Thursday, April 29, 2010

Batman Snowflake 2

Batman Snowflake 2
Originally uploaded by DJ Bizze
I found this talented artwork on I think this is amazing! Who would ever thought to do this with paper cut outs of snowflakes? Kudos!

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Three Great Pictures

I found these pictures on Deviant Art by an artist who calls himself Antman. I really like his style!

The Joker, Batman, and Two Face
Dark Knight
                                                                           Two Face
You can view this artist work here:

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Batman 1989 - The First Is Always The Best!

The Dark Knight of Gotham City begins his war on crime with his first major enemy being the clownishly homicidal Joker.
I often have wondered that if this movie wasn't such a big success in the first place, would we still be churning out more Batman movies?   You must admit, like all series of movies, the first is the best!  And I think that the same could be said about the 1989 flick Batman.  Not to mention that it won an Oscar, 7 wins and 17 nominations.

Also, this movie has my two most favorite characters played by my two most favorite actors!  Although I must admit that I'm partial to Michael Keaton due to the fact he was born in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, the hometown of my mother and I was born.

And Jack Nicholson has been my favorite actor long before Batman ever came out! Jack did a wonderful job using his seasoned talent to portray the most evil, deranged, and flat out psychotic killer of all comic book villains, The Joker, the complete opposite of Batman.

If these two weren't in the first Batman movie, who is to say that there would be all these other Batman movies to follow.


Monday, April 12, 2010


NICOLAS CAGE channelled TV BATMAN ADAM WEST for his KISS-ASS character, BIG DADDY, because the costume he had to wear was just like a vintage Batsuit.

Nicholas Cage is quaoted as follows, "Big Daddy is my ode to Adam West
who, for me, is the only Batman.

"I grew up watching Adam West and he still has yet to be topped, in my opinion. He had this odd rhythm to his delivery, and I just wanted to tip my hat to him a little bit - to actors like him and William Shatner - who I think really started a whole cultural movement.

"The costume looked like the old Batman outfit and I thought, 'Well, why don't we just go the whole way and my character, Damon, channelling Adam West because that's his Jungian muse - to help him accomplish the things that he accomplishes."

The source:

Another Batman Tattoo

Originally uploaded by maxpatzner
Here is yet another Batman Tattoo that I came across. I find it interesting because of how well it is centered perfectly on the chest.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Batman for Duncan

Here is a get well gift that was made by a lady named Carleen. Her little 6 year old nieghbor had to have surgery so she made this 8 x 5 stained glass plaque to help speed up his recovery. I think it is wonderful to know that people like Carleen exist in this world!
Be sure to check out her Flickr profile and see the other wonderful pieces that she makes!

superman vs. Goku, Kalashi vs. batman

I came upon this on Flickr. I think that it was the vivid colors that caught my eye in the first place, but when I read the caption under this picture, " the only manga vs. comic matches that makes sense", I thought to myself, "Ya, they are right!" So that alone is a good enough reason to post this on my blog! Be sure to let any comments on what you think about this.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Catwoman - recreated Adam Hughes Catwoman Cover

Catwoman 267cs 1
Originally uploaded by virtual.girl6654

This is what the photographer had to say about her work.
"This is the main reason I set up a Catwoman shoot, so that we could recreate this famous Adam Hughes Catwoman cover! I am SOOOOO happy with how it turned out!"

I think she did a wonderful job on recreating this!

Meow - Another Great Looking Catwoman

Originally uploaded by `Vorfas
Not matter how often I look over all the female villains, Catwoman seems to be the best! Here is yet another Catwoman costume that I thought was worthy of adding to my blog.

She looks like she is saying to Batman, "Don't misunderstand me, I'm just looking for the peerrrfect man! MEOW"

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Cartoon Art Museum - Batman: Yesterday and Tomorrow

This would be great to go see! Cartoon Art Museum, located 655 Mission St, San Francisco, CA, 94105, has an exhibition going on right now!  And it will be running until June 6, 2010. You can contact them by calling: 415-CAR-TOON for more information.

Cartoon Art Museum exhibition: January 30 – June 6, 2010

For over 70 years, audiences have thrilled to the adventures of Batman, one of the most popular and enduring fictional characters of the modern age. From his first appearance in Detective Comics in 1939 to the blockbuster Dark Knight film of 2008, Gotham City’s Caped Crusader has taken on many forms, from cartoonish and campy to dark and disturbed, from daring detective to grim force of vengeance.

