It’s been one hell of a year for DC Comics. Sure, they didn’t explode their comic book universe, but the heroes and villains of DC have gone through some big changes. Last week, we caught you up with what’s going on in Marvel’s “All-New” universe, and now, it’s time to catch you up on Superman and pals.
This is strange news. It’s not bad, necessarily, that Warner Bros. has decided to let Pride & Prejudice & Zombies book author and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter novelist and screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith to make his directorial debut with The Flash movie... but it does seem strange.
Warner Bros. will be presenting a lot of movies in Hall H on Saturday morning at San Diego Comic-Con, but fans didn’t camp out 30 hours for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. They want to see Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and I’m live-blogging all the fantastic details and surprises.
It’s been rumored for a while, but now Warner Bros. has finally
managed to roll a big enough wheelbarrow full of cash convinced Oscar-winning director Ben Affleck to direct and star in the first new stand-alone Batman movie of the new DC cinematic universe, from a script by DC Comics’ Geoff Johns.
Well, again, that is. Long ago DC Direct, before they were relaunched as the current DC Collectibles, made a series of 7” scale Justice League action figures based on the artwork of the iconic comic book artist Alex Ross. Missed out the first time? Good news! They’re back, with shiny new repaints in tow.
Bruce Timm's latest entry into the DCAU, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, features a pretty radical new version of DC Comic's trinity. But they aren't just coming to animation — the new iterations of Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman are also getting some lovely Toys from DC Collectibles.
Being a nerd doesn't necessarily mean you or your friends have an extreme affinity for gadgets. Some of you might have a perverse attraction to toys, comics, board games or anything sci-fi-related. If you're looking for an alternative gift for your pop culture obsessed friend or loved one, these might do you some good.
Inspired by the comic book, Gotham by Gaslight by Mike Mignola and Brian Augustyn (Batman vs. Jack the Ripper set in the late 19th century), the modder behind these action figures sought to place the members of the Justice League in the Victorian era. I think you will agree that he did one hell of a job. Hit the…