Watch Batman’s Baddies Parody “Straight Outta Compton”


So what happens when some of Batman’s baddies get together to give us their own version of N.W.A.’s “Straight Outta Compton”?

We are given this gem titled “Straight Outta Gotham.” The parody of features some of Batman’s biggest foes like Two-Face, Bane, The Riddler, The Joker, and Harley Quinn who doesn’t exactly rap but does hit the road alongside her Mr. J.

Check out the video below.

New Batman Costume Revealed


Today must be a good day to be involved in a superhero franchise because two big pieces of superhero news have been revealed. 

Earlier in the day, we found out that after months of speculation, Channing Tatum has been chosen to take on the role of Gambit in a future X-Men film. No specific film has been given yet, but it’s beginning to sound like his apperance will happen in the next film for the franchise, X-Men: Apocalypse.

But why let Marvel have all the fun today (this eveing also marks the season one finale of Agents of SH.I.E.L.D.) when you can reveal your own big news, right DC Comics? 

Man of Steel director, Zack Snyder took to Twitter earlier in the day to reveal the official costume for Ben Affleck’s Batman (Batfleck?). The costume will be put on display in the upcoming, Batman vs. Superman film, though we are not sure if they will leave the title the same when it comes out in May 2016. 

The dark image, shows the caped crusader in his outfit, but the ears of the mask are a little shorter than what we are used to seeing. Snyder continued his Batman Twitter Takeover by teasing the first image of his version of the Batmobile which should be revealed tomorrow, according to his trolling.


The only thing we really need now is Wonder Woman’s official costume…and some kind of sneak peek at the story line. We’re just saying.

Watch the First ‘Gotham’ Trailer


Before Penguin, before Catwoman, before Riddler, before Poison Ivy, before Batman, there was Gotham…

FOX has just released the first trailer to probably one of the most anticipated shows of the Fall season, the Batman prequel, Gotham.

Deciding to use the reboot of 24, 24: Live Another Day as the launching board, the network premiered the first trailer for the series though at the time, it still does not have a premiere date, though it does say “This Fall.”

The series is based on characters from the DC Comic universe including Ben McKenzie as the commissioner-to-be James Gordon as well as David Mazouz as a young Bruce Wayne, Robin Lord Taylor as the Penguin, Cory Michael Smith as the Riddler, and Camren Bicondova as Catwoman. 

The series will be full of origin stories especially for Gordon and several of villains that have become Batman’s biggest foes. Donal Logue are also set to star in the series Jada Pinkett Smith; Logue as Gordon’s partner, Detective Harvey Bullock and Smith as villain Fish Mooney.

Check out the two-minute trailer below and tell us how you feel about the prequel.

New Batman Revealed


Holy jam, everyone; we have a new Batman!

When it was announced that the sequel to Man of Steel would include Batman, talks had begun over who would be taking over the caped crusader’s role since Christian Bale had bowed out following last year’s The Dark Knight Rises.

For several weeks, many names had been tossed around, but tonight Warner Bros. finally revealed who would be suiting up in the famous black outfit, and it’s someone who has already played a superhero in the past.

Ben Affleck.

Yes, Daredevil will indeed be leaving the red super-suit for the famous dark, pointy-eared outfit in Superman & Batman which is scheduled for a 2015 release date through Warner Bros. When the big-budget studio revealed the news barely an hour ago, everyone could feel the internet shut down the second it was confirmed, many hoping it was nothing but a poorly, executed joke, but alas, it is official.

“We knew we needed an extraordinary actor to take on one of DC Comics’ most enduringly popular Super Heroes, and Ben Affleck certainly fits that bill, and then some,” WB president Greg Silverman said in a statement.

In the upcoming sequel, Affleck’s Batman will face-off against Henry Cavill’s Superman. Zach Snyder, who directed Man of Steel, is also slated to return to the director’s chair for the sequel and said the following about the casting decision to have Affleck take on the iconic character, who by the way, has been portrayed by eight different actors (just some food for thought).

“Ben provides an interesting counter-balance to Henry’s Superman. He has the acting chops to create a layered portrayal of a man who is older and wiser than Clark Kent and bears the scars of a seasoned crime fighter, but retain the charm that the world sees in billionaire Bruce Wayne,” Snyder said in a statement. “I can’t wait to work with him.”