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DC superhero movies that never got the greenlight

27 August 2014 3:26 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

We may be in the golden age of superhero cinema, but here are some DC movies that never made it…

Naysayers would have you believe that Hollywood chucks bucket-loads of cash at any old comic book movie pitch that happens to float through their corner-office window, get stuck to their shoe or come to them miraculously as an on-the-toilet epiphany.

However, this is not the case, particularly with DC comics characters. While some films that do get made may seem like bog-fodder (oh hey, Green Lantern), there are plenty of comic adaptation pitches, in-development scripts and passion projects that have ended up not getting made for various reasons.

We had a rummage through the aeons of DC cinema history (also known as extensive Googling) and pulled together all the comic book movie projects we could find that ended up in the bin of crushed dreams for Batman, Superman and more. »

- ryanlambie

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Sdcc Interview: Kevin Conroy, star of Batman: Assault on Arkham

6 August 2014 11:43 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

david j. moore chats with legendary Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy at the San Diego Comic-Con International…

Every animated character has a voice actor behind it, giving it life. Actor Kevin Conroy has been associated with the Batman character since he voiced him over the course of 86 episodes on Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1995), and through many spin-off series’ and feature films that have followed like The New Batman Adventures (1997-1999, 24 episodes), Batman Beyond (1999-2001, 48 episodes), Justice League (2001-2006, 55 episodes) and the video games Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009) and Batman: Arkham City (2011). Warner Bros. has continued using Conroy as Batman’s (and Bruce Wayne’s) voice in direct-to-video feature films over the years, and in the new film Batman: Assault on Arkham, Conroy once again lends his distinctive baritone to give the Caped Crusader that familiar voice fans have comfortably accepted and embraced.

david j. moore: Is your performance »

- Gary Collinson

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How Does Batman Live At The Start Of 'Dawn of Justice?'

5 August 2014 11:53 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

We brought you some footage from the Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice set of a destroyed city that included a sign amongst the rubble reading: "Wayne Financial."

Now some set photos have been tweeted as a older-looking Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne standing in front of the Wayne Financial rubble.

Maybe, just maybe, this isn't new damage, it's the Man of Steel damage.

Another image of Affleck as Bruce Wayne. #BatmanvSuperman Thanks to @bananadoc and @DaNewm for previous shots of set. pic.twitter.com/vgnUs0nvfD

— Samuel Otten (@ottensam) August 4, 2014

Questions about the set and Affleck's look lead BadAssDigest's Devin Faraci to spill some details he's learned about where Batman starts this new installment in his cinematic career:

My sources indicate that when BvS opens Batman has existed for close to thirty years, which would place Wayne in his 50s (which is why I expected more grey in »

- Da7e

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See Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne From Batman v. Superman Set: How Old Is He?

5 August 2014 7:54 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

In almost every incarnation of the Batman mythos, we've seen the character in his prime and during his earlier to mid-career crime fighting years. A lean, mean, fear-inspiring machine . the Batman has been seen kicking all sorts of ass in a relatively young and spry form. However, in the cases of Batman Beyond and Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns/The Dark Knight Strikes Again, there have been portrayals of an older, less agile but just as effective caped crusader roaming the streets of Gotham. According to the latest video from the set of Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice, it looks like Miller's influence has struck again. Thanks to Samuel Otten's YouTube Channel, we've seen another video of action from the set of Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice. After a montage of still images, the video begins (at roughly the 01:10 mark) showing us the outskirts of »

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DC Superheroes: 3D Lenticular Covers

30 July 2014 9:17 AM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Sneak Peek an array of 3D lenticular comic book covers, from DC Comics' "Futures End" limited series, including 'Batman', 'Superman' and 'Wonder Woman', written by Brian Azzarello, Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens, Jeff Lemire and illustrated by Ryan Sook.

"What you're going to see is the potential of where the futures can be going," said DC co-publisher Dan Didio.

"And the direct impact it has on stories set in the current timeline in the 'Dcu'...."

"...starting 35 years into the future of the 'DC Universe'...

"...before moving to five years in the future...

"...'Prime Earth' is feeling the after effects of a war across the 'multiverse'.

"As a new threat approaches the vulnerable Earth, 'Batman Beyond' travels back in time...

"...to help the heroes of Prime Earth fend off the impending apocalypse..."

