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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, […]
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Harley Quinn Movie In Development At WB

by Peter Paltridgeon May 16, 2016
Warner Bros. is preparing to rev up their Harley in a big way. Suicide Squad, the feature film where Harley Quinn will make her movie debut, hasn’t even come out yet, but the studio is already looking beyond it, planning to spin off the Clown Princess of Crime into her own feature. Margot Robbie won’t […]

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Darwyn Cooke Passes Away At The Age Of 53

by Peter Paltridgeon May 14, 2016
Yesterday we reported that celebrated comic artist Darwyn Cooke had gone into palliative care following an advanced and aggressive stage of cancer. Unfortunately, those cells had him by the throat and he did not last another 24 hours. “We regret to inform you that Darwyn lost his battle with cancer early this morning at 1:30 […]
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Darwyn Cooke Being Treated For Aggressive Cancer

by Peter Paltridgeon May 13, 2016
Darwyn Cooke is one of the coolest artists in the comic book industry, with a slick art-deco style that’s very appealing. His retro miniseries Justice League: The New Frontier was one of DC’s most popular modern efforts, and was turned into an animated movie in 2008. And now we’re in danger of losing him. This […]

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The Rumors Are True: Supergirl Is Moving To The CW

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2016
The announcement came from Warner Bros. Television this afternoon: Supergirl has been renewed for a second season, but that season will air on The CW, not CBS. Supergirl was originally pitched to The CW but they turned it down. While it registered as the #1 new CBS drama and the fourth most popular new show […]
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“Batman V Superman” Star Jesse Eisenberg To Attend May MCM London Comic Con

by Grant Whiteon May 6, 2016
He’s known for trying to get legendary heroes to meet up and now fans will have the chance to meet him. Jesse Eisenberg, who plays Lex Luthor in Warner Brothers/DC’s recent Batman V Superman will be attending the Sunday of this month’s MCM London Comic Con. Eisenberg, also known for roles in films including The […]

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Supergirl Could Be Renewed, But Not In Its Present Form

by Peter Paltridgeon May 5, 2016
Supergirl, CBS’s big entry into the growing field of superhero TV, debuted strong last fall, but its numbers gradually settled into average territory. While those ratings would still good enough for any average CBS program, these aren’t ordinary circumstances — its price tag is around $3 million an episode. The more expensive a show is, […]
New Suicide Squad Trailer Brings The Crazy

New Suicide Squad Trailer Brings The Crazy

by Peter Paltridgeon April 11, 2016
Last night during the MTV Movie Awards, the new trailer for WB’s Suicide Squad premiered. A slightly longer version was then made available online. You know what to do, but before you hit that window, crank the volume up. You’ll be glad we told you to…. The Suicide Squad promo campaign takes obvious cues from […]

Deleted Batman V Superman Scene Hints At Darkseid

Deleted Batman V Superman Scene Hints At Darkseid

by Peter Paltridgeon March 28, 2016
Normally you have to wait for the home video release to see these kinds of things, but not this time: a deleted scene from Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is now on YouTube. The clip was put online by Warners themselves. The deleted scene is a spoiler for the film’s plot, so if you’re […]
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Batman V Superman Will Have An R-Rated Cut, But Is It Necessary?

by Peter Paltridgeon March 18, 2016
When Batman V Superman is released on home video later this year, there will be a special edition that’s a whopping 30 minutes longer (bringing the runtime to three hours) and it will boast an R rating, instead of the theatrical cut’s PG-13. Undoubtedly a response to Fox’s Deadpool, but people might be curious what […]