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DC Comics Advance Solicitations – February 2017

by Ed Liuon November 21, 2016
DC Comics has released advance solicitations for comics coming February 2017, including the continuation of the Justice League/Power Rangers team-up, the relaunch of the WildStorm world under Warren Ellis’ pen, Rebirth launches of Justice League of America and Batwoman, the kickoff of Super Sons, and more! Be our first to comment

DC Comics Advance Solicitations – January 2017

by Ed Liuon October 25, 2016
DC’s January 2017 solicitations promise team-ups galore with Batman ’66 meeting Wonder Woman ’77 and the Justice League teaming up with the Power Rangers. Meanwhile, the Justice League vs. Suicide Squad event heats up and DC TV gets some love with collectibles. Be our first to comment

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DC Comics Advance Solicitations for December 2016

by Ed Liuon September 26, 2016
DC Comics has released advance solicitations for comics slated for release in December 2016, including a new DC Rebirth Holiday Special comic; new #1 issues of a Justice League vs. Suicide Squad series and Supergirl: Being Super; the 100th issue celebration of Astro City; and an action figure 3-pack from The New Batman Adventures episode […]

SDCC 2016: You Gotta Love This Batman / TMNT Crossover

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2016
DC Comics and IDW Publishing joined forces today to announce Batman is crossing over with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But not just any Batman….the best Batman! Yes, it’s Bruce Timm’s Batman from the original Animated Series. He’s looking for some escaped criminals who have made their way from Gotham to the Turtlefied version of […]

George Takei To Voice New Character in “Teeny Titans” Game

by Grant Whiteon June 20, 2016
Oh my! George Takei, famous for playing Sulu in the Star Trek franchise and his work for promoting gay rights, will be appearing as a brand new character in Cartoon Network’s new app game Teeny Titans. Based on the Teen Titans Go! animated series, Robin has become addicted to a new figure based collectable battling […]

This Week, DC Changes Its Logo Again

by Peter Paltridgeon May 17, 2016
Some things are just routine. You go to work. You wash your car. You do your laundry. And if you’re DC, you change your logo. Above is what DC will start branding its comics with, beginning with DC Universe Rebirth Special #1 on May 25. Unlike the last few, it’s got a deliberately retro punch, […]

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Toonzone Interviews Susan Eisenberg, the Voice Of Wonder Woman!

by Todd Blackon March 28, 2016
When you think of the DC Animated Universe, you think of Kevin Conroy as Batman, Mark Hamill as Joker, Michael Rosenbaum as Flash, and Susan Eisenberg as Wonder Woman. For years, Ms. Eisenberg voiced the Amazon Warrior in the legendary Justice League cartoons. She also reprised her roles in several animated movies, and even video […]

DC Publishing New Reinventions Of Classic Hanna-Barbera Characters

by Peter Paltridgeon January 28, 2016
Look out, cartoon traditionalists: DC is about to revise and revamp the most beloved cartoons of the Baby Boomer generation for the 21st century. The results have been published by Entertainment Weekly, and……If there was ever a time for George Takei to walk into the room and utter his deepest, bellowing “Oh MYYYYYYY,” it’s now. […]

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Suicide Squad Shall Be PG-13

by Peter Paltridgeon November 13, 2015
There has been an assumption among certain hardcore DC fans that the upcoming movie adaption of Suicide Squad would go for an R rating, despite the fact that every other DC movie WB has put out went out of their way to avoid that MPAA tag. Today it was confirmed the tradition will continue, and […]
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Review “Gotham” Season 1 Blu-ray – Rotten, but Not Where It Should Be

by Ed Liuon September 18, 2015
I find precious little of value in the first season of Gotham, now available in a complete season Blu-ray set. The visual design of the show is terrific; many in the ensemble and guest-starring cast turn in impressive performances; some of the episodes make for gripping, entertaining television; and… …and I’m already out of nice […]