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SDCC 2017: Previews From The CW’s Superhero Lineup

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2017
What’s happening this season in The CW’s ever-expanding line of DC-based programs? We’ve got the full scoop on three of them, including their SDCC trailers. Care to watch? If it’s goofy fun you want, Legends of Tomorrow delivers. Both Arrow and The Flash had lousy third seasons and it was partly because they started taking […]
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SDCC 2017: The Justice League’s Latest Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2017
Ready for the latest Justice League trailer? This one is a whopping four minutes long and holds a not-very-shocking emphasis on Wonder Woman. But we also get extended peeks at the newcomers — how are Aquaman, Flash and Cyborg? As the trailer begins, Superman is presumed dead and Batman is missing. After the events of […]

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SDCC 2017: Steven Universe: Save The Light Introduces Squaridot

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2017
Today the Steven Universe panel took place at SDCC. TZ was present at the panel and a full write-up will be posted later. We did not get a new trailer for upcoming episodes, but we did get something to watch anyway: a new trailer for Save The Light, the upcoming Steven game for Playstation 4 […]
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SDCC 2017: Early Details And Art From Young Justice Season 3

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2017
Fans of DC animation had their dreams come true last year when a third season of Young Justice was finally greenlit by Warner Bros. Now, thanks to SDCC, we have the full Season 3 team roster and character images. The season is still a work in progress and according to producer Greg Weisman, they’re still […]

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SDCC 2017: Shazam Added To DC Movie Schedule; Releases 2019

by Peter Paltridgeon July 20, 2017
News from Warner Bros. and DC: Shazam will soon join the ranks of DC superheroes with their own movies, and it’ll happen sooner than you think! Delays have hit several movies in development on the DC schedule, so Shazam has been fast-tracked into an earlier position. The movie will be filmed in early 2018 and […]
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All 30 DC Universe Animated Movies To Be Sold In One Package

by Peter Paltridgeon June 29, 2017
Given that the DC Universe series of animated movies has been going on for ten years now, with multiple features released to video per year, how many films would you guess it’s amassed? The answer is thirty (including the upcoming Batman and Harley Quinn)….but where would newcomers start? Perhaps they can start with everything, now […]

Wonder Woman Director Patty Jenkins Appears On Conan

by Peter Paltridgeon June 9, 2017
After many failed attempts over the last few years, Warner Bros. finally has its first commercial and critical hit from the modern DC Movie Universe. Last night Conan invited the “wonder woman” who made it possible, director Patty Jenkins, to sit on his lounger. if you missed the episode, here’s the entire interview delivered in […]
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Review: “Wonder Woman: Commemorative Edition” Is Epic, But Not Empowering

by Neo Yion June 2, 2017
Building a plot around gender politics is always going to require a delicate balance. It’s inevitable that an origin story with Wonder Woman is going to have some complication between the secluded women-only island she lives in versus the outer world where, gasp, men live. In the right hands, this can present an interesting, fair […]

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“LEGO DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain” Coming to Digital HD July 25 and DVD August 8, 2017

by Ed Liuon June 2, 2017
SUPERGIRL, WONDER WOMAN, BATGIRL & FRIENDS SEARCH FOR THEIR STOLEN MEMORIES WHEN WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT, DC ENTERTAINMENT & THE LEGO® GROUP PRESENT LEGO® DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: BRAIN DRAIN ON DIGITAL HD JULY 25 and DVD AUGUST 8, 2017 BURBANK, CA (June 1, 2017) – Missing memories provide an intriguing mystery for everyone’s favorite […]
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Here’s The New Trailer For Batman And Harley Quinn

by Peter Paltridgeon May 25, 2017
DC’s direct-to-video animated superhero films have been a pretty healthy business venture for them. There have been 29 created to date, and the 30th will hit this summer. Appropriate enough for the occasion, it’s a throwback adventure starring the original Batman from the 1992 classic TV series that started it all. In Batman and Harley […]