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Batman: The Telltale Series

by Callum Tyndallon 30/12/2016
Telltale’s Batman is an awkward proposition for me, struggling on a core divide. You see, I absolutely adore the world of Batman but I really do not gel with the mechanics of Telltale’s games. Batman is hands down my favourite superhero, possibly my favourite fictional character full stop, and the chance to inhabit his world […]

Growing Pains; the Myriad Problems with Fox’s Gotham

by Andy Haighon 31/10/2014
The idea of a TV series set in Gotham City years before Batman appeared, explaining the origins of James Gordon, Harvey Bullock, The Penguin, Cat Woman and various other characters associated with DC’s Dark Knight, sounded like a great idea in theory. Unfortunately the execution has been distinctly lacking thus far.  Fox’s new TV series […]

T-Shirts, Sexism and Consumerism

by Laura Maieron 01/10/2014
So, I think we’ve all seen this, correct? And are we all appropriately outraged? Good. Now, I could go off on one about how this is totally typical of the oh-so-sexist comic book industry, and how it reduces the most powerful and iconic superheroine in history to a prize, and assumes that every geek girl’s goal […]

Gotham: The Show We Deserve

by Laura Maieron 25/09/2014
My opinion on DC’s film and TV ventures has been pretty thoroughly documented- from my love of the campy and fun Batman: The Brave and the Bold and Teen Titans Go! cartoons, to my bile-spewing hatred of Beware the Batman and every movie they’ve made since Superman II, to my uncomfortable ambivalence towards Smallville and Arrow. […]

Fox Debuts Character Posters for Gotham

by Becca Harperon 26/06/2014
Fox have released the character focused posters for their highly anticipated Batman prequel, Gotham. The show has shot to the top of peoples ones to watch list after it received rave reviews from after a US screening of the pilot. Set to explore the early days of Detective James Gordon and a young Bruce Wayne, […]

Gotham gets a trailer!

by Cristinaon 06/05/2014
You can’t see me, but I am doing a little happy dance, because it actually looks amazing! Maybe DC can’t really cut it on the big screen, but it looks like the small screen future is bright for them, at least given the popularity of the already established Arrow. Ben McKenzie, best known for The […]

Gotham TV Series – Logo & New Story Details Revealed

by Daniel Delargyon 14/03/2014
Thanks to the creation of the new website for Gotham, we finally have a logo to associate with the series, which is set to explore the city of the Dark Knight prior to his arrival. The only other piece of information we are provided with is a very long description of the show, name-dropping not […]

Geek Pride: Cosplay Charity Calendar

by LadyNoctison 07/12/2013
This September we embarked on a mission (set up by our wonderful editor KThulu) to bring you a truly unique cosplay calendar, created by and featuring the Geek Pride writers and contributors, alongside guest artists who donated their artwork to the calendar. Well thanks to you amazing lot, we managed to make this dream a […]

Superheroes are people too…

by Matt Gearyon 26/11/2013
The following post is brought to you in collaboration with First4Lawyers We all know that superheroes tend to get into a few scrapes in their day to day, crime fighting, business but what if they lived in a more realistic world where injuries took more than 5 seconds to heal and your PTSD wasn’t just […]

Grayson: Earth One, Batgirl: Spoiled and How Fan-Made Films Show The Way

by Callum Tyndallon 10/11/2013
“Grayson: Earth One season one is a non profit six episode season dedicated to exploring the origin story of the DC character known as Nightwing — but with a twist. The twist being that Richard Grayson has never had the good fortune of being adopted as a child by Bruce Wayne, thus never becoming the […]