Warner Bros. and Spotify Announce Partnership to Create DC Original Podcasts

BURBANK, Calif. and NEW YORK (June 18, 2020) — In a collaborative and innovative effort to further increase premium content offerings for consumers, Spotify, Warner Bros. and DC (the home of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, The Joker and many more iconic DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains) today announced a new multi-year deal to…Continue Reading “Warner Bros. and Spotify Announce Partnership to Create DC Original Podcasts”

Review: Batman: The Adventures Continue – Mentors

In the first story arc, we returned to the world of Batman: The Animated Series. Batman had to take on Lex Luthor and free Superman from a Robot prison. You can check out our review here. For the next story, Batman and the family have to take on Clayface, Firefly and encounter Deathstroke. We follow…Continue Reading “Review: Batman: The Adventures Continue – Mentors”

Yes, Batman Kills Sometimes – But Should He?

So, recently my good friend Paul wrote a feature on why it’s okay for Batman to kill. It’s a great piece and shows both sides of the argument. However, I think we can go just a little bit deeper. Yes, Batman has killed villains and will, without a doubt, do it again soon, but should…Continue Reading “Yes, Batman Kills Sometimes – But Should He?”

Yes, Batman Kills Sometimes – And That’s OK

It’s one of the most hotly debated issues in comic book history. It has broken the Internet, fractured friendships, and affected how people view fictional characters. I am, of course, talking about the discussions regarding Batman‘s “no-kill rule.” On the one hand, we have people who believe Batman shouldn’t kill in any situation, period. On…Continue Reading “Yes, Batman Kills Sometimes – And That’s OK”

Batman: The Adventures Continue #1 – Review

The DCAU lives on! We return to the world of Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures in a new comic series – Batman: The Adventures Continue. With writers, Paul Dini and Alan Burnett returning, does the series add any value to the legacy of Batman: The Animated Series? Let’s find out! The…Continue Reading “Batman: The Adventures Continue #1 – Review”

Feature: Why I Love Dick Grayson

Robin was born with a very general purpose. He was there to give children a character to relate to in Batman’s world. Nine-year-old Michael couldn’t connect to the struggles of having a billionaire playboy lifestyle (neither can 22-year old Michael, but I digress.) Robin was simply there to represent the children who were reading the…Continue Reading “Feature: Why I Love Dick Grayson”

Review: WONDER TWINS No. 1 – Wonder Twin Powers: Activate?

The Wonder Twins have been apart of the DC Universe for decades. Their most notable run was during the Super Friends in the 1970s. Now, they’ve made their return to the world of comics with their own series. Wonder Twins No. 1 is a crazy, weird, and fun time! Jayna and Zan are from the…Continue Reading “Review: WONDER TWINS No. 1 – Wonder Twin Powers: Activate?”

Comic Review: YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS – Torch Songs

Set shortly after the season 2 finale, Torch Songs showcases a battle between Psimon, Miss Martian, Superboy, Beast Boy, and Batgirl. Can they win a fight against the telepath? Or will they be stuck inside of Miss Martian’s head forever? We pick up in year six of the series. Not too much has changed, but…Continue Reading “Comic Review: YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS – Torch Songs”

Check Out The Final Trailer For AQUAMAN

Another trailer for Aquaman has arrived through the bottle post of the endless ocean. While there isn’t a ton of new footage in this trailer, we do get some glimpses of Willem Dafoe and his character of Nuidis Volko. Can I also point out that the classic suit looks far better than expected? Anyway, December…Continue Reading “Check Out The Final Trailer For AQUAMAN”

Why Tom King’s ‘Batman’ Is The Best Superhero Comic Out

What makes a great superhero comic? It’s a tough question. You can look back through the decades and a few really standout: Bendis’ Ultimate Spider-Man, Brubaker’s Captain America, Johns’ Justice League and Snyder’s Batman. And in all honesty, I’m not sure where you put Hickman’s run at Marvel in the 2010s? It spawned two of the…Continue Reading “Why Tom King’s ‘Batman’ Is The Best Superhero Comic Out”