Breaking news out of H’wood today – Warner Bros. has hired Gal Gadot to play Wonder Woman in Batman vs. Superman.
To this day, I still can’t believe that Arrow is a show on The CW! Normally, programs on that channel are much more focused on relationships among teens and post-teens. Arrow, on the other hand, has its share of dialogue, but the action and the stories keep me gripped from episode to episode. This week, Barry Allen appears, and I can’t wait to see how they handle this hero-to-be.
Then, too, Netflix is bringing Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist to live-action drama. And the Marvel movies are doing well at the box office.
Downloadable content is a huge part of the gaming industry, with game like Borderlands 2 releasing new content over a year after the initial game launched. It comes as no surprise that Batman: Arkham Origins will have DLC also, but what might be surprising is that players won’t be controlling Batman through this extra content.
I’m going to be honest: When J.H. Williams left Batwoman, I initially left with him. But lately, I’ve been wondering where Kate Kane is in the greater scheme of the New 52, and decided to check in on our mighty Batwoman to catch up, just in time for Zero Year… Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Entertainment reporter, Tim Estiloz interviews Pete Marston, the son of William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman. Pete Marston talks about his father’s creation – and, shows his massive collection of Wonder Woman memorabilia, one of the largest in the world. Video produced, shot and edited by Tim Estiloz. www.TimEstiloz.com
Some time ago, we looked at the Superman story that had the great misfortune to come out in the days immediately following the assassination of President Kennedy fifty years ago this week. What you may not know is, that tale wasn’t the only Kennedy-related story that DC had on tap in those heady days of 1963, and the story of the second one is as interesting as the first. Your Major Spoiler (retro) review awaits!
Variety broke news last night that Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are producing a comic book movie for Warner Bros.
Harley fans rejoice! The crazy lady now has an ongoing series in the New 52 and readers are introduced with this week’s zero issue written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner with a staggering amount of artists. Major Spoilers finds out if this will be worth your hard earned money or a cancellation waiting to happen. Oh and there’s that little thing about Harley killing herself as well.
We were told about his appearance over the summer, but here’s a trailer with the first look at Barry Allen and a hint at what his future holds.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: The Doctor is in the house, we take a six week look at DC’s 52, Xbox games are played, and comics are reviewed.
Jason Inman likes to read comics, and this week he read all the DC Comics published.
Batman: Zero Year reaches a new level as The Riddler sends Gotham City into total darkness! “Dark City” begins in this issue that features an appropriately darkened and embossed cover.