If you haven't gotten a chance to watch DC Nation on Cartoon Network, you can now watch tons of the show's greatest shorts, including Super Best Friends Forever, Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld, and World's Funnest.
Coolness doesn't win a single battle. And often, the coolest heroes and villains are too busy standing around posing and looking awesome to get the frickin job done. Meanwhile, sometimes the total dorks are the ones who kick the most butt when it counts.
We've grown to love Batman: The Brave and the Bold, but its replacement as Cartoon Network's regular Batman show will definitely have a hard time growing on us. Beware the Batman, coming in 2013, features weirdly angular computer-animated artwork, plus a gun-toting Alfred. And instead of Robin, Batman's sidekick will…
Comic-Con 2010 is chock full of limited edition toys, comics, and collectibles that are available in ridiculously small amounts. Here are 25 gee-whiz exclusives you may want to check out before they're pillaged by the fan horde.
We're definitely jazzed about the prospect of a Blue Beetle TV series, but history gives reason to tamp down our optimism for a second-tier DC hero show. In 2006, this rad Plastic Man TV pilot was rejected by Cartoon Network.
Superman scarfs, Catwoman boots, crystal-encrusted Plastic Man glasses — working for Paris fashion house Colette, designers like Karl Lagerfeld and Julien David have taken DC Comics iconography and spun it into haute couture. [Bleeding Cool]
We talked superheroes with the all-new "real American heroes," Marlon Wayans and Channing Tatum, and found out the real reason Marlon wasn't cast as Joel Schumacher's Robin — and why he couldn't pull off the "motorcycle in the rain" scene.
I was pretty much bowled over by last week's first episode of Batman: The Brave and The Bold, with its pop-art combination of fun, action and villains with cosmic-powered gongs for weapons, but this pic from Friday's second episode promises that even better is to come. Yes, that's Batman turned into an ape, ready for…
Instead of throwing yet another superhero movie on the fire, Hollywood has pulled the reins back on the live adaption of the bendiest superhero, Plastic Man. True, there is a Wachowski script floating around, but they aren't planning on doing it just yet and Keanu Reeves is not attached to the title role. Sorry Eel…