Greetings, mail-keteers! Besides figuring out Marvel’s Inhumans plans (as well as the TV future of Ms. Marvel), we’re going to learn how much input DC Comics’ Geoff Johns has on the WB movies, what the most unsatisfying part of Game of Thrones is, and why Syfy loves handjobs! (Reminder: Somehow I technically get paid…
One of the absolute highlights of Batman v Superman was Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. She was almost literally a ray of light and color in a dark grey world. And now, you can see her best moment, which also happens to be the best moment of the movie. (The video is kind of a spoiler, if you haven’t seen the trailers.)
In what should honestly not be a surprise to anyone who saw Batman v Superman, it turns out that Batman’s youthful sidekick Robin was also someone who preferred murdering criminals as opposed to sending them through that pesky justice system.
Superman’s had a rough time in his comics lately: his most recent problem being that he’s about to die (for real!). As we await Superman’s impending death, now is a great time to look back and see how DC marked the passing of the Man of Steel the last time it happened—in one of the biggest events in comics history.
The MTV Movie Awards are busy tonight, with a new trailer from Suicide Squad, and it shows that the villain film has some serious Superman undertones to it.
The Wonder Woman movie is arriving a little sooner than expected. Maisie Williams says the next season of Game of Thrones sets up the show’s ending. Plus, the first set pictures from The Mummy, the return of Sherlock, and pictures from the second season premiere of Outlander. To me, my Spoilers!
Ever since DC unveiled its line-up for Rebirth, we’ve had some questions about why the classic Superman of the old DC universe will replace New 52 Superman in the comics. Well, today’s Superman #51 has answers... and things aren’t looking too good for New 52 universe’s version of Clark Kent.
In a few months, everything changes for the DC comics universe again... kind of. All the talk of DC Rebirth lately might have you a bit unsure of what’s ahead for Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, and friends in the near future, but don’t worry! We’re here to explain exactly what’s going on.
Over the weekend, DC Comics finally lifted the lid on Rebirth, its rapidly incoming creative reshuffle that sees a plethora of new series and changes coming to the DC roster. But one huge character was missing from these big announcements: Superman. Sort of. Kinda. Allow me to explain.
As the reviews of Batman v. Superman have been rolling in, so have your questions about the suddenly shaky future of the DC movies. But if you’re ick of BvS ‘ BS, we’ve also got how Deadpool 2 will handle Cable’s parentage, why the Captain Britain show was never happening, and how to handle non-nerdy family invading…
Sure, Diana might already be in her costume and fighting the good fight in Batman v Superman this week, but before that, she had to be honed into one of the greatest fighters in the DC universe. Now we’ve got our first look at the women that will help her do exactly that in Wonder Woman.
If you live in DC, I really hope you get to work from home on Wednesday. Starting at midnight tonight, the nation’s capital is closing its entire metro for at least 29 hours for a system-wide safety survey of electrical cables.
We’re only weeks away from the premiere of Batman v Superman. And it remains to be seen if that movie will retroactively justify some of the most widely-hated choices in Man of Steel. Based on Zack Snyder’s comments over the last three years, we can guess that it won’t.
In 1961, John F. Kennedy proclaimed that America would go to the moon. Eight years later, a human walked on the moon. In 2007, Washington DC began construction on a 2.2-mile streetcar. Eight years later... well, it still wasn’t finished.
How hard can it be to ride a streetcar? Apparently DC thinks its residents need help understanding how its newest transportation mode works.
Harley Quinn’s current ongoing series has been all about Harley moving on from her past life with the Joker, and finding her own identity. Today’s issue made that struggle a very literal one—and it had an immensely satisfying resolution.
Toy Fair is always a wonderful time of year for comics fans, a chance to see the superhero merchandise that will drain your wallet (alongside what your weekly comics subscription does to it already). DC is no exception, and their slate of new toys this year is amazing—including a Batwing the size of your torso.