From the most problematic hero of all times to box office salvation? The most important superhero movie of our times is opening, and, as always, Wonder Woman is a lens for many people to air their own ideas about what is a hero, what is a woman, what is a hero woman and who can […]
Kyle digs into this week’s oversized offerings for both Wonder Woman and Trinity
In the critical world, it’s not exactly high praise to say Wonder Woman is Warner Bros. and DC’s best film in the recent line-up, given the poor reactions to both Batman v. Superman and Suicide Squad. So to get the obvious out of the way first: yes, Wonder Woman is the best, by far.
Soon almost 100,000, fans, media, developers, celebrities and their awful children will descend upon the Los Angeles Convention Center for three full days of video games. The Electronic Entertainment Expo is Shangri-La when it comes to video games. This year the trade show begins the process of opening those mythical doors to the general public […]
Last night saw the premiere of the latest DC Films big screen release, Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. As with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, creators who have had played a role in the character’s ongoing adventures were invited for the festivities. This morning, DC Entertainment released the […]
It’s worth noting, that Aquaman has quietly been one of the most enjoyable runs at DC right now. Under Dan Abnett, the series has taken a turn for the political in a way that’s fitting for the King of Atlantis, a comic where palace intrigue is just as likely as Arthur and Mera fighting ocean […]
Alex reviews the conclusion to Wonder Woman’s “The Truth” and the start to a new arc of Mother Panic
This Wednesday in Batgirl #11, the “Son of Penguin” arc reaches its dramatic conclusion! Ethan has it out for dear old daddy Cobblepot (shudder), and he’s assembled a mind-controlled mob to take the Penguin down. can Barbara free the minds of this murderous flash mob before it’s too late? Check out the Comics Beat’s exclusive preview […]
If Injustice: Gods Among Us was Mortal Kombat co-creator and DC superfan Ed Boon smashing his toys together as a child, then Injustice 2 is the teenage comic fan painting and posing all the figures on a glass shelf in his parent’s basement. A game so polished in mechanics and aesthetic it feels like a […]
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