The next Warner Bros. DC Animated movie is headed our way next week, but if you are at WonderCon you’ll be able to check out the world premiere on Saturday, March 26th. If you can’t make it to the convention, check out this sneak peek that features the Justice League taking on a possessed Weather Wizard.
There have been a lot of different incarnations of the Titans in the DC Universe, from sidekick to New Teen to ‘No Longer In Existence.’ With the Titans’ back story returning to continuity, I was reminded of the last time that the adolescent heroes reformed, pre-Flashpoint. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Teen Titans #1 awaits!
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced that fans attending WonderCon in March will get a chance to see the world premiere of the next animated movie, Justice League vs. Teen Titans.
Ever since the Flashpoint retcon, the people of the DCU have been back and forth on the question of whether or not the Teen Titans ever even existed. We, as readers, have been chalking it up to editorial indecision, but what it there has been something more sinister going on? Your Major Spoilers review of Titans Hunt #1 awaits!
Last week’s Retro Review showed us the time that the Teen Titans sorta/kinda appeared in the pages of the DNAgents. This time, we learn… …the REST… of the story. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Tales Of The Teen Titans #48 awaits!
We’ve looked at unofficial crossover before here in Retro Review corner, such as the Aquaman story that concluded in an issue of Sub-Mariner, and the wild and wacky battle between (for some values of between) The Invaders and The Freedom Fighters. But this sort of thing didn’t only happen in the wild and wacky 70s, as we’re about to find out… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of DNAgents #14 awaits!
IGN got the “scoop” (is that what they are calling it these days?) on three new Superman related books coming our way later this year that tie directly into the Convergence event.
Certain characters are recognized by everyone as representing a sea-change. Superman inspired the creation of the entire superhero genre, Batman is the source of an abundance of recurring hero tropes, Spider-Man inspired a realm of characters with human failings and personalities. But what of those characters who DON’T get the same recognition for their place in history? Welcome to Ten Things!
After infiltrating STAR Labs, Red Robin is about to get squashed by a familiar-looking foe, while his teammates rush to save him. Will they make it in time? Your Major Spoilers review of Teen Titans #4 awaits! After infiltrating STAR Labs, Red Robin is about to get squashed by a familiar-looking foe, while his teammates rush to save him. Will they make it in time? Your Major Spoilers review of Teen Titans #4 awaits! TEEN TITANS #4 Writer: Will Pfeifer Penciler: Kenneth Rocafort Colorist: Dan Brown w/ Blond and Hi-Fi Letterer: John J. Hill Editor: Mike Cotton Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price:
With DC and Warner Brothers pushing to develop their cinematic universe in a similar, but totally unique way from Marvel Studios, a lot of titles have been scheduled to take to the silver screen in upcoming years. However, taking a step away from Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, DC Comics has several astounding properties that absolutely deserve to make it to the screen in their own right. I now humbly present you with my Top Five Comic Properties Warner Bros. Needs to Develop for Movies: 5. Jeff Lemire’s Earth One Teen Titans Teen Titans just had a pilot ordered