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Justice League Dark Available NOW for DC Universe Online

DC Universe Online is still running strong, 8 years after its initial release. Bringing the world of DC Comics to life with a massive multiplayer experience, with players being able to create their own super-heroes to fight alongside DC favorites like Batman and Green Lantern. Now, there’s a whole new reason to log in to […]

Justice League Dark Coming to DC Universe Online in March 2019

Daybreak Games announced today that a new episode of DC Universe Online will be coming in March, this one focused on Justice League Dark. Some of the new and returning heroes coming to the mix will include Zatanna, John Constantine, Mordru, Doctor Fate, Felix Faust, and Shazam. This will be a large-scale episode, with level-agnostic event […]

Remember When Guillermo del Toro Tried to Make ‘Justice League Dark’?

Every so often, a project that is just too perfect for words ends up not happening due to unforeseen circumstances and we get robbed of the resulting project- like Guillermo del Toro‘s Justice League Dark film for Warner Bros. Pictures. It would have been the perfect fit for the Oscar-winning director to step back into superheroes- a […]

Justice League Dark #2 cover by Alvaro Martinez Bueno, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson

Justice League Dark #2 Review: The Fate of Magic in the DC Universe

Zatanna and Swamp Thing return to the Hall of Justice to help Wonder Woman, Detective Chimp, and Man-Bat fight off the magic users resurrected by the Otherkin. They barely survive, and Zatanna points the new Justice League Dark in the direction of the Tower of Fate for answers. The team will seek aid from Doctor […]

Hellblazer #24 cover by Tim Seeley and Chris Sotomayor

Hellblazer #24 Review: A Mixed Bag Representative of Constantine Himself

John Constantine is at the mercy of a mob boss’ spirit in the body of an ex-girlfriend. Burke Day is in the body of Margaret Ames, and the Huntress incapacitated across the room. This looks like it maybe it for the old Hellblazer as Burke sucks the soul from John’s body. Constantine has one more […]

Justice League Dark #1 cover by Alvarez Martinez Bueno, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson

Justice League Dark #1 Review: Breaking Out the Gate with a Great Issue

Zatanna is amid a magic show when one of her spells turns on her, unleashing something horrid in the theater. Wonder Woman arrives to give aid and extends an offer to Zatanna to join her in a team dedicated to fixing Earth’s magic. Zatanna declines, and Diana goes to the Oblivion Bar. She finds a […]

Justice League Dark #3 Will Show What Happens When You Meddle with Magic

We already know that in Justice League Dark #3, written by James Tynion IV with art by Raúl Fernández and Alvaro Martinez, Wonder Woman discovers a new power, as the issue’s solicit tells us: Wonder Woman! Swamp Thing! Zatanna! Man-Bat! Um…Detective Chimp! The JL Dark team may not be strong or deep enough to stop the […]


The Demon: Hell is Earth #5 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor

The Demon Hell is Earth #5 Review: Fun but Nearing Repetitive

Belial readies himself for his global takeover as Etrigan the Demon, Jason Blood, Madame Xanadu, and Merlin finally near the tear between Hell and Earth. As has often been the case, several lower demons are standing in the way of our heroes. Unfortunately, Belial still has some tricks up his sleeve to which our heroes […]

Matt Ryan John Constantine

Could Matt Ryan Play John Constantine on Fox’s Lucifer?

Matt Ryan certainly seems to have made the character of John Constantine his own. After his 13-episode turn as DC’s chain-smoking sorcerer on the short-lived NBC series Constantine, the actor was tapped to reprise the role on the CW with an appearance in season 4 of Arrow. That led to an appearance on DC’s Legends […]

Demon: Hell is Earth #4 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor

Demon: Hell is Earth #4 Review: What Lies at the Heart of the Demon?

Belial awaits the return of his son along with his companions, and Etrigan the Demon, Jason Blood, Xanadu, and Merlin wander across the Hell wastes that now stretch across Death Valley. Numerous demonic creatures lurk in the shadows, and our heroes may not be able to withstand the punishment. The plot structure of this issue […]

The Demon: Hell is Earth #3 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Lee Loughridge

The Demon: Hell Is Earth #3 Review: Occult Family Bonding

The young girl who Etrigan the Demon toasted at the end of last issue turns out to be none other than Merlin the Magician in disguise. As always, Etrigan is at the ready to maim his brother, but Merlin quickly justifies his presence by explaining to the Demon, Jason Blood, and Madame Xanadu what he […]

The Demon: Hell is Earth #2 Review cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor

The Demon- Hell is Earth #2 Review: Demonic Thunderdome

Death Valley lives up to its name. A massive smoke-black bubble has manifested around the zone after the nuclear blast. Demons are rising in the blast zone, and Etrigan is loose. However, Jason Blood has been able to project himself out of the Demon in a noncorporeal form. Can he keep Etrigan in check? To […]

Joseph Kahn Shares Images From His Failed Justice League Dark Pitch

Countless directors have pitched some of our favorite stories for adaptations and we’ll never know anything about them. Sometimes, we get a peak of those pitches though and this time it’s for Justice League Dark. Justice League Dark is one of those DC movies that has been floating around for years but director Joseph Kahn […]

The Demon: Hell is Earth #1 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Lee Loughridge

‘The Demon: Hell Is Earth’ #1 Review: Etrigan Is Back

Jason Blood, the immortal man forever bonded to Etrigan the Demon, has come to Death Valley with visions of a young girl burning before the Demon. He wants to know why he is seeing this and what it means for his future. In a nearby town, a sorceress arrives. Pieces start falling into place with […]

Deadman #1 cover by Neal Adams; Deadman review

Deadman #1 Review: Solid Art, But A Dense And Confusing Plot

Commissioner Gordon is inspecting a nuclear power plant in Gotham. Unfortunately, the assassin known as Hook, who killed Boston Brand, was hired to murder Gordon. Deadman is on the trail of the assassin, but can he save the Commissioner? There’s more to this plot, but, for the life of me, I had a pretty difficult […]