youngjusticer:

Are you wondering how Batman ended up in the MoS sequel? Don’t fret, for Zack Snyder has spoken! The director subtly mentioned the idea of the two facing off ‘gainst each other; he stated how much The Dark Knight Returns changed his perspective when he first read it. In other words, despite all the recent rewrites and the addition of Wonder Woman, it still sounds like a conflict between the World’s Finest superheroes will be at the core of the film.
DC Heroes, by Carlos Valenzuela.

youngjusticer:

Are you wondering how Batman ended up in the MoS sequel? Don’t fret, for Zack Snyder has spoken! The director subtly mentioned the idea of the two facing off ‘gainst each other; he stated how much The Dark Knight Returns changed his perspective when he first read it. In other words, despite all the recent rewrites and the addition of Wonder Woman, it still sounds like a conflict between the World’s Finest superheroes will be at the core of the film.

DC Heroes, by Carlos Valenzuela.

youngjusticer:

Previous efforts never made us feel like we were the Dark Knight, but the Arkham series rectified that. Arkham Knight will be the last game and will go out with a bang. From what we know, it’s lookin’ more nuclear explosion than grenade. As killer features go, the chance to drive the Batmobile is ‘bout as deadly as an asteroid coming towards Earth. It’s a cross between a dragster and a tank, bulletproof, and capable of smashing through shit. But what use is a car when there’s nowhere to go? Fortunately, Rocksteady is creating a Gotham City that will be about five times the size of Arkham City. The streets will be wider to make it fun to drive around, and extra effort is put into making Gotham feel more alive; you’ll be able to see into buildings through windows and hear noise from the street when indoors. Unless there’s a back-from-the-dead twist that we don’t know about, Joker won’t return, but it’s not like there’s a shortage of baddies to deal with. There’s the Arkham Knight, a new villain created specially for the game by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. All we know so far is that he looks like an anti-Batman, but given that they named the game after him, we’d expect him to be somethin’ pretty special.
Batman, by Daniel Murray.

youngjusticer:

Previous efforts never made us feel like we were the Dark Knight, but the Arkham series rectified that. Arkham Knight will be the last game and will go out with a bang. From what we know, it’s lookin’ more nuclear explosion than grenade. As killer features go, the chance to drive the Batmobile is ‘bout as deadly as an asteroid coming towards Earth. It’s a cross between a dragster and a tank, bulletproof, and capable of smashing through shit. But what use is a car when there’s nowhere to go? Fortunately, Rocksteady is creating a Gotham City that will be about five times the size of Arkham City. The streets will be wider to make it fun to drive around, and extra effort is put into making Gotham feel more alive; you’ll be able to see into buildings through windows and hear noise from the street when indoors. Unless there’s a back-from-the-dead twist that we don’t know about, Joker won’t return, but it’s not like there’s a shortage of baddies to deal with. There’s the Arkham Knight, a new villain created specially for the game by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. All we know so far is that he looks like an anti-Batman, but given that they named the game after him, we’d expect him to be somethin’ pretty special.

Batman, by Daniel Murray.

youngjusticer:

In Suicide Squad, Arrow featured one of the most notorious Batman villains: Harley Quinn. If this trend continues, is it possible that a future episode might just debut Joker? The next potential tie-in could come in the nineteenth episode, The Man Under the Hood. The story could refer to the original Red Hood lore, which is about Joker before he became the Clown Prince of Crime. Reportedly, the second season failed to attract as many fans as the inaugural season, which averaged 3.68 million viewers each episode. Featuring someone like Joker will help create tremendous buzz ahead of the season finale, City of Blood, which is due to air on the 30th this month. Meanwhile, Marc Guggenheim revealed that Roy Harper will become a superhero very soon; he will most likely go as Red Arrow since he apparently despises the name “Speedy,” which means Oliver Queen will finally be known as Green Arrow so that the two Arrows can be differentiated. Guggenheim also added, “We are inching Roy towards an Arsenal place. Eventually, when the time is right, the nickname that will stick will be Arsenal. But again, the time has to be right.”
Gotham City Mugshots: Joker, by Blake Henriksen.

youngjusticer:

In Suicide Squad, Arrow featured one of the most notorious Batman villains: Harley Quinn. If this trend continues, is it possible that a future episode might just debut Joker? The next potential tie-in could come in the nineteenth episode, The Man Under the Hood. The story could refer to the original Red Hood lore, which is about Joker before he became the Clown Prince of Crime. Reportedly, the second season failed to attract as many fans as the inaugural season, which averaged 3.68 million viewers each episode. Featuring someone like Joker will help create tremendous buzz ahead of the season finale, City of Blood, which is due to air on the 30th this month. Meanwhile, Marc Guggenheim revealed that Roy Harper will become a superhero very soon; he will most likely go as Red Arrow since he apparently despises the name “Speedy,” which means Oliver Queen will finally be known as Green Arrow so that the two Arrows can be differentiated. Guggenheim also added, “We are inching Roy towards an Arsenal place. Eventually, when the time is right, the nickname that will stick will be Arsenal. But again, the time has to be right.”

