Originally called The Legion of Strange, meet the misfit cast of metahumans from the DC…
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Ashley V. Robinson returns to review The Doom Patrol pilot episode only available on the DC Universe streaming service.
Robin! Superboy! Impulse! The young heroes of the DC Universe have their own team not called the Teen Titans and they’re back in a new animated series. Ready for the youngest history in the DCU?
Young Justice is a great comic as well as a great animated show. I’m partial…
This week, we take a look at Bingo, Love from Image Comics, plus we talk the end of Iron Fist, and review Titans Season 1 – Episode 01, and Exiles #9. Plus, Skrull along with us with the Poll of the Week.
I always like to tell the story of a friend of mine who, discouraged that Buffy the Vampire Slayer was leaving the airwaves, felt we should be paying for each show we like so that we can continue to get new episodes even though networks had given up on them.
Turns out he may have been way, way ahead of his time, although it turns out channels may work better than specific programs.
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If you were bummed that you live outside the United States of America, and won’t be able to get access to the DC Universe streaming service, you are in luck as Netflix will distribute the Titans series internationally when it debuts on October 12th.
Yesterday, it was announced the DC Universe Digital Streaming Service will begin service on September 15, 2018. But the question is, “What will be available on launch day?”
Did You Hear? is a weekly examination of headlines in the entertainment industry and a take on what they could mean for the future of the industry and (often), the little geeky bubble that we occupy.
The Young Justice panel concluded, and now we have our first look at Season 3, that focuses on the weaponization of the metagene.
While the Internet was all abuzz about yesterday’s release of the Titan trailer, DC Entertainment also announced a fourth live-action series headed to its streaming service – the adventures of Stargirl.
The entire 30-film set will also be available on Digital starting August 15, 2017.