It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world in Gotham City.
I had five seconds to make a choice, a life-or-death decision, one that would affect a friend and myself for eternity. The purple bar shortened, indicating the time left. I pressed the button quickly, damning that character to a tortuous… Continue Reading →
Ten minutes passed after the game concluded and I couldn’t stop thinking about my choices and their ramifications. I looked at the screen as it displayed my key decisions compared to the thousands of others who’ve already played through Episode… Continue Reading →
Batman has had quite a catalog in animation. Batman: The Animated Series gained high acclaim back in the ’90s. It accumulated eighty-five episodes, solidified Kevin Conroy’s career, while rejuvenating Mark Hamill’s and IGN named it the second greatest cartoon series… Continue Reading →
If Bruce Wayne had an illegitimate son who wanted nothing to do with his father and both of them decided to battle each other, that would make a good animated movie, right?
As if the DC Universe wasn’t convoluted enough, along comes a book to help clarify the situation.
What happens when DC Entertainment creates an adult-oriented alternate-reality timeline full of superhero violence and awesomeness?