The Shazam Review: Say My Name

By Nolan P. Smith He is one of the original superheroes, having made his first appearance back in the 1930s. He is on par for power with the likes of Superman and Wonder Woman, yet many are not familiar with the hero Shazam. The former Captain Marvel is not a household name, but after the release of the film, that […]

Dark Horse Comics and DC Universes Collide with Black Hammer/ Justice League

By Staff Reports Dark Horse Comics and DC Publishing present the ultimate superhero crossover event of 2019 in Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer of Justice! Black Hammer co-creator Jeff Lemire (Essex County, Descender, Green Arrow, Sweet Tooth) and artist Michael Walsh (Spider-Man, Star Wars) join forces to bring the heroes of Metropolis to the Black Hammer Farm!  Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer of […]

McFarlane Toys and DC Team Up to Create Collector Figures Starting in 2020

By Staff Reports Batman, Superman and the entire roster of DC’s iconic characters have a new place to hang up their capes and cowls. McFarlane Toys, an award-winning toy company, announced today they have entered into a three-year global licensing agreement with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC, to release DC Multiverse collector figures in both mass and […]

Aquaman Review: King of the Sea

By Nolan P. Smith DC Comics hasn’t had the best luck when it comes to their cinematic universe. From the confused Batman V Superman to the storied history behind the Justice League film, it has been hard to get their world started. Wonder Woman was amazing, so Aquaman had some high expectations to meet. How did one of the most […]

WonderCon 2018: Day One!

By Nolan P. Smith Photos by Nolan P. Smith WonderCon 2018 blew into Anaheim and the storm clouds subsided in Southern California. Yes, it is time once again for the Anaheim Convention Center to be taken over by pop culture greatness as WonderCon is back! One of the conventions planned by Comic-Con International, WonderCon boasts something for all. Comic books? […]

All-New “LEGO DC Super Heroes: The Flash!” coming 3/13/18 to Blu-ray/DVD from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

By Staff Reports The Flash’s world spins out of control when his arch-nemesis Reverse-Flash puts the Scarlet Speedster into a vicious time loop in LEGO DC Super Heroes: The Flash, the latest animated film from Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment and The LEGO Group. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will distribute the full-length movie on Blu-rayTM Combo Pack ($24.98 SRP) and […]

Batman: Gotham By Gaslight premiere 1/12/18 kicks off “DC in D.C.” weekend

By Staff Reports Get ready for “DC in D.C.” During the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend, Warner Bros. Television Group, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will team up for “DC in D.C.,” a landmark pop culture event that brings together the worlds of entertainment and public service to illuminate the story of America and current issues through […]

Doomsday Clock #1 Review: Time Keeps on Ticking

By Nolan P. Smith Back in 1986, the world was given a very different take on superheroes with The Watchmen. Dark, unexpected and riddled with mature themes and scenes, the Alan Moore/Dave Gibbons mini-series is one of the greatest graphic novels of all time. Now, fast forward to 2017, and it looks like The Watchmen are finally ready to debut […]

Green Lantern/Space Ghost Special #1 Review: Super Friends

Green Lantern and Space Ghost Light Up the Night of Deep Space By Nolan P. Smith When you take one of the Justice League’s big seven and one of Hanna-Babera’s most heroic beings, you are bound to get something fun. The Green Lantern/Space Ghost Special is the main book I have been looking forward to from the DC Comics/Hanna-Barbera collaboration. […]

The Wonder Woman Origin Trailer is Here!

DC Comic’s Wonder Woman Hits Theaters This June By Nolan P. Smith June cannot come soon enough. This summer, we finally get a full-fledged movie dedicated to one of DC Comic’s greatest heroes, Wonder Woman. Starring Gal Gadot as Diana, aka Wonder Woman, this film looks better and better every time new footage drops. Check out the latest trailer below, […]

Batman #15 Review: Ballad of a Dark Knight

The Rooftops story line comes to a close in a big way for Batman By Nolan P. Smith Last issue, we got a very different look at Batman’s nemesis/love interest Catwoman, and with the conclusion of the Rooftops story line, we get to see even more of the depth of Catwoman. Batman’s job was to turn Catwoman in for over […]

Batman #14 Review: Nine Lives Almost Up

A New Side to the Catwoman/Batman Relationship By Nolan P. Smith The entangled relationship between Batman and Catwoman has been going on for years and years. The love/hate relationship has been something fans have loved seeing, as one stands for the ultimate good in the world, and one doesn’t just walk the fine line, she dances on it. With Batman […]

Justice League Dark Trailer Makes Its Debut

The DC Universe goes dark with Justice League Dark By Nolan P. Smith This isn’t your dad’s Justice League. Constantine, Zatanna, Etrigan, Swamp Thing and more join the Dark Knight in the latest DC animated feature. This looks fantastic, bringing to life a version of the Justice League faction many may not be familiar with. Check out the trailer below, […]

Trinity #1 Review- Time to Breathe

DC Comic’s Trinity Sits at the Front of the Table By Nolan P. Smith The Rebirth event has been a complete success for DC Comics, cementing a slew of books to the top of the mountain. With Trinity, we get a series devoted to DC’s big three: Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. So what could the first issue of this […]

Gotham Mad City Episode 1 Review: Fowl Things

By Daniel Schwartz Contributing Guest Reporter When Gotham began in 2014, it had a rough start. With unlikable characters and a strangely evolving mob storyline, Gotham left many fans wanting for more. Come season 2, the fan’s patience with the show was rewarded. Bringing in characters such as Jerome, Hugo Strange and Azrael to wreak havoc across the city, the […]

Suicide Squad Review: Bring on the Bad Guys

Suicide Squad Aims to Launch the DC Universe to the Next Level- Does it? Review by Nolan P. Smith After Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, some fans and critics were just not satisfied with the result. We got a new, darker Batman, an amazing Wonder Woman, but still, many felt DC Comics and Warner Bros. just didn’t deliver. For […]

The Araca Group Launches Pop-Up Stores With Limited Edition Suicide Squad Merchandise in Movie Theaters

Get Your Exclusive Suicide Squad Merchandise While You Can By Staff Reports– Be one of the first to see the highly anticipated Warner Bros. Pictures film, Suicide Squad and experience why “it feels good to be bad” with limited edition Suicide Squad merchandise only available in movie theaters starting August 4th. The Araca Group, a renowned live entertainment merchandising company, […]

Watertower Music to Release the Music of DC Comics: Volume 2 Celebrating the Musical History of DC Comics from 1940 to 2016

Celebrate the Musical Landscape of DC Comics with this release By Staff Reports WaterTower Music announced today the July 15, 2016 release of The Music of DC Comics: Volume 2 on CD and Digital formats, with Double Vinyl coming soon.  A follow-up companion piece to 2010’s critically acclaimed The Music of DC Comics: 75th Anniversary Collection, Volume 2 of the […]

The Flash #1 Review: Lightning Strikes Twice

By Nolan P. Smith With the Rebirth special being outstanding, the Scarlett Speedster now runs into a brand new series, and if this issue is any indication, then The Flash is ready to win the race before it even began. From writer Joshua Williamson and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico, this issue focuses on a main plot that has circled the […]

Wonder Woman #1 Review: A New Way Home

By Nolan P. Smith As her Rebirth Special laid the groundwork, this beginning to the new series starring Wonder Woman shows the Amazonian Princess trying to sort through her past to see what’s real and what isn’t, which leads her down a path to a very familiar face. Greg Rucka and Liam Sharp deliver an outstanding debut issue here: not […]