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Being Two Different Kinds of Batman, the Roger Craig Smith Way

by Ed Liuon May 12, 2015
When we last spoke with voice actor Roger Craig Smith, he had just begun playing Captain America in Marvel’s Avengers Assemble and the dastardly Ripslinger in DisneyToon’s Planes, in addition to his earlier iconic roles as Sonic the Hedgehog in several earlier video games and as the assassin Ezio in the Assassin’s Creed video games. […]

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Review: "Teen Titans Go! The Complete First Season" is Good Stupid Fun

by Ed Liuon May 4, 2015
According to the conventional wisdom of the Internet, Teen Titans Go! is an abomination that sullies the name of DC Animation with completely juvenile humor and idiocy. I don’t have much use for conventional wisdom, though, and am totally willing to risk losing my superhero street cred by saying I love Teen Titans Go! with […]


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DC to Launch "DC Super Hero Girls" Universe in Fall 2015

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison April 22, 2015
DC Entertainment has announced today the forthcoming launch of the “DC Super Hero Girls” universe in Fall 2015, an expansive new project that will span multiple mediums and a myriad of new product lines. DC’s purpose is to develop a distinct setting for girl-centric storytelling and products targeted directly at the 6 – 12 female […]
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"Teen Titans Go!" The Complete First Season Available Now on Blu-ray via Warner Archive

by Ed Liuon April 21, 2015
TEEN TITANS GO! THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON NOW AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY FROM WARNER ARCHIVE COLLECTION First 52 Episodes of Popular Animated Series Arrive Today on Two Blu-Ray Discs Teen Titans Go!, the popular Warner Bros. Animation television series airing on Cartoon Network, gets the full HD treatment via Warner Archive Collection when Teen Titans Go! […]

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Review: "Batman vs. Robin" Plays Greek Tragedy in Gotham

by Ed Liuon April 21, 2015
I ran out of patience for conspiracy theories are a story element some time ago, so it is a testament to the success of Batman vs. Robin that I liked it as much as I did, even though a core element of its story is a conspiracy theory embedded deep within the history of Gotham […]