Justice League of America
Mari McCabe has it all, money, fame, a dream job, super-powers. Sadly, even with her successes, the past still has its hooks in the hero called Vixen… Your Major Spoilers review of Justice League Of America: Vixen Rebirth #1 awaits!
What happens when the Justice League comes face to face with the supernatural? Batman will join forces with occult specialists in the new Justice League Dark animated movie.
For the longest time we thought Guillermo Del Toro would be the genius who would take on the magical forces of the DC Universe. Looks like Warner Bros. is making “smart” decisions once again by hiring someone else to helm the dark universe project.
[Movies] Teen Titans: The Judas Contract finally getting the animated adaptation we were promised #SDCC
Several years ago we were told the classic Teen Titans: The Judas Contract would be adapted into a Warner Bros. animated movie. The flick was pushed to the back burner, but now, it’s happening, and on the way in 2017.
With DC Rebirth on the way, and a new iteration of the ever-expanding, ever-evolving DCU on its way, it seemed appropriate to take a step back and assess the first time a shared-universal course-correction was necessary… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Justice League Of America #21 awaits!
The Kryptonian sun-god Rao is free on Earth, and even the Man Of Steel isn’t physically powerful enough to stop him. Can the even the combined forces of the League stop him? Your Major Spoilers review of Justice League Of America #8 awaits!
Some comics stories stick with you because they’re inarguably good, others because they’re ridiculously bad. Then there are those that stick because of unthinkably terrible body horrors inflicted upon your favorite superheroes. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Justice League Of America #130 awaits!
In an interview with The Guardian auteur Guillermo Del Toro spoke about his upcoming film Crimson Peak (hitting cinemas on Friday), and his inclination to work on more films like that, rather than pursuing Pacific Rim 2 or Justice League Dark both of which have been in developmental Hell at their respective studios. “What I can tell you quite safely is, I don’t intend to keep on doing big, giant Hollywood movies for much longer. ‘Crimson Peak’ is a great permit for me to work on a smaller scale. I mean, it’s big for a drama, but it’s a much smaller undertaking than ‘Pacific