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Nightwing By Philip Tan

Character Art: Nightwing

As the week draws to a close, so too does the story of any character in movies, television, literature, and comic books. We at Noise Shark have decided to honor such an event by showcasing artwork made for or inspired by these characters. If I was going to rank my favorite DC characters, Dick [...]
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The Ending We Deserved: The Dark Knight Rises Review (Spoilers!)

In many ways I’m still trying to process how I feel about The Dark Knight Rises (TDKR, for the purposes of saving time). I’m not normally the type of person that gets sentimental or overly emotional about movies (unless anger counts – righteous, righteous anger!), but after leaving the theater, [...]
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Character Art: Batman

As the week draws to a close, so too does the story of any character in movies, television, literature, and comic books. We at Noise Shark have decided to honor such an event by showcasing artwork made for or inspired by these characters. Because I’m clearly bat-obsessed, here’s some artwork [...]
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Holy Versatility Batman!: Batman on Film

Here we go, people, the final stretch! Home plate is in sight…and I just realized I’m using baseball metaphors to describe writing about a comic book character. There you go. As the saying goes: All good things must come to an end. And in honor of the midnight release of The Dark Knight Rises, [...]
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Holy Versatility Batman!: Batman in Animation

All right, let’s talk cartoons! This is definitely the medium I’m most familiar with in terms of my superhero education. Though I could be wrong, I’m pretty sure a lot of us discovered or rediscovered Batman through the animated shows that brought The Dark Knight into our homes every Saturday [...]
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Holy Versatility Batman!: Batman on Television

There’s really only one thing we’re going to be talking about here and that’s:   Yes, old chums, this is the tv series that started the Batmania of the 1960s, forever endearing the character to young children everywhere while simultaneously branding The Caped Crusader as unadulterated camp. Though [...]
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Holy Versatility Batman!: Batman in Comics

In honor of the upcoming release of The Dark Knight Rises, the final movie in the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy, I’ve decided to dedicate this week to a series of articles honoring the versatility of everyone’s favorite billionaire crime fighter, Batman. Unless you’re more of a Marvel person, [...]
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Marvel’s Risk = DC’s Gain: The Rocky Road to a Justice League Movie

  On the eve of The Avengers American release (there will be a review up probably on Monday), I thought it might be worth examining what Marvel’s experiment means for future superhero movies. Released last Friday in the UK, The Avengers has already surpassed it’s $220 million budget, with [...]
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How I Spent My Emerald City Comicon

Alternative Title: How Much I Spent at Emerald City Comicon! Yes, convention season has begun! This year was, in fact, the tenth anniversary of Emerald City Comicon in Seattle, Washington and my fourth year attending. So what I thought I’d do is take you through my con experience this year as it [...]
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Batman Unmasked

I’ve kept quiet (mostly) about my feelings towards DC Comics’s current relaunch mainly because I feel it’s a bit unfair to judge the company when it’s really the product that should be the subject of my critical eye. That being said, DC hasn’t exactly endeared themselves to me what with the [...]
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