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Batman is one of the most iconic comic book heroes in history and his battles with The Joker have been things of legend. Now, what if Batman and the Joker were an old lesbian couple instead of arch-nemeses? There would be a lot more dildos and batsuits with nipples, that's for d*mn sure. The Joker would trade in his purple suit for a purple suit made of flannel and the batcave would reek of fish even though their aren't any fish to be found in the batcave. Read on for more compelling logic after the jump.
There was a time, perhaps a greater time, in comic book history when the fate of the world rested on the shoulders of a prepackaged fruit pie or sponge cake - naturally, I'm talking about the Hostess snack cake ads that appeared in comics from the mid-70s into the early 80s. Heroes and even the occasional villain would use these tasty treats to quell an alien invasion or provide a distraction for a daring escape from the authorities. While it was a no-brainer that these companies used iconic and marketable characters like Batman and Spider-Man, what about the rest of those that occupy these universes... the crazier, creepier and just plain wrong characters? See our list of comic characters that should never appear in a Hostess ad after the jump!
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Recently resurrected from the grave in the comics, Bruce Wayne is also making his triumphant return to video games this October in Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham City, the sequel to 2009’s critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum. Based on trailers and information released so far, this title is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2011 and could be the game of the year. See our full preview along screengrabs and the trailer after the jump!
Everyone's heard of Batman, but have you heard of Grant Morrison? Because he's done what the Joker, Two-Face and all the others couldn't - he's the man who finally killed The Dark Knight. Morrison is the famed comic book writer behind Batman R.I.P., where Bruce Wyane is killed, and Batman and Robin, where the first Robin - Dick Grayson - has to take up the Bat-mantle. But, as with most comic characters, Bruce Wayne didn’t stay dead forever, and with the recent hardcover release of The Return of Bruce Wayne, Grant Morrison’s work is once again in the news. Here’s a look at some of both the professional and personal highlights of one of comic’s consistently creative, popular and controversial writers. Check out Grant's full profile after the jump!
With the upcoming film adaptations of Green Lantern, Thor and Captain America, the floodgates are opening for more movies based on comic books. However, before we go all willy-nilly buying up every comic property left and right, let us not forget that not all comics are as golden as Batman or Spider-Man. With that in mind, here are a few comic books producers should avoid to prevent a box-office disaster.
There have been some piss poor video game adaptations of comic books over the years. The stories were distilled into unrecognizable wads of special effects and mindless action scenes. The secret to success is in the sauce, and the sauce is the story. The following comics on the other hand are ripe for the adaptation.
Comic books have come a long way since their inception. But the following collection will make you wish you never even started reading them. It's when, for the best or worst of intentions, comic book writers committed themselves to a story so horrible, its effects would be felt for years to come.
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The latest remake of Wonder Woman is rumored to be hitting theaters in 2011. With no actresses confirmed to play the lead role we have put together a list of actresses who should be considered.