Mad geniuses at Hot Toys couldn’t quite get away with selling a 1/6 Bat, so they went for 1/12. Comes with 6” Bruce and Selina so they can go on their first date on your shelf forever.

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Here’s to Batman, panic, and the 9-year anniversary of Mamo!

Here’s to Batman, panic, and the 9-year anniversary of Mamo!

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Batman is checking the frame, guys. Goodnight.

Batman is checking the frame, guys. Goodnight.

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Ah, being a boy.

Ah, being a boy.

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The year I wasn’t anything for Hallowe’en

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When you’re 14 years old, the game is pretty much up, Hallowe’en-wise; or so I discovered, on or around the 31st of October, 1990, when I was - in fact - fourteen. I think we can all agree that I hit puberty when I was 13, depending on what you consider to be the advent of boy-puberty (I have my theories), and sometime between dressing up as Batman in the fall of ‘89 - because 1989 was, in all regards, Batman - and finding the most kickass mask ever to dress up as the Phantom of the Opera in 1990, I went over the ledge, hormone-wise, and consequently trick-or-treated in ‘90 looking absolutely nothing like a kid and way too much like an adult in the opinions of pretty much every parent who opened every door on St. Leonard’s Avenue that night.

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The natural expectation was that it would be Marvel vs. DC for control of the comic book movie universe; but with DC shitting the bed so spectacularly in the matter of setting up any non-Bat franchises, it’s actually gonna be Marvel vs. Fox - fought entirely with Marvel characters. Suits me fine; competition makes for a healthy marketplace. Here’s hoping Marvel never folds the Fox properties back under their umbrella.

DC’s 4” line bringing in Batman Returns and (the real) General Zod.

The truth is, my phone rang, and the head of Warner Bros said ‘Come into my office, you are going to play Batman in a Batman film’ and I said ‘Yeah!’ I called my friends and they screamed and I screamed and we couldn’t believe it!

“I just thought the last one had been successful so I thought I was just going to be in a big successful franchise movie.

“In a weird way I was. Batman is still the biggest break I ever had and it completely changed my career, even if it was weak and I was weak in it. It was a difficult film to be good in. I don’t know what I could have done differently.”


What next, husband?

Well, next, eleven fractured days and long, dark nights.

What next, husband?

Well, next, eleven fractured days and long, dark nights.

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Destroy All Monsters: Hollywood And Ben Affleck Don't Owe You A Damn Thing

In which I am forced to remind “the internet” about things “the internet” never seems to understand on their own, vis a vis the “real world.” Read more