What was Metropolis like before Superman arrived? That’s the question Warner Bros. Television hopes to answer in the upcoming 13-episode Metropolis series for the DC digital streaming service.
While we await the release of Gotham by Gaslight, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the April release of the next animated movie – Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay.
With the exception of Wonder Woman, 2017 wasn’t a great year for movies based on DC Comics, and Warner Bros. is looking to correct that going forward by hiring Walter Hamada as the new president of DC-based film production.
It is surprising how good the LEGO DC Super Hero movies are in the direct to video market, so I have high hopes for the upcoming LEGO DC Super Heroes: The Flash, that arrives on Blu-ray and DVD in March 2018.
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, the animated movie based on the Bryan Augustyn and Mike Mignola one-shot from 1989, arrives in January, and we have a new clip from the film for you to check out.
Originally we thought the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina would head to The CW, but Archie Comics has announced Netflix as picked up the show for a two season run on the online network.
This week, we take a look at the third (and final) DC Super Heroes Justice League tie-in movie set as we build and review the Flying Fox: Batmobile Airlift Attack from LEGO.
With the Justice League movie just around the corner, fans are starting to get excited about adorning their Nerd Room of Doom with figures, toys, and statues based on the movie. Fortunately, Diamond Select Toys has you covered ass the company announced the upcoming release of the DC Gallery Justice League Movie PVC Diorama collection.