 19:22 Necessary Evil 21:29 Corynorhinus 24:37 Eptesicus 27:05 Batman on Fire 29:05 Ducard and Gotham's Fate - Bruce Left for Dead 31:37 Agent of Chaos 35:37 Eptesicus 37:33 Mind If I Cut In 40:11 Bar Shootout 41:54 Gotham's Reckoning 43:46 Stock Exchange 44:56 Chasing the Convoy East 47:14 Train Fight 48:24 Rise 55:26 The End
To celebrate the holiday's i decided to upload this game Batman Returns for the Super Nintendo. As i do best i take y'all back in time! Watch Batsy have a hard time dealing with these thugs and so on. Retro gamer at heart but plays games like a Boob lol. This was a past video i did long ago so enjoy! Any feedback is welcomed
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (also known as Batman of the Future: Return of the Joker) is a 2000 American direct-to-video superhero mystery animated film featuring the comic book superhero Batman and his archenemy, the Joker. It is set in the continuity of the animated series Batman Beyond, in which Bruce Wayne has retired from crime fighting, giving the mantle of Batman to high-school student Terry McGinnis, and serves as a sequel to both Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures. As in the TV series, Will Friedle and Kevin Conroy star as Terry McGinnis and Bruce Wayne, respectively, and Mark Hamill, who voiced the Joker opposite Conroy in Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures, reprises his role. Animation services were done at the Japanese animation studio, TMS Entertainment.
Before its release, the film was heavily edited to remove scenes of intense violence, and some dialogue was altered, thus creating the "Not-Rated" version of the film. The original version was subsequently released on DVD following an online petition to have the original version released. It received a PG-13 rating from the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) for violence, the first animated Batman film and from Warner Bros. Family Entertainment to do so.
Mephisto Odyssey and Static-X contributed the song "Crash (The Humble Brothers Remix)" on the film's soundtrack, along with a music video directed by Len Wiseman featured on the DVD.
Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero is a 1998 direct-to-video superhero animated feature film, the second based on Batman: The Animated Series, serving as a stand-alone sequel to Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, and starring Kevin Conroy and Michael Ansara, reprising their respective roles from the series as the two title characters. It was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and animated overseas by Koko Enterprises and Dong Yang Animation in South Korea. The film won the Annie Award for Best Home Video Animation.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is a 1993 American animated superhero film featuring the DC Comics character Batman. Directed by Eric Radomski and Bruce Timm, it is a cinematic continuation of Batman: The Animated Series as well as the first original theatrical film produced by Warner Bros. Animation.
The film was written by Alan Burnett, Paul Dini, Martin Pasko, and Michael Reaves and stars the vocal talents of Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill, and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (all reprising their roles from The Animated Series), in addition to Dana Delany, Hart Bochner, Stacy Keach, and Abe Vigoda. Its story follows Batman as he deals with his reconciliation with a former lover, Andrea Beaumont, and has to go up against a mysterious vigilante who is murdering Gotham City's crime bosses. The film's plotline was inspired by Mike W. Barr's Batman: Year Two comic book story arc, but features an original antagonist, the titular Phantasm, in place of The Reaper.
Originally planned for a direct-to-video release, Warner Bros. ultimately decided to give Mask of the Phantasm a theatrical release, condensing its production into a strenuous eight-month schedule. The film was released through the studio's Family Entertainment division on December 25, 1993 to positive reviews from critics, who praised the stylized animation, voice performances, storyline and music. However, due to the decision to release it in theaters on short notice, Mask of the Phantasm failed at the box office.
After its release on home video, the film became financially successful. Its eventual success led to two direct-to-video standalone sequels, Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero in 1998 and Mystery of the Batwoman in 2003. Until the limited release of Batman: The Killing Joke in 2016, Mask of the Phantasm was the only animated Batman film to be given a theatrical release.
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Thanks go out to Nick for sending me this trilogy set, which he did to hear my thoughts on these 3 films. Next up will be a Ranting Commentary on The Dark Knight Rises & then a review on The Dark Knight Rises.
Drawing fictional superhero character Batman. The character, created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, first appeared in Detective Comics #27 in 1939. Originally named the "Bat-Man," the character is also referred to by such epithets as the Caped Crusader, the Dark Knight, and the World's Greatest Detective.
Batman's secret identity is Bruce Wayne, a wealthy American playboy, philanthropist, and owner of Wayne Enterprises. His origin depicts Bruce Wayne as a child, after witnessing the murder of his parents Dr. Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne, he swore vengeance against criminals, an oath tempered by a sense of justice. Bruce Wayne trains himself physically and intellectually and crafts a bat-inspired persona to fight crime.
