Together, The Death of Superman and Reign of the Supermen on Sunday make for an exceptional viewing experience, especially on the big screen
In this instalment of Heroes and Villains we’ve got some seasonally appropriate creepy books, and a look at how I got sucked into the DC Universe streaming service!
We love our LEGO Video Games. Today, with SDCC going full throttle, we just got the latest news on the upcoming LEGO DC Super-Villains game
This week I swung by BMV and picked up two fresh trades from my two favourite super teams: Teen Titans and The X-Men!
Who would win in a battle between Jack the Ripper and Batman? Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola asked that question nearly 30 years ago in their comic book Batman: Gotham by Gaslight. Now, in 2018, the story has been brought to the animated DC Universe.
Earlier this week I had typed up a piece pre-viewing Justice League that chronicled my concerns heading in to the launch of the long awaited feature film that would unite … Continue reading Just Fine: A Justice League Review
It’s a big weekend for super hero fans, as one of the greatest teams in comic book history comes to life on the big screen. If there’s any justice, it will be a decent film. How will it perform? Here’s our prediction:
Sure, Jack Kirby’s a revered artist, and he created some of the best known comic characters around. Captain America and the Avengers and the Inhumans and the X-men, Galactus … Continue reading #Kirby 100: Jack and the Argo Nuts
DC finally got their movies right, as the first blockbuster film to star and be helmed by women did great business at the box office. Here’s what went down:
One of my favourite comic book series of the past five years has been the (mostly) Tom Taylor-penned Injustice: Gods Among Us. It originally began as a tie-in to the Warner … Continue reading Injustice 2 is what the DC Cinematic Universe should aspire to
DTA. Don’t trust anybody. That’s the lessons the Teen Titans learn in the new Warner Brothers Animation/DC Universe Original Movie, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, which hits Blu-ray/DVD this Tuesday.
Never the two shall meet. But it’s a little kid’s dream, isn’t it? Those after school or Saturday morning cartoons – the ones that we ALL loved so much, made … Continue reading Your Childhood Cartoons Meets Comics In “Green Lantern/Space Ghost Annual #1” & Others On The Wednesday Run