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LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League Cosmic Clash

Review: “LEGO Justice League: Cosmic Clash” – Master Builders at Work

by Ed Liuon March 1, 2016
In my review of the last LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes DTV movie, I wished for more LEGO-centric twists mixed in with the self-consciously silly humor and stock supervillain plotting. Without delving into spoilers, I will say that there is a moment in the climax of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes – Justice League: Cosmic […]
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Movie Theater Chain Now Selling $100 Batman V. Superman Ticket

by Peter Paltridgeon February 29, 2016
Screenrant reports that Regal Entertainment Group, the largest theater chain in the US, is issuing its first ever $100 movie ticket. “I’ve heard about inflated prices, but this is ridiculous!” Rodney Dangerfield might say right now while clutching his tie — the ticket bears this price because it’s good for seeing a specific movie an […]

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The Justice League Movie Begins Shooting April 11

by Peter Paltridgeon February 22, 2016
After years of sleeping on their iconic stable of superheroes while rivals Marvel/Disney slowly built a juggernaut empire under their noses, Warner Bros/DC has finally realized they let a ton of money slip by, and they want a vast entire DC Cinematic Universe NOW NOW RIGHT NAAA-OW. That’s why the Justice League will be open […]
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Appeals Court Upholds Superman Rights

by Dan Collinson February 19, 2016
The Hollywood Reporter reports that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the decision from the rights to Superman between the estate of Jerry Siegel and Warner Brothers. On February 10, 2016, the judges have agreed that in 2001, the widow of Jerry Siegel transferred the rights to the character to Warner’s subsidiary DC […]

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How to Animate an Undead Rabbit: Jessica Borutski Talks “Bunnicula”

by Ed Liuon February 16, 2016
Like many fans, Jessica Borutski fell in love with animation by watching tons of classic animation on TV from a young age, moving on to earn a degree at Algonquin College before going on to work for the legendary John Kricfalusi at Spumco on Adult Cartoon Party. A subsequent gig at Fuel Industries led to […]

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Review: “Batman: Bad Blood” – Meet the Extended Family

by Christopher Glennonon February 9, 2016
Much like the comic book series it was based on, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox gave us a whole new continuity for the DC DTV films. The Batman corner of the universe is shaping up to be one of the strongest, and it’s pretty clear by its third outing that it’s a living, breathing entity. […]
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Review: “Bunnicula” – Vampire Bunny Doesn’t Suck

by Ed Liuon February 5, 2016
Warner Bros. Animation has been on a comedy roll of late. Teen Titans Go! may get a lot of hate from corners of the Internet, but I like its brand of madcap comedy, and Wabbit beautifully re-creates all the best elements of the classic Looney Tunes and updates them with just enough modern elements. To […]

Batman: Bad Blood

Review: “Batman: Bad Blood” But Good Movie

by Ed Liuon February 4, 2016
The latest DC direct-to-video movies have embraced continuity as a storytelling tool, and like the comic books they are loosely based on, accessibility is sacrificed for complexity as time goes on. Some stories lend themselves to larger time frames than can be comfortably shoehorned into a 90-120 minute running time, especially the kind of multi-generational […]