Click the images to enlarge »

- Michael Stevens

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10 Cartoon Voices That Are Actually Impressions of Other Actors

24 July 2014 11:00 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

In music there are only 12 notes, so it's no wonder so many songs sound the same. But what about someone's voice? The way someone speaks is not bound by any kind of scale or music theory, rather it's the sum a person’s upbringing, their physicality, and their personality. So why do so many cartoon characters sound so eerily familiar? In this list we highlight 10 cartoon characters whose voices (and often their likenesses) are based on other actors. We also mention 5 other cartoon voices that are impressions in the bonus sections of related entries. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, these actors have been thoroughly praised by some of the best.

Homer Simpson (The Simpsons) - Walter Matthau

Over the past 3 decades The Simpsons has been on the air, America’s favorite family has gone through many changes. Aside from the quality of the animation, the most noticeable »

- Eli Reyes

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I'm Still Not Over... the happy ending of the 'Justice League Unlimited' cartoon

19 July 2014 7:20 AM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

July 23rd is Batman Day, and I can think of no better way to celebrate 75 years of Batman stories than by looking at Justice League Unlimited’s second season finale “Epilogue”—a Batman-centric episode that honors the character’s legacy, and one that I’m still not over.

Cartoon Network had yet to renew Justice League Unlimited for a third season when “Epilogue” was written, suggesting it was intended to bring the entire DC Animated Universe—which began in 1992 with the premiere of Batman: The Animated Series—to a close. The writers decided to end the Dcau where it all started. »

- Chancellor Agard

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Latest Episode Of DC All Access Focuses On Robin's Return And More DC Nation Shorts

15 July 2014 12:50 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

DC All Access! Now with 100% more archery! Yes, in today's all new episode of DC All Access, we go behind the scenes of the DC Nation Green Arrow animated shorts with director Jeff Mednikow. After that, we talk to Peter J. Tomasi about this week's eagerly awaited Robin Rises: Omega #1 one-shot, before getting an exclusive look at the upcoming chapter of the Batman Beyond digital first comic with writers Alec Siegel and Kyle Higgins. Finally, we wrap things up with Yuko Shimizu, the extraordinary cover artist for The Unwritten: Apocalypse, who gives us a look at her unique illustration process. I had the chance to read Robin Rises: Omega earlier this week and it's well worth picking up. There are a lot of surprising twists and turns, while that last page...well, it'll have you very excited about what's to come in the Bat-books this Fall. Which of the projects »

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Sunday Quiz: Do You Know Your 90s Cartoons?

13 July 2014 3:24 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Last week we took a trip back in time to the 1980s to test your knowledge of 80s cartoon villains, and we thought we’d jump forward a decade for this week’s quiz as we ask ‘Do You Know Your 90s Cartoons?’. Take the quiz below to see if you can name all fifteen 90s cartoons, and don’t forget to share your results and challenge your friends to best your score…

Question 1 Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Gargoyles Freakazoid!

Question 2 Courage the Cowardly Dog Rocko's Modern Life CatDog

Question 3 Pinky and the Brain Animaniacs Tiny Toon Adventures

Question 4 Freakazoid! The Tick Earthworm Jim

Question 5 Rocko's Modern Life Cow and Chicken Ed, Edd, 'n' Eddy

Question 6 DuckTales Tiny Toon Adventures Darkwing Duck

Question 7 Dexter Bobby's World Dexter's Laboratory

Question 8 2 Stupid Dogs CatDog Dog City

Question 9 Batman: The Animated Series Batman Beyond The Adventures of Batman & Robin

Question 10 Hey Arnold! Arthur »

- Gary Collinson

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Sdcc '14: Full Schedule For Friday Includes Game Of Thrones, The Walking Dead And More

11 July 2014 2:15 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Friday, July 25   Marvel: Spider-Verse It’s the most epic Spider-Man event of all time as every Spider-Man Ever come together to face a world-ending threat! Senior editor Nick Lowe, Dan Slott (Amazing Spider-Man) and Mark Waid (Daredevil) will be taking any and all questions from you, the fans! This is one panel no Spidey fan can miss! Friday July 25, 2014 10:00am – 11:00am Room 6De   The Black Panel This year’s panelists feature media movers and shakers from film, television, comics, and music: Orlando Jones (Sleepy Hollow, Mad TV), Ne-Yo (actor, artist, writer, singer, etc.), J. August Richards (Angel, Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Kevin Grevioux (I, Frankenstein; Underworld), Cree Summer (Batman Beyond, Rugrats, A Different World), and Erika Alexander (Living Single, Concrete Park). The Black Panel is produced by Tatiana El Khouri and hosted by its founder, Michael Davis. Friday July 25, 2014 10:00am – 11:30am Room 5Ab   Halo: The Master »

