The “Forever Evil” event has certainly shaken things up in the DCU, and a new miniseries debuted this week that I expect will clear up some of the questions readers have had about what’s going on with several characters.
Following the release of the animated adaptation of Flashpoint, the next direct-to release from the DC Universe had to be the Justice League Origin story as told in the pages of the New 52. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, released the first trailer for the movie, that you can check out, after the jump.
If you listen to the latest edition of the Major Spoilers Podcast, you will hear us briefly discuss Li’l Dynamites and the other kid-aged superhero titles and where that craze all started. As it would happen, later after recording I was surfing the net, as my grandparents call it, and came across a kid-aged Justice League art piece! Check out the cuteness after the jump!
The mysteries of Earth-3 are slowly being revealed in DC’s New 52, and this issue clears up some of them.
Geoff John’s latest DC comics brain child, Trinity War, comes to an end with the latest issue of Justice League. How does the first event of the New 52 end up in a world where even Valiant is doing company wide crossovers? Find out after the jump! Warning: spoilers below.
It’s no secret that Marvel has ran the tables on the live action superhero feature films, but DC has continued to put out captivating animated features that go straight to digital distribution and Blu-Ray. Because of that, I would highly suggest that DC takes a look at what Hoang Huy Ha has done with the design of the Justice League for a future film or, better yet, a kids television series.
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.
The Trinity War crossover is slowly coming together. It all started when Pandora appeared in issues of the new 52, and from there it branched into developing the storylines of Justice League, Justice League Dark, and Justice League of America. These all lead up to the Trinity War after the Justice League’s satellite headquarters is bought down by Despero. Meanwhile, Amanda Waller and Steve Trevor gather their own Justice League of America to counter an out-of-control Justice League. With these explosive elements assembled, it is only a matter of time before something triggers their confrontation.
This week, Jason takes a long gander at Justice League #22, the issue that kicks off Trinity War.
What happens when three super groups bump into each other? As Bugs Bunny would say, “Of course you realize, this means war!” This series focuses on the woman who may be behind the Trinity War!
Have you ever wanted to pit Cyborg up against Nightwing? Or see how horribly Doomsday would beat up Green Arrow? Or even just beat the aqua out of Aquaman? Well, then it’s a good thing Injustice: Gods Among Us came out last week, and a Major Spoilers Review awaits you after the jump.