Next Spring Injustice: Gods Among us, the video game collaboration between DC and NetherRealm Studios, will release and right along side it DC Collectibles will be launching a new action figure line. Take the jump for more details and who the first figures will be of!
Today apparently is new movie poster day as Warner Bros. has just released the newest poster for Zack Synder’s upcoming Man of Steel film. Take the jump to behold the full image of Superman in chains with a lens flare completing the image.
Or – “Part Of Me Wants To Call Him Tom Welling, For Old Times’ Sake…”
The DC Universe is full of characters who serve as the ‘Dark Mirror’ of their hero, from Bizarro to Professor Zoom to Sinestro himself. Even Man-Bat serves as a kind of revers-o version of his primary character, which begs the question: Does EVERYONE have a backward-self? For at least one Justice Society stalwart, the answer is in these pages. Your Major Spoilers (retro) review awaits!
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have announced yet another character to appear in the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game – Deathstroke.
After the failure of the first Wonder Woman television pilot, one might think the network would go back into hiding. That’s not the case for The CW who is reported to be pushing forward with a new show called Amazon, about a warrior named Iris.
If you are going to look like a tool wearing a Snuggie, you might as well look like a cool tool, with Superhero Stuff’s Joker Costume Snuggly Sleeved Blanket.
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Or – “What’s Black And Blue And Read All Over?”
It’s weird to think about the “old” DC Universe as a whole. Both Blue Devil and Black Lightning seem to me like relatively new heroes (at least comparatively speaking) but both date back over a quarter-century. Now, the sensational character finds of 1977 and 1984 have come together in the brave new world of the New 52, for all new adventures. How do Black Lightning and Blue Devil fare? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
This is the ultimate team-up comic. Five years ago, Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman formed the Justice League to stop Apokolips’s forces from invading Earth. Now, they are the premiere team against any threat too great for one hero to handle. However, with Green Lantern quiting the team and the other members in turmoil, can the Justice League stand together?
Last month’s Batgirl heavily promoted the Death of the Family Bat-crossover, but had precious little to do with the return of the Joker. Is Batgirl #14 an essential piece of the Joker puzzle? Read this Major Spoilers review to find out.
Or – “From The First Crossover, To The Last… At Least For Now.”
Last week, I put on my Retro Goggles to look at a giant-sized blast from the past in Superman Vs. The Amazing Spider-Man. That first in-universe co-production led to more crossovers, including a proposed Justice League/Avengers crossover which went into production in 1981. Before the book could see print, though, relations between the Big Two went sour for more than two decades, but fans (and co-creator George Pérez) never lost faith, and eventually the tides of fortune shifted into favor for a new crossover. But was it worth the wait? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review awaits!
Two of the biggest characters in comic books duke it out in their own iconic cities – more than 20 years since it was first published, the epic Batman vs. Judge Dredd stories are still the most brutal crossovers in comics!
Or – “Steeling Myself For The Very Worst…”
Nearly 20 years after the fact, a portion of my comics-reading brain has yet to forgive certain creators and concepts for their roles during that Dork Age of comics. The concept of Team 7 dates back to early Wildstorm books, and served as an attempt to tie several series together, but only really succeeded in showing how seven different heroes were basically all the same guy. Will this iteration finally let the healing process begin? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!