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#SDCC14: Day Two (July 25th) Horror Highlights Include The Walking Dead, Sleepy Hollow, Horns, Everly, The Originals, Wayward Pines, Bates Motel, Tusk, and More

11 July 2014 11:13 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We're back with the horror highlights of Day 2 of this year's Sdcc, and you better rest up! On tap are "The Walking Dead," "Bates Motel," "Sleepy Hollow," Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, Scream Factory, and More!

What you'll find below is just the tip of the iceberg (and it does include a few "fringe" panels that we thought might be interest). Be sure to visit the official San Diego Comic-Con 2014 website for the full lineup.

Day 2: Friday, July 25, 2014

10:00 Am - Publishers Weekly: Behind the Digital Line

As digital comics have become a driving force of the medium, more publishers and creators have launched digital first lines of comics. How do publishers and creators deal with the unique properties of the web and tablet? How do readers react? Are they an evolution from webcomics or their own medium? And how will technological evolution affect storytelling as more choices arise? Pw's »

- Debi Moore

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Mike Gold: 52 Original Future Crises Of Sin

9 July 2014 5:00 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Now that the Big Two are deep into their mandatory summer crossovers – as opposed to their mandatory winter crossovers, their mandatory spring crossovers, and their mandatory fall crossovers – I can’t tell the players without a scorecard.

At the core of both series is the same plot: all or most of the sundry parallel universes are going to collide into one, if, indeed, that many. This does not envelop either series in an aura of originality, particularly when Marv Wolfman and George Pérez did this 29 years ago. You may not think they did it better way back in the early days of the Gilded Age of Comics (and you’d be wrong about that), but at the very least you could understand that story. Original Sin and Future’s End… not so much.

At least Marvel’s Original Sin is built around a clever plot point: somebody offed The Watcher »

- Mike Gold

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Batman: 75th Anniversary: Poster Posse Edition: Phase One

7 July 2014 2:47 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

This year, Batman is celebrating his 75th anniversary. There have been many tributes so far this year to honor that, and the latest is from the very talented group of artists, Poster Posse. Their creativity and talent gets more recognition as they constantly keep bringing us quality pieces of art. With that said, here they showcase those talents and give us, Phase One of the Batman: 75th Anniversary - Poster Posse Tribute. Enjoy!! Artist:  Daniel Nash Artist: John Hughes Artist:  Laurie Greasly The Jokers Artist: Robert Bruno Artist: Andy Fairhurst The Joker Artist: Luke Butland Scarecrow Artist: Luke Butland Artist: Florey Artist: Ben Mcleod Artist: Adam Rabalais This is Bat Country Artist: Simon Caruso Artist: Berkay Daglar Artist: Arden Avett Batman Beyond Artist: Salvador Anguiano   Batman is a fictional character, a comic book superhero appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. Batman was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill FInger, »

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Looking back at Clone High

24 June 2014 10:32 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Mark looks back at Phil Lord and Chris Miller's ahead-of-its-time animated MTV series, Clone High...

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Previously, on a very special episode of Clone High...

“Way, way back in the 1980s, secret government employees dug up famous guys and ladies and made amusing genetic copies. Now the clones are sexy teens and they're gonna make it if they try.”

So goes the theme tune to Clone High, the MTV animated series that ran for one season from 2002 to 2003. As a concept for a TV series goes, there's a hell of a lot of mileage in doing a teen drama featuring the likes of Abraham Lincoln, Gandhi, Joan of Arc, John F Kennedy and Cleopatra in school together.

The series was animated in the style of Genndy Tartakovsky’s hand-drawn animated series, such as Dexter’s Laboratory and Samurai Jack, with stylised character design and slightly more limited movement, making »

- louisamellor

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Warner Bros. Already Planning Ben Affleck as 'The Batman' for 2019?

