This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast – The New New 52? Stables and Waid go to Riverdale, The Man in the Yellow Suit, The Lone Ranger, and Axis! Plus an apology or two…
Is everyone excited about Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox? I am – so much so that I already purchased the movie on iTunes and will be watching it over the next couple of days. For those who like physical media, the Warner Bros. Home Entertainment animated movie arrives on Blu-ray and DVD next week (July 30, 2013). The company sent us a glimpse of the movie that finds Barry Allen explaining the “Speed Force” to Batman.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will be having the world premiere of Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox tonight and the company wants to make sure everyone is good and excited for it so they have released another clip from the movie.
Now that we know Nathan Fillion and Kevin Conroy will be lending their voices to the latest DC animated feature film Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox the case cover art along with the bonus features included have been announced!
A few days back Warner Bros and DC announced the next film in their animated feature line with Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox. At the time of the announcement only part of the voice cast had been announced but now all the actors have been revealed.
DC and Warner Bros. have been rolling out the animated feature films in the past year with Part 1 and 2 of The Dark Knight Returns, Superman: Unbound is set for release this year, and now Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox has been announced. Take the jump to read the official synopsis and casting announced so far.
Or – “One Time Where I’m Glad It’s Barry Allen…” As much as I have not cared for the revamped and relaunched “Ultimate” Barry Allen, I am glad this game-changing miniseries is all about Flash II. Since he ushered in the original universal change back in ’54, it’s fitting that he be at the forefront as we do it again for a new age. But how do we get from here to there?
Or – “The Answer To The Question, ‘What If?’ “ As we wrap up the events of the Flashpoint Universe, I remember the lesson of Marvel’s What If comics of my youth: When we look at an alternate universe, things will inevitably look worse in comparison, and usually leave one or more people dead as a mackerel. Why am I reminded of this? Glad you asked…