Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. THE FATAL FIVE – Nostalgia Overload

Justice League vs The Fatal Five is our latest DC venture; and after the Batman: The Killing Joke and Batman and Harley Quinn; it feels like WB Animation wants to win back its fan base. Now, they’re returning to the well that put them the map – the original DC Animated Universe. Yes, this film takes…Continue Reading “Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. THE FATAL FIVE – Nostalgia Overload”

Zack Snyder Returns with New Zombie Movie, Plus Details on His Scrapped JUSTICE LEAGUE Trilogy

Zack Snyder launched DC Films’ universe in 2013 with Man of Steel, before expanding the world with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. While he originally directed Justice League, he left in post-production after a family tragedy. And as we all know, Warner Bros. took that movie in a different direction, and the rest is…Continue Reading “Zack Snyder Returns with New Zombie Movie, Plus Details on His Scrapped JUSTICE LEAGUE Trilogy”

JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. THE FATAL FIVE Sets its Voice Cast

Following Reign of the Supermen, DC is bringing in Justice League vs. The Fatal Five, which pits the superhero team against an obscure group of supervillains. The animated film’s voice cast has been announced, and there are plenty of familiar faces….er, voices. Kevin Conroy, George Newbern, and Susan Eisenberg reprise their roles as Batman, Superman,…Continue Reading “JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. THE FATAL FIVE Sets its Voice Cast”

Comic Review: THRONE OF ATLANTIS

Geoff Johns’ New 52 run on Aquaman created a lot of iconic moments and stories for the character. Perhaps the biggest is “Throne of Atlantis,” pits Arthur Curry and the Justice League against his half-brother Orm, the new king of Atlantis. Orm believes that the surface world is a threat, and he launches a huge…Continue Reading “Comic Review: THRONE OF ATLANTIS”

JUSTICE LEAGUE’s J.K. Simmons Confirms No Plans to Play Commissioner Gordon Again Anytime Soon

Back when J.K. Simmons was cast as Commissioner James Gordon for Justice League, the Oscar winner confirmed plans to play the character in multiple films, including The Batman. But a lot has changed since then. Justice League flopped, Matt Reeves’ Batman movie looks to be a soft reboot, and the DC Films universe is moving…Continue Reading “JUSTICE LEAGUE’s J.K. Simmons Confirms No Plans to Play Commissioner Gordon Again Anytime Soon”

A Look At The Best Comics In 2018 From Marvel and DC Comics

The comic industry is not doing nearly as well any many people think in 2018. Even though, there are a ton of great comics out, and superheroes movies continued to be all the rage in Hollywood. But somehow, the industry is in despair. There are plenty of factors that include pricing and over-saturation that are…Continue Reading “A Look At The Best Comics In 2018 From Marvel and DC Comics”

JUSTICE LEAGUE: THRONE OF ATLANTIS to Get a Commemorative Edition

With the release of Aquaman’s first solo film arriving, Warner Brothers Animation is re-releasing Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. It’s the ultimate starter-pack for anyone who wants to get into Aquaman (outside of comics). Here’s a quote from the press release: “‘Justice League: Throne of Atlantis – Commemorative Edition’ gives fans the opportunity to experience a…Continue Reading “JUSTICE LEAGUE: THRONE OF ATLANTIS to Get a Commemorative Edition”

No, Ray Fisher Isn’t Planning to Leave Cyborg Role

Every now and then, a big superhero “rumor” pops up and takes the Internet by storm, even if it doesn’t have an actual source. This latest rumor has claimed that Ray Fisher is planning to leave the role of Cyborg in DC Films’ universe. This comes from fan speculation based on Justice League‘s drastic overhaul…Continue Reading “No, Ray Fisher Isn’t Planning to Leave Cyborg Role”

Movie News Bits: Worlds of DC Edition

For today’s installment of Movie News Bits, we’ll be rounding up some recent developments from the world of DC. We have some DC Films news, casting for DC’s next animated movie, and even something on Joker. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II debuts as Black Manta in this year’s Aquaman, but the plan is for him to play…Continue Reading “Movie News Bits: Worlds of DC Edition”

OPINION: 3 Reasons Why Doomsday Clock Is One Of DC Comics’ Greats After Only 6 Issues

So far, Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, have delivered something once thought impossible: Something close in greatness to the original Watchmen comic in Doomsday Clock (and we’re only halfway done). I won’t insult the massive amount of people whom believe that Watchmen walks on water, but at the same time, the duo which given us…Continue Reading “OPINION: 3 Reasons Why Doomsday Clock Is One Of DC Comics’ Greats After Only 6 Issues”