It’s a plot line we’ve seen time and time again. The children of heroes we know today travel into the past from an apocalyptic future to inform their parents of the colossal mistakes they’re destined to make. In its upcoming (and questionably named) Legacy arc, DC’s getting into the parental drama again.
Between a series cryptic teaser images and an even more difficult to parse prelude comic, we knew that DC’s upcoming Dark Nights: Metal series was going to involve dark, alternate reality versions of the Justice League. But we had no idea they would all be quite this twisted—or that they were all going to be half…
One of the biggest knocks against the DC Extended Universe has been its general lack of vibrant color compared to the comic books. In exchange for gritty realism, the DCEU—especially its costumes—come across as unsaturated and dour. That’s a shame because, up close, the League’s costumes look great.
It won’t hit theaters until November, but well ahead of Justice League’s theatrical release, Lego has released details for some of the first sets tied to DC Comics’ next superhero-filled Avengers challenger, revealing a few of the film’s baddies, and more of Batman’s wonderful toys.
Universal might be close to finding its Frankenstein’s monster. Go behind the scenes of Aquman with new filming footage. Patty Jenkins discusses Diana’s view of mankind in Wonder Woman. Plus, Cheryl Blossom’s furious transformation on Riverdale, and new looks at Supergirl’s finale and the next episode of Doctor Who.…
There are a lot of potential DC movies coming in the next few years.
We’ve barely seen the new Flash and Cyborg in action, and yet we already have some glimpses of what might have been with their movie costumes. And Barry Allen in particular almost looked radically different than what we’d expect from the cinematic scarlet speedster.
The rapper/actor also known as Curtis Jackson may be cooking up an action show that sounds a whole lot like Luke Cage, but his four-year-old son wanted his daddy to turn into a DC Comics hero for his birthday party. So Fiddy became Cyborg. Cue the white noise blasters.
This is slightly weird. Following Variety’s report that Cyborg (Ray Fisher) was going to crossover into the Flash’s standalone movie, director Rick Famuyiwa has responded on Twitter with a negative. Or, at least, something that sounds like a negative.
In November 2017’s Justice League, fans will be introduced to Ezra Miller’s Flash and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. Four months later, the two will team up again for Flash’s solo movie.
The funniest comment I read about Batman v Superman was when someone said they loved the scene in the movie when Wonder Woman sat down and watched the trailer for Justice League. Thanks to that scene—and a new behind-the-scenes featurette—we finally have a closer look at Aquaman and Cyborg.
Last Friday, io9 was among a group of journalists invited to the London set of Justice League. There director Zack Snyder, star/executive producer Ben Affleck, and everyone involved all had one, simple message for us: We know. And we’re trying.
Given how much time Elon Musk spends trying to save the world, it’s almost surprising that he thinks we’re all just living in someone’s video game anyway. Or, it would be if he wasn’t well-known for his dramatic predictions and if he hadn’t also added that there’s a chance we’ll become pets to superintelligent AI and…
There have been teases for months and months about DC’s cinematic take on the Justice League and how they might be involved in Batman v Superman. But a new image that’s hit social media might just be our first official look at the Justice League standing tall.
Tom Holland talks about what makes Spider-Man unique in the Marvel movieverse. Glean some hints from The Force Awakens’ soundtrack. The Arrow producers tease a dark moment for Oliver. Plus, a new glimpse at Agent Carter, clips from Supergirl, and new pictures from Doctor Who’s season finale. Spoilers!
Jean-Claude Van Damme is known for movies like Universal Soldier and Cyborg, as well as the awesomely ridiculous action scenes. Someone’s just gone through and counted up all of the people he’s killed on screen, and it takes a good half-hour to run through the list.
I’ve always had a hard time with Cyborg. I wanted to like DC Comics’ bionic superhero but something’s always held me back from digging Victor Stone the same way I like, say, The Black Panther or Robin. That started changing this week.
DC has refreshed its stable of comics once again, putting its characters in new situations— and most of them have gotten a new look to celebrate. But as usual with superhero makeovers, some are less successful than others. So we’re going to put on our fashion-hats and rate what’s hot and what’s not in the DC Universe!
DC heroes and villains alike are ditching their old wardrobes for snazzy new threads ahead of the company’s new post-Convergence wave of comics releasing next month. Cyborg is the newest character to have a makeover — one that looks uncannily that slick new Terminator from Terminator Genisys.