Now the same animosity between Marvel and DC not only continues in the comics, but has moved to the movie theater and TV as well.
Yesterday, Disney XD announced it was bring Star Wars to the small screen. “Big deal,” you say? What if I told you it was LEGO Star Wars? “Again, big deal Stephen. LEGO Star Wars movies have been all over the network over the year.” Yes, that’s true, Dear Reader, but this will be a weekly series. “WHAAAAAAAA!?”
Princess Leia, the unstoppable Rebel hero featured in both the original Star Wars trilogy as well as the recent Star Wars: The Force Awakens, makes her “Star Wars Rebels” debut when an all-new episode of “Star Wars Rebels” airs WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 (9:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney XD.
February 15th will be a day of mixed feelings. The scorned will be nursing their hatred, while the lovers will be dancing in the streets. For Gravity Falls fans, that day will be very confusing on the feelings front, as we not only get a new Gravity Falls episode, but we’ll also be getting the last Gravity Falls episode.
I have to give DC Comics/Warner Bros. credit when it comes to direct-to-disc animated films. They do a great job on nearly all the movies they make this way! I could spend the rest of this column outlining the ones I love best! I have to give Bruce Timm and James Turner cudos, of course! On the other hand, Marvel abandoned this way of making movies to devote their time to animated shows on Disney XD. This past weekend their new Guardians of the Galaxy series debuted on Saturday night. I haven’t watched it yet, but it’s on the digital