Every parent has their own style of teaching their children life lessons, but the internet's favourite father is Batdad, an energetic (and maybe a tad juvenile) husband and father who becomes Batman when giving out fatherly advice. Batdad teaches his kids the importance of doing squats, when not to obey road laws, and how stinky feet are never fun, all while keeping the streets of Gotham safe. Recording his parenting escapades on Vine, Batdad has proof he is the world's greatest dad-detective.
Check out Batdad's super parenting in the video below.
Holy trailer leak Batman! The Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer has been leaked and it looks awesome!
Well okay except for the part where you see Ben Afleck. All of a sudden it becomes a reality that he is in fact the new batman. Guess I was in denial this whole time. In any case you can catch a glimpse of him wearing the most bad-ass version of the bat-suit ever created, and yet he still somehow manages to make it look crappy. Still this doesn't reduce my excitement for the movie. You know you can't wait to see these two juggernauts battle it out.
It used to be that comics were strictly reserved to the misfits and the nerds of society, but that is most certainly no longer the case. The folklore realm of superheroes is now a mainstay of our pop culture and pretty much saturates the mainstream of modern entertainment.
Batman, Superman, Spiderman, every one of The Avengers, all found their humble beginnings on the pages of comic books before growing into the big-screen behemoths we know and love today. Sure, comic books don't have quite the same impact IMAX 3d has on your eyeballs, but there is something to be said about the tangible quality and artistry only achieved though comics.
Free Comic Book Day is the perfect opportunity to get your not-so-secret-anymore nerd on and check out where it all began, or add to your already growing collection. Every year, comic book stores from all over celebrate the world of comics by giving away a whole range of titles, for zero dollars. That's definitely less than the price of a movie ticket, jussayin'.