Rhett Rheese and Paul Wernick discuss Deadpool’s reaction to Cable. Zack Penn stresses plans for a new Matrix aren’t a reboot or a remake. Andrew Kreisberg promises next season’s Flash villain will be something different. Plus, a haunting new poster for The Dark Tower, and clips from Power Rangers and The Walking Dead…
Greeting my little stamp... sidekicks... no, soul mates—wait, that’s way too personal... my little, uh.. envelope envoys? Uh, sure. this week: The most consistent fictional universe of all time! A classic fantasy series that may actually get made as a movie! And the worst decision The Walking Dead could make! Let’s…
Sorry about last week! Your not-very-approachable neighborhood post-apocalyptic fake mailman caught… I don’t know, the space flu or something. Short version, I had more phlegm than mail, and I had a lot of mail—so let’s get to it! This week: The best ’90s cartoon intro, why nerds argue so much, and whether it’s worth…
James Gunn talks more about those potential cameos in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Mel Gibson confirms his Suicide Squad 2 talks. A Gravity Falls alum has supposedly joined the animated Spider-Man movie. Plus, the new X-Men show casts its own brand new mutant, and a first look at the return of Fear the Walking Dead…
We’ve known for a while that Warner Bros. has had plans to re-visit the DC Universe’s army of ring-wielding space cops. Now things are moving forward in a significant way, with screenwriters David S. Goyer and Justin Rhodes reportedly working on the upcoming Green Lantern Corps movie.
The first crossover between DC’s Green Lantern Corps and the alternative timeline crew of the USS Enterprise ended in victory—but at great cost, with the Lanterns unable to return to the DC Multiverse. The crossover’s sequel, which begins next week, picks up right where the first crossover left off: with the Green…
DC’s crossover game is strong lately. Not only have we got stuff like Justice League/Power Rangers on the way, along with the next Batman/TMNT crossover, the company has now announced that several of its weird (and very wonderful) comic takes on Hanna-Barbera characters will now host a series of team-ups with DC’s own…
We got super psyched when we heard that the Green Lantern Corps was heading to the Planet of the Apes for its latest crossover comic series. Now, we’re getting a look at the star of the show: Cornelius, the coolest ape around.
They’ve teamed up with the cast of Star Trek. They’ve fought Aliens’ xenomorphs. And now, the Green Lantern Corps is heading to the Planet of the Apes for even more crossover shenanigans.
There are more members of the various Lantern corps in the DC universe than you can shake a power battery at, but one more has just shown up in the latest issue of Green Lanterns, and they’re a little bit different than anything we’ve seen before.
DC Comics has a lot of Green Lanterns. Thousands of them are weird-looking aliens from extraterrestrial cultures; a decent chunk of them are from Earth. Human ring-wielders fight all the time, but Green Lantern: Mosaic #5 is a classic because of how John Stewart beat his fellow Green Lantern Hal Jordan.
Film editor Miguel Branco has gone and taken most of the films adapted from DC Comic properties, and it makes them all look pretty good together, even if they’re not part of the same cinematic universe.
The same way you really only buy sugary breakfast cereals for the smattering of marshmallows they include, this $20 tin of Justice League paperclips is still worth every last penny even if you toss all but the ten Batman clips it comes with.
We live in a golden age of superhero television. Hits like The Flash, Agent Carter, Arrow, and Agents of SHIELD dominate our TV screens. We champion them for their ability to bring some of the most mind-melting comic book sagas to TV—but one show did it all before them, nearly a decade ago: Justice League Unlimited.
In the wake of DC’s recent god-based shenanigans as part of the Justice League comic’s Darkseid War event, we’ve been getting one-off issues exploring how each League member has been dealing with their newfound godhood. In Green Lantern’s case though, his issue ended up showing how much better Hal is without it.
Hollywood has a few failure modes when it tries to adapt classic fairytales and fantasy stories for the umpteenth time. And one of the main ones is, “Let’s tell the origin story that’s never been told before.” Pan is the latest fantasy prequel to show why this is a bad idea.
Tucked away in-between the stunning Batman V. Superman footage and the first look at the Suicide Squad movie (which has yet to be released, grumble) was the announcement that a Green Lantern Corps movie will be released in 2020.
The worlds of DC and Star Trek combine this week, but it’s not all that’s going on in the latest new comics. Marvel goes to the Wild West in a new batch of Secret Wars miniseries, DC takes on Max himself in another Mad Max tie-in, Boy scouts take on the apocalypse, Time cops solve time crimes, and much, much, more!