Posts Tagged ‘batman’
As promised, here is a list of Superhero Animation that you can watch on demand. Some notes/comments/caveats:
- Most recent update: April 30, 2013
- All are available via Netflix unless otherwise indicated.
- Titles listed may suddenly become unavailable… or even better, new titles may show up. Such as Batman Beyond and Justice League which are now on Netflix. The greatness of this fact cannot be overstated.
- This page may be updated when new shows are added. I’m also going to make a different page for live action superhero programming. Because I’m cool like that. And I have a Geek Gold Card.
- This may shock some of you, but I have something to say about every single one of these shows. Therefore I will write posts for each entry as time permits. Check back for updates.
Without further ado, here is the list. If you know of anything I missed, leave a comment or contact me directly. This is important stuff, folks. Read more »
I’m futzing around on Twitter and I see this from IGN’s Joey Esposito:
The rest of my night is Justice League cartoons.
— Joey Esposito (@joeyesposito) April 1, 2013
So I tweets to Joey, I says, what Justice League cartoons? You mean these Justice League cartoons? Probably my favorite superhero cartoon ever? And he’s like, yeah. Netflix streaming. Batman Beyond too. I’m all, whoah. And he’s like…
OK, I can’t keep that going any more. Bottom line — if you have Netflix, you can watch Justice League, Justice League Unlimited and Batman Beyond on demand. Why aren’t you doing that right now?
Here you go. The new Man of Steel trailer. Aka The New Superman Movie.
There’s a lot of parenty stuff I could say about it. I will one of these days. For now, some thoughts.
Topless Robot’s Chris Cummins asks some good general questions: “Do you want an angsty bearded Superman? At some point in the film will he throw on Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures and sulk? Will Lois Lane be moonlighting at Hot Topic in the movie?”
I had to look up the Joy Division reference. Here’s the album via YouTube. Read more »
I have a request. Please stop talking about taking kids to midnight movies in relation to the horrible Colorado shooting.
I’m saying please.
This isn’t directed at anyone in particular. And of course by writing this I am doing exactly what I’m asking others not to do.
My point is that while it does seem like a bad idea to take very young children to a midnight movie, especially one like The Dark Knight Rises, which in my opinion is not a kid-friendly superhero movie the way The Avengers is, that just isn’t a fair topic to bring up right now. People have been killed. Many more have been wounded. Take a breath and stop thinking about this awful occurrence as something that has anything to do with superhero movies.
I’m not even sure this is a good time to discuss guns. I’m serious. Is it really such a bad idea to let the victims have a couple of days of mourning before everyone uses this horrible event as a jumping off point to discuss, well, anything?
I’m not talking about censorship. I’m talking about restraint.
This week in Brett Singer Tweets, a Batman musical where they spell it B@man, a new release from The Geetar Monster (aka me), and we really want to see the Avengers movie. Really really really a lot. Excelsior! Read on. Read more »
We expressed our concerns about Kevin Costner playing Jonathan Kent in the new Superman movie. But we approve of the casting of Joseph Gordon-Levitt in The Dark Knight Rises, Christopher Nolan’s follow-up to The Dark Knight.
What role will he play? Read more »