Injustice, a video game tie-in series that secretly became DC Comic’s wildest, greatest take on an evil Superman, has finally come to a close. As the last chapters have gone live this week, we sat down with series writer Brian Buccellato to discuss his time on Injustice, and where the comic’s universe could go next.
You know who deserves to get free things? Poor people.
Earlier this week, a coworker sent me a link to what I presume must have been a fun or interesting tweet. I will never know for sure, however, because the only thing that link taught me was that nothing is sacred. Not even curated feeds of up-to-the-minute entertainment and celebrity news.
It’s E3 2016, and that means new video games are being announced left right and center—like a new sequel to the DC Comics brawler Injustice: Gods Among Us, which told an alternative tale of Superman gone bad. The game inspired a comic tie-in of the same name, and—against all the odds—it’s been one of DC’s best, most…
The FBI and the Justice Department admitted that flawed forensic testimony over more than 20 years — particularly pertaining to hair analysis — may have led to wrongful convictions in hundreds of cases, including 14 instances where a possibly innocent defendant was executed or died in prison.
Don't dismiss DC's Injustice: Gods Among Us as a simple tie-in to the fighting videogame. It's an excellent Elseworlds tale about the Joker tricking Superman into murdering Lois Lane, and the grief-stricken Superman killing the Joker in vengeance — which leads Superman to decide he can no longer afford to be merciful,…
In Chile, abortion is prohibited in all cases thanks to a Pinochet law still supported by right wingers. When a 11-year-old girl got raped by her stepfather and asked to terminate her pregnancy, those politicians told her that "she's ready to be a mother."
We may be getting Torchwood a few days ahead of the U.K., but when it comes to the greatest lawman in Mega-City One, Americans are getting shafted.
Four actresses from the CW's new Vampire Diaries were arrested for flashing drivers in Georgia but claim it was all for the show, since they had one cameraman with them. Really? We speculate potential dramatics explaining said "vampire flashing" scene.
First NBC shoves Kings from its Sunday spot to Saturday night, and now they're holding off until June to air the final episodes, still on that terrible Saturday night spot. According to the trades, the show has been completely pulled until June 13, and will finish its run through July 25. This is a travesty. [THR Feed]