This week on Arrow, everything went down. Read on for my take on the episode!
SPOILERS AHEAD! In the latest episode of Arrow, "Seeing Red" It was teased(might as well say confirmed) that Oliver has a child. I'll explain why I believe his child is Connor Hawke, and how he could be presented on the show at an increased aged.
Actor Martin Freeman (The Hobbit) has hinted at the possibility of a special, one-off episode of the hit TV show Sherlock. Though it may never go ahead, he has high hopes that creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat can work it out.
Who will win this war: Deadpool (Marvel Knights) or Deathstroke (DC Universe)? VOTE/DISCUSS NOW!
ALSO: Who won last week-Lobo (DC) or Ghost Rider (Marvel)? Hit the jump to find out!
I have opened up a facebook page due to the fact that people suggested it, and now people can be updated with new posts.
Courtesy of DC All Access and DC Entertainment, we now have a full look at the Batman 75th Anniversary Panel from WonderCon 2014. Check out the full panel featuring Kevin Conroy, Jim Lee, Bruce Timm, Peter Girardi, Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman!
Who should play who in the upcoming Sinister Six film? I have the answers!
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Marvel's latest event kicked off this week, but the teaser posters keep rolling in. Two more have been unveiled, with one featuring a potential new Spider-Man character and the other hinting at Thor and Loki's sister. Hit the jump to check it out.
MRSTARLORD THE BOSS A** B*TCH IS BACK with more art. Check it out
Alex Hunter's quick and painless top ten comic book movies.
Zombieland, Deadpool, and GI Joe: Retaliation writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick looks set to write Sony's live-action adaptation of the yet-to-be-released Watch Dogs video game. Check it out...
If Marvel made a Captain Britain movie this is how I think he should look, staring Tom Hardy as the titular character (photoshop poster)
This short list shows my 4 favorite CBMs. Check it out!
The actress that plays Peter Parker's Aunt May in Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man series recently revealed on the Late Show with David Letterman that she didn't actually see either the original movie or it's sequel. Check it out...