Riddle Me This! ‘The Batman’ To Face Off Against The Riddler

Riddle Me This! ‘The Batman’ To Face Off Against The Riddler

Casting news for The Batman continues to roll in. Recently, it was announced that Zoe Kravitz will play Selina Kyle/Catwoman, almost at the same time as Jonah Hill declined the role of Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin. Following his departure, the announcement of another Batman villain coming to the film was just made.   Paul Dano, the acclaimed actor who just recently starred in the critically acclaimed miniseries Escape at Dannemora, has been cast as The Riddler, one of Batman’s most notorious villains who incorporates riddles and puzzles into his various crimes.   Image Via TV Tropes   This will be the second …

Top 5 Best Obscure ‘Batman’ Villains

Top 5 Best Obscure ‘Batman’ Villains

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Batman has the best rogues gallery in comics. I’m sure you could rattle off over ten Batman villains without breaking a sweat. From archenemies like the Joker and the Penguin, to more minor characters like Man-Bat and Clayface, Batman’s villains are each classic in their own right. But who are some of the best obscure characters of the Dark Knight’s menagerie of bad guys? Here, we list down some of the most memorable obscure baddies who battled the Caped Crusader…   5. Professor Pyg   One of the creepiest, most insane Batman baddies ever created, Professor Pyg was introduced in Grant …

Top 5 Best Obscure 'Batman' Villains

Top 5 Best Obscure 'Batman' Villains

Book Culture

Batman has the best rogues gallery in comics. I’m sure you could rattle off over ten Batman villains without breaking a sweat. From archenemies like the Joker and the Penguin, to more minor characters like Man-Bat and Clayface, Batman’s villains are each classic in their own right. But who are some of the best obscure characters of the Dark Knight’s menagerie of bad guys? Here, we list down some of the most memorable obscure baddies who battled the Caped Crusader…   5. Professor Pyg   One of the creepiest, most insane Batman baddies ever created, Professor Pyg was introduced in Grant …

I Tried the Penguin-Mini Books and I Have a Lot of Thoughts

I Tried the Penguin-Mini Books and I Have a Lot of Thoughts

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I never thought I’d be reading a book the size of the first iPod Touch until I came across the latest editions of John Green’s bestselling books. Marketed as Penguin Minis, these books have text that reads horizontally with onion-thin pages flipping upward. As a person who loves to lug books around, this would be a perfect option in theory. In execution, I was completely wrong.    I never thought I would hate a book format more than a poorly designed e-book, but Penguin Minis have come along to prove me very, very wrong. The point of these books is to …