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DC Celebrating 25 Years of Harley Quinn

Harley Quinn has long been a big character for DC. This year DC is celebrating 25 years of the quirky character. Harley has gone through many different versions over the years between the many comic books, the video games and the live-action version in Suicide Squad. I’ve always loved the Harley...

SDCC 2015 Wrap Up Part Two

Continuing the exciting wrap up of the events from SDCC this year, here are even more announcements and new footage! Comic books are a hot commodity right now for TV and movies. Marvel didn’t have as much of a presence at SDCC this year, but DC stepped up. Not only did...

Get Ready for San Diego Comic Con 2015!

It’s that time of year again. San Diego Comic Con 2015 is here at last! Exclusives, panels, tons of exciting comic book and pop culture stuff will be happening at San Diego Comic Con 2015! I’m sure you’ll be keeping up with all the news just like me, but here’s a rundown...

Soon You Could be Navigating a Virtual Batcave

The Batcave, just like Batman himself, has become pretty iconic. Now the award-winning animated version from Batman: The Animated Series is coming to life! Warner Brothers, DC Entertainment and visual effects company OTOY have partnered to create a virtual Batcave. They’ve chosen the design from The Animated Series and that gets me...

The Year of Batman

Batman has been incredibly popular for a long time, but it seems like even more attention is being given to the Caped Crusader recently. It’s the 75th anniversary, Gotham has been picked up by Fox to air this fall and Zack Snyder finally gave us a glimpse at the Batman vs....

75 Years of Batman

Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are often considered to be the big three. They’re huge names in the superhero comic world and have been around for a long time. The Dark Knight himself is celebrating 75 years this year! Over the years Batman has had a lot of different stories and...

Flat Design Superheroes

Flat design is a reasonably new graphic design style to me, but I really like the look of it. With flat design is a more minimal style. The complex shadows and details are removed so it’s a simpler design and there are more stark lines in the illustration. Graphic designer Jeffrey Rau has...