Move over, Robin. We all know Nightwing is so much cooler, as evidenced by this cosplayer's very effective take on the comic book character.
We know, we know -- we post a lot of Batman-themed cosplay around here, but how could we resist this Caped Crusader and his cute little Boy Wonder?
Oliver Queen's secret identity as the 'Arrow' wasn't the only major reveal from the hit CW drama's most recent hour "Dead to Rights,' As Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) dropped a major DC reference in explaining a few of his origins. The reference brought to light a connection with a major DC character typically associated with the Batman universe, but could 'Arrow' be paving the way for a surprise appearance? Find out what major Batman villain could soon appear on 'Arrow' inside!
This is what happens when Batman cosplayers take their costumes to the next level -- dragging off real-life criminals to jail!
With a big-budget film like 'The Dark Knight Rises,' there were many drafts of the script, costumes, concept art and the like that did not make the final cut. For one, we all know that one of Bane's original design was more akin to the comic book villain than the one Tom Hardy portrayed on the screen. For another, the promotional artwork went through a number of changes as well. Just take a look at these gun and ammunition-themed posters that Warner Bros. almost used to promote Christopher Nolan's final Batman film.
Today's cosplay gets a little classic with this fan's Catwoman costume, based on the character from 'Batman: The Animated Series,' arguably the best Batman TV show ever.
'Justice League' has seen better days. The film was put on hold and then the script was tossed in the garbage heap, all while Marvel moves full steam ahead on Phase 2 of the cinematic universe including, but obviously not limited to, 'The Avengers 2.' And now if new rumors are to be believed, Warner Bros. has put 'Justice League' on the way back burner. How way back? How about 2021?
You may have heard the rumors that Warner Bros. wanted Ben Affleck to direct their 'Justice League' movie. Quickly, Affleck let everyone know he had no intention of directing 'Justice League' and took the meeting with Warner Bros. (who released 'Argo') just to be polite. But now comes another wrinkle to the story. Warner Bros. didn't just want Ben Affleck to direct 'Justice League,' they also wanted him to star. As Batman.