Eighteen months in the make, Ripper: A Batman Fan Film takes Batman to the time of gaslights and foggy London Town, as the sleuth investigates Jack the Ripper.
DC Entertainment has released a new animated DC Super Hero Girls shot that puts Bumblebee front and center a Hero of the Month.
I always like to point out that this is a tough time for Superman. He’s incredibly powerful as well as unbelievably moral. You just KNOW he’s going to do the right thing all the time. That can make for dull reading sometimes! One of the best things to come out of Convergence was Superman coming to The New 52 universe with his wife Lois and their son. That book did very well on many levels, so it made sense for DC to continue their story in DCYou!
DC Comics has announced it is rebooting Scooby-Doo, and in the process it is also bringing comic readers the adventures of Johnny Quest, The Flintstones, and Space Ghost.
Top Five Batman Stories Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five. Everything is better with Batman, including this week’s Top Five where we share our favorite Batman stories!
The Reverse-Flash is back! What does this mean for Barry? Who the heck is Eobard Thawne? How do the events of this week’s episode tie into the comic book source material? Fortunately, you have Flashback to fill in the bits.
IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! #NCBD The best day of the week just got a lot better with a new round of awesome comics arriving in stores this week. Staff members at Major Spoilers are here to help you with your comic book selection this week, with their roundup of comics they recommend.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: We finally share our thoughts on Jessica Jones, review Conan the Avenger #22, Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death #1, Pep Digital #178, and the Adventures of Supergirl #1. Plus, we share our favorite shows of the spring! Comic Bento is the original graphic novel subscription box! Each Comic Bento contains at least $50 worth of surprise graphic novels from both the biggest creators in comics and the unsung indie heroes. Plans start as low as $17.50 a month, plus shipping & handling, and brings you a new theme each month with
Two new television commercial spots dropped over the weekend, one using the tag “The Bat is dead” that we’ve heard before, and the other asking us to count the dead. Both offer a lot of new footage not previously seen, so it’s worth making the jump to see them for yourself.
Next month, artist Kim Jung Gi, provides variant covers for Wonder Woman #49, Superman/Wonder Woman #26 and Justice League: Darkseid War Special #1. Best of all, the connect form a giant image.