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Static Shock, Zeta Project Season Two Come To DVD At Last

by Peter Paltridgeon February 27, 2017
In the late 2000’s pretty much anything in the DC Animated Universe would move DVD sets, and after Warner Bros. had published Batman: The Animated Series, Superman, Justice League, Justice League Unlimited and Batman Beyond, they had to start digging to come up with more. Some of the lesser-known shows that operated under the DC […]

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DC’s Experimental Mash-Up Unites Superheroes With Looney Tunes

by Peter Paltridgeon February 17, 2017
It wasn’t that long ago that DC announced some crazy experimental titles that used old Hanna-Barbera characters in radically different ways. Titles like Future Quest and Scooby Apocalypse got reactions of bafflement from the press (including from us) but when the actual books came out, they weren’t half bad. Mark Russell’s take on The Flintstones […]
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“Justice League Action” Premieres December 16, 2016, On Cartoon Network

by Peter Paltridgeon November 22, 2016
Action is finally returning to Cartoon Network — Justice League Action, that is! The moment DC fans have been waiting for will arrive December 16, 2016! Cartoon Network revealed the official launch date this afternoon, which will kick off with a four-part special. This four-part opening episode is called “Shazam Slam” and we’ve got a […]

NYCC 2016: Legends of Tomorrow Will Be Even Crazier This Year

by Peter Paltridgeon October 7, 2016
The CW’s superhero mashup known as Legends of Tomorrow will begin its second season next week. The first season started out strong but went downhill fast….will this new season be any better? The solution may not be “more superheroes,” but that’s what we’re getting. In the new season Rip Hunter and his crew travel back […]
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NYCC 2016: Behind The Scenes Of Justice League

by Peter Paltridgeon October 7, 2016
Zack Snyder’s Justice League will open in theaters late next year. We don’t know yet if it’ll be good, but we do know the entire team of six climbs a staircase at some point. Snyder and his crew just finished filming in the UK, and let loose a 90-second reel of shots from behind the […]

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How To Be Batman, By Kevin Conroy

by Peter Paltridgeon August 10, 2016
There have been many Batmen over the 75-plus years he’s existed, but the one universally beloved Dark Knight is Kevin Conroy. Conroy has now gotten to play Batman for far longer than any other actor, and in more roles than anyone else by far. What’s his secret, anyway? This is the advice he told IGN […]

Suicide Squad SDCC Attraction Now Playable At Home

by Peter Paltridgeon August 3, 2016
During SDCC something called “Squad 360: The VR Experience” was playable on the show floor. It was a 360-degree virtual reality version of a key fight scene from Suicide Squad, seen from the perspective of Harley Quinn. It was a way for the attending cosplayers to finally, authentically be Harley without getting arrested. Now you […]

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Johnny Quest Movie Looking For New Director

by Peter Paltridgeon July 29, 2016
Awhile back it was announced that Robert Rodriguez (mainly known for crazy, ultraviolent B-movies and the Spy Kids) was working with screenwriter Terry Rossio on adapting the 1960’s cartoon show Johnny Quest to the big screen. Now an article on Forbes says Rodriguez has been let go, and the project is looking for a new […]

SDCC 2016: “Kong: Skull Island” Makes The Big Ape Bigger

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
It’s been eleven years since Peter Jackson put his stamp on King Kong by making everything ten times louder and ten times longer. (I’m not a fan of that one.) As far as the rotation of classic movie characters goes, I didn’t think we’d see Kong back so early (it’s only one president later, come […]