Link Tank: Win Rare Batman Comics

In honor of The Batman being released in theaters, we have a special edition of Link Tank themed around the caped crusader, including an exciting giveaway of some of his best comics!

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Calling all Batman fans, enter for a chance to win an awesome selection of legendary comics featuring the Dark Knight!

This city needs a hero, or maybe just some vengeance, but your collection needs one of these fantastic Batman comics from DC. In honor of the caped crusader returning to the big screen for his first solo outing in nearly a decade, we’re giving away three amazing Batman comics to three lucky winners courtesy of eBay. These rare, graded comics could be yours by entering our giveaway exclusively on our Instagram! Follow the link below and the directions in the caption for your chance to win!

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We all know Michael Keaton is returning to his Batman role in The Flash later this year, but why did he leave the part in the mid-90s?

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“Before there was Robert Pattinson and Christian Bale, ’80s and ’90s kids grew up with another iconic silver screen Batman actor: Michael Keaton. Keaton appeared in Tim Burton’s Batman and Batman Returns before departing from the role in Joel Schumacher’s 1995 follow-up, Batman Forever.”

Read more at The Mary Sue

Did you know ninjas inspired Bruce Wayne’s Batman outfit? Learn about that and more fun facts about the hero of Gotham city.

“The Adam West Batman series, which ran from 1966 to 1968, was colorful, upbeat, and perhaps the corniest show on television. That didn’t sit too well with some longtime fans of the Caped Crusader who yearned for a return to the character’s moodier pulp roots.”

Read more at Mental Floss

Sorry, The Bad Batch fans, it looks like you might have to wait a bit longer for the second season of the Star Wars animated series.

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The Bad Batch is Star Wars television’s secret weapon. The spin-off of Star Wars: The Clone Wars fills in that mysterious post-prequels timeline window and answers some key questions surrounding the nefarious practice of cloning. But thanks to an overlapping release schedule, The Bad Batch was often overlooked by the Star Wars fandom. Season 2 was supposed to arrive this spring, but now that release date is in jeopardy. Could that actually be a good thing?”

Read more at Inverse

John Cho comments on the cancelation of the heavily-anticipated Netflix adaptation of Cowboy Bebop, and he wasn’t pleased about it.

“It’s been almost four months since Netflix released the live-action Cowboy Bebop show—which means it’s been almost three months since the streaming service abruptly canceled it, after just a single season on the air. Reactions to the show were decidedly mixed, but it was still somewhat surprising to see the streamer pull the plug so fast, especially given how much time and energy it had invested in the series.”

Read more at The A.V. Club

The game is still a way off, but here are all the Pokémon we know will make an appearance in Scarlet and Violet so far.

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“Later this year, Game Freak will release Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, the ninth generation of mainline Pokémon games, rounding out an absolutely killer 2022 lineup for the Nintendo Switch. In addition to a true open-world set in a Mediterranean-inspired region, they’re set to increase the total number of Pokémon from approximately 800,000 to a number so large even Texas Instruments couldn’t calculate it.”

Read more at Kotaku