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Superman of Metropolis Should Not Have Ended In DC Future State Week Five

So, DC Future State week five was too massive for one week. Therefore, we’re making a special post just for Superman of Metropolis #2, which featured three epic endings we need to dive into. But […]

February 28, 2021
DC Future State Week Five Hits All the Right Notes…Mostly

This event is getting a bit overwhelming (as you can probably tell by this post’s lateness). We’re looking at DC Future State week five, which features a decent amount of stories. However, though it’s not […]

February 27, 2021
DC ComicsMovies
Ta-Nehisi Coates To Write New Superman Movie Produced By JJ Abrams

The DC Comics universe of stories is growing at quite a clip. The new series Superman & Lois just debuted, and it’s a gem of a show. Also, Zack Snyder’s Justice League is set to […]

February 26, 2021
DC Comics Editor Michelle Wells Moves To Tapas Media To Create Original Content

After numerous layoffs at DC Universe and DC Comics in late 2020, Michelle Wells became the interim Editor-in-Chief of the company. Wells moved up to the position from her former job as head of the […]

February 26, 2021
Loki Will Bring His Trickster Charm To Disney+ in June

Disney+ announced the release dates for several upcoming shows this week. And now we can officially put Loki on our calendar for a premiere date of June 11, 2021. The series will see Tom Hiddleston return […]

February 25, 2021
MarvelMoviesPop Culture
Spider-Man 3 Title Finally Revealed In Teaser With Star Trio

Last night, we thought we might have gotten the title for Spider-Man 3 via an Instagram post from star Tom Holland. Then his co-stars, Jacob Batalon and Zendaya each posted their own, different titles. A […]

February 24, 2021
Blue Beetle Movie Will Be the First with a Latinx Lead, Writer, and Director

From 2000’s X-Men through today, superhero films were mostly about white guys, even though there are plenty of diverse characters out there. However, when Black Panther, Captain Marvel, and Wonder Woman all made bank while […]

February 24, 2021
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Superman And Lois Series Premiere Kicks Off Great Start To New Era Of Stories

Superman has a long history on television, from the 1950s George Reeves show to the Smallville series finale ten years ago this May. Now, with the Superman & Lois series premiere, Kal-El returns to the […]

February 24, 2021
Gotham Future State Week Five is Small but Impressive.

So, we’re now past the halfway mark of DC Future State, and the week five Gotham titles mark five straight weeks of damn good comics. Sure, the Gotham side of the event doesn’t have as […]

February 23, 2021