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The LEGO Batman Movie

Review: “The LEGO Batman Movie” – Bet On Black (& Yellow)

by Grant Whiteon February 4, 2017
The LEGO Movie was a surprise hit in 2014, with no one expecting the witty, heartfelt tale laced with political commentary that we got. Who would have expected a film based on a toy line to be so critical of consumer culture? The film’s success led to the swift announcement of sequels and spin offs, […]

Josie And The Pussycats Have Plenty Of Sugar, Sugar For Riverdale

by Alex Beanon February 2, 2017
Josie and the Pussycats perform their version of the classic Archies hit song “Sugar, Sugar” on tonight’s episode of “Riverdale” on the CW network…

Water Might Play A Role In Riverdale Tomorrow

by Alex Beanon February 1, 2017
“Riverdale” the updated “Archie”-comics based television series on the CW network seems to have water playing a significant role in tomorrow’s episode…
walking dead

The Walking Dead: March To War Is Coming To Phones

by Peter Paltridgeon January 31, 2017
The next mobile phone game to use Kirkman’s characters will be The Walking Dead: March to War, app developer Disruptor Beam announced today. It’s a story-driven multiplayer strategy game, based on the comic book. Players must fight alongside and against others for control of scarce resources in and around a devastated Washington D.C., while fending […]

witchblade

Witchblade Being Adapted For Television Yet Again

by Peter Paltridgeon January 20, 2017
Now that Grimm is winding down its run, NBC is looking into replacing it with another cop show that uses supernatural elements…and THR reports they’re looking at adapting the Image/Top Cow property Witchblade. Sony Pictures Television holds the rights and is working on a pilot with Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries) as executive producer and […]

Green Lantern Is Back [You Can Decide If That Is Good Or Not]

by Alex Beanon January 13, 2017
Green Lantern is back – and no, not in the form of Ryan Reynolds – and you are free to decide whether you think that is good or not. Warner Bros. has decided to make a feature film titled “Green Lantern Corps” based on Hal Jordan [aka Green Lantern], only this time it will include […]

The CW Renews All Of Their Superhero Shows For 2017-18 Season

by Alex Beanon January 9, 2017
The CW has renewed all four of their superhero-themed television series for the 2017-18 season – handing out early renewal orders for “Arrow,” “D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash” and “Supergirl”. In addition, the network will pick up the recently cancelled NBC series “Constantine” and produce it as an animated series starring the voice of […]

Rematch: Thor Takes On Hulk Again In Ragnarok

by Alex Beanon January 6, 2017
According to a plot synopsis from Marvel Studios, it appears as though there will be a superhero rematch as Thos [Chris Hemsworth] will again tangle with the Incredible Hulk [Mark Ruffalo] in the upcoming “Thor: Ragnarok”. In one of those classic familiar comic book plot devices – Thor must battle his fellow Avenger in a […]

Wonder Woman Too Ample For United Nations

by Alex Beanon December 13, 2016
Wonder Woman has finally found a battle she cannot win – at least for now – as the DC Comics superhero has had her appointment as an honorary ambassador to the United Nations stripped after only two months due to protests from women’s equality groups and some U.N. employees, who objected to her ample physical […]

Aquaman Swims Again In 2018

by Alex Beanon December 3, 2016
“Aquaman”, starring Jason Momoa as the underwater superhero, will be swinging his trident again in a little under two years as Warner Bros. announced a release date of October 5, 2018 for the movie. “Aquaman” will be released in both in both 3D and Imax. Momoa’s Aquaman has already appeared – albeit briefly – in […]