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“The Boys”: Catch Butcher’s 8-Bit Beatdown of The Homelander Here [VIDEO]

As the clock continues ticking down (slowly) to the premiere of Amazon Prime Video‘s adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson‘s comic book series The Boys on July 26th, one silver lining we’re pulling out of the long wait with both hands? It’s giving us time to do some “homework” to get caught up on who the major players are and their […]

‘The Boys’: Making the Move from Comic Book to Screen [VIDEO]

The clock continues ticking down (a little too slowly for our liking, if we’re being completely honest) to the premiere of Amazon Prime Video‘s adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson‘s comic book series The Boys on July 26th. Now over the past few weeks, viewers have been treated to introductions to superhero team The Seven as well as anti-supes squad […]


Invincible: Steven Yeun, J.K. Simmons and More Join Amazon’s Animated Adaptation

Amazon Prime Video‘s eight-episode animated adaptation of Robert Kirkman‘s Skybound/Image comic book Invincible has just unveiled a pretty “super” voice cast for the series, with The Walking Dead‘s Steven Yeun and Counterpart’s J.K. Simmons set to lead an impressive line-up of talent. Originally announced in June 2018, the series is expected to premiere on the […]

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The Umbrella Academy’s Gerard Way, Gabriel Bá Talk Netflix Series, More Graphic Novels

With Netflix‘s series adaptation of Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá‘s graphic novel series The Umbrella Academy set to make its dysfunctional debut next month, the creators updated fans on how they coordinated storylines between the comics and the television series – and gave graphic novels fans an answer to how long they see the series running. In a recent […]


CW Arrowverse “Elseworlds” Promo Offers New Looks at The Monitor, Dr. Deegan

With the CW‘s three-night Arrowverse “Elseworlds” event only weeks away now (beginning with The Flash on Sunday, continuing with Arrow on Monday, December 10, and concluding with Supergirl on Tuesday, December 11), we’re getting a brand new teaser promo that gives us a look at Jeremy Davies‘ Arkham Asylum doctor John Deegan and LaMonica Garrett‘s Mar […]

Watchmen: Tim Blake Nelson Playing New Character Looking Glass, Calls Lindelof’s Tone “Absolutely Right”

With Damon Lindelof‘s authorized adaptation “remix” of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ classic 1986 DC Comics limited series Watchmen set to premiere on HBO in 2019, actor Tim Blake Nelson (O Brother Where Art Thou?) is sharing some important details on his role in the series. Speaking with Empire Podcast, Nelson revealed tht he would be playing Looking Glass, a character who does not […]



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Stargirl: Nickelodeon’s Brec Bassinger to Lead DC Universe Series

Warner Bros.Digital Networks and DC Entertainment didn’t have to look to the stars to cast the lead in their upcoming live-action Stargirl series – they just had to look to Nickelodeon. Actress Brec Bassinger (Bella & the Bulldogs) is set to play the cosmic character in the new DC Universe streaming service series. Stargirl creator Geoff Johns […]

The Boys EP/Showrunner Eric Kripke Talks Keeping Comic’s “Punk Rock Provocative” Tone

As work on Amazon Studios‘ adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson‘s comic book series The Boys  continues, we’re getting some new perspectives on the series from showrunner/co-writer/executive producer Eric Kripke (Supernatural, Timeless) in an interview with EW. Developed for series by Kripke, Kripke, Preacher‘s Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, and Sony Pictures TV, the modern twisted take on the world of superheroes boasts a […]

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Iceman #1 Review: A Very Welcome Return

Iceman is back and stopping Hell’s Kitchen from getting lit up by a madman with Molotov Cocktails! After finishing that, Bobby finds a missing persons poster for a Morlock. He takes it to Kitty, who says she’ll get him a team. The team ends up being just Bishop, but that’s enough. Bobby and Bishop go […]

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Infinity Wars #3 Review: What if Captain America but Also Doctor Strange?

Loki and Flowa arrive in the aftermath of the bloodbath perpetrated by Gamora on Earth. The Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy have been dispatched with ease by Gamora armed with the Infinity Stones. She is ready to slay Loki, but, in true Trickster God fashion, Loki Laufeyson talks his way out of death. […]

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Weapon X #23 Review: Deadpool is a Comic-Killer

Deadpool is working for Mentallo and attacks Weapon X. Sabretooth, Lady Deathstrike, Domino, Mystique, and Omega Red struggle to contain him. Deathstrike injects him with nanites to combat Mentallo’s control, but it turns out that Wade is working for money willingly. That means that Weapon X must take him down the old-fashioned way. Maybe Frail […]

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Nightwing #48 Review: The Motor Cycle Race of the Cosmos

Nightwing has gone to the Isle of Harm in Ireland. Once a year, an intergalactic motorcycle race takes place on the Isle of Harm, and the winner can go to the Pathway Altar. Here, someone can peer into all of time, space, and people. Nightwing aims to win this race to seek out where the […]

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Deathstroke #35 Review: Doubling Back on Some of the Boldness

Deathstroke and Batman have gravely wounded one another during their battle in the Batcave. They almost killed each other, and Alfred and Wintergreen want the rivalry to end. As such, they have set up a trap to incapacitate Slade and Bruce if they can’t cooperate to find their own way out of the cave. Meanwhile, […]

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Green Arrow #44 Review: The Past Crimes of Oliver Queen

Oliver Queen is on the run from the Citizen’s stirred-up hate mob. He narrowly escapes being killed. Green Arrow and Black Canary think they have a line on capturing the Citizen, but it turns out to be a dead end. Instead, the Citizen releases their next lineup of guilty parties for a social media pogrom, […]

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Green Lanterns #54 Review: The Wrath of Cyborg Superman

Green Lanterns Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, Jessica Cruz, Kyle Rayner, and Kilowog deliver the people of Penelo to a new world suited for the people. Guy believes that Simon is a traitor, and Hal is unsure. Of course, Jessica is unwilling to accept this. On Earth, Simon Baz believes he is freeing Superman from a […]