Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is the perfect balm for anyone burned by one too many mediocre superhero movies, bringing to the big screen plenty of laughs and some unexpected but clever critiques of the superhero scene at large.
Justice League is sloppy. There’s so much that doesn’t work and looks bad. And yet somehow, the characters are charming and leave you wanting more.
This week we have instareviews for Batman Who Laughs #1, Rasputin: The Voice of The Dragon #1, Wonder Woman/Conan #3 and more!
Despite what the cover suggests, this Dark Knights Metal tie-in does not feature the Justice League fighting a giant Bat-tank. It’s far more awesome than that.
Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad? This should be a short fight, right? Wrong! Joshua Williamson spins a surprising tale to make this fight interesting.
Cyborg Rebirth #1 presents a mechanical story with cold, lifeless artwork as an introduction to a hero who should be more human than human.
Variety has reported that Victor Stone a.k.a. Cyborg has been cast in the Man of Steel sequel. The part has been handed to newcomer Ray Fisher, who has received praise for his stage work with his portrayal of Muhammad Ali in the production Fetch Clay, Make Man and was rumored for a lead in Star […]
Written by JEFF LEMIRE Art by MIKEL JANIN Colors by ULISES ARREOLA Letters by ROB LEIGH Justice League Dark (JLD) #9 introduces us to Jeff Lemire’s take on the alternative, magical side of the DCnU narrative. Given his successful history with Animal Man, Sweet Tooth, and Frankenstein, Lemire seems like a natural fit for the […]