WASHINGTON — You’ve heard Amy Winehouse tracks on the radio. You’ve seen drug cartels on TV shows like “Breaking Bad.” And you’ve read newspaper reports of Batkid out in San Francisco. Now, it’s time to explore all three subjects through…
Batman is celebrating his 75th birthday this year, which means the Joker is celebrating 74 years of torturing the caped crusader.
Thrill-seekers will get the chance to know what it feels like to fly like Batman, thanks to a new roller coaster at a Six Flags in Texas.
There\’s a new Vine sensation, and his name is BatDad. A father,
wearing the mask of the caped crusader, is cracking up viewers as he taunts his
family through their day-to-day activities.
Ben Affleck might be an award-winning director, but can he pull off playing the Caped Crusader?
A man has built a real-life Bat Cave, and his wife approves.
The man dubbed the \”Route 29 Batman\” won\’t be
entertaining as many hospitalized children now
that some hospitals have asked him to stay away.
Warner Brothers is taking steps to ensure that art
doesn\’t imitate life.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley says \”Dark Knight\”
fans will not be disappointed, and political pundits will debate it for years.
Forget \”The Avengers\” — Batman is back.
Five stories to keep you informed and get you going.
He\’s a Baltimore County businessman who visits sick children in the hospital.
Looks like the 99 percent will be taking on a new foe in 2012: Batman.