Daniel Buccafusca, East Stroudsburg University
The beloved DC Comics hero is not as popular as he was before he got put on the big screen.
The newest version of the complex superhero may be the best one yet.
Lauren Sung, University of Georgia
Batman’s most iconic sidekick recently came out as bisexual in an issue of ‘Batman Urban Legends.’ It’s a big step for representation, but queerness has a long history in DC comics.
Constantly overshadowed by the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the DCEU is in a tough spot. Here is a potential reimagining of what can come next.
Justin Spencer, University of Texas at San Antonio
While numerous issues caused the 2017 superhero movie to flop, Zack Snyder’s upcoming lengthier version might save the film.
Alex Luna, University of California, Berkeley
Getting into a new superhero may seem daunting, but these Spider-Man, Superman, Batman and crossover series can help you do just that.
While Marvel has recently dominated the film industry, Warner Bros. can take these steps to up its game and face its rivals head-on.
Emily Jewett, University of San Diego
Even though the actor is best known for his role in ‘Twilight,’ he might be the perfect fit for the caped crusader.
Chris Dang, University of California, Riverside
Inspired by the ‘Flashpoint’ comic series, the film could feature alternative versions of heroes like Superman, Batman and even the Flash.
Rocksteady’s critically-acclaimed franchise supposedly ended in 2015, but all indications point to another installment on the horizon.
Robert Pattinson (Battinson?) takes over for Batfleck, leading a new trilogy of movies about everyone’s favorite Caped Crusader.
Rose Younglove, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
The Batman universe courts controversy with its fandom by turning the original Robin/Nightwing into an edgy bad boy with amnesia.
Ashley Peterson, Geneva College
DC Comics’ offer to the world of streaming sounds great in theory, but does not live up to the hype.
Cassie Rowett, Southern New Hampshire University
From the simple villainy of the original Joker to the cerebral sadism of Heath Ledger, the villain has always been a reflection of his audience.
Carrie Christensen, Pensacola Christian College
Will Gotham ever be the same?
Carly Ristaino, Union College
Ten years after Heath Ledger’s legendary performance as the Joker, Warner Brothers is (once again) trying to recast him.
Benny Diaz III, Southern New Hampshire University
With actor Affleck’s turn as the Caped Crusader rumored to be ending, here’s a breakdown of the top three contenders for his replacement: Jake Gyllenhaal, Matthew Goode and Michael Fassbender.
A malevolent clown, a depraved bastard and a troubled boy: Are one of these actors sinister enough to channel the Clown Prince of Crime?
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