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You can never accuse The Flash of not going big. There are multiverses, multisuperheroes, and even multiFlashes. Why have one Batman when you can have all of them? Why have Ezra Miller play Barry/The …
Remember way back last year when the WW84 trailer came out? It was fantastic, full-pie perfection! To a thumping remix of New Order's "Blue Monday," the trailer was a perfectly cut teaser giving us gl…
SYNOPSIS: It's open season on Harley Quinn when her explosive breakup with the Joker puts a big fat target on her back. Unprotected and on the run, Quinn faces the wrath of narcissistic crime boss Bla…
[Executive speaks, dominating the meeting] Aquaman has been kind of a joke in the superhero world, so we need to reclaim him, and, you know, make him AWESOME. We need to get a beefy, manly guy, you …
This is meant to be the origin story of DC Comics' version of the Knights of the Round Table (or, I don't know, the Avengers?). We've met the current Bruce Wayne/Batman (Ben Affleck), Clark Kent/Super…
As a 70's kid, I adored the Wonder Woman television show. It was the heyday of great primetime TV family entertainment, with The Incredible Hulk, The Bionic Woman, Six Million Dollar Man, and more, an…
DC Comics' Suicide Squad is a mishmash of bad guys and villains pulled together as the government's secret weapon. Superman is dead, and an official posits the scary thought, what if another superhuma…
After becoming completely exasperated with Damian's risky, self-serving behavior, the Justice League sends him to work with the Teen Titans. The hope is that Damian will bond with kids his own age and…
When I heard about this film, with the crossover of DC mythologies, I honestly was kind of confused. I never followed the original DC or Marvel comics, so when superhero characters start to overlap in…
I always snort a little when I see an animated feature that's rated PG-13, but in the case of Batman: Bad Blood, it's actually pretty appropriate. It's not just dark themes and comic book violence - w…
Few things will sell a comic movie better than a cool action figure, so Batman vs. Robin gets points right off the bat. This action figure is not a toy, mind you, but rather an adult collectible tied …
I've always been puzzled about the intended audience of comic book cartoon shows. I mean, they're animated and usually air when and where kids can find them, but they're often dark, plot heavy, and so…
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