On the beloved Justice League animated series, Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman and friends were meant to be the best of the best—the World’s Finest, if you will. But the cartoon also spent a lot of time showing us that the Justice League were super easy to smack about. Here’s a handy dandy supervillain’s guide to…
Damien Wayne isn’t much of a team player at the best of times, but when the Justice League gets possessed by evil aliens and he gets the chance to beat up Superman and pals? You bet he’s going to team up with the Teen Titans, in their first foray into DC’s original animation movie series.
There have been teases for months and months about DC’s cinematic take on the Justice League and how they might be involved in Batman v Superman. But a new image that’s hit social media might just be our first official look at the Justice League standing tall.
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.
It’s been one hell of a year for DC Comics. Sure, they didn’t explode their comic book universe, but the heroes and villains of DC have gone through some big changes. Last week, we caught you up with what’s going on in Marvel’s “All-New” universe, and now, it’s time to catch you up on Superman and pals.
Sure, the Superman of 2015 might be having his own problems, but in the far flung future of Justice League 3001, Superman’s only real problem is that he’s kind of a massive asshole. This week’s Justice League 3001 #6 helped resolve that problem, by bringing on a much more rounded Super-Family member to sort it out.
And said hero could also be helping to launch another spin-off. Mark Hamill drops another Star Wars hint. Familiar foes will be making their presence felt in the next season of Game of Thrones. Plus more iZombie episodes, Ryan Reynolds goofs around for Deadpool, and a new promo for Agent Carter. Spoilers now!
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.
Fitzsimmons fans are about to get their moment on Agents of SHIELD. Justice League could introduce another female superhero. The Flash teases a surprise return. Tomorrow’s episode of Doctor Who includes a weird first. Plus, James Gunn answers a ton of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 questions. Spoilers Now!
Jim Gordon’s Batman has finally joined the Justice League, as Bruce Wayne’s former allies realized that the damaged man can no longer be the Dark Knight. But what good can Gordon do in a team of gods and superpowered beings? The one thing he’s always been good at: Detective work.
In the main Justice League comic, some of DC’s preeminent superheroes have become infused with the power of gods. All that increased might hasn’t exactly changed Superman, Batman and the Flash for the better. The Dark Knight’s campaign for justice was already obsessive but, when he becomes the God of Knowledge, it…
This is how Justice League #45, out today, begins. It’s a bit of an understatement.
The poster was right! Cartoon Network Canada has confirmed that a new Justice League cartoon, titled JLA, to begin airing next fall. I think we can safely assume that Cartoon Network USA will also air the series, possibly even before its Canadian debut.
This is strange news. It’s not bad, necessarily, that Warner Bros. has decided to let Pride & Prejudice & Zombies book author and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter novelist and screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith to make his directorial debut with The Flash movie... but it does seem strange.
Guillermo Del Toro denies that Pacific Rim 2 is cancelled. Elizabeth Olsen doesn’t think there should be a Scarlet Witch solo film. Plus Gotham teases a Riddler/Penguin teamup, a familiar face returns to Daredevil, and Skull Island might become the opening salvo in a Kong/Godzilla trilogy. Spoilers Now!
A few weeks back, Steven Spielberg made headlines saying he thought superhero movies would eventually “go the way of the Western.” And now, the architect of DC, one of the biggest superhero movie worlds, says he pretty much agrees.
A Reddit user took the above photo at what appears to be a Warner Bros. Animation office of some kind. As you can see, the posters include current Cartoon Network series like Teen Titans Go, but also recently announced upcoming series such as Bunnicula and Be Cool Scooby-Doo. Then there’s a few that haven’t been…
Bruce Boxleitner says that he’s done with Tron. Stephen Amell says Arrow will never give Oliver Queen his comic book goatee. Transformers 5 gets its writers. Plus, new pictures from Batman v Superman and The Walking Dead, a new clip from Fantastic Four, and a look at the cool spaceships of The Expanse. Spoilers!