Gotham City Mugshots: Joker, by Blake Henriksen.

youngjusticer:

Who would win in a box office fight between Captain America and the World’s Finest? The sequels to The Winter Soldier and Man of Steel are projected to go head-to-head in theaters on May 6, 2016. It’s a strange gamble. Although the latest Marvel film was highly successful, not many third episodes can top their predecessors. Meanwhile, I think everyone would love to see the Trinity for the very first time, so MoS2 definitely wins it for me, but I’ll be watchin’ both.
Viking, by Anna.

youngjusticer:

Who would win in a box office fight between Captain America and the World’s Finest? The sequels to The Winter Soldier and Man of Steel are projected to go head-to-head in theaters on May 6, 2016. It’s a strange gamble. Although the latest Marvel film was highly successful, not many third episodes can top their predecessors. Meanwhile, I think everyone would love to see the Trinity for the very first time, so MoS2 definitely wins it for me, but I’ll be watchin’ both.

Viking, by Anna.

youngjusticer:

In two years, there will be a non-physical showdown between Captain America and Superman. The Winter Soldier soared to a domestic box office record of $96 million this weekend, making it the best April debut. The latest in an unbroken chain of successes, the sequel generated more than $207 million in its first week overseas. The follow-up to Man of Steel, which grossed more than $668 million, will pair Henry Cavill with Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot, is also set to open on a weekend that stands to represent the biggest superhero invasion of the multiplex on record and a straight-ahead contest between Marvel and DC.
Batman, by Kevin Tolibao.
It’s tough, but… If you were given a choice between seeing only one of the movies, which one will you be watching?

youngjusticer:

In two years, there will be a non-physical showdown between Captain America and Superman. The Winter Soldier soared to a domestic box office record of $96 million this weekend, making it the best April debut. The latest in an unbroken chain of successes, the sequel generated more than $207 million in its first week overseas. The follow-up to Man of Steel, which grossed more than $668 million, will pair Henry Cavill with Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot, is also set to open on a weekend that stands to represent the biggest superhero invasion of the multiplex on record and a straight-ahead contest between Marvel and DC.

Batman, by Kevin Tolibao.

It’s tough, but… If you were given a choice between seeing only one of the movies, which one will you be watching?

youngjusticer:

Having a boss like Joker can be stressful; smoke break is required.
Harley and her Pups, by Banski.

youngjusticer:

Having a boss like Joker can be stressful; smoke break is required.

Harley and her Pups, by Banski.

alantyson:

Actually really good career advice from a laughing homicidal madman.

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youngjusticer:

Jesus Christ…
IVY, by Joatmon.

youngjusticer:

Jesus Christ…

IVY, by Joatmon.

youngjusticer:

With production on the Man of Steel sequel set to kick off sometime this month, we’re starting to get more hints on everything from what the new Batsuit might look like to Ben Affleck’s intense preparations for the role. The forty-one-year-old has been training for months with nutritionist Rehan Jalali. “Avoiding junk food, anything with lots of dairy or oil, and focusing on clean chicken breast, vegetables, egg whites, brown rice, and baked potatoes” is key.
BATMAN, by Ilker Esen.

youngjusticer:

With production on the Man of Steel sequel set to kick off sometime this month, we’re starting to get more hints on everything from what the new Batsuit might look like to Ben Affleck’s intense preparations for the role. The forty-one-year-old has been training for months with nutritionist Rehan Jalali. “Avoiding junk food, anything with lots of dairy or oil, and focusing on clean chicken breast, vegetables, egg whites, brown rice, and baked potatoes” is key.

BATMAN, by Ilker Esen.

youngjusticer:

The early stages of Batsyndrome.
Primitive Batman, by Abel Vera.

youngjusticer:

The early stages of Batsyndrome.

Primitive Batman, by Abel Vera.

youngjusticer:

Mr. Lonely.
Eating a Taco, by Nagy Norbert.

youngjusticer:

Mr. Lonely.

Eating a Taco, by Nagy Norbert.

youngjusticer:

"Wanna know how I got these scars? My father was… A drinker. And a fiend. And one night, he goes off crazier than usual. Mommy gets the kitchen knife to defend herself. He doesn’t like that. Not. One. Bit. So, me watching, he takes the knife to her. Laughing while he does it. He turns to me, and he says… ‘Why so serious?’ Comes at me with the knife… ‘Why so serious!?’ Sticks the blade in my mouth… ‘Let’s put a SMILE on that face.’ And… Why so serious?”
Joker, by Aleks.

youngjusticer:

"Wanna know how I got these scars? My father was… A drinker. And a fiend. And one night, he goes off crazier than usual. Mommy gets the kitchen knife to defend herself. He doesn’t like that. Not. One. Bit. So, me watching, he takes the knife to her. Laughing while he does it. He turns to me, and he says… ‘Why so serious?’ Comes at me with the knife… ‘Why so serious!?’ Sticks the blade in my mouth… ‘Let’s put a SMILE on that face.’ And… Why so serious?”

Joker, by Aleks.

youngjusticer:

Costumed vigilante.
Batwoman, by Irvin Tustin.

youngjusticer:

Costumed vigilante.

Batwoman, by Irvin Tustin.

youngjusticer:

"To conquer fear, you must become fear.”
Batman, by Alex Boca.

youngjusticer:

"To conquer fear, you must become fear.”

Batman, by Alex Boca.

youngjusticer:

Pamela Lillian Isley.
Poison Ivy, by James Ghio.

youngjusticer:

Pamela Lillian Isley.

Poison Ivy, by James Ghio.