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SDCC 2016: The Flash Borks With History

SDCC 2016: The Flash Borks With History

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
One of the pillars of the backstory on the Flash TV series is that Barry Allen lost his mother as a kid, when the Reverse Flash killed her. He had the chance to change this at the end of Season 1, but decided “no, what’s past is past and changing it would be bad.” Last […]
SDCC 2016: Darkness! No Parents! Lego Batman Trailer

SDCC 2016: Darkness! No Parents! Lego Batman Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
Once Warner Bros. released both the first Wonder Woman trailer and the first scenes with the Justice League, we figured they were tapped out. Turned out they saved the best for last. It’s the first Lego Batman trailer! Will Arnett reprises his role from The Lego Movie as the Minifigure version of the Dark Knight, […]

SDCC 2016: Watch The First Wonder Woman Trailer

SDCC 2016: Watch The First Wonder Woman Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
If you couldn’t believe it until you saw it, you can believe it now. Wonder Woman is truly getting her own movie, and the definitive proof was released by WB today. This is the first trailer…. The movie’s story opens traditionally, with soldier Steve Trevor parachuting onto the island of Themyscira and being rescued by […]
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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 […]

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SDCC 2016: Revelations from The Justice League Action Panel

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
This fall, for the first time in what feels like ages, Cartoon Network will be broadcasting costumed superheroes who don’t spend all their time goofing off and saying “Waffles.” Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and all the other iconic supers are back in Justice League Action, the latest effort from DC and WB Animation. The Justice […]
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SDCC 2016: Wonder Woman Becomes Lickable This Fall

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
Wonder Woman turns 75 this year, and in addition to her long, long, LONG overdue feature film being on the WB schedule at last, there will also be some other firsts for the Amazon princess — one will be her foray into stamps. The United States Postal Service will be issuing four different Wonder Woman […]

SDCC 2016: Meet The Suicide Squad

SDCC 2016: Meet The Suicide Squad

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
Warner Bros. has released individual trailers for each member of the Suicide Squad, the team of mentally deranged baddies who take on the jobs the government figures no one else would be crazy enough to attempt. This is a lady who needs no introduction; it’s half the reason we’re paying to see this, Margot Robbie […]
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Virtually Join The Suicide Squad At SDCC 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon July 15, 2016
Here’s another reason to be jealous of people who live close enough to make it to San Diego Comic Con: attendees will get the chance to strap on virtual reality goggles and experience part of the Suicide Squad movie from first-person. This unique way to view the film will be part of a larger Suicide […]

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Here’s What Heroes To Expect From Justice League Action

by Peter Paltridgeon June 6, 2016
After a three-year complete absence of action cartoons, Cartoon Network is finally willing to give the genre another shot with Justice League Action this fall. In some ways your favorite DC heroes won’t be the same (episodes will be 11 minutes long, not 22) and in some ways they will be (Kevin Conroy is Batman […]
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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, […]