The same way you really only buy sugary breakfast cereals for the smattering of marshmallows they include, this $20 tin of Justice League paperclips is still worth every last penny even if you toss all but the ten Batman clips it comes with.
We live in a golden age of superhero television. Hits like The Flash, Agent Carter, Arrow, and Agents of SHIELD dominate our TV screens. We champion them for their ability to bring some of the most mind-melting comic book sagas to TV—but one show did it all before them, nearly a decade ago: Justice League Unlimited.
In the wake of DC’s recent god-based shenanigans as part of the Justice League comic’s Darkseid War event, we’ve been getting one-off issues exploring how each League member has been dealing with their newfound godhood. In Green Lantern’s case though, his issue ended up showing how much better Hal is without it.
Hollywood has a few failure modes when it tries to adapt classic fairytales and fantasy stories for the umpteenth time. And one of the main ones is, “Let’s tell the origin story that’s never been told before.” Pan is the latest fantasy prequel to show why this is a bad idea.
Tucked away in-between the stunning Batman V. Superman footage and the first look at the Suicide Squad movie (which has yet to be released, grumble) was the announcement that a Green Lantern Corps movie will be released in 2020.
The worlds of DC and Star Trek combine this week, but it’s not all that’s going on in the latest new comics. Marvel goes to the Wild West in a new batch of Secret Wars miniseries, DC takes on Max himself in another Mad Max tie-in, Boy scouts take on the apocalypse, Time cops solve time crimes, and much, much, more!
We’re already getting casting rumors for Star Wars Episode VIII. Chris Pine has been offered not one, but two DC roles. Henry Cavill thinks there’s a future for Superman-only Man of Steel sequels. A bizarre commercial offers us our first sound of’s Thing speaking. Plus more Ant-Man footage. So many Spoilers!
Arnold Schwarzenegger talks up the next Conan movie. The Mother of Dragons is divided on a certain Game of Thrones character’s fate. Gotham casts another comic book villain. Plus, more The Force Awakens casting, more Fantastic Four footage, and teasers for what’s to come on Hannibal and The Flash. Spoilers now!
DC has refreshed its stable of comics once again, putting its characters in new situations— and most of them have gotten a new look to celebrate. But as usual with superhero makeovers, some are less successful than others. So we’re going to put on our fashion-hats and rate what’s hot and what’s not in the DC Universe!
Could Chris Pine join the DC movieverse in a role different than what we previously thought? Plus, teasers for Wayward Pines and Penny Dreadful, and Arnold Schwarzenegger cuts his own Terminator Genisys trailer. Spoilers are here!
Schwarzenegger fights Schwarzenegger in a Terminator Genisys clip. Who could be worthy enough to lift Thor’s hammer in Captain America: Civil War? Michael Keaton and David Tennant are returning to comic book adaptations. Plus, our first hints for Person of Interest season five. Spoilers Now!
So last time, we examined the crossovers in the Golden Age between National Comics and All-American Comics before they were merged to create, essentially, DC Comics. (They wouldn’t officially call themselves “DC Comics” until 1977. Before that, they would brand their comics as “A Superman DC Production” or simply “A…
Well, again, that is. Long ago DC Direct, before they were relaunched as the current DC Collectibles, made a series of 7” scale Justice League action figures based on the artwork of the iconic comic book artist Alex Ross. Missed out the first time? Good news! They’re back, with shiny new repaints in tow.
There’s big changes coming to the world of DC as the New 52 era finally comes to a close. Last week we got a glimpse of what was to come with the new, heavily armored Batman, and now 10 more preview comics have been released, teasing the futures of Superman, Aquaman’s new costume and more.
DC may be in the middle of its big crossover event Convergence right now, but in a few months everything will change as the company reshuffles its publishing line. Want a sneak peek? DC have released 10 standalone free comics teasing the new Batman, a new outfit for Starfire, and much more.
Superhero comics are full of death-defying action... that sometimes results in actual death. And for every epic, brilliant final stand, there's a death that's less than satisfying. There are plenty of candidates for the worst superhero and villain deaths of all time. But here are the 10 stupidest ways that…
Greetings, my fine, feathered something starting with "F"! Much like you guys in distant 2015, we celebrate April Fools' Day here in my post-apocalyptic future. Of course, nowadays "celebrate" means "murder anyone caught making crap up", but I'm pretty sure this tradition has its origin in your time...
Sideshow Collectible's latest 1:6 gives us a whole new Hal Jordan to gawp at... but maybe perhaps that's because he's got to be the first Green Lantern figure in a while to show up in sparkly spandex.
When you've been around as long as DC Comics, there's plenty of iconic moments in comic book history to choose from for a series of cool looking statues. But that said, I'm not entirely sure how the addition of wobbly spring-loaded bits makes them look any better.
When rumors surfaced earlier this week that Star Trek actor Chris Pine could be donning the Green Lantern's ring in an upcoming movie, artist BossLogic decided to see what the actor would look like with the green mask. With a little photo manipulation, BossLogic created this mock movie poster.