Is This the New Superman?
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on June 9, 2011 under Comics, News
While the full details on what DC is doing to Superman won't be revealed until this weekend, some interesting images have leaked out showing the Super-family in the upcoming DC reboot. In addition to a Superboy and Supergirl image, comes this one of Superman in a familiar, yet different, costume. It's known that elements of the Superman costume from Action Comics #1 fall under DC's on-going leg... more.
First Look at Walking Dead Season 2
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Comics, News
While blurry spy shots of the filming of Walking Dead Season 2 have been leaking out, AMC has released the first official look at some new zombies. The second season is filming right now, most recently on a freeway set with lots of abandoned cars. You can see a spy shot of the set here. The picture released by ... more.
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Green Lantern: Emerald Knights Review
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on June 8, 2011 under Comics, News, Reviews
The DC Universe animated movies that go direct to DVD and BluRay are easily the best Superhero movies being produced right now. Batman: Under the Red Hood, All Star Superman, Justice League: New Frontier, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, and Green Lantern: First Flight are all well superior to any live action comic book movie being released in theaters. With the live action Green Lantern movie due in ... more.
New Green Lantern Clips
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on June 7, 2011 under Comics, Videos
To get people hyped up for next week's release of Green Lantern, Warner has released some new clips. A couple are set on Earth, while the Lantern-specific ones are really great. In the Oa clip you get to see Hal flying for the first time, which is really cool, and the Parallax clip shows off some of the constructs he creates with the ring. I know there was some earlier concern that there wouldn't ... more.
The Time Travelling Ending to Flashpoint Revealed!
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on June 3, 2011 under Comics, Pics
So now we know how Flashpoint ends. The Flash travels back in time and becomes the first President of the United States and ends up with his mug on the one dollar bill!... more.
6 Questions About the DC Comics Reboot
4 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Comics, Featured, Lists
DC shocked the comic book world this week when they revealed a staggering company-wide reboot of just about every title. They've said that costumes and origins will change for many characters, and most will be younger versions of the characters we're familiar with. Below you'll find some of the questions that have been swirling around in our heads since they made that announcement. Superman ... more.
Flashpoint #2 Review
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on June 2, 2011 under Comics, News, Reviews
Even though we know the DC Universe is going to see a big reboot in September, this summer is going to show exactly how that comes to be via Flashpoint. The second issue really puts the focus back on Barry, who a lot of people complained was too much in the background in the debut. There's a small bit introducing both Aquaman and Wonder Woman, but the majority of the issue picks up right where the... more.
Fear Itself #3 Review
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on June 1, 2011 under Comics, Reviews
Marvel's 2011 crossover, Fear Itself, started off so promising with its first two issues. With issue three, it's obvious that Marvel is back to its same old, current movie-conforming, ways. If you're unfamiliar with this, Marvel tends to make big changes to their books so they more closely match whatever movie is in theaters that summer. For example, they gave the comic Spidey organic webshooters,... more.
Green Lantern: Care Bear Corps Stares Down September
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Comics, News
After yesterday's bombshell about the DC Universe being rebooted, people have been wondering exactly what those 50 new #1 issues will be. We know there's a Justice League #1 (by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee), and it's extremely safe to assume there will be new #1s for Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, and all the other popular DCU characters. Still, 50 books are a lot. A lot more th... more.