19 June 2014 6:41 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

With the rumored timeline of DC Comics releases from Warner Bros. surfacing recently, you might have noticed that the studio didn't have any additional plans for Batman beyond his appearance in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and the assembly of heroes in Justice League. However, it seems like their plan may be just beyond as far as that rumored timeline went. If a new rumor from Latino Review is true (and we probably won't know the real story for years, so take all of this with a grain of salt for the time being), then the studio apparently has their eye on releasing the first new standalone Batman movie starring Ben Affleck in 2019. That's what they're saying. Oh, and it will reportedly simply be titled The Batman. .twitter-tweet { margin: 12px auto !important; }Ben Affleck will be 47 in 2019, which means he still won't be old enough to be in The Expendables 6. So, »

- Alex Billington

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New Batman Animated Series Coming - Batman: Unlimited

19 June 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

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It looks like Batman will be getting a new animated series called Batman: Unlimited. The photo above was snapped at the Licensing Expo currently taking place in Las Vegas. Cartoon Network cancelled the CG animated series Beware the Batman, and it didn't take long to replace it with something new.  

The only information we have for Batman: Unlimited is this photo that gives us a look at the style and tone they are going for. I hope this a decent series. There hasn't been an animated Batman series that I've truly enjoyed since Batman: The Animated Series and Batman Beyond. It would be nice to see another badass Batman series.  »

- Joey Paur

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Looks Like a New Animated Batman Series is Coming

18 June 2014 7:22 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Cartoon Network hasn't exactly been knocking them out of the park in terms of their DC animated shows.  They cancelled the series that everyone loved and replaced them with shows people haven't been all that excited about.  Beware the Batman was the latest attempt at a solo Batman animated adventure, but despite some decent reception, has basically been abandoned.  Now, it looks like they're already planning/working on another Batman animated series with Batman Unlimited.

I'm kind of frustrated with Cartoon Network and their DC animated shows.  Green Lantern was one of my favorites and it was cancelled unduly in order to make room for Teen Titans Go and Beware the Batman.  While I enjoy Teen Titans Go, I feel ultimately jipped.  Then I watched older shows, like Batman Beyond and Batman: The Animated Series and all I can think of is, "Why can't we have this again?"  Seriously, those shows were great. »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Jordan Maison)

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10 Comic Book Characters That Were Created Outside of Comics

17 June 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

A ton of awesome comic book characters have been introduced to us over the years, but not all of these characters were created for the comics. There are a handful of them that were created for other media before they found their way into the comic universes of Marvel and DC. Here is a list of ten comic characters that you may or may not know originated outside of the comics.

Harley Quinn[Television] Batman: The Animated Series

That's right folks, everyone's favorite sadistic Joker sidekick wasn't introduced into Batman's Rogues Gallery until Batman: The Animated Series. She was an instant classic! The first comic she appeared in was The Batman Adventures #12 in September of 1993. Over the years she has had her own series and also teamed up with Poison Ivy and Catwoman several times to beat down on Batman. She is my favorite female villain of all time.

Agent »

- Joey Paur

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75 Years of Batman

30 May 2014 4:15 PM, PDT | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

"The "Bat-Man", a mysterious and adventurous figure, fighting for righteousness and apprehending the wrong doer, in his lone battle against the evil forces of society... His identity remains unknown."

Those exciting words started off a story in Detective Comics Issue number 27 in May of 1939, and the world was introduced to one of the most well-known and most recognized superheroes - The Bat-Man, as he was first called. National Comics (now DC Comics) was enjoying comic sales due to Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel's latest creation, Superman, and they were in the market for another caped crusader. Created by Bob Kane, he was little more than crude sketches until Bill Finger gave some suggestions that would make him iconic: The bat cowl, the color of the costume (Kane originally planned on having Batman wear a red union suit with black trunks and cape), and putting gloves on the hero.

The »

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Son of Batman Blu-ray Review

18 May 2014 2:34 PM, PDT | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

A reference to Batman lecturing Robin about using protection during sex and a tortured woman's heaving cleavage are some of the unfortunate standout moments in Son of Batman, the latest DC Entertainment direct-to-video animated feature film that delivers grin enabling action but drops the ball nearly everywhere else.

The idea that Batman has a son was first introduced in Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert's 2006 comic book storyline, Batman and Son. It has promise if properly handled, but is hard to take seriously when the roughly eight-year old Damian, son of Talia al Ghul, hides behind a curtain while his mom in full-on seduction mode reminds Batman that she drugged him with a roofie before the conception. In other words, Batman was date-raped by an assassin and his son was the result.

There's nothing wrong with adding a little edginess to the Dark Knight. But to do so at the »

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