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Selina Kyle

Watching Christmas-Adjacent Movies

Die Hard, Lethal Weapon and Gremlins are three movies that immediately come to mind when I think of movies that take place during Christmastime, but are not Christmas movies. So, what are some Christmas-adjacent movies you could watch this December?

Solving a Murder Mystery in Batman: Gotham by Gaslight

Batman vs. Jack the Ripper. Bruce Wayne in the Victorian Era of Sherlock Holmes. A blimp coasting across the Gotham skyline. Steampunk style gadgets like a gas-powered grappling hook or Bat-motorcycle. Fans are in for a real treat when Batman:… Continue Reading →

Building a Blockbuster, Brick By Brick

Per Matt DC Comics, the home that Batman built, has had a rocky past with its Dark Knight Detective-themed movies that have been adapted throughout the years. While they have been generally successful at the box office, that’s not always… Continue Reading →

Fated for Failure

Spoiler Alert — Contains details related to the overall plot of Batman: The Telltale Series.

Mad City Takes Hold in Gotham

It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world in Gotham City.

Batman — Telltale Episode 2: Consequences and Characters

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 →

Batman — The Telltale Series: An Innovative Exploration of the Batman Mythos

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 →

Cosplay Deviants Interview: Envy Us

Per Matt Envy Us is not your typical cosplayer.

Redbox Rental: The Dark Knight Rises

This is the epic conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s vision of Batman. But, is it any good?

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