Top 10 Dick Grayson Costumes

Created by Bob Kane, Bill Finger, and Jerry Robinson, Dick Grayson aka Robin would become the Watson to Batman’s Sherlock. The dynamic duo has become synonymous with Gotham City, even as Grayson would hang up his Robin gear to become Nightwing, but he would return on two occasions to become Batman. Throughout the years in…

Movie Review- Teen Titans: The Judas Contract

The Judas Contract is a legendary Teen Titans story. Director Sam Liu brings it to life for WB Animation as Teen Titans: The Judas Contract which combines the story with New 52 aspects to make it more modern. Nightwing (Sean Maher)  and Starfire (Kari Wahlgren) continue to train the next generation of Teen Titans. This…

19 Superheroes Who Deserve Their Own Movies

We’ve seen some incredible superhero films. The Amazing Spider-Man, The Dark Knight Rises, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles just to name a few. There a few upcoming superhero films coming as well like Justice League, Dr. Strange, Wonder Woman, Black Panther, and many others. What about other great superheroes? There so…

Movie Review- Batman Bad Blood

Batwoman saw it happen. She did. Batman died in a battle with members of the League of Assassins. Gotham City will soon plunge into chaos, so Dick Grayson reluctantly outs on the cape and cowl to become Batman. As he, Damian Wayne aka Robin and new allies work together, they soon find that their enemy may…

Robin: Best to Worst

If you’ve heard of Batman, you’ve heard of Robin. He’s the Watson to Sherlock, and so much more. A lot of people do not realize that there have been more than one. Yes, indeed. Officially, there have been four according to the New 52, but pre-New 52, there were five. I’m going to rank these…

Movie Review- Son of Batman

Son Of Batman is made by Warner Bros. Animation and is directed by Ethan Spaulding. It is the third entry into the DC Animated Movie Universe. It is said to be “inspired” by a DC Comics story by Grant Morrison, though we find the story very different from the one depicted in the New 52.…

TV Series Review- Young Justice

After the hilarious, but often too funny for its own good sidekick stories from Teen Titans, DCNation on Cartoon Network brought Young Justice. It had an all-star cast and superhero line-up. Season 1 told the story of how Robin (Batman’s sidekick), Kid Flash (Flash’s sidekick), and Aqualad (Aquaman’s sidekick, but a totally new awesome take…