You know how in 1997's Batman and Robin Mr. Freeze shows up and starts blasting everyone with his weird blue ice and making bad puns? I feel like that happened in America this week, somewhere, and we just haven't found out about it yet. What I'm trying to say is it's frigggggggggin cold out. Also I get the films of…
Don't fight it. You knew this was inevitable. Honestly, we're surprised it took this long.
In the DC Comics' story arc Night of the Owls, a band of almost immortal assassins known as the Talons descend upon Gotham City to wreak havoc.
It's official. We're sick of winter, with its never-ending crapstorm of flurries, ice, and flurries and ice that melt into disgusting brown puddles. Then again, we could have it worst. These sentient slush piles could have our world in their icy cold grips.
(Quick note — Mr. Freeze isn't on here, as he was made out…
An extended preview for Young Justice, Cartoon Network's Justice League in training show, has hit the web. Watch Robin battle Mr. Freeze, Speedy take on Icicle, Aqualad fight Killer Frost, and Kid Flash tangle with Captain Cold.
What would happen if the Joker studied macroeconomics to decide whether to team up with Two-Face or go it alone? An economist known only as ShadowBanker has posted an analysis of the merits and drawbacks of supervillain team-ups, with charts.
Here's Batman, the Riddler and Mr. Freeze jumping around in a LEGO version of a zoetrope, a device from the Victorian-era that quickly spinned pictures to animate them. This one uses a turntable and synchronized LED flashes to produce the stroboscopic effect that creates the illusion of moving figures. The author,…