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The status-quo shattering Superman storyline 'Truth' continues, as the depowered Man of Steel comes face-to-face with Gotham's new Dark Knight... and let's just say they don't exactly get along. Hit the jump to read a preview of Greg Pak and Ardian Syaf's Batman/Superman #22.
This is the my DC fan cast with Young Justice and Teen Titan members. My last fan cast got mixed or negative comments from CBM users due to me using actors from the movie and TV universes or not being well laid out. I'm one of the few that feel both universes should co exist along with creating my own format. I respect users rights to their opinion so please be kind in the comments.
San Diego Comic-Con's highly anticipated DC panel is almost upon us, so before any more big reveals render my thoughts & speculation on the matter obsolete, I thought I'd share an extensive list of things I expect out of the DCCU. Come check it out!
Just last week we saw the release of the final game in the Batman: Arkham series in Batman: Arkham Knight. Now the developers behind Batman: Arkham Origins are working on a new DC game. Click to check it out.
Apparently Warner Bros. will keep their DC superheroes (Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman etc) but Vertigo properties that are considered "subversive" such as Joseph Gordon Levitt's upcoming Sandman adaptation and the long gestating Dark Universe will fall under the New Line banner...
♫ "Summer, summer, summertime." ♫ Summer is here people and Superhero Stuff has some great items to get you through all those family vacation car rides and lazy Summer afternoons.
DC Comics' fearsome Bounty Hunter, Lobo, has been recreated down to the last detail by the awesome people at sideshow collectibles! Check out some very nice photos of this incredible new figurine and let us know what you think!
This is a movie pitch like you've never seen before. What would be the perfect Green Lantern movie? Hit the jump to find out how Kong sees it. Featuring character profiles, a plot synopsis, casting, and more, this is not an article you want to miss.
TV has superhero fever and DC is a big part of that. The DC TV universe is expanding. Arrow has spawned a number of spinoffs and helped usher in a new television universe. Not only are more DC shows coming to the CW, but also other networks. DC properties are a hot commodity right now. The expansion of DC's television world raises some thoughts. Which characters should get his/her own show? The Question is a character I think everyone should consider.
Stephen Amell and Marc Guggenheim take to social media to give fans a taste of season four, including more focus on Team Arrow.
Told from the perspective of the DC Trinity, this story delves into the differing ideology of each hero as they face an extraordinary and threatening foe.
Now without his father by his side, Damian Wayne has launched out into the world to forge his own destiny, with Batman and Robin's Patrick Gleason taking the young Robin on a journey across the globe. Hit the jump to read a preview of tomorrow's action-packed first issue!
Ranking of the top THIRTY animated versions of the Dark Knight. SPOILERS for all the shows and films listed.
JUSTICE LEAGUE WAR OF DARKSEID in LEGO form!
DC Animation has been a dominate force for many years. Whether it be in film or TV, the animation division rarely, if ever, fails. But, in recent years, DC animation has been quite absent on the TV side of things. And the DC animated movies projects have been mixed in terms of quality. I think its time for a revisit to greatness. The DC Animated Universe (DCAU) was the epitome of excellent animation for DC. It needs to return.
Take a look back at the movie that kicked off the Nolanverse on its 10 year anniversary.
More Marvel and DC drawings.
Ranking the Man of Steel's greatest animated appearances. SPOILERS for all shows and films listed
Which superhero movie cemented itself atop the genre this season?
The The Dark Knight Rises actor offers another update on the planned adaptation of Neil Gaiman's comic series: "If you examine [Sandman] from the broad strokes, there is sort of a beginning, middle and end, but it was written in such this episodic way. It’s not like adapting a graphic novel."
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