Como cada año la Comic-Con de la ciudad de San Diego, Estados Unidos, estuvo llena de emociones y muchos anuncios dedicados al mundo de la cultura “geek” y todos los que amamos el buen cine de fantasía y ciencia-ficción. Los tráilers de películas y series de superhéroes no se hicieron esperar, y estos fueron los…
I’m not sure why The Flash was the only CW superhero show that had footage assembled for its next season, but I’m not complaining: I was dying to know what happened after Barry selfishly saved his mom’s live in the past and rewrote the timeline for everyone he ever loved. In a word, “Flashpoint.”
DC’s next film opens in just a few weeks, but the cast showed up in Hall H at Comic-Con to debut this final look at the supervillain team-up film Suicide Squad. Weirdly, it’s a much more in-depth look at the squad than we’ve seen before.
DC’s cinematic heroes assembled for the first time at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con for a team photo. But that’s not all—we also have the very first teaser trailer and it’s a hell of a lot more fun than Batman v Superman. See for yourself!
She’s finally here. After years of false starts, a live-action Wonder Woman movie is coming next summer. Warner Bros. just revealed the first trailer at San Diego Comic-Con to the uproarious excitement of the Hall H crowd, and it. is. perfect.
The Killing Joke is a 30-year-old Batman graphic novel that goes to ugly places, especially in what it does Batgirl. And when folks expressed anger at Barbara Gordon’s portrayal in a new, controversial scene in the upcoming film adaptation during a DC panel, things got ugly in real life.
I was skeptical about Powerless when I first heard about it, not the least of which because it sounded like a rip-off of Damage Control, created by the late, beloved Dwayne McDuffie. Plus, Katharine didn’t much seem to care for the pilot. But after watching the first episode of the upcoming NBC series myself, I was…
One of the biggest comics surprises of 2016 was the news that musician Gerard Way would be spearheading an imprint of new titles for DC Comics called Young Animal. This morning, Way talked a bit about the quirky ideas he wants to infuse into Young Animal.
Also? It’s fun. It’s a lot of fun. There’s definitely some silliness here—hell, Batman even smirks after drops a minor quip after kicking Mr. Freeze in the head—but anyone looking for some good, straight-up superhero-vs.-supervillain action should be pleased. with WB Animation’s newest DC offering.
Dick Grayson’s rear end is finally getting the rock solid tribute it deserves.
Gotham’s vigilantes really have their work cut out for them now.
Making their debut at San Diego Comic-Con next week and going wide in 2017, Lego BrickHeadz Marvel and DC buildable figures are freakishly adorable.
Clark Kent is an aw-shucks Kansas farmboy who can juggle tanks but is modest and humble to a fault. Kenan Kong is no Clark Kent. He’s an asshat who steals his classmate’s lunch.
It’s often felt like DC Comics hasn’t known what to with Wonder Woman, imbuing her with sensibilities and backstories that clash with each other. The new comics featuring Princess Diana are attempting to mold her history into one cohesive whole.
Way back in 1941, the first Vigilante was Greg Sanders, a cowboy-themed crimefighter who was also on the Seven Soldiers of Victory. Then came New York City district attorney Adrian Chase, who embodied a more well-known, violent version of the identity in the 1980s, followed by a few other folks as time passed. The…
Anybody who’s been following the news surrounding Suicide Squad can tell that Jared Leto got into the role, so much so that he’s gotten kind of annoying and a little creepy about it, and not in a good way.
Ya está muy cerca el estreno de una de las películas de “superhéroes” (o supervillanos) más esperadas del año, Suicide Squad. Después de lo criticada que fue Batman v Superman por muchos este loco y desastroso film quiere llegar para redimir el universo de películas de DC. Y su último tráiler nos lo deja claro: esto…
Two simple changes have made DC Comics’ relaunched Superman and Batman books much more enjoyable.
Back in the day, I only liked two things about The Flintstones: the wacky animal-powered contraptions that emulated devices like record players and Bam-Bam’s super-strength. Some of the former shows up in DC Comics’ new reboot of the Hanna-Barbera classic, surrounded by updated existential weirdness.
One thing you’ll learn from the newest installment of DC’s weird, junk-food specialty project: Harland Sanders is like a Kentucky Fried Christ who died and came back to life to spread the gospel of finger-lickin’ poultry parts. The letter column says so.