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First, let's define "memorable" - it's something that's worth remembering or easily remembered. So, for our list of most memorable movie dudes, we took both meanings into consideration - male characters that are both easily remembered (you don't need hints, clues, or the like) and WORTH remembering. That's the key word here - worth. There are thousands of great performances or great actors who can bring any character to life but these male CHARACTERS are the ones we know right off the bat and are okay in our book. Check it out in our slideshow then vote for the most memorable in our poll after the jump.
Wonderfully crafted and lovable villains like the Joker and Two-Face make superb adversaries in Batman's crusade against crime, but not all The Dark Knight's' villains - for many reasons - can aspire to reach these same heights - especially within Christopher Nolan's universe! There's been rampant speculation about which evildoer will make an appearance in "The Dark Knight Rises" (Riddler's out, Catwoman & Harley Quinn in?). Which foes fail to make the cut in Nolan's trilogy finale? Find out after the jump!
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If there's one thing that really pisses off comic book geeks it's when people who've never picked up a comic in their life predicate their knowledge on superheroes and villains solely on what they saw in the movies or television. Many times, people assume that storylines and characters have stayed the course since their inception. Check out our list of 10 superhero myths debunked after the jump!
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!
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You're in for a treat this summer: Star Trek is poised to be a popular success on the level of Iron Man. It's exciting, funny, and entertaining in ways that are accessible both to die-hard Trekkies and average movie lovers. Except for the parts where it sucks... (Spoiler Alert!)
Now that movie studios have seen success in The Dark Knight, 300, Sin City and most recently, Alan Moore's Watchmen, they will almost certainly be clamoring at the door for even more graphic novels to adapt into feature films. So here are the 5 graphic novelists you should know - before Hollywood destroys their work.
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