So everyone here we go with my second look at DC Universe Rebirth!
So – here’s the next part of my look back at The New 52! I’ve noticed that in the second volumes the quality really varies. Sometimes it absolutely shines – sometimes it doesn’t. I don’t know how fondly it will all be looked back on in years to come. It’s an event that really divided comic book fans. I still think there was a lot of interesting stuff though. I hope y’all enjoying this look back!
So. Let’s get into this…
To my buddies over at The Supernaughts! You’ve got a fantastic site and I LOVE what you do! Thanks for being a friend to The Man Who Saved Movies.
Can’t wait for our next collaboration! The Sleepy Hollow thing was a BLAST!
Here’s the scoop from THR!!! Continue reading Nightwing movie! YES!!!!
Many of my readers aren’t comic book fans. I’m really hoping I change that. I’m here to make a case for the medium. Continue reading The New 52! – Part 1
According to THR
Hmm. Must say I’m a little bit disappointed. I like Affleck as a director – and I loved him in Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice.
I really believed a Batman adventure with him both behind the camera and in front could’ve really been something special.
Oh well. He’s still writing, producing and starring as The Caped Crusader. So his expertise as a filmmaker will still inform the project.
Question is now – who’s going to direct? I’m thinking of Dennis Villeneuve. Could also be a good time for Justin Lin to step in?
This is a blow – but I’m still really looking forward to the film.
You guys got any suggestions?
Yep. Instead of being the antagonist in the upcoming Shazam! movie – Black Adam is striking out on his own. Continue reading Dwayne Johnson to headline solo “Black Adam” movie
According to Variety http://deadline.com/2017/01/green-lantern-corps-warner-bros-david-goyer-justin-rhodes-dc-1201884133/ Continue reading David Goyer writing Green Lantern Corps movie for DCEU
Robin Volume 2: Triumphant by Chuck Dixon, Tom Lyle and Bob Smith. Continue reading Robin Volume 2 Triumphant – TPB Review