What happens when you take Batman out of his city and put him back in time with limited resources and five of Arkham’s fiercest criminals on the loose in feudal Japan? You get one of DC and Warner Brothers best-animated feature in a long time!!!
S.H. Figuarts tossed their name in the ring for the latest in DC Comics superhero action figures. The latest run is off of Novembers Justice League movie with Batman.
As 2017 comes to a close we take a look back at some of the great television shows that made their presence felt.
Batman is ready to give some justice.
Once again MAFEX is flexing their muscles with the DC Cinematic Universe License. This time they bring in the Harley Quinn in her party dress from the flashback scene in Suicide Squad.
The DC Cinematic License is in pretty good hands thanks to MAFEX. Their version of Deadshot from the Suicide Squad movie has a lot of awesome features.
The CW has cast Tyler Hoechlin as Superman for season 2 of Supergirl.
Legends aren’t born they are made!
The Warner Brothers Justice League film just added another HUGE actor to the roster–the uncanny Willem Dafoe.
Kotobukiya has always given fans quality sculpts and amazing details. The newest Arkham Knight series statues takes them to the next level of awesome.
In a world where studios are making shared universes with their products Gotham came across to most as too much too fast.
When I first saw the previews for Justice League: Gods and Monsters I was not that interested, but after watching the film it really changed my mind.
It is no secret that the DC Movie Universe will not run tandem with the DC TV Universe. That was made clear by the WB executives when the dates for the upcoming DC movie projects were announced.
Batman vs Robin, the follow up to the DC Animated feature Son of Batman, can be added to a short list of sequels that surpassed the first.
Starling City is missing a hero as Arrow returns to the CW from the winter break.