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Warner Bros Leads Off With Batman V. Superman At 2015 Comic Con In San Diego

by Alex Beanon July 1, 2015
Warner Bros. will not only be leading off their panel at the 2015 Comic Con in San Diego with their signature superhero movie – “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” – but will also be bringing four more stars from the film than they did last year. IN addition to director, Zack Snyder, Ben Affleck […]


Batman Unlimited Animal Instincts

Review: "Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts" Blu-ray - A Decently Wild Time

by Ed Liuon May 29, 2015
Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts is fine, fun, and diverting entertainment that brings DC’s Dark Knight to a younger audience, even if it has a few flaws that are difficult to overlook. Like Batman Beyond, Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts throws Batman into a futuristic Gotham and seems to have been inspired largely from a new line […]
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"Sin City" Director Set to Direct Live-Action "Jonny Quest" Movie

by Dan Collinson May 27, 2015
Superhero Hype has reported that Robert Rodriguez, director of such films as Sin City, Spy Kids, and Machete, will direct the live-action version of the classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon Jonny Quest for Warner Bros. The film will be based on the cartoon that aired on ABC back in 1964 dealing with Jonny, the son of research scientist […]

ThunderCats

Review: "ThunderCats (2011)" Blu-ray - Thunder...THUNder...BLUDERC...ahh, Forget It

by Weathermanon May 19, 2015
In the not so distant past someone had the idea to revive the ThunderCats for a new era. It would be bold and breathtaking, with amazing animation from the best hands in Japan and the kind of story fans of the show always wanted. None of annoying Snarf factor that occasionally made the older show […]
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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. […]

Teen Titans Go Brain Food

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 […]