Category: Batman

Jimmy Kimmel Threatened To Call Batman On Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene After She Reported Him To Capitol Police For A Joke

April 8, 2022 / Posted by:

Amy Schumer may have been “triggered” by The Slap, but compared to Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, she’s damn near as hard as Martha Stewart. I’m not sure if MTG even watched the Oscars, given her aversion to pedophiles and glamour, but she was more perturbed by a joke about The Slap than Amy was about it overshadowing her accomplishments as host. According to Deadline, MTG filed a report with the Capitol Police after late-night host Jimmy Kimmel joked “where’s Will Smith when you need him,” in response to MTG calling the three Republican senators who voted to confirm JUSTICE (!!!) Ketanji Brown Jackson to the US Supreme Court, “pro-pedophile.” Well, MGT fucked around and found out what happens when you tussle with the Hollywood elite because Jimmy turned around and called Batman on her ass! The real one too. Not Robert Pattinson’s lonely bat boy, the one in DC! Comics. Not Washington, DC.

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Open Post: Hosted By Val Kilmer Confirming Batman Goes Downtown

June 17, 2021 / Posted by:

DC Comics started a fierce debate on the internet when it came out that they had stopped the team behind HBO Max’s Harley Quinn animated adult series from including a scene where Batman eats Catwoman’s cat. DC execs apparently didn’t allow the scene because “heroes don’t do that.” Those were their alleged words. And they were concerned that Batman being a coochie eater would affect toy sales (????). But Val Kilmer doesn’t agree about the “heroes don’t do that” bullshit. The star of 1995’s Batman Forever posted a tweet confirming that Batman 10/10 licks box.

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DC Doesn’t Want You To See Batman Going Down On Catwoman

June 15, 2021 / Posted by:

It seems the prudes out there managed to get another thing canceled: Batman eating a pussy’s pussy. In an interview with Variety, Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker, who are the co-creators and executive producers of HBO Max’s animated Harley Quinn series, said that a scene where Batman goes down on Catwoman ended up on the cutting room floor. Because DC wouldn’t allow it and their reasoning was that: “Heroes don’t do that.” When did DJ Khaled start working at DC Comics?

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Michael Keaton Will Reportedly Return As Batman, Eventually Replacing Ben Affleck

January 7, 2021 / Posted by:

How many Batmen are too many Batmen? Is it thee Batmen, four? Eight?! Safe to say, we’ve already crossed over the threshold of an ideal density of Batmen in America. The burden of Batmen is too damn high! As such, the revelation that Michael Keaton will be returning as Batman, eventually replacing Ben Affleck, the DCEU’s 2nd most reluctant Batperson after Robert Pattinson, should come as a relief. But while it’s not a net gain, Keaton returning brings the total number of Batmen currently in play to three, which I’m afraid is two too many by any metric.

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Here’s The First Look At Robert Pattinson’s Emo Batman 

August 23, 2020 / Posted by:

Yesterday, the first leg of DC FanDome (kinda like Comic-Con but only for DC comics) was presented virtually, and despite people not being able to dress up and nerd out in person, the event made plenty of DC nerds stir in the nether regions. This part of the event (part 2 follows on September 12) featured online panels, fan art, cosplay, and special events for kids. But the real attraction was a bunch of long-awaited DC-themed premiers and sneak peeks, including Robert Pattinson as Batman in Matt ReevesThe Batman (they certainly didn’t spend all of that delayed quarantine time working on that title).

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Ray Fisher Called Out Joss Whedon On Twitter For Being Gross And Unprofessional On The Set Of “Justice League”

July 1, 2020 / Posted by:

Joss Whedon’s affable feminist nerd persona went up in smoke the minute his ex-wife Kai Cole very publicly read him for filth, accusing him of emotional abuse, serial cheating, and of being a wolf in feminist clothing. Previously, his good-guy feminist credentials were called into question after Twitter called him to task for his treatment of Black Widow in Avengers: Age of Ultron, which he wrote and directed. Now, Ray Fisher who played Cyborg in Justice League has taken a page from Kai’s playbook and put Joss on blast claiming his treatment of the cast and crew on that film was “gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable.” Sadly, unlike Kai, Ray has yet to offer up any of the juicy details that make this kind of thing fun. He’s got us all sitting here with *eyeball emojis* waiting to hear what’s good!

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