Apparently not everyone has gotten the memo that hope and love have returned to the DC universe.
Two simple changes have made DC Comics’ relaunched Superman and Batman books much more enjoyable.
Last Friday, io9 was among a group of journalists invited to the London set of Justice League. There director Zack Snyder, star/executive producer Ben Affleck, and everyone involved all had one, simple message for us: We know. And we’re trying.
It’s kind of impossible to say which superhero is the best, since there’s just too many of them to count, but a seven-year study at the University of Leicester purports to help shine a light on the debate.
After an entire season of seeing Superman from a distance, or blurry, or backlit with a glare, or just his foot, or with his texts, Supergirl is celebrating its move to the CW by actually casting the character. Oh thank you, Kryptonian god.
In 1978, one of the strangest and most exhilarating comic book issues in DC’s history appeared in stores, featuring one of the greatest team-ups of all time: Superman and Muhammad Ali.
For anyone who missed Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it’s coming home June 28 in a brand-new Ultimate Edition. As promised, it features an R-rated extended version of the film that runs 30 minutes longer and the first trailer for it is here, and its packed with unseen footage from the movie.
It’s supposed to matter when Superman dies. This time, it totally doesn’t.
Strange things are happening to Superman in DC’s comics. The current Superman is dying, and not only will he be replaced by the Superman of DC’s old continuity, but his powers will be diffused into many other people: including a Chinese man named Kenan Kong. But Kenan’s not going to be alone in his fight for justice.
I kind of love Supergirl, but jeez is this show uneven. Just watch this clip, which showcases everything great about the series, followed immediately by everything terrible.
Superman’s had a rough time in his comics lately: his most recent problem being that he’s about to die (for real!). As we await Superman’s impending death, now is a great time to look back and see how DC marked the passing of the Man of Steel the last time it happened—in one of the biggest events in comics history.
Despite the abundance of Batman v Superman’s negative reviews and the film’s swift, severe drop in box office sales since its debut a week and a half ago (even with an utter lack of competition!), Warner Bros. executives seem adamant in learning absolutely nothing from the movie’s problems.
Ever since DC unveiled its line-up for Rebirth, we’ve had some questions about why the classic Superman of the old DC universe will replace New 52 Superman in the comics. Well, today’s Superman #51 has answers... and things aren’t looking too good for New 52 universe’s version of Clark Kent.
We could still be getting more solo Superman movies soon. Meet some brand new Star Trek aliens. The producers of Arrow tease tonight’s big death reveal. There’s more fallout from The Walking Dead’s controversial finale, Plus, the return of Salem, and hopes for Supergirl season two. Behold, Spoilers!
This week everything changes for the DC comics universe again... kind of. All the talk of DC Rebirth lately—especially the recent news about events kicking off this new story—might have you a bit unsure of what’s ahead for Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, and friends. But don’t worry! We’re here to explain exactly…
Given its massive box office, you likely saw Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice this weekend. And whether you loved it or hated it, chances are you had some questions about the portion of the movie you managed to stay awake for. As always, our patented Spoiler FAQ has the answers you seek!
Thus far, 2016 is the year of the superhero. Deadpool and Batman v. Superman both shattered the box office, proving that audiences can’t get enough of costumes and powers. But what’s the best superhero movie of all time? And what’s the worst? Here’s our ranking of all 109 superhero movies to date.
Over the weekend, DC Comics finally lifted the lid on Rebirth, its rapidly incoming creative reshuffle that sees a plethora of new series and changes coming to the DC roster. But one huge character was missing from these big announcements: Superman. Sort of. Kinda. Allow me to explain.
There’s a reason Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice went with that slightly wordy title. In addition to featuring a showdown between the two DC heavyweights, Zack Snyder’s film was largely created to help set up a bigger DC Extended Universe. How exactly did it do that? We’ve got you covered.