Nearly everyone has heard of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and Yosemite Sam, but few can name all the other characters in the Looney Tunes universe. Since its conception, Looney Tunes has become a worldwide franchise, generating television series, feature films, comic books, video games, amusement park rides, and, of course, graphic tees! Read More
If you're new to the world of Harry Potter, whether it's the movies or the books, you must know by now that you are in for the story of a lifetime. At Sons of Gotham, we are so much more than a Harry Potter t-shirt retailer. We’re also Potterheads. We realize it can feel a little intimidating when you first jump into the series so we've put together some insight into a few of our favorite characters to help give you a head start. Read More
Betty Boop is one of the most iconic cartoon characters of all time. Making her debut in the early 30s, Betty was described as "combin[ing] in appearance the childish with the sophisticated—a large round baby face with big eyes and a nose like a button, framed in a somewhat careful coiffure, with a very small body of which perhaps the leading characteristic is the most self-confident little bust imaginable." This gal would go on to become one of the most popular cartoon characters, and a caricature of a Jazz-age flapper at that. Read More
Ahhh, the 90s. Possibly the best decade there was. Wait… didn’t we say that about the 80s? Well, it’s tough to choose, so we’ll just say both decades were winners. The 90s were responsible for some pretty stellar television, though. That we know for sure. Here are a few of our favorite shows:
When Gal Gadot graced the big screen as Wonder Woman, we were definitely in awe of how well she played the character. She’s a one-of-a-kind superhero that we can’t get enough of, that’s for sure. She’s definitely worthy of a rundown, and we’re here to provide it for you. Read More
Superman is quite possibly the most popular superhero there is, and we get it. He’s of another world, has crazy powers, love and affection for humans, to boot. He might be uber-popular, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t worth a good ‘old synopsis write up.
Here’s the rundown on what makes Clark Kent the one and only Superman.
There’s nothing quite like waiting to see your favorite superheroes on the big screen. Wonder Woman surpassed all expectations, and the Batman Trilogy kept us going. Looking forward to the 2019 film lineup has us geeked, to say the least, as this could be one of the most epic years to the date when it comes to superhero movies. Enough of the small talk though. Let’s get to it.
One of the reasons we love superheroes so much is because they come packaged with incredible stories. Batman is no exception. It’s his story— the origins of the man in the making, the enemies he faces, his personal struggles— that keep us coming back for more. Read More
One of the most celebrated comic book heroes on the big screen is none other than Batman. Again and again, Bruce Wayne and his unending desire to clean up Gotham City sparked mass box office appeal, and different renditions of his story have been told throughout the decades. Staring as early as the 1940s, Batman made it to television. Here at Sons of Gotham, we can’t get enough of the bat, so we’re going to give you a rundown of all of the films that graced the big screen. Just a quick note, if you haven’t seen these movies and want to, proceed with caution because there might be spoilers! Read More