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“She-Hulk” Backlash: Why Fight When We Can Drink Their Tears? [OPINION]

Being a fanboy of pop culture can be quite toxic. Especially when you’re part of a marginalized group. Yes, comic books, films, and television shows are forms of escapism from reality and they tend to focus on protecting the underdog against the tyranny of evil… but it’s clear that that latter message gets lost when […]


Five Pages from Justice League #28 and Aquaman #50 [Preview]

Five Pages from Justice League #28 and Aquaman #50 [Preview]

Next week, DC Comics will release Justice League #28 and Aquaman #50, and before that, they’ll offer watermarked previews on media partner comic book websites. But do you want to wait that long? Thanks to a silent partner, we’ve got five pages from those two comics you can view right now. First up, two pages […]

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REPORT: “The Stand” Casts James Marsden, Amber Heard, Whoopi Goldberg, 3 More Join CBS All Access’ Stephen King Adapt

In late January 2019, CBS All Access announced that the streaming servcie had given a 10-episode limited event series order for Stephen King‘s The Stand. The new adaptation stems from director Josh Boone (The Fault In Our Stars), SEAL Team creator/executive producer Ben Cavell, and CBS Televisions Studios. Boone and Cavell are writing the adaptation, with Boone set […]

Aquaman Gets A Major Parental Issue (Aquaman #49 Spoilers)

A Very Big Change in Today’s Aquaman #49 (Spoilers)

Today sees the publication of Batman #73, Aquaman #49 and Justice League #26. And while Superman – now a parent to Jonathan Kent – has rediscovered his now-very-much-alive father Jor-El and all the complications that entail, everyone else appears to be catching up. Batman – now also a father – and now with a transdimensional […]



Aquaman Is Not Low in This Preview of Aquaman #48

Aquaman is having a pretty good time in this preview of tomorrow’s Aquaman #48. Granted, a dude who goes around like this is already clearly pretty mellow… …but in Aquaman #48, the King of the Sea takes things to the next level. Like, what’s in the bowl, man? Well, considering Aquaman is said to be […]


Aquaman One:12 Collective Figure Now Up For Preorders

Aquaman One:12 Collective Figure Now Up For Preorders

A new One:12 Collective figure of DC hero Aquaman is now up for preorder. This version of Arthur will feature scaled, soft armor, three head portraits, shoulder armor, eight pairs of interchangeable hands, his trusty trident, and the Atlantis Crown. Arthur has never looked better. You can place a preoreder at the link below, and […]

“Crisis of Infinite Luthors”: Some Thoughts on Our Lex List [POSTSCRIPT]

It’s been a really strange 48 hours… Who knew a weekend-focused opinion article deigning to rank our favorite Lex Luthors of the TV and film multiverses would cause such… appreciation??? Okay, I kinda’ did – but suddenly we had not one… not two… but three Lexes weighing in on the debate (Michael Rosenbaum, Jon Cryer, […]

'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia': So Mac and Aquaman Walk into Paddy's Pub...

‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’: So Mac and Aquaman Walk into Paddy’s Pub…

Coming off a 13th season considered by legions of fans and critics alike as one of its best, things couldn’t be better for The Gang from Paddy’s Pub. Renewed for Season 14, FXX‘s long-running sitcom It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is now tied with ABC’s The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet as longest-running live-action comedy series. […]

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Jason Momoa Prideful Post of ‘Shazam!’ Support

Jason Momoa is super proud of his Warner Bros. Pictures, DC Comics cohort Zachary Levi and isn’t afraid who knows it. In a post to his Instagram, Momoa poses with the Shazam! poster, mimicking Levi’s signature lean (minus the bubble gum), and sings his prideful praise of the film and crew:   View this post on Instagram […]

There Will Be No Director’s Cut of Aquaman

The DC movies are starting to get a bad reputation. The idea seems to be; release a shorter cut in theaters and then release an extended cut on home release. While extended cuts can be fine it’s not a good thing when a good portion of your movies end up needing one. Aquaman is already […]

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Warner Bros. Is Not Pressuring the Aquaman 2 Team to Rush the Sequel

It seems that Warner Bros. might have finally learned a lesson. There is nothing to be gained from a project that is rushed. You need to give your filmmakers time to craft their worlds and if you don’t the movie could end up a mess. It’s how the script for Suicide Squad was written in […]

Aquaman Producer Thinks The Trench Could Be Released Before Aquaman 2

When Warner Bros. announced their intentions to make a spin-off movie based on the Trench characters from Aquaman, fan reaction was a strange combination of surprised and not surprised. At this point, the movie was a certified smash hit with a worldwide box office of over a billion dollars. We knew a sequel was on […]

Aquaman 2 Snags a December 2022 Release Date

To the surprise of exactly no one, Warner Bros. is moving ahead with Aquaman 2 in a big way and have given the movie a release date. According to Deadline Warner Bros. and DC have decided to see if lightning can strike twice and Aquaman 2 will open on December 16, 2022. Much in the […]

‘Candyman’ Reimagining Finds its Candyman in Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

Jordan Peele has found his Candyman. Next years “spiritual sequel” from the Get Out producer has found its star in Yahya Abdoul-Mateen II, who played Aquaman villain Black Manta in last years mega-hit. Nia DaCosta will direct. No word yet on if original Candyman star Tony Todd will make an appearance, although it feels like […]

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‘Escape Room’ Sequel is Coming in April 2020

Escape Room is getting a sequel. The January film will see a second installment hitting theaters on April 17, 2020. Adam Robitel will return to direct the next installment, bringing with him writer Bragi F. Schut and producer Neal H. Moritz. No word on who from the cast from the original film might be back, […]

That Time the Ocean Had Sex with Itself in Tomorrow’s Aquaman #45

Creation myths vary from culture to culture, often containing themes that can feel quite mysterious with thousands of years of history between us, modern, sophisticated humans, and these products of primitive cultures. But in a preview of tomorrow’s Aquaman #45, we see a creation myth from the DC Universe which has a primal quality we […]