Batman: Year One was supposed to be Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky's, big superhero project. Unfortunately the project got scrapped in favor of Nolan's Batman Begins. But new concept art shows the Lincoln Continental Batmobile that never was. UPDATED.
The genius of Frank Miller's graphic novel Batman: Year One wasn't just how it reimagined Batman's origin — it was the new and grittier version of James Gordon, Batman's main ally on the police force.
The cast of Fringe teases Peter's return and a massive new threat to both universes. Joel Edgerton explains why the new Thing isn't like other prequels. Plus an awesome sneak peek at the new DC animated movie Batman: Year One!
One of the greatest scenes in Frank Miller's graphic novel Batman: Year One is the dinner party that Batman crashes, in which he warns Gotham's rich and mighty that from this moment on, none of them is safe. Now you can watch that scene brought to life, in the first clip from the Batman: Year One direct-to-DVD…
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The animated adaptation of Frank Miller's comic Batman: Year One has an impressive voice cast. From Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston to Eliza Dushku and Katee Sackhoff, this could be one of the coolest animated voice casts yet.
Now that Darren Aronofsky's dipping his toe into superhero cinema with The Wolverine, he's also returning to his abandoned idea for a Batman film. It'll be a comic, but Aronofsky hints it could still turn into a movie eventually.
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Yesterday, the L.A. Times Book Awards honored comics for the first time, and David Mazzucchelli's geometric love story Asterios Polyp won the prize. We spoke to Geoff Boucher of Hero Complex about bringing comics into the critical fold.