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ABC Entertainment Prez: “Active Talks” to Bring Marvel Female Superhero to Series

While ABC‘s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. may be set to shuffle off the network’s programming coil after its upcoming seventh season, the network is looking to stay in the Marvel Television superhero business a little while longer. According to a report from Deadline Hollywood, the broadcaster is in “active talks” for a new Marvel series […]

"Paradox Girl": For the Girl Who is Everything

“Paradox Girl”: For the Girl Who is Everything

Paradox Girl is a superheroine whose power is time travel. She has done it so many times in her own timeline that she doesn’t even have a beginning or end any more. There are so many of her past and future selves littered about that they’re tripping over each other. She causes as much trouble […]

James Gunn's 'Brightburn' Asks: What if Clark Kent Grew Up Evil? [Review]

‘Brightburn’ Asks: What if Clark Kent Grew Up Evil? [Review]

Leave it to Guardians of the Galaxy’s James Gunn to produce a tight little thriller like ‘Brightburn‘. Written by James’ brother Mark and cousin Brian, they take the classic origin story of Clark Kent/Superman, and throw it into a spin that would make Quentin Tarantino proud. It’s wicked, graphically violent, and perfectly solid way to […]




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Constantine: City of Demons at NYCC

Some of the creative forces behind the new animated movie Constantine: City of Demons were on hand at NYCC to show some clips and talk about the film, which will be available on DVD and Blu Ray this Tuesday, October 9th. Peter Girardi, Executive Vice President at Warner, moderated the panel including producer Butch Lukic, […]

Legendary Pictures Has Greenlit a Superhero Heist Movie

When a genre becomes extremely popular it’s time for people to come in and start subverting it in various different ways. The superhero genre is, without a doubt, the biggest thing right now. So it’s time for subversion and this time it comes from Legendary Pictures. According to The Hollywood Reporter the studio has picked […]


Shadowhunters’ Alisha Wainwright, Newcomer Ja’Siah Young Join Netflix’s Sci-fi Series ‘Raising Dion’

Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments‘s Alisha Wainwright and newcomer Ja’Siah Young have been tapped to join Netflix‘s hour-long sci-fi family drama Raising Dion, joining previously cast Michael B. Jordan, Jason Ritter, and Jazmyn Simon. Based on video director Dennis Liu’s short film about an African-American single mother whose life takes a turn when she discovers her young son has multiple, […]

Raising Dion: Jazmyn Simon Joins Dennis Liu, Michael B. Jordan Superhero Family Drama Series

Ballers‘ Jazmyn Simon is testing out the streaming side of things, joining Michael B. Jordan and Jason Ritter in Netflix‘s hour-long sci-fi family drama Raising Dion. Based on video director Dennis Liu’s short film (which you can see below) about an African-American single mother whose life takes a turn when she discovers her young son has multiple, constantly […]

Black Panther Review

(Spoiler-Free) Black Panther Review: The Best Solo MCU Film Since Iron Man

Black Panther is one of those films is going to take a while before it can really be examined critically in a way that separates it from its point and time in history. Not unlike the deep and profound impact that Wonder Woman has had on the female audience, this one too will almost certainly […]

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Cosmo #2 Review: A Charming and Energetic Comic for Kids

The crew has been split up by the monsters on Earth’s moon, and they’re going to have to reunite in order to survive. Cosmo, Max, Oog, and Astra are on the ship, and Medulla, Orbi, and Jojo are in the middle of the park. If they survive long enough, they may just discover where these […]

Jessica Jones Season 2 Trailer Has Jessica Facing Old Demons

With about a month to go before the series’ second season premiere, Netflix has dropped a new trailer for Marvel’s Jessica Jones – where ghosts from Jessica’s (Krysten Ritter) past continue to wreck havoc on her present. Struggling to resist ever-present temptations while searching for the truth behind her family’s death and the origins of […]

James Gunn Responds to Jodie Foster’s Criticism of Superhero Movies

Oscar-winning actress Jodie Foster has opinions. Rightly so, most of the time, having navigated the tumultuous world of film (both in front of and behind the camera) for as long as she has. No, that isn’t a crack about her age, it’s an observation that maybe she knows what she’s talking about. That said, Foster has been […]

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Part 2- The Death of the Batman-Hater: Batman #36 Review

Batman and Superman are investigating missing radioactive material with their respective romantic partners. While doing so, those same romantic partners, Catwoman and Lois Lane, are attempting to convince the two of them to reconnect in light of Batman and Catwoman’s engagement. Neither Bruce or Clark are especially receptive to the idea, but circumstance may push […]

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Falcon #3 Review: Flawed but Still Very Compelling

The Falcon and the Patriot have been locked away by the mayor. That mayor soon reveals his identity as Blackheart. He makes Sam and Shaun an offer that they naturally deny, given that he’s a literal demon and all that. Doctor Voodoo returns to save our heroes, and the three are ready for round two […]

Bloodshot Salvation #4 Review: Decent but Cliched Tale of Two Brothers

We are given a history of the Scarred Man and his brother Danny. The two grew up on a farm with an abusive father who blames Danny for the death of his mother. The abuse continued to get worse and worse until Pete (the Scarred Man) comes up with a plan to make everything better […]

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The Flash #36 Review: Murder at Iron Heights

ry Allen returns to his job at Iron Heights to find that a murder has been committed. An inmate has been killed by an unknown assailant, and the Central City CSI has taken over the investigation. Unfortunately, it’s Iron Heights, so a majority of the inmates would easily be capable of something like this. Plus, […]

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Action Comics #993 Review: The Team-up I Asked For

Superman has used the Flash’s Cosmic Treadmill to return to the moment of Krypton’s destruction. Mr. Oz claims to be Jor-El, Kal-El’s deceased father, who got transported away from Krypton right before his death. Superman needs to know the truth. Upon his arrival, things start seeming wrong very quickly. Booster Gold arrives in the Justice […]