The Cartoon Art Museum’s new exhibition, Batman: Yesterday and Tomorrow, showcases six strikingly different interpretations of the Dark Knight, representing some of the boldest visionaries to illustrate the DC Comics icon. Featured artists include Bob Kane and Bill Finger, who created Batman in 1939; Neal Adams, whose detailed artistry redefined comics in the 1970s; Frank Miller, whose graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns pioneered the modern, mature concept of Batman; Pepe Moreno, whose Batman: Digital Justice was the first graphic novel with entirely computer-generated art; and acclaimed artist Paul Pope, whose Batman: Year 100 pays homage to the original Batman comics and looks ahead to Gotham City of the year 2039.

In 1960s Japan, the popularity of the Batman TV show starring Adam West and Burt Ward sparked demand for new Batman comics. The weekly magazine Shonen King secured the rights to publish original Batman manga, which artist Jiro Kuwata wrote and illustrated from 1966 to 1967. These comics were virtually unknown in the United States until author and designer Chip Kidd’s award-winning 2008 book Bat-Manga! The Secret History of Batman in Japan. A selection of Kuwata’s art from Kidd’s personal collection will be featured in Batman: Yesterday and Tomorrow, marking the Cartoon Art Museum’s first extensive exhibition of original manga artwork.

Lego Batman at FAO Schwartz

Lego Batman at FAO Schwartz
Originally uploaded by levyb
Now this is a piece of work! One has to wonder how long did this take to make? And how big is the instruction manual? I have to give this person a lot of credit to pull this one off! If I was trying to build this Lego, I'm sure one of my kids would have knocked it down more then once!

Batgirl Shoes

Here is a pair of shoes that I think even Batgirl wouldn't be able to resist!  I'm sure that they would be a dress up or a dress down that any Batgirl fan would want to use to accessorize her wardrobe. The cutest part is the finishing touch of the lace. It gives it just a little bit of girly to it.
My source for this:

Wednesday, April 7, 2010


Originally uploaded by Helena is Red
I came across this wonderful looking Poison Ivy photo on I like how she has her hair done up and the way she is holding her potion. I think that this Poison Ivy could sure make Batman or Robin very hot and itchy akk over!

We cannot be together, because I'm Batman...

Something about this picture I liked, so here it is, on my blog.

Chill of the Night 1/3

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The Joker - He's Back

So much awesome.
Originally uploaded by Zawezome
The Joker, he's back! Back of a pickup truck, that is! I've seen many autos done up like Batmobiles, but this awesome truck is the best Joker theme I've seen in a long time! How would you like to pull up behind this at a stop light?

Oh Dear! What Would Batman Do?

Originally uploaded by milo_maxwell
I came across this photo on This little face says it all! I see another Batman fan in the making! That is what I like about Batman, he is for all age groups no matter how little or small.

The Inventor of the Ascender May Be A Real Life Bruce Wayne
The Inventor of the Ascender May Be A Real Life Bruce Wayne

Posted by NOVAscienceNOW_Motherboard on Tuesday, Mar 30, 2010

Send to a friend Save this post NextPrev12Nate Ball, mechanical engineer, MIT grad, and co-founder of Atlas Devices, just might be the masked crusader. As a student at MIT, Nate entered a design competition for products that would help soldiers survive in the battlefield. His team’s idea was to create a Batman-like device called the Ascender that would enable soldiers to scale ropes at high speeds simply by pushing a trigger.

Batman - City of Scars

Here is a FIRST LOOK at Bat in the Sun's newest 34 minute film, CITY OF SCARS. COMING JUNE 2010

Monday, April 5, 2010

Even Batman has an ipad

Sure, he seems a bit confused about how to fit it into his utility belt, but it looks like even Batman has an iPad. I found this here at: Be sure to check it out!

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Bruce Wayne Ninja!

bruce wayne ninja!
Originally uploaded by BAM POP!
When Bruce Wayne isn't out there being Batman, he's out practicing his Ninja moves! What a man that Bruce Wayne! I just had to add this to my blog. I suppose that there are so many ways you can go with Batman. It all depends on what your imagination wants.

I Think Batman Uses An iphone

During the day what do you think Batman uses?  I made this picture just for the fun of it.

Batman vs Dracula

Here's something I came across which I liked.  This may be one of Batman's hardest challenges yet.  It takes a lot to keep the streets of Gotham City safe! Looks like a really cool Batman cartoon movie if you ask me!

Batman Rock 'Em Sock ' Em - :: Games Dew :: | Play Free Online Games | Free Flash Games | Free 3D Games |

Batman Rock 'Em Sock ' Em - :: Games Dew :: Play Free Online Games Free Flash Games Free 3D Games

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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Mega64: Batman Arkham Asylum

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The Dark Knight visiting Joker

I liked this drawing done by Luis Peso. I think that the way Luis used the green lighting in the background to bring out Batman's silhouette is spectacular! He's got my vote on this picture!