A symptom of rising crime and falling standards in a spiraling society. Or—sometimes—a symbol of nothing at all.
This is not a super hero movie. There is nobody in a spandex costume. Nobody has super powers. There are minimal special effects.
How can any of us be held responsible for being bad, or given credit for being good, if all we are is conscienceless computer programs easily corrupted by a traumatic childhood?
If Batman: The Animated Series was the perfection of a world already created, Batman Beyond represents a fascinating world waiting to be explored.
In Diablo III, Heaven and its angels reveal themselves to be far more complicated, and far from the conception of good one might think
DC writers hate him for being a one-note bit that persists over the years, surviving deaths and reboots with a mind and agenda of his own
So if “doing what works” is a working definition of fascism, and an affinity for “doing what works” makes Batman fascist, and Superman
fascist, what does that mean for us poor old everyday humans
There have been many iterations of Batman. The best comes from Batman: The Animated Series
A decade after its release, we’re still wrestling with The Dark Knight’s murky politics.
The complicated relationship between the Batman, the ‘woman, and the ‘girl.
Batman’s Stupidest Foe Isn’t Just Tragic–He’s Lethal
Where I don’t review Batman vs. Superman but critique the mindset of trolling fan boys.
Jaybird and I discuss the latest installment in Warner Brothers Studios’ acclaimed Batman video game series: Arkham Origins.