Warner Bros. Animation’s latest DC movie might be under fire at the moment, but the next movie in line from the studio’s roster is finally going to give fans something they’ve wanted for a while, whether live-action or otherwise: the Justice League Dark in action. And now, we have a first look.
The Killing Joke might not have released yet, but it looks like we already know what’s in store for the next movie from DC’s animated universe: an adaptation of the supernatural hero team up book Justice League Dark. But does the animated movie’s existence mean that the long-in-development live action film’s chances…
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It’s an MCU blowout as Kevin Feige discusses Black Panther’s origins, the tone of Spider-Man, and the potential for the Wasp in future movies. Plus, Guillermo Del Toro leaves Justice League Dark, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 gets an official title, Wayward Pines could get a second season, and more. To Me, My Spoilers!
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Rumors have been devouring the Internet for the past week or so about a new project that Guillermo del Toro could be directing: a movie teaming up DC Comics' dark supernatural characters. Sort of like DC's Justice League Dark comic. At first, the rumor was debunked — but then del Toro himself said he was interested in…
Here's an exclusive first look at the next issue of Justice League Dark, which sees supernatural stalwarts John Constantine, Deadman, Zatanna, and Black Orchid engaging in mystical fisticuffs with magical nasties. This issue hits stores next Wednesday, October 24. Here's the rundown:
What happens when a mysterious fortune teller, a chain-smoking British mage, a fishnet-clad magician, a wiseacre ghost, and a fellow with the most deranged wardrobe on Earth pool their forces to save reality?
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Whole bunch of crazy in the week's comics. A Superman without a girlfriend, the man who wrote The Dark Knight Returns is back to fight the War on Terror, and Jack Kirby's post-apocalyptic manimal series gets ready for your bookshelf. Wackiness abounds.