Batman operates in the fictional Gotham City with assistance from various supporting characters, including his butler Alfred, police commissioner Jim Gordon, and vigilante allies such as Robin. Unlike most superheroes, Batman does not possess any inhuman superpowers. He does, however, possess a genius-level intellect, is a peerless martial artist, and his vast wealth affords him an extraordinary arsenal of weaponry and equipment. A large assortment of villains make up Batman's rogues gallery, including his archenemy, the Joker.
Batman has been licensed and featured in various adaptations, from radio to television and film, and appears in merchandise sold around the world, such as apparel, toys, and video games. Kevin Conroy, Rino Romano, Anthony Ruivivar, Peter Weller, Bruce Greenwood, Jason O'Mara, and Will Arnett, among others, have provided the character's voice for animated adaptations. Batman has been depicted in both film and television by Lewis Wilson, Robert Lowery, Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Bruce Thomas, Christian Bale, Ben Affleck, David Mazouz, and Iain Glen. Robert Pattinson will portray the character in the upcoming 2021 film, The Batman.
Drawing The Joker, the supervillian of the Batman series. The Joker (character created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane, and Jerry Robinson), is portrayed as a criminal mastermind of Gotham City. Introduced as a psychopath with a warped, sadistic sense of humor, the Joker has been part of the superhero's defining stories, including the murder of Jason Todd—the second Robin and Batman's ward—and the paralysis of one of Batman's allies, Barbara Gordon.
The Joker has had various possible origin stories during his decades of appearances. The most common story involves him falling into a tank of chemical waste that bleaches his skin white and turns his hair green and lips bright red; the resulting disfigurement drives him insane. The antithesis of Batman in personality and appearance, the Joker is considered by critics to be his perfect adversary.
The Joker has been listed among the greatest comic book villains and fictional characters ever created. The character's popularity has seen him appear on a variety of merchandise (such as clothing and collectible items), inspire real-world structures (such as theme park attractions), and be referenced in a number of media. The character has been portrayed by several screen actors including Cesar Romero (in the 1960's Batman television series), Jack Nicholson (in 1989's Batman) and Heath Ledger (in The Dark Knight, 2008). The character was adapted into his own standalone film, Joker, in 2019 starring Joaquin Phoenix in the role. Mark Hamill, Troy Baker, and others have provided the character's voice.
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Synopsis for "Contagion, Part One: The Apocalypse Plague"
Azrael sends Batman a video showing the horrible effects of a highly contagious virus developed by the Order of St. Dumas and told Batman that the plague was headed to Gotham City. Batman decided to get some information from the United States Army and he let Robin the task of tracking the man that is carrying the virus in his body.
Batman told the new police commissioner Andrew Howe about the virus but he wouldn't listen. Batman then forced his way into an Army's secret installation to learn about the virus and if there was a possible cure. He find the head investigator in an isolated room. The man had acquired the virus and was dying without any chance of survival. The general told Batman that the virus was a variant of the Ebola virus named Ebola Gulf-A. The general told Batman the symptoms and that the virus mutated too fast to develop a cure. The only hope was to find a survivor, someone who has been infected but have survived. After telling all what he knew, the general died because of the virus.
When Batman got himself out of the secret installation, Robin told him that he found the man carrying the disease. The man was called Daniel Maris; he was the only man arriving to Gotham from Africa in the last few hours and he was staying at Babylon Towers. Maris was carrying the virus unknowingly. He is an acolyte for the Order of St. Dumas and acted as chairman of the Babylon Towers apartments. His mission was to enclose himself and the other residents of Babylon Towers inside so the virus would eliminate the entire city of Gotham without affecting the people inside Babylon. What he didn't knew was that he was carrying the virus and by the time he exposed the plan to the Babylon residents all the people whose Maris has been in touch with was already infected by the virus; even the servants that were later sent outside Babylon to Gotham. Maris tried to seal off Babylon from the plague, but trapped everyone inside with it. As Batman was trying to figure out a plan, the virus was already spreading among the Gothamities and inside Babylon as well.
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Today on Bad Comic Reviews: We're looking at issue 1 of The Batman's Grave. This 12-part DC Comics maxi-series finds the Dark Knight investigating a strange case after responding to an emergency call that was being ignored.
Written by Warren Ellis, pencils by Bryan Hitch, inks by Kevin Nowlan, colors by Alex Sinclair, with letters by Richard Starkings. Cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair.
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