Destroy All Monsters: The Joker Effect

In which I consider out-of-the-box supervillain casting. Read more

Oh so that’s how it went down.

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In which Batman trilogy is awesome

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This too is directing. From the set of THE DARK KNIGHT.

This too is directing. From the set of THE DARK KNIGHT.

Mamo #263: Up, Up, And Away

The Dark Knight rises again! Our last show on The Dark Knight Rises dealt necessarily with serious and troubling events offscreen. We return to the topic of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy to uphold and celebrate the vast achievements and influences of this genre-defining enterprise, and to look ahead – to Superman, Nightwing, and any other thing that might be waiting in the (bat)wings.

Flashback: Mamo's Dark Knight

Three years after our kickoff show, Mamo circled back around on Christopher Nolan’s Batman with the release of The Dark Knight. Take a trip down memory lane with Batmamo!

Re-view: The Dark Knight

The Dark Knight is not just the film that Batman Begins inspired in all of our minds with its critical final words (“escalation,” “taste of the theatrical,” “calling card”). It is significantly more: the most dextrous, complicated, and absorbing “comic book movie” ever made. It may never be possible for our pigeon-hole culture to truly abandon the notion that films can be so narrowly defined based on their source matter, but if they ever can, The Dark Knight will be the film that does it.

Take a tour back through my review of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight right here.

You asked, they answered: Hot Toys adds Commissioner Gordon to the Batman line.

You asked, they answered: Hot Toys adds Commissioner Gordon to the Batman line.