If you’ve been holding your breath waiting for Batman: Mask of the Phantasm to get a high-definition release, you can finally exhale. The classic animated movie will finally be out on Blu-Ray soon.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of the fanciest toys that will have you even more upset you’re not able to make it to the San Diego Comic-Con this year. And if you’ve ever lamented not having an Arnold Schwarzenegger figure that looks like he just took the day off to visit Home Depot, you’ll find…
DC’s Bombshells was the sort of comic that you could just pick up randomly, with zero understanding of the series’ plot—and immediately get sucked into some of the best story arcs ever written for the publisher’s most iconic female characters.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that Adam West helped save Batman and changed what was possible with DC Comics’ Dark Knight Detective.
The best part of Injustice 2 for me isn’t kicking butts with Green Arrow. It’s seeing what the people whose butts I’m going to kick are wearing. If you’re like me and have been gasping and cooing approvingly every time some killer fashion pops up in the fighting game sequel, here is a place to share.
I saw Wonder Woman over the weekend and, like my co-workers and millions of other people, thrilled to the sight of a well-realized DC Comics superhero. To me, the best part of Patty Jenkins’ movie was its deep understanding of Diana of Themyscira’s symbolic importance.
Lots of people saw Wonder Woman this weekend, which means lots of people saw a very mysterious trailer that played in front of it. The trailer had some dialogue, the words “Ever Wonder?”, a woman dressed as a superhero, and a URL. So, what was it?
You might have that one auntie who displays a level of sass and verbal kung-fu that is simultaneously cool and frightening. For Wonder Woman, that auntie is Athena, which makes it very entertaining when the goddess of wisdom and war visits the World’s Greatest Superheroes.
Diana of Themyscira has a big movie coming out this week. She’s also a major player in new release Injustice 2, a video game where superheroes fight each other over crossing moral boundaries. But Wonder Woman shouldn’t just be part of an ensemble; she should be the main character.
Damn it, we were so close to getting one of Milestone Media’s best characters in the new superhero fighting game. Heroes and villains from all over the DC Comics multiverse are part of the roster in Injustice 2 but, for the most part, they come from the well-known core of characters clustered around the Justice…
The Dark Knight and the woman formerly known as Dr. Harleen Quinzel are usually trying to punch or—in the latter’s case—kill each other. Now, in DC’s latest direct-to-video animated feature, they’ve got to work together so that humanity doesn’t get turned into fertilizer.
On one hand, Injustice 2 delivers a funhouse-mirror take on DC Comics’ biggest characters, exploring the characters in intriguingly divergent ways. On the other hand, because it’s a fighting game, all the story needs to do is keep ginning up reasons for former Justice Leaguers to punch each other across the world. …
It’s been a tumultuous week for DC movie directors. First, Zack Snyder announced he was stepping away from November’s Justice League for family reasons. Today comes news that Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow) will not be helming the live-action Justice League Dark movie, Dark Universe.
Do you love Harley Quinn? Do you love cartoons about teenagers struggling with their abilities at a high school for gifted youngsters? Do you love My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic? If so, then today’s your lucky day, because a new DC Super Hero Girls series is coming to Cartoon Network
Director James Wan is currently in Australia filming his 2018 DC film, Aquaman, and he just revealed a brand new look at Mera, the Queen of Atlantis. It’s very iridescent, very colorful, and it looks like something a sporty mermaid might have in her wardrobe.
The fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us gave us a world torn apart by conflict between between two of comics’ greatest heroes. Now brutal murderer Superman and “I don’t want to fight you” Batman are back, joining forces against the most diabolical foe the DC Universe has ever faced—loot boxes.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman going toe to toe with the Ku Klux Klan because this is 2017 and race-related hate crimes are still very much a problem in our country! Seriously, though, Clark’s about to wreck some Klansmen.
“Maybe you think comics are pictures of people walking and talking and beating each other up. Well, comics are art, which means... new ideas, new innovations.” A rarely seen 1978 documentary about the comics business has shown up online for the very first time, and it’s must-watch material for folks who want to see…
Look at that stance! The utter disdain! The Lord of Apokolips is going to be smug as all get-out when the next DC Comics fighting game hits next month.
The vast majority of Greg Rucka and Liam Sharp’s Rebirth-era Wonder Woman series has focused on Diana’s search for a path back to Themyscira and her fellow Amazons. In this week’s issue #21, we finally get an idea of where Paradise Island just might be and why